November edition of Social Work Matters out now!
Opinion: Peter Beresford recommends 'Mad Matters', a new book from Canada for mental health service users, workers and families on how to combine insight and understanding with making change.
Practice: Fareena Shaheed discusses research into how 'interactional' supervision can build relationships between social workers and their managers.
Interview: Sally Gillen interviews social workers who are helping adults who belatedly find they have mild autism shed light on some of their life experiences and adapt for the future.
Read highlights from the November edition of Social Work Matters, or sign up as a College subscriber to read the magazine in full.