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Working with Involuntary Clients A Guide to Practice by Chris Trotter

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Published by Sage Publications Ltd .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Social Work,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Sociology,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Social Science / Social Work,
  • Human Resources & Personnel Management

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8433485M
ISBN 101412918804
ISBN 109781412918800

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For close to two decades, Strategies for Work with Involuntary Clients has led in its honest analysis of the involuntary transaction, suggesting the kind of effective legal and ethical intervention that can lead to more cooperative encounters, successful contracts, and less burnout on both sides of the treatment relationship. For this second Cited by:   Working with Involuntary Clients has been the "go-to" book for practitioners faced with that challenge. This new edition retains the key strength of its predecessors - it insists on clarity, on evidence and on usefulness - but it also adds new material on developing theoretical and practical approaches, making it an even more indispensable 3/5(1).   Working with Involuntary Clients is a practical guide to working with both the clients and their families. Chris Trotter's pro-social model offers a way to work in partnership with involuntary clients. The model emphasises clarifying roles, promoting pro-social values, dealing with issues of authority and establishing goals. Read this book on Questia. A fully revised second edition of this widely used practical guide for social workers and welfare workers with statutory clients in probation, .

Throughout the book the focus is on direct practice with guidance on clarifying roles, promoting pro-social values, dealing with issues of authority and establishing goals based on integrated, systematic and evidence-based approaches. Illustrated throughout with case examples, Working with Involuntary Clients has established itself as an.   This book provides a practical guide to effectively working with individuals and their families in such areas as corrective services, child protection, mental health and residential care. Chris Trotter's pro-social model shows how it is possible to work in partnership with involuntary clients and reconcile the two sometimes conflicting aspects.   The first three chapters of the book cover essential good practice with involuntary clients, picked up again in more depth within later chapters, such as role clarification, use of humour, self-disclosure, collaborative working and the danger of over-optimism within professional by: 2. Working with Involuntary Clients has been the 'go-to' book for practitioners faced with that challenge. This new edition retains the key strength of its predecessors - it insists on clarity, on evidence and on usefulness - but it also adds new material on developing theoretical and practical approaches, making it an even more indispensable.