Task-Centred Social Work Paperback / softback
by Mark Doel, Peter Marsh
Task-centred practice is a forward thinking, goal-orientated approach to social work.
It is a practice-based approach built on research which reflects the new mood being developed in the social work field, and it has now been successfully used in a wide variety of settings and circumstances. The theme of Task-Centred Social Work is partnership; exploring the principles on which task-centred practice is based, while offering clear and practical guidance for work, whether with people who seek help with social problems, or with those who are 'involuntary clients'.
The book describes in detail the sequence of work to help clients move from present problems to future goals.
This is illustrated by a case study which runs through the chapters and uses an imaginative recording style.
Checklists and bibliographies are also used to aid understanding.
The authors respond to the model's critics and explore both the scope and the limitations of the task-centred practice. Social professionals, whether working in practice or in training settings will find this book an invaluable aid to the development of successful social practice work.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 160 pages
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 12/03/1992
- Category: Social work
- ISBN: 9781857420708
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