My interest in this study arose from what I believed to be the discrepancy between the conventional wisdom about self disclosure and its occurrence in the practice of clinical social work. Bradmiller'sI study, one of the few studies about self disclosure in the practice of social work, found that persons with masters degrees in social work (MSW's) disclose significantly more to their colleagues than do undergraduate social work majors. The MSW's in Bradmiller's study self disclosed to clients at a lesser rate than they did to other target persons. Bradmiller2 interprets her study, " ...... most simply as an indication that social workers are not knowledgeable about the use of self disclosure in the helping relationship."
"The Self Disclosure of Clinical Social Workers,"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 8:
2, Article 15.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol8/iss2/15
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