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Children’s departments could now begin officially to use resources on preventative work with families and collaborate with other agencies. The social work role at this time was far closer to that of family caseworker and the general optimism about the welfare state which prevailed throughout the 1950s and 1960s was most strongly reflected in the belief that its institutions and professionals could change families for the better. Therapeutic interventions, based on the emerging body of professional knowledge and methods, were at the core of social work and, even when coercive elements were employed, these were seen primarily in terms of achieving a more substantive therapeutic goal (Parton, 1991).
Distortion of the face to face interaction which lies at the heart of human caring” (Blaug, 1995, p 429). The fragmenting impact of new managerialist approaches on professional practice, some contend moreover, has been exacerbated by the emphasis given by the then Central Council for the Education and Training of Social Work (CCETSW) to the development of the ‘competencies’ approach (Cannan, 1994/95; Blaug, 1995; Dominelli, 1996) which is seen further to disaggregate and compartmentalise the individual components of the social work task.
To a child’s parents, for example, the rhetoric of partnership may suggest a relationship of equals; to the professionals it may be interpreted as requiring only that parents are informed about any decisions regarding their children. The conceptual ambiguity which surrounds the term may indeed explain its 33 Empowering practice? absence from the primary legislation. While the volumes of official guidance and regulations accompanying the 1989 Children Act do make extensive use of the language of partnership, albeit as a principle rather than a right, its extent and nature remains confused.
Empowering Practice: A Critical Appraisal of the Family Group Conference Approach by Carol Lupton;Paul Nixon