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Social workers spend a great deal of time in discussing their role—more, perhaps, than does any other profession. Perhaps this is an indication of the marginal position still occupied by social workers and of their inability so far to define clearly a more satisfying role for themselves. This...
Group therapy is assuming considerable popularity in the field of alcoholism as in other mental health areas. Its efficacy in the treatment of alcoholism has not been well established, but many therapists believe it holds the most promise.
A review of the children who soil and whose parents were referred over the past seven years to the writer for social casework assistance with the management of these children revealed a wide range of parent-child relationships, varying from simple situations to some which were very complex. It...
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