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Agi O'Hara, Zita Weber and Kathy Levine

Skills for Human Service Practice: Working with Individuals, Groups, and Communities, Canadian edition
ISBN 13: 9780195430103

About the Book

Skills for Human Service Practice: Working with Individuals, Groups, and Communities can be used as a core text for courses in social work practice or as a supplementary text for introduction to social work courses offered at the second- through third-year undergraduate level. This text covers contemporary practice skills used in social work and other human service professions across a variety of contexts. Many texts take a theory-based approach, but the 'how' of social work practice is just as important as the 'why'. By contrast, Skills for Human Service Practice integrates theory and practical skills throughout, with an emphasis on skills. It offers students a wealth of examples and activities, and helps to build real-world skills for their future careers as social workers.

Readership : A core text for courses in social work practice or a supplementary text for introduction to social work courses offered at the second- through third-year undergraduate level.

 


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