Editorial: Social Work and Recovery

Webber, Martin; Joubert, Lynette
December 2015
British Journal of Social Work;2015 Supplement1, pi1
Academic Journal
An introduction is presented wherein the editor discusses various reports in the issue on topics including a social work understanding of recovery in Canada, the positions of power held by social workers in mental health services and a study of the perspectives of mental health service users and practitioners in Australia.


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