Enabling Relationships in Health and Social Care

A Guide for Therapists

By

  • John Swain, BSc, PGCE, MSc, PhD BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, PGCE , Principal Lecturer (Research) and Reader in Disability Studies, Faculty of Health, Social Work and Education, University of Northumbria, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK Professor of Disability and Inclusion, Research and Enterprise Health, Community & Education Studies Northumbria University, UK
  • Jim Clark, MA, CertEd, AdDipDrama, SpecEd, Head of Arts Education, University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne UK
  • Sally French, MCSP, DipTP, BSc, MSc(Psych), MSc(Soc), PhD, Senior Lecturer, School of Management and Social Sciences, King Alfred's College of Higher Education, Winchester, UK
  • Karen Parry, Bed, PhD, Inter Agency Development Officer, Sunderland City Council, Tyne and War, UK
  • Frances Reynolds, BSc, Dip Psych Couns, PhD, Lecturer in Psychology and Rehabilitation Counselling, Department of Health Studies, Brunel University, Isleworth, UK

This book explores the provision and practice of professional support and refers to the processes of enabling relationships between participants: professionals and clients. It also invokes the power of relationships to empower and construct change.
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Book information

  • Published: March 2004
  • Imprint: BUTTERWORTH HEINEMANN
  • ISBN: 978-0-7506-5274-2


Table of Contents

Stumbling On: An Introduction

PART ONE: IN CONTEXT
1. What’s the Story?
2. The Professional Context
3. Reflecting on Ethical Decision-Making in Therapy Practice

PART TWO: IN THEORY AND PRINCIPLE
4. Understanding Inequality and Performance
5. Understanding Empowerment and Emancipation
6. From Theory to Principles

PART THREE: IN PRACTICE
7. Enabling Relationships in Therapy Practice
8. Two-Way Communication
9. Enabling Relationships in Professional Contexts
10. Challenging Walls of Discrimination

PART FOUR: IN PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
11. Enabling Relationships in Professional Education
12. Enabling Relationships: The Ingredients for Practice