Cultural Competence in Process and Practice: Building Bridges


Now more than ever, the populations social workers must be trained to work with represent the broadest spectrum of humanity -- in ethnicity, culture, race, religion, worldview, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and in life experiences. This text will prepare students to work with any population they will encounter in their professional career. It's divided into 3 parts; Unit 1 covers social work processes, Unit 2 contains student case examples, and unit 3 contains student exercises.

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