Reviving Therapeutic Social Work

Paper
Andrew Cooper - 2016

Published in New Associations, the membership magazine of the British Psychoanalytic Council. Issue 19, Autumn 2015 What has happened to the relationship between social work and psychoanalytic psychotherapy?

Emotions and social work : raising the profile

Presentation
Dr Richard Ingram - 2015

It is with great pleasure that Dr Richard Ingram has kindly allowed us to share with you his powerpoint presentation, Emotions and social work : raising the profile following the Seminar and Launch in Scotland held on the 7th December 2015 in Edinburgh.

A Report from the Centre for Social Work Practice on Reflective Practice Group Models in Social Work

Paper
CfSWP - 2015

One of CfSWP’s key commitments is to the development of reflective practice in the profession. To further this end CfSWP commissioned what appears to be the first review of reflective practice group models in the UK. We hope this will be of interest to colleagues in both Social Work and Social Care. We welcome approaches from others who are interested in developing their or their organisations practice in this area.

Working with Students who are Struggling or Failing in Practice Learning Settings: Practice Educators’ Perspectives

Presentation
Dr Jo Finch - 2015

Further to our Practice Educator Conference held on 14th January 2015 at The University of Sussex. It is with great pleasure that Dr Jo Finch has kindly allowed us to share with you her powerpoint presentation on Working with Students who are Struggling or Failing in Practice Learning Settings: Practice Educators’ Perspectives from the day.

Promoting Reflective Practice Amongst Social Care Practitioners

Presentation
Professor Andrew Cooper - 2014

This is the Powerpoint for a presentation given recently by Professor Andrew Cooper at a Community Care Conference for social care managers. The slides begin to explore CfSWP’s interest in developing reflective practice groups in the sector. Do look out for more information and work on this area from the centre.