An A-Z of Social Work Theory
A-Zs in Social Work Series
Puzzled by terminology, skills, law, or theory? Revising for your placement or exam? Then look no further! This series of concise and easy-to-use A-Zs will be your guide.
Designed for both students and newly-qualified social workers, this book will introduce you to over 350 key theories, theorists and concepts in a concise and no-nonsense way. Careful cross-referencing will help you make important connections, while selected further reading will provide you with a springboard to further learning.
I found this book particularly useful for a starting point for further research into specific areas that I was being faced with in my day-to-day practice as a Student Social Worker. I also enjoyed the theory element of this book as it supported me in completing various assignments where Theory was required to be utilised throughout. This book has supported me through my first year as a Student and I will continue to refer to this during the duration of the course.
the book covers essential social work theories.
it is good for social work students.
This book is really useful for Practice Educators in supervision sessions, as well as being useful for students when prepping for first year academic work, or portfolio reflections and analysis.
Brilliant book on theories would highly recommend
A great easy to read A-Z of social work theory with brief descriptions of key terminology. Useful links to further reading throughout the book.
This book introduces SW students to a wealth of theory, covering a very broad approach. This encourages students to think widely about what theory is relevant to their practice on Placement. The format means that they can dip into it and then follow up the references and recommended reading.