Successful Family Reunification: The Contribution of Social Work Theory in the Provision of Services and Decisionmaking

@inproceedings{Talbot2007SuccessfulFR,
  title={Successful Family Reunification: The Contribution of Social Work Theory in the Provision of Services and Decisionmaking},
  author={Elizabeth Beatrice Peffer Talbot},
  year={2007}
}
Masters’-level social work practitioners in child welfare practice discussed their work with successfully reunified families. The majority used theory and found it helpful in conducting ongoing casework and making decisions in the complex area of family reunification. Social work theory, specifically the Life Model and the ProblemSolving Model, provided language to describe and document change and the conditions under which reunification may be justified. Data from the social workers… CONTINUE READING

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