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Publication Date: 2003
Publisher: Thomson Learning
Hull, Grafton H., Kirst-Ashman, Karen K.
This comprehensive book offers the student a readable introduction to human service practice with a specific focus on the generalist model commonly applied in the field. Providing a systems framework infused with the core values of the profession, along with numerous examples, the book gives students a flavor of what it is like to work in the human services. It also provides knowledge, skills, and values needed for successful practice in this enormously diverse profession.Hull, Grafton H. is the author of 'Generalist Model of Human Services Practice With Infotrac', published 2003 under ISBN 9780534512736 and ISBN 0534512739.
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