Critical best practice (CBP) perspectives offer ways in which practice interventions can be understood as indivisible from theoretical perspectives. All of the chapters in this book demonstrate elements of this theory-practice integration. In Part I the chapters highlighted various theoretical perspectives that are useful in taking a ‘critical’ position in social work and conceptualising best practice, while outlining the very practice that was ‘critically best’. The book now moves to Part II to build on that by considering CBP firmly from the vantage point of social work interventions and interactions, with theory brought into support the analysis.
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