Neurobiolology & Social Work by Jane Gilgun
Approx. 1,420 words.
Published on December 19, 2010.
Advances in the understandings of human brains have implications for social work practice. This discussion provides information about the interactive nature of human development. Human brains--and human beings--are co-constructed. Social workers need to be as sensitively attuned as parents if they are to provide effective services.