4 edition of Social work and angry parents found in the catalog.
Social work and angry parents
by University of East Anglia in association with the weekly journal, Social work today in Norwich
Written in English
Bibliography, leaf 35-37.
|Other titles||Social work today.|
|Series||Social work monograph -- 55, Social Work Monographs -- 55.|
|Contributions||University of East Anglia.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||37|
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The “Meet Mr Angry Ant!” Program utilises the picture book Meet Mr Angry Ant. in order to explore the issue of anger with a positive/strategic focus. The book initially describes what angry behaviour looks like, including some of its potential consequences, and also ponders some of its possible causes.
University of East Anglia, Social Work Today Publication year: Pagination: 38p., bibliog. Place of publication: Norwich Subject terms: parents, social work, social worker-service user relationships; ISBN print: 0 38 2 Share.
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