Journals Higher Education



Published: 08 February 2010

296 Pages | 15 tables & 11 figures

ISBN: 9780195429718

Bookseller Code (05)

Mental Health Social Work Practice in Canada

Cheryl Regehr and Graham D. Glancy

  • Canadian. Written by two top Canadian academics and practitioners, this is the only book that offers a comprehensive overview of both the social and legislative framework for mental health practice in social work within a Canadian context.
  • Accessible. Includes chapter outlines, boxed summaries, and end of chapter discussion questions to encourage students to think critically about current mental health issues. As well, jargon-free writing style makes the text engaging and comprehensible to students.
  • Practical and Relevant. Includes evidence-supported case studies that illustrate examples of social work practices to equip students with the tools and knowledge needed once working in the field.
  • Case Studies: each chapter includes case studies and follow-up review of examples to provide students with real world social work experiences.

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