Good Practice in Child Protection
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The book deals with the direct practice of child protection in an Australian context, focusing on evidence-based practice and complex issues such as mental health, domestic violence, workload demands, substance abuse and the over-representation of Indigenous children. Intended for social work and human services beginning practitioners on the frontline of child protection and family support.
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