Communication in Social Work by Joyce Lishman
(British Association of Social Workers (BASW) Practical Social Work)

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Using knowledge of communication skills from different sources (studies of chat perception, social psychology, evaulation research and practice theory), this volume introduces and examines the non-verbal, symbolic, verbal, and written communication skills required for social work practice in all settings. It then applies this basic knowledge and understanding to different purposes of social work - relationship building and maintaining, listening, giving information and advice, making a contract and intervention to help clients problem-solve or change attitudes or behaviour. Joyce Lishman is the editor of "Research Highlights in Social Work" series.
 

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Published January 21, 1994 by Palgrave Macmillan. 168 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference.