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Child Protection: Managing Conflict, Hostility and Aggression

by Siobhan Laird

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 184742922X, Paperback)

As they intervene in families to reduce the risk of harm to children, child-protection social workers are confronting increasingly high levels of hostility and aggression from some parents. Child Protection details applied theories of aggression in conjunction with the skills required for dealing with anger, conflict, and aggressive acts. Employing tools and reflective exercises to assist the application of theory to day-to-day child-protection practice, this indispensable and practical text is ideal for social work students, practitioners, and academics specializing in child protection.

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