Social Work is a profession committed to the enhancement of human well-being, the alleviation of poverty and oppression, and the promotion of social justice. The profession practices in a wide variety of settings including family services, child welfare, criminal justice, psychiatric and medical centers, chemical dependency treatment, community organizations, advocacy groups, and public policy planning. Social work degrees range from the associate to the doctorate. Graduates may work in direct practice (micro-level work with individuals) or in administration and planning (macro-level work with systems and institutions. Licensure requirements and other practice regulations vary by locality.- Category ID : 428595
A registered social worker in Hong Kong and a social work educator, specializing in parent education and researching on family relationships. Site linking to useful ideas on planning social work programmes.
This site developed by the National Association of Social Workers gives students, professionals and the general public a forum for critiquing and improving the way social workers and social issues are covered in the news media and portrayed in the entertainment industries.
This web site is a gateway to articles written by licensed social workers that are of interest to the general public. The articles are geared toward (1) individuals and families who need reliable, accurate information about health, behavioral, environmental, social, and mental health issues; and (2) people who are considering a career in social work or who would like to know more about the profession.
Providing expertise in social work services to Local Authorities and Child Care Solicitors. Registered with the Social Care Council and Member of the Professional Association for Childrens Guardians, Family Court Advisers and Independent Social Work Practioners and Consultants.