Boundary Spanning: An Ecological Reinterpretation of Social Work Practice in Health and Mental Health Systems

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This book includes critical information regarding the systems and organizations in which social workers practice; the nature of the relationship between social workers and clients/consumers/communities; planning, contracting, and strategizing functions; intervention techniques using advocacy, brief work, case management, and group work; and evaluation.

Boundary Spanning: An Ecological Reinterpretation of Social Work Practice in Health and Mental Health Systems 2001, Columbia University Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9780231110365

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