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In the shadow of the environmental crisis, professionals across all fields have a role to play by incorporating care for the natural world into their practice. Although national and global organizations identify climate change as a challenge for social work practice, there has not been a tool on the market to assist social workers in incorporating nature into their work – until now. From the private practice clinician to the family therapist, from the case manager to the hospital social worker, from the community planner to the policy advocate, from the nonprofit manager to the president of the state board of social work, this book equips social workers across all disciplines with the strategies and interventions they need to incorporate environmental dimensions into their social work practice.

Social Work Outside: Evidence Based Micro and Macro Perspectives

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