Book Title: Rural and Northern Social Work Practice: Canadian Perspectives
Book Description: This book highlights the contextual foundation of social work practice with rural and northern communities by addressing the importance of place using anti-oppressive perspectives. Practice competencies are presented, including an emphasis on trauma- and violence-informed approaches and the importance of addressing the mental wellness of social workers practicing in these communities. The book explores selected areas of social work practice including abuse and intimate partner violence, mental health issues and addictions, newcomers and immigrant populations, older adults, and child protection work.
Rural and Northern Social Work Practice: Canadian Perspectives by Bonnie Jeffery and Nuelle Novik is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.