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date: 29 October 2020

Perlman, Helen Harrislocked

(1905–2004)
  • Kenneth S. CarpenterKenneth S. CarpenterNASW Foundation, Washington, DC

Summary

Helen Harris Perlman (1905–2004) was a caseworker for the Chicago Jewish Service Bureau and joined the faculty of the School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago, in 1945. Her textbook Social Casework: A Problem Solving Process is still used.

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  • Social Work

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