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Reflective Practice in Social Work By Christine Knott

Reflective Practice in Social Work by Christine Knott

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This book will help degree students and those undertaking PQ study to develop a more reflective approach to all aspects of their social work practice.

Reflective Practice in Social Work Summary

Reflective Practice in Social Work by Christine Knott

Reflective practice is a key learning and development process on social work courses. This book looks at the concept of reflection and reflective social work practice from a more critical stance than previous texts and in accessible ways involving case material and practical tasks. Divided into two parts, the main section of the book will examine some of the more difficult and radical applications of the concept - for example emotionally intelligent workers, dangerousness, men in social work and inter-professional leadership. The final section will explore how a reflective approach to practice can be maintained and enhanced in the workplace.

Reflective Practice in Social Work Reviews

"This books presents a very comprehensive and focussed approach to reflective practice in various forms and at various levels. The skill of reflection is crucial and permeates all levels of Social Work practice. The book will therefore be an invaluable resource to students at all levels of training." Lecturer - Brunel University

About Christine Knott

Christine Knott is a former Head of the School of Social Studies at the University of Chichester. She has been involved in social work and social work education for many years, including establishing the Diploma in Social Work at Chichester in 1990. Christine is now retired. Terry Scragg is an Independent Practice Educator and was formerly Principal Lecturer in Social Work, University of Chichester.

Table of Contents

PART ONE: What is Reflective Practice? Reflective Practice Revisited Getting Started PART TWO: Developing the Reflective Practitioner Reflecting on Emotion in Social Work Reflection as a Catalyst for Change Listening to Carers and Service users Reflection and Avoiding Professional Dangerousness Gender and Reflective Practice Reflective Practice on Placement PART THREE: Maintaining Reflective Practice Working With Your Manager Relective Practice for Collaborative Working

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Reflective Practice in Social Work by Christine Knott
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SAGE Publications Ltd
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