Barn vars förälder har missbruksproblematik - Ur socialsekreterares perspektiv
Sammanfattning: The purpose of the study was to investigate how social workers work with children who have parents with substance abuse problems. The study and its results are based on a qualitative research design in the form of five semi-structured interviews with social workers from municipalities outside Stockholm. The collected empirical data and the results of the study have been interpreted and analyzed in a thematic analysis. The results show that the interviewed social workers find it difficult to detect children living with substance abusing parents. The child is detected by other authorities who then file a report to the social services. The results also shows that the social worker starts an investigation after receiving the report and, based on the investigation, applies initiatives that meet the child's needs. The interventions used depend on the individual and which intervention the social secretary considers to be the most suitable for the child. On the other hand, the social secretaries believe that group therapy is the most effective intervention for children with abusive parents as the child can develop by taking part of other children's experiences and daring to talk about their own situation.
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