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Social Work Reclaimed

Innovative Frameworks for Child and Family Social Work Practice
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ISBN-13:
9781849052023
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
15.11.2011
Seiten:
176
Gewicht:
264 g
Format:
153x231x12 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Reclaim Social Work (RSW) is the innovative model of children's social work pioneered by the London Borough of Hackney. This book sets out what RSW is, how it was set up, and the theory and evidence base underlying it. Chapters written by RSW social workers outline the methodological approaches used and demonstrate how it works in practice.
Foreword. Eileen Munro. Introduction. Isabelle Trowler and Steve Goodman, Morning Lane Associates, UK. 2. A Systems Methodology for Child and Family Social Work. Isabelle Trowler and Steve Goodman. 3. Systemic Practice in a Risk Management Context. Nick Pendry, Institute of Family Therapy, London and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, NHS Trust, London. 4. Behavioural-based Interventions: Social Learning Theory. Stewart McCafferty, The Attachment Practice. 5. Stories Lived, Stories Told: Using a Systemic Approach to Case Recording in the Social Work Unit. Julie Rooke, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. 6. Preconditions: Structure, Continuity and Momentum. Karen Schiltroth, London Borough of Hackney, Children and Young People's Services. 7. Working with People in Transition. Timo Dobrowolski, London Borough of Hackney, Children and Young People's Services. 8. The Centrality of Relationships. Karen Gaughan and Sonya Kalyniak, London Borough of Hackney Leaving Care Service. 9. Liberated Thinking within a Social Work Unit. Rick Mason, London Borough of Hackney, Children and Young People's Services. 10. Helping People Move Beyond Their Own Histories. Martin Purbrick, independent social work consultant. 11. Seen and Heard: The Unfolding Story of Reclaiming Social Work Through the Eyes of a Children's Practitioner. Charlie Clayton, London Borough of Hackney, Children and Young People's Services. 12. Conclusion and Reflections on Our Journey. Isabelle Trowler and Steve Goodman. List of Contributors. Index.
Reclaim Social Work (RSW) is the innovative model of children's social work pioneered by the London Borough of Hackney. This book sets out what RSW is, how it was set up, and the theory and evidence base underlying it. Chapters written by RSW social workers outline the methodological approaches used and demonstrate how it works in practice.