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The therapeutic community and the development of the social work role

The therapeutic community and the development of the social work role The Therapeutic Community and the Development of the Social Work Role J. M. JOHNSON 1 HERE IS INCREASING recognition Patients admitted without relatives are expec- T amongst social workers that work with ted to involve them actively as outpatients in the group therapy programme. whole families, socio-economic groups and The therapeutic programme covers the total communities is becoming a larger and whole 24 hours of the day. Patients are respon- more significant part of the social work prac- sible for such things as specialling a physically tice. This paper discusses how the social work ill or emotionally disturbed fellow patient. role is seen as developing in a Therapeutic They take part in duties covering supper mak- Community ~2~ with specific reference to Fraser ing, child minding and general housekeeping House therapeutic community, North Ryde chores. They are elected as members of the Psychiatric Centre. o) committees that help in the psycho-social plan- Fraser House was established as a Thera- peutic Community in 1959 by Dr N. T. Yeo- ning of the therapeutic community, consider- ing such things as admission, discharge and mans t3) and is part of the Division of Psychia- assessment of fellow patients. They visit ex- tric http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Australian Journal of Social Work Taylor & Francis

The therapeutic community and the development of the social work role

Australian Journal of Social Work , Volume 19 (3): 4 – Aug 1, 1966

The therapeutic community and the development of the social work role

Australian Journal of Social Work , Volume 19 (3): 4 – Aug 1, 1966

Abstract

The Therapeutic Community and the Development of the Social Work Role J. M. JOHNSON 1 HERE IS INCREASING recognition Patients admitted without relatives are expec- T amongst social workers that work with ted to involve them actively as outpatients in the group therapy programme. whole families, socio-economic groups and The therapeutic programme covers the total communities is becoming a larger and whole 24 hours of the day. Patients are respon- more significant part of the social work prac- sible for such things as specialling a physically tice. This paper discusses how the social work ill or emotionally disturbed fellow patient. role is seen as developing in a Therapeutic They take part in duties covering supper mak- Community ~2~ with specific reference to Fraser ing, child minding and general housekeeping House therapeutic community, North Ryde chores. They are elected as members of the Psychiatric Centre. o) committees that help in the psycho-social plan- Fraser House was established as a Thera- peutic Community in 1959 by Dr N. T. Yeo- ning of the therapeutic community, consider- ing such things as admission, discharge and mans t3) and is part of the Division of Psychia- assessment of fellow patients. They visit ex- tric

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Taylor & Francis
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0004-9565
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10.1080/03124076608656147
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Abstract

The Therapeutic Community and the Development of the Social Work Role J. M. JOHNSON 1 HERE IS INCREASING recognition Patients admitted without relatives are expec- T amongst social workers that work with ted to involve them actively as outpatients in the group therapy programme. whole families, socio-economic groups and The therapeutic programme covers the total communities is becoming a larger and whole 24 hours of the day. Patients are respon- more significant part of the social work prac- sible for such things as specialling a physically tice. This paper discusses how the social work ill or emotionally disturbed fellow patient. role is seen as developing in a Therapeutic They take part in duties covering supper mak- Community ~2~ with specific reference to Fraser ing, child minding and general housekeeping House therapeutic community, North Ryde chores. They are elected as members of the Psychiatric Centre. o) committees that help in the psycho-social plan- Fraser House was established as a Thera- peutic Community in 1959 by Dr N. T. Yeo- ning of the therapeutic community, consider- ing such things as admission, discharge and mans t3) and is part of the Division of Psychia- assessment of fellow patients. They visit ex- tric

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Australian Journal of Social WorkTaylor & Francis

Published: Aug 1, 1966

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