Written primarily for practitioners and students of social work and the personal social services, the series is also relevant to those working in the allied fields of health, education, and other public services. The collaborative effort of social work academics, practitioners, and managers are represented and in addition to considering theoretical debates, the texts are firmly rooted in practice issues.
By John B Burnham
September 18, 1986
Family therapy is a rapidly expanding field. This book introduces a range of concepts, skills and applications from a systemic approach. The first part sets out the theory and examines relationship types, the family life cycle, interactional sequences and different models of change. The next ...
By Steven Shardlow
November 17, 1989
First published in 1989. Current changes in social work practice pose moral and political dilemmas for practitioners,students, social work educators and policy makers alike. The contributors to The Values of Change in Social Work, all experienced and eminent social work practitioners and social ...
By Adrian James
August 31, 1986
The A3 process is a way to look with new eyes at a specific problem identified by direct observation or experience. It offers a structure that begins by always defining the issue through the eyes of the customer.In A3 Problem Solving for Healthcare Cindy Jimmerson explains an essential tool ...