Social Work Now: Social workers can police their own boundaries, but guidance is vital

Ravi Chandiramani
Friday, May 27, 2011

Social workers have to be attentive to their professional boundaries with service users every day. It is part and parcel of the job. And as our main feature shows, it can throw up a host of quandaries.

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