Children's Voice Sep/Oct 2006

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The New Miracle Workers: Overcoming Contemporary Challenges in Child Welfare Work helps child welfare workers who are struggling with new challenges and need practical ways to handle the strain of working in child welfare today.

The New Miracle Workers compiles information gathered from more than 100 child welfare workers to address major issues facing practitioners, including violence, substance abuse, and obesity.

Research has provided radical new information on the human brain. Kathryn Brohl discusses how that information affects new and future child welfare practice. The New Miracle Workers also offers strategies for dealing with contemporary problems, including promoting cultural competence and making agencies accountable for their actions, as well as preventing burnout and other workplace problems.

A licensed marriage and family therapist, Kathryn Brohl has worked in child welfare for more than 30 years. The author of four other books, Brohl trains child welfare workers throughout the United States, Canada, and Australia.

To order The New Miracle Workers ($24.95, Item No. 10021), visit our webstore, or call toll-free 800/407-6273.


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