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A solid introduction to mental health social work for undergraduate students
Excellent introductory text offers a firm footing for further reading.
great book for new optional module - mental health
Excellent book for those choosing to do mental health as a core subject. Easy to ready and digest.
Introductory text for social workers who wish to work with mental health issues. Case studies are quite useful and provides an understandiing of the politico-legal context as well as the range of issues encountered within the sector.
This is a really useful text for students and practitioners working in mental health . I thought it provided an excellent introduction to the key issues of this area of practice, and I liked the way the context for mental health law explored both policy and values.
A really useful text for anyone wanting to understand social work within the field of mental health and particularly students as they learn to apply theory to their work on practice placements.
The book provides insights into most situations. It offers an ovverall picture of Mental Ill Health suitable for those at Level 4 and 5, in Social Care.
A useful introduction
This book will defintiely join a list of supplementary reading for our adult elective module, and highly recommended for those students exploring practice in the mental health arena.
This book encapsulates essential elements involved in mental health and social work. It is clear and easy to read and accesses relevant policy and current practice around mental health.
The Book has been used for students undertaking AMHP training.
This book will serve first year degree students well, in introducing them to topic and concepts of mental health, relating them to practice issues; accepting legal requirements and interpretations.
Clear and engaging style, particularly useful for introducing social model to non-social workers.
This book provides a good introduction to this topic and is used by me predominantly in CPD modules preparing candidates for AMHP training
My Access to HE level 3 Mental Health students are thouroughly enjoying this text. It is dificult to find a text at the right level (3). I have not used it on the degree however, it will be a good text for our first year FdA Mental Health Work students.
an excellent book