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Chapter 6: Sustaining Oneself in Relationship Based Social Work

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Sustaining Oneself in Relationship Based Social Work
Sustaining oneself in relationship based social work
Introduction

Previous chapters have provided you with the opportunity to enhance your self-awareness by helping you to reflect upon the life experiences that have made you who you are. This chapter should help you to complement this subjective exploration by asking the more objective question about what you are (or will become) as a social worker. These two dimensions, who you are and what you are, form the bases of your training which requires your subjective self, your thoughts, feelings and behaviours, to engage gradually with the more objective role and identity called ‘social worker’.

The Key Roles that you are practising are tools you use to do your job, but they are not ...

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