Co-creating Processes of Help: Collaboration with Families in the CommunityNina Mešl, Tadeja Kodele (eds.)
Ljubljana: Faculty of Social Work. - 166 pages
A scientific anthology based on social work in an intersubjective context is an important contribution to practice as well as for teaching and research communities. The book also profits from a close cooperation with users (here named interlocutors) to enhance the need for a respectable and decent dialogue in everyday prectices. The book comprises seven articles with titles: "Social work with families: the theory and prectice of co-creating processes of support and help", "Social work: the science, profession and art of complex dealing with complexity", "Collaborative processes of help and development of new knowledge in social work with families", "Supporting and helping mulit-challenged families: illustrating the process of social work with families", "Motivational interviewing with individuals experiencing social challenges: a Norwegian experience", "Physical activity intervention for non-active adults from economically challenged families: will for movement and movement for Will", " Public transportation and mobility enhancement exercises as support for the independent mobility of elderly family members".