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Psychoanalytic theory for social work practice.

Author: Marion Bower
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2005.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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It gives me great pleasure to write a preface for this book, which I hope will make asignificant contribution to the further development of social work in Britain and othercountries. The book is published at an important moment in the history of the social workprofession in Britain. For the first time social care workers are now part of a registeredprofession. In past decades the question of professional  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marion Bower
ISBN: 9780203341155 0203341155
OCLC Number: 437059307
Description: 1 online resource (250 pages)
Contents: Book Cover; Half-Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; References; Preface; How to Use This Book; Acknowledgements; 1. Psychoanalytic Theories for Social Work Practice; 2. Psychoanalytic Research in the Era of Evidence-Based Practice; 3. Racist States of Mind: An Attack on Thinking and Curiosity; 4. Observation in Social Work Practice; 5. 'Thinking In and Out of the Frame'; Applying Systemic Ideas to Social Work with Children; 6. Individual Brief Psychotherapy with Sexually Abused Girls and Parallel Support Work with Parents and Carers; 7. Double Deprivation. 8. Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Emotional Problems Facing Parents of Children with Learning Disabilities9. The Court, the Couple and the Consultant: Is there Room for a Third Position?; 10. Dangerous Cocktails: Drugs and Alcohol within the Family; 11. Working with Borderline Personality Disorder; 12. Working with Families Who See Help as the Problem; 13. Re-Enactment as an Unwitting Professional Response to Family Dynamics; 14.

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It gives me great pleasure to write a preface for this book, which I hope will make asignificant contribution to the further development of social work in Britain and othercountries. The book is published at an important moment in the history of the social workprofession in Britain. For the first time social care workers are now part of a registeredprofession. In past decades the question of professional registration was often a subject ofheated debate between those who were convinced of its need if social work was toestablish itself within the multidisciplinary professional field, and those w.

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