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Journal Article

Bertha Capen Reynolds: Social Worker of all Times

Louise Silbert Bandler
Journal of Education for Social Work
Vol. 15, No. 3 (FALL 1979), pp. 5-12
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23038919
Page Count: 8
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Bertha Capen Reynolds: Social Worker of all Times
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Abstract

This tribute to Bertha Capen Reynolds, one of our most distinguished practitioners and educators, describes the many facets of her personality and the incredible impact she had on the lives of others. It highlights the direction and continuity of her thinking and the internal harmony and consistency of everything she did. It speaks of her lifelong mission to serve people and her heroic, inspired, scientific efforts to find ways to fulfill this goal. Her ideas, her practice, and her teaching were not only innovative for her times but have creative relevance for the complexities and problems of our times.

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