Children and Families: A Social Work Practice Perspective
Tamika Baldwin-Clark, PhD, LCSW-S, LCDC, Beverly A Spears, Ph.D., MSW
This textbook seeks to introduce and elaborate on a few of the variety of significant topics in the child welfare field, including substance use and mental health, teenage parenting, and military families. This book can be used as a starting point for broadening one’s horizons in this specialization. It offers a global perspective to help professionals find and create better solutions and further advancements for the challenges presented in social work. Furthermore, self-care, a topic often discussed with clients, is discussed from a social worker's perspective, to explore ways to prevent burn-out.
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