Child-focused practice in social services for adults in Norway:

Published on Aug 23, 2021in Journal of Social Work2.292
路 DOI :10.1177/14680173211029725
Kjersti B Kristensen , Camilla Lauritzen10
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Charlotte Reedtz9
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SummaryChildren of social service users are at risk for developing mental health problems as well as social and behavioral problems. Social service counselors should therefore be aware of service u...
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