Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. James G. Barber
    Pages 15-28
  3. James G. Barber
    Pages 29-41
  4. James G. Barber
    Pages 61-77
  5. James G. Barber
    Pages 78-99
  6. James G. Barber
    Pages 122-137
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 138-151

About this book


This book outlines a practice model which gives expression to the social work perspective on human problems. It shows what practical steps social workers can take to involve their clients in the struggle for social change. It is an approach which looks first to small, tangible gains that can lay the foundation for an expanded change agenda as clients gain in confidence and experience.


empowerment psychology social work

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