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An activity from Mark Doel and Steven Shardlow's book, Modern Social Work Practice, 2005, which uses a Snakes and Ladders approach to track the steps necessary to achieving a goal and identifying the most likely obstacles.
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Doel, M. and Shardlow, S. (2005) 'Modern Social Work Practice' , Farnham, Ashgate
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