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Title   101 Social Work Clinical Techniques 

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Author   TURNER Francis / ROWE William  ISBN   9780195300543  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Oxford University Press  Group   Sci/Hum. View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Sociology  Terms and conditions
Edition   1 Type   Social Work Go back
Publication Year   2013 
Subject   Social welfare & social services 
Stock Status   Currently in stock 
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Synopsis The purpose of the book is to enhance the concept of Technique in the teaching and practice of Social Work. Over the years Technique has not been stressed as a part of practice even though the actual practice of Social Work consists of the utilisation of techniques in addition to theory and the process of assessment and diagnosis.The book seeks to achieve its goal in four ways. It addresses the way the concept of Technique has or has not been used over the years. It addresses the need for a clear definition of technique. It analysis the qualities that Technique should have at this point in our history of clinical practice. It then formulates and presents a definition of technique for our thesis based on this definition. It then presents a brief discussion of 101 Techniques discussed in contemporary literature bydiscussing each one's place in practice a bit about its history and necessary knowledge skills to use responsibly. It addresses the latter by grouping a level of risk involved in its utilisation.

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