Practice Guidance

Use of self and emotional intelligence: quick guide for practice educators

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Contents The personal and professional The known and unknown Emotional intelligence Conclusions References Talking about emotions comes easily to some and not to others. Expression of emotions is bound by cultural, social, historical and family rules. Emotions run deep and can be complex and conflicting. Being a social worker means feeling confident about how to delve into […]

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