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date: 05 December 2020

Children: Practice Interventionslocked

  • Anthony N. MaluccioAnthony N. MaluccioUniversity of Connecticut, Emeritus

Summary

Social work has a long tradition of direct practice with children in a range of settings, such as child welfare, child guidance, hospitals, schools, and neighborhood centers. This entry focuses on general principles and strategies for direct social work practice with preadolescents and, to a lesser extent, their families, within an eclectic conceptual framework.

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