Principles of practice by principal Social Workers

Moore, Tanya (2023) Principles of practice by principal Social Workers. Critical Publishing, St Albans. ISBN 9781915080950

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A must-have text for social work students and practitioners which draws on the extensive years of experience of Principal Social Workers to shed light on contemporary issues. Principal Social Workers are highly skilled and experienced professionals who lead and support social work practice and develop new social workers and social care practitioners. They are senior managers but also remain actively involved with frontline practice so they can report on the views and experiences of practitioners at all levels. Their experience and knowledge is a hitherto untapped goldmine. This book draws upon the years of experience that are represented within the role and gives a voice to the experience of PSWs. Accessible and accurate, these chapters discuss contemporary practice issues such as sustainability, poverty and racism. Common to all the chapters is the central position of the relationship in social work practice. This book will give food for thought to any social worker or social work care practitioner. This book offers a refreshing and accessible take on contemporary practice issues. Presented in an accessible style, each chapter displays an area of practice that has personal resonance for the author. It encourage critical thinking by taking a broader concept and asking the reader 'what does this mean for social work practice?'

Item Type: Book
Subjects: Social Welfare > Social Welfare Personnel
Social Welfare > Social Services
Social Welfare > Social Work
Department/People: Children, Young Adult and Family Services

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