University of Toronto Press
Published Jan 7, 2014
Trade paperback, 360 pages
Note: This book is rated C = clean read.
Myra Giberovitch, M.S.W., P.S.W. is an educator, author and speaker. She is an expert on the tools and techniques of strength-based practice as it applies to trauma and recovery. She teaches how to integrate strengths-based practice concepts and empowerment strategies to help survivors of mass atrocity crimes recover from their ordeals. Myra is affiliated with the McGill University School of Social Work as an adjunct professor, sessional and guest lecturer, and field placement supervisor.
Reviewed by Laura
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