Social Work

Analyze the helping process from a personal feeling level and identify beginning professional elements of practice using the book, Giving and Taking Help by Alan Keith Lucas. In your analysis include connections with the core competencies listed in parentheses. 1. Describe and analyze personal acts of the student which were helpful to the client systems being served, giving attention to the student’s own feelings concerning the service contact and including specific excerpts for process recordings. (Connect with competencies 3 and 4) 2. Describe and analyze the personal acts of the student which were not helpful to the client system(s) being served, giving attention to the student’s own feelings concerning the service contact including specific excerpts for process recordings. (Connect with competencies 3, 4) 3. Identify diversity issues within these contacts and analyze any tensions that emerged. (Connect with competencies 4, 7) 4. Analyze your role as a helping person and the strengths you bring to this professional role. (Connect with competency 1) 5. Identify and analyze the beginning ideas you have about integrating your faith and practice. (Connect with competency 2) 6. What questions do you feel are unanswered concerning your practice? Based upon l-5 above, conceptualize a beginning approach to generalist social work practice that you feel is useful to you. ( Reference the following reading: Devore, Wynetta, and Schlesinger, Elfriede. Ethnic-Sensitive Social Work Practice. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1999. Chapter 5, “Approaches to Social Work Practice and the Ethnic Reality,” pp. 111-138. (on Brightspace) BSW Competencies for Reference: 1. Demonstrate ethical and professional behavior. 2. Engage diversity and difference in practice 3. Advance human rights and social, economic, and environmental justice. 4. Engage in practice-informed research and research-informed practice. 5. Engage in policy practice. 6. Engage with individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities. 7. Assess individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities. 8. Intervene with individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities. 9. Evaluate practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities.

 

 

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