Foundations

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Foundations
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2010-11-03 21:09:33
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Various elements of basic social work practice
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  1. Problem Solving Process
    • 1) Engagement
    • 2) Problem Definition
    • 3) Assessment
    • 4) Contracting
    • 5) Intervention
    • 6) Evaluation
    • 7) Termination
  2. Role Induction
    • a. Purpose—describe the purpose of the meeting and the relationship first and foremost
    • b. Elicit Expectations—what does the client expect in his or her relationship with you the social worker
    • c. Negotiating Expectations—flush out what may or may not be true in the client’s expectations
    • d. Anticipate the helping process—issues brought up, discuss what could happen, what it might look like to process
  3. Working Alliance:
    • 1) Agreement on goals
    • 2) Consensus on tasks
    • 3) Affective bond
  4. Sue's Model:
    • Stage 1: Conformity
    • Stage 2: Dissonance and appreciating
    • Stage 3: Resistance and immersion
    • Stage 4: Introspection
    • Stage 5: Integrative Awareness
  5. Working Relationship
    • 1) Empathy--listen for feelings and reflect
    • 2) Respect/positive regard/nonpossessive warmth
    • 3) Authenticity
  6. Sue's Cultural Competence
    • 1) Become aware of one's own limitations/bias
    • 2) Understand the worldview of cultural clients---what are the client's biases
    • 3) Develop appropriate intervention strategies
    • 4) Understand organizational and institutional forces that enhance or negotiate cultural competence
  7. SMART Goals
    • S-pecific
    • M-easurable
    • A-achievable
    • R-ealistic
    • T-ime limited
  8. Task Centered Approach
    • 1) Define and prioritize issues
    • 2) Develop and partialize goals
    • 3) Determine tasks
    • 4) Enhance commitment
    • 5) Analyze obstacles
    • 6) Rehearse using role play
    • 7) Summarize

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