Social Constructivist Practice With Youth
Social constructivism is an important and creative perspective for helping social workers in their work with adolescents. This paper demonstrates how theoretical orientations and clinical techniques that adhere to a social constructivist perspective can be integrated with the developmental realities of adolescence to provide effective social work interventions. Funda- mental assumptions are discussed and are related to problems of practice. Case studies are utilized to demonstrate social constructivist principles in clinical work with adolescents.
Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal
Furman, Rich; Jackson, Robert L.; Downey, Eleanor Pepi; and Shears, Jeffery, "Social Constructivist Practice With Youth" (2003). Social Work Publications. 210.
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