The first edition of Applied Psychology for Social Workers appeared more than twenty years ago in 1984. Since then there have been many changes both in social work organisation, training and delivery and in psychology as an academic and applied discipline. However, as highlighted by the extract above, the challenges underlying the practice of social work remain the same even if the context, process and structures are different. Social workers work with people. That means that a working knowledge of psychology is vital.
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