The strengths approach

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Sharing power, building hope, creating change
By Wayne McCashen
St Luke's Innovative Resources, 2017, 286 p. 2nd ed.

Describes the style of human service delivery known as the strengths approach. Talks about the work that has been done to develop strengths based practice at St Luke's Anglicare welfare agency in Australia. Outlines the ideas, values, tools and frameworks that help create respectful ways of working with people. Discusses client-owned recording, service management, parallel practice, staff supervision, reflective practice, narrative therapy, and community connectedness.

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