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Helping the inexperienced worker in the public child welfare agency: a case study



Helping the inexperienced worker in the public child welfare agency: a case study



Child Welfare 54(5): 319-329



Through provision of supervisory and consultative service, a caseworker, even if inexperienced, can function effectively in a treatment role dealing with a child's adjustment to separation.

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