Neurobiolology & Social Work

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.

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About Jane Gilgun

I like to laugh. I like witty people. When I'm not writing, riding my horses, or working in my garden, I'm a professor, School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA.

I write children's books, poetry, books on children with special needs, and books on many other topics based on research I have done for many years. I also comment on public events.

My writings are available on Amazon Kindle, iBooks, smashwords.com, scribd.com, createspace, and many other ebooksellers.

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