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Publishing with a purpose

Steve Myers

Steve Myers is Director of Social Sciences at the University of Salford, UK. He is a qualified and registered Social Worker and has taught on health and social care/work programmes for the previous 20 years. He has worked in statutory and voluntary agencies with children and young people who have sexually abusive behaviours.

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Social Work with Sex Offenders

Making a Difference

This topical book engages with a wide range of issues related to social work practice with people who have sexually offended. Its accessible style and use of practice based learning exercises will help readers to reflect on theory, practice and developing emotional resilience.

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Social work

Making a difference

This book explores what social work is. Structured around the framework of the National Occupational Standards for social work, the book examines how social work can make a difference in the lives of individuals, families and communities, and argues that to really make a difference it is necessary to think outside the box.

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Sexual issues in social work

This book provides busy practitioners with a ready reference for the day-to-day problems relating to sex and sexuality that they are likely to face in key areas of engagement, such as promoting sexual health, preventing sexual violence, working with those subjected to sexual abuse, and engaging with the complexities of contemporary sexualities.

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