Social work practice is bounded on all sides by obligations –ethical, practical, organisational and legal. Usually, these obligations are invisible, only becoming apparent when the boundaries are transgressed or tested. Even when they are visible they are often fuzzy, poorly defined and filtered through the layperson’s misguided conviction of the certainty of the law.
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