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|Title:||Some Thoughts on the Relevance of D. W. Winnicott for Present Day Social Work Practice with Adults|
|Authors:||Dwyer, Sandra M.|
|Publisher:||Routledge (Taylor & Francis)|
|Citation:||Journal of Social Work Practice, 2006, 20(1), pp. 83-89.|
|Abstract:||The work of D. W. Winnicott is of topical relevance and value to current social work students who are learning to work with adult service users. Winnicott's theories and ideas on essential matters like reliability and proper listening are raised, together with issues of ambivalence, and some implications for inter‐professional practice. Winnicott is clear, accessible and meaningful in practice terms, which is what social work students crave.|
|Rights:||© GAPS 2006|
|Description:||Full text currently not available from the LRA.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Medical and Social Care Education|
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