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  • How do we understand relationships NOW?

    Join our online discussion. Trustees Nigel Elliott and Katharine Scanlan have shared their reflections on this topic, what are your thoughts?

    How do we understand relationships now?
  • The Centre for Social Work Practice Legacy Fund and GAPS

    GAPS will continue to support the work and aims of the Centre of Social Work Practice through a Legacy Fund

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  • Practice Development Bursaries

    GAPS offers bursaries to its members for a wide range of Practice Development ideas and opportunities.

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  • GAPS Board of Trustees

    Are you interested in joining the Board of Trustees? Perhaps you would like to know more about it.

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  • The aim of GAPS

    Gaps promotes therapeutic and relationship-based practice, and the importance of psychodynamic and systemic thinking in social work. These perspectives are central to the editorial policy of the Journal of Social Work Practice, which is owned by GAPS.

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  • How is GAPS funded?

    From our ownership of the Journal of Social Work Practice, GAPS receives a modest annual income which we use to fund activities for front-line social work practitioners and managers – such as one-day workshops and seminars, as well as our annual essay award for social work practitioners and students.

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