This book has explored the critical, symbiotic nature of the relationship between the disciplines of social work and psychology and is designed to help practice. There are many textbooks which give much greater detail about psychology in its various manifestations and it is hoped that readers, inspired by the insights of this book, will delve deeper into such works. The need to share knowledge and insights between social work and psychology is essential and there is much that the disciplines of social work and psychology can learn from each other in respect of best practice with children, young people and their families.
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