Supervision in Social Work

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Columbia University Press, 2002 - Social Science - 576 pages

The book provides an overview of the art of social work supervision. It is designed to help the reader understand the place of supervision in the social agency, the functions that it performs, the process of supervision, and the problems with which it is currently concerned. It is intended to provide the knowledge base that is a necessary prerequisite to learning how to supervise. Now fully updated, this new edition inlcudes a wealth of new information on working with minorities and dealing with cultural diversity.

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About the author (2002)

Alfred Kadushin was the Julia C. Lathrop Distinguished Professor of Social Work Emeritus at the School of Social Work at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He was the author of Consultation in Social Work, The Social Work Interview, Adopting Older Children, and, with Judith A. Martin, Child Abuse: An Interactional Event, all published by Columbia University Press. Dr. Kadushin passed away in February of 2014. Daniel Harkness is a licensed clinical social worker and an associate professor in the School of Social Work at Boise State University.

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