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Reflective Practice in Social Work [electronic resource].

By: Knott, Christine.
Contributor(s): Scragg, Terry.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Exeter : Learning Matters Ltd., 2010Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (177 p.).ISBN: 9780857255365 (electronic bk.); 0857255363 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Reflection (Philosophy) | Social service -- Philosophy | Social service -- Practice | Social service -- Psychological aspects | Social Science | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Social WorkGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Reflective Practice in Social WorkDDC classification: 361.32 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Editors and contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part One: What is reflective practice?; 1 Reflective practice revisited; 2 Getting started; Part Two: Developing the reflective practitioner; 3 Reflecting on emotion in social work; 4 Reflection as a catalyst for change; 5 Listening to carers and service users; 6 Reflection and avoiding professional dangerousness; 7 Gender and reflective practice; 8 Reflective practice on placement; Part Three: Maintaining reflective practice; 9 Working with your manager.
Summary: This book helps build reflective practice skills vital to good social work practice.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Editors and contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part One: What is reflective practice?; 1 Reflective practice revisited; 2 Getting started; Part Two: Developing the reflective practitioner; 3 Reflecting on emotion in social work; 4 Reflection as a catalyst for change; 5 Listening to carers and service users; 6 Reflection and avoiding professional dangerousness; 7 Gender and reflective practice; 8 Reflective practice on placement; Part Three: Maintaining reflective practice; 9 Working with your manager.

This book helps build reflective practice skills vital to good social work practice.

Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Editors and contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part One: What is reflective practice?; 1 Reflective practice revisited; 2 Getting started; Part Two: Developing the reflective practitioner; 3 Reflecting on emotion in social work; 4 Reflection as a catalyst for change; 5 Listening to carers and service users; 6 Reflection and avoiding professional dangerousness; 7 Gender and reflective practice; 8 Reflective practice on placement; Part Three: Maintaining reflective practice; 9 Working with your manager.

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