Building Effective Helping Skills: The Foundation of Generalist Practice
This book provides readers with critical skills for effective social work practice, utilizing frameworks for organizing and understanding the skills. The book focuses on skill clusters and uses a response systems framework for developing specific helping skills. It provides readers with the formulae, tools, and strategies they need to build and improve these skills. It is divided into four main skill areas: developing the professional self, developing the working relationship, developing an accurate understanding, and responding in a manner that promotes goal accomplishment. Each section provides readers with the critical skills needed for effective practice. Case illustrations and case-based exercises help readers to understand and practice the application of the various skills. Designed for those interested in Social Work.
Specifications of Building Effective Helping Skills: The Foundation of Generalist Practice
|Author||D. Mark Ragg|
|Number Of Pages||320|
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