Social Workers Need Personal and Professional Boundaries

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Professional Boundaries

You need to draw on your personal experience but weather you tell the service user your experience or say it was a friend is that ethical to do that. We are asking personal questions so it is natural for them to want to know some thing about you. You need to use your professional judgement. As a Masters student about to do on my second placement I can say that my boundaries were tested on my first placement.

Angela Anson more than 5 years ago

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