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Love after Death: Counselling in Bereavement

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Specialised knowledge in respect of substance abuse should form the basis of generic social welfare services, voluntary service rendering and interventions by other professionals, as well as religious and indigenous care-givers. 139. However, participants identified limitations to employment-focused welfare programs, including restrictions on education and job preparation. An international social science research, policy, and information centre; and an intergovernmental organization on social welfare, affiliated to the United Nations.

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Publisher: Jessica Kingsley; 1 edition (November 1, 1994)

ISBN: 185302287X

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