2 edition of Counselling and social welfare. found in the catalog.
Counselling and social welfare.
Wallis, J. H.
Written in English
Counseling psychology is a psychological specialty that encompasses research and applied work in several broad domains: counseling process and outcome; supervision and training; career ICDCM: 'Although it is often said that social workers are not counsellors, as this wonderful book shows social work uses counselling skills all the time. The book is an absolute goldmine of theoretical and practical Author: Hilda Loughran.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. # in Social Services & Welfare Cited by: This well written text is both comprehensive and yet concise, thus making it readily accessible to all.
It will help students to understand and become familiar with a wide range of the counselling tools necessary Cited by: 1. Social work is perennially in the public eye, and interest in counselling has never been greater.
But these activities are changing rapidly in response to new needs and resource limitations, and their complexity is not easy to grasp even by those involved. This book. This book offers students and experienced practitioners alike the opportunity to explore a range of visions, strategies and concrete skills for anti-racist and anti-oppressive child welfare.
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