Relationship-Based Social Work, Second Edition: Getting to the Heart of Practice Gillian Ruch, Danielle Turney, Adrian Ward, David Howe, Ravi Kohli
Publisher: Kingsley, Jessica Publishers
Relationship-Based Social Work: Getting to the Heart of Practice - Kindle edition by Gillian Ruch, Adrian Ward, Danielle Turney, Martin Smith, Mark Doel, Andrew Cooper, John Simmonds, Robin Solomon, Ravi Kohli, Brynna Kroll, Linnet McMahon, Clare Parkinson. This comprehensive guide torelationship-based practice in social work communicates the theory using illustrative case studies and offers a model for practice. It is always enriching to see theory and practice in close conversation which this timely book offers - and does so well. In:Relationship-based social work: Getting to the heart of practice. Ruch, Gillian and Julkenen, Ilse (2016) Gettingto the heart of relationships in social work research in practice. Solomon, Robin (2010) Working with endings in relationship-based practice. Relationship-Based Social Work, Paperback. Buy Relationship-based Social Work by Gillian Ruch (ISBN: 9781849050036) from Amazon's Book Store. Turney, Danielle and Ruch, Gillian (2015) Thinking about thinking after Munro: the contribution of cognitive interviewing to child-care social work supervision and decision-making practices. Everyday Relationship-Based Social Work, SecondEdition: Getting to the Heart of Practice Relationship-Based Social Work is quite refreshing and unlike many of the theory and practice books I have read recently. Full text not yet available from this repository. Read the extract below 'Relationship based practice-some fundamental principles', from Social Work: An Introduction to Contemporary Practice (Wilson et al. This unique UK-Finnish collaboration is an exciting contribution to our understanding of relationships in social work practice research .