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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Helen Donnellan; Gordon Jack
|Description:||224 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Preface. Introduction. Section I. Thud! Professional Status. 1. Developing a Professional Orientation. 2. Transitional Change. 3. Getting Started and What Helps. Section II. Warming Up. 4. Induction. 5. Roles and Tasks. 6. Job Demands and Time Management. Section III. Jumping the Hurdles. 7. Dealing with Stress, Emotion and Exhaustion. 8. Finding Support from a Range of Sources. 9. Taking Part in Supervision. Section IV: Going the Distance. 10. Working in a Satisfying Climate. 11. Building on Reflexive Practice and Analysis. 12. Moving Forward - Promotion and Progression. References. Index|
|Responsibility:||Helen Donnellan and Gordon Jack.|
The concept of 'hitting the ground running', the subtitle of this book, probably strikes a familiar chord with most newly qualified children and families' social workers... I would certainly