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Acknowledgements Introduction Section 1 Setting the Scene Chapter 1 Child Protection Practice Chapter 2. Strengths-Based Practice Chapter 3. Strengths-Based Child Protection Practice Chapter 4. Hearing from the Frontlines Section 1 Summary Section 2 Choosing Not to Use Strengths-Based Practice Chapter 5. The Question of Applicability Chapter 6. Relating Therapeutically Chapter 7. Supporting Client Self-Determination Chapter 8. Connecting to Internal and External Resources Chapter 9. Pursuing a Balanced Understanding Section 2 Summary: Choosing Not to Use Strengths-Based Practice Section 3 Firm, Fair and Friendly Practice Chapter 10. Inviting Maximum Collaboration and Using Strengths Chapter 11. Using Authority Purposefully Chapter 12. Being Transparent Chapter 13. Attending to the Interaction Chapter 14. Judging Impartially Chapter 15. Seeing Clients as Human Section 3 Summary Section 4 Becoming a Strengths-Based Child Protection Practitioner Chapter 16. Identifying as a Strengths-Based Child Protection Practitioner Chapter 17. Educating the Strengths-Based Child Protection Practitioner Chapter 18. Supporting the Strengths-Based Child Protection Practitioner Section 4 Summary: Looking Back, Out and Forward

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"Carolyn Oliver's Strengths-Based Child Protection provides one of the most in-depth discussions and analyses of child protection work. The author successfully engages her readers by providing thought-provoking exercises and case studies, which can be used individually by workers, in practitioner meetings, and in course work." -- Marion Bogo, Professor, University of Toronto "Carolyn Oliver has crafted a very accessible, well-written, and valuable resource for child protection practitioners." -- John Carpenter, Professor of Social Work & Applied Social Sciences, University of Bristol

About the Author

Carolyn Oliver is an adjunct professor in the School of Social Work at the University of British Columbia as well as the Strategic Policy Advisor for Canada's largest urban Aboriginal child protection agency.

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Carolyn Oliver has crafted a very accessible, well-written, and valuable resource for child protection practitioners.

- John Carpenter, Professor of Social Work & Applied Social Sciences, University of Bristol

Carolyn Oliver's Strengths-Based Child Protection provides one of the most in-depth discussions and analyses of child protection work. The author successfully engages her readers by providing thought-provoking exercises and case studies, which can be used individually by workers, in practitioner meetings, and in course work.

- Marion Bogo, Professor, University of Toronto

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