Three more great interviews from this year’s JSWEConference. Such a rich vein of content. I hope you enjoy them.
Today’s interviews include Juliet Koprowska , Senior Lecturer in Social Work at York University talking about exploring the use of self, revealed through examination of real social work encounters.
Sam Baeza, from the University of Chichester whose session “swimming with sharks” examines what social workers experience when assessing families where sexual abuse is the primary factor. He also continues to work as an independent assessor of sexual offenders.
Jane McLenachan, head of Social Work and Health at De Montfort University looks at the public perceptions of thresholds for abuse within Child Safeguarding and Domestic violence.
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