Author(s): Clark & Wilson, Osmond Tilbury
Intended for courses in social work and human services, along with beginning practitioners on the frontline of child protection and family support.
Good Practice in Child Protection conveys an understanding of the realities and complexities of direct practice with vulnerable children and families in the Australian context. It offers practitioners, educators and students a clear, coherent, informative and comprehensive guide to the key areas of knowledge and skills essential for this domain of practice.
The text draws on evidence-based practice, dealing with complex intersystem issues such as mental health and domestic violence, the over-representation of Indigenous children and coping with workload demands.