What social workers need to know a psychoanalytic approach marion bower robin solomon social worker social work deals with the heavy end of human difficulties such as cruelty self destructiveness and severe and enduring mental health problems how do social workers make sense of the emotional . It provides a psychoanalytic framework for understanding circumstances which may be puzzling stressful or frightening and a theory whose value for many social work problems is well underpinned by research evidence. A psychodynamic theory is a theory that explains human behavior and human motivation in terms both of conscious and unconscious forces and the interplay between these although many different psychodynamic theories exist they all emphasize unconscious motives and desires as well as the importance . Because social workers are likely to have a more expanded role within organized psychoanalysis than previously it seems timely to consider the numerous challenges and opportunities ahead with respect to social workers impact on the practice of psychoanalysis. In stock plus shipping from seller antiquarian marion bower books social and cultural studies what social workers need to know a psychoanalytic approach social work deals with the heavy end of human difficulties such as cruelty self destructiveness and severe and enduring mental health problems how do social workers make sense of the emotional difficulties which come with the realities
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