An A-Z of Social Work Skills
- Michaela Rogers - The University of Sheffield, UK
- Dan Allen - Manchester Metropolitan University
A-Zs in Social Work Series
Designed for both students and newly-qualified social workers, this book will introduce you to over 60 key skills in a concise and no-nonsense way. You can test your knowledge and how to apply each skill in practice with Skills in Action, Stop-Reflect and Top Tips boxes.
This book summarizes all social work skills relevant to social work practice. It is also easy to comprehend from our students, as authors are straight to the point and they offer very useful tips and examples in this book. There are also very useful links to associated theories, and there is suggestion for further reading under each content. This book has been included in my reading list as well as my teaching sessions.
Clear and Concise information for undergraduate social work students
it is a very good book that enlists essential social work skills. The book is very practical for social work students.
Definitely recommend this book for social work
Very interesting book, but found content was not commensurate with program needs and students we are teaching - needed a far more generic text