The Strengths perspective in social work practice
The Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice presents an unrivaled collection of essays that explain the strengths-based philosophy, demonstrate how it works, and provide clear and practical tools for its application. KEY TOPICS: Eco-systems approach to strengths-based social work practice with individuals, families, communities and organizations. Students and practitioners of Social Work who want to improve their understanding and ability to employ a strengths-based approach.
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Power in the People
Building a Strengths Perspective for Social Work
Contrasting Views of Clients
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