This assignment will help students connect the relevance of practice evaluation

This assignment will help students connect the relevance of practice evaluation research to the field placement based on the assigned field placement agency. Students will create a single system design case study. Students must choose a topic that is relevant to a client’s system in the field placement , in terms of clients served, issues addressed, intervention(s ),Etc. Practice evaluation paper must be based on each student’s assigned client system-level(GROUPS CLIENT SYSTEM).
Group Client System: This will include a HYPOTHETICAL group of clients your agency might serve.(adolescent). Describe a hypothetical group (typically a group is defined as three or more people) that might receive services at your assigned agency, (High School) that would participate in an intervention together in a group setting. In terms of definition think about what problem the group is experiencing as a group. This assessment will be based on the group as a whole, and the entire group will participate in your intervention and evaluation.
HYPOTHETICALLY this group of adolescents all suffer from anxiety and depression.
Please include a Cover Page / Introduction and Scope of Problems
This paper must be double spaced and type in 12 point font.
Citations in the text of the paper and in the Reference section must be formatted in 7th addition APA

 

 

For this assignment, students will add supplemental research through the use of

For this assignment, students will add supplemental research through the use of scholarly work. Students will research global mental health in relation to one of the Sustainable Development Goals, identify a relevant peer-reviewed article, and write a brief synopsis. The summation of the article (one-to-two pages) will be submitted on the Assignment tab prior to class and should include:
1) a brief introduction of the article and the correlation to a Sustainable Development Goal,
2) a review of any applicable research/studies and outcomes,
3) final thoughts that offer critical reflection,
4) a reference, and
5) one critical thinking question to prompt discussion.

 

 

Model Program Presentation Assignment Overview In this last assignment for your

Model Program Presentation
Assignment Overview
In this last assignment for your course project, you will integrate all advanced generalist practice behaviors by developing a model program for an at-risk population within your community. You will integrate leadership skills and the ethical and effective use of technology at all levels of advanced generalist social work practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following EPAs and advance practice behaviors:
Competency 1: Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior.
C1.SP.A: Apply professional use of self and leadership skills with colleagues, clients, groups, organizations, and communities.
C1.SP.B: Articulate and provide leadership in the application of the core. values and ethical standards of the social work profession through an ethical problem solving model to aid in critical thinking, affective reactions and ethical decision making related to individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to guide and inform ethical practice in the specialization of advanced generalist social work.
C1.SP.C: Integrate the ethical and effective use of technology at all levels of practice in the specialization of advanced generalist social work with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
5. Apply leadership in the application of ethical principles, problem-solving models, and ethical decision-making used within a model program for an identified at-risk population.
6. Integrate the ethical and effective use of technology within a model program in the work with an at-risk population, organization, and community that the program will serve.
12. Provide a self-reflection of the ability to conduct a model program, and the needs and strengths in working with an at-risk population and the community they live in.
Competency 2: Engage Diversity and Difference in Practice.
C2.SP.A: Analyze dimensions and differentiation in diversity and apply the influence of relationships and affective reactions to intervention techniques and technologies. with diverse clients, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
C2.SP.B: Apply leadership skills, theoretical frameworks, decision making and best-practice interventions with diverse populations.
Related Assignment Criterion:
4. Analyze how a model program implements best practices while working with diverse populations.
Competency 3: Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice.
C3.SP.A: Apply leadership skills, decision-making and technology to engage in collaborative practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to advocate for appropriate services, resources, and supports to achieve goals and foster positive change.
C3.SP.B: Apply leadership behaviors by engaging in reflective and professional practices that address and advance social, economic, and environmental justice issues.
C3.SP.C: Analyze and respond to evolving leadership, technological, political, economic, social cultural, geographical, and environmental contexts to shape the specialization of advanced generalist practice.
Related Assignment Criteria:
2. Apply leadership skills, best practices, and emerging technologies used within a model program to address political, social, cultural, geographical, and environmental contexts.
7. Promote social and economic justice and well-being with an at-risk population to advocate for appropriate services, resources, and supports to achieve goals and foster positive change within a model program.
8. Apply leadership skills as a social change agent to engage with clients, colleagues, and identified community stakeholders to advance social and economic well-being in the delivery of effective and technology-assisted social work services to individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
12. Provide a self-reflection of the ability to conduct a model program, and the needs and strengths in working with an at-risk population and the community they live in.
Competency 4: Engage In Practice-informed Research and Research-informed Practice.
C4.SP.A: Apply leadership skills, decision making and the use of technology to inform evidence-based research practice to develop, implement, evaluate, and communicate interventions across the specialization of advanced generalist practice settings.
Related Assignment Criterion:​
1. Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills through defining a model program, interventions, and evidence-based theory applied.
Competency 5: Engage in Policy Practice.
C5.SP.A: Apply leadership skills and decision making as social change agents to collaborate with clients, colleagues, and identified stakeholders to advance social and economic well-being in the delivery of effective and technology-assisted social work services to individuals, families, and groups.
Related Assignment Criteria:
8. Apply leadership skills as a social change agent to engage with clients, colleagues, and identified community stakeholders to advance social and economic well-being in the delivery of effective and technology-assisted social work services to individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Competency 6: Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C6.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology when engaging colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
C6.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice engagement with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
C6.SP.C: Apply leadership skills and emerging technologies in the specialization of advanced generalist social work practice engagement with individuals, families, group, organizations, and communities to promote systemic change towards client sustainability.
C6.SP.D: (Engage) Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, decision making and interpersonal skills to actively engage in the specialization of advanced generalist practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to achieve goals.
Related Assignment Criteria:​
1. Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills through defining a model program, interventions, and evidence-based theory applied.
3. Analyze theories that apply to an at-risk population through a model program.
5. Apply leadership in the application of ethical principles, problem-solving models, and ethical decision-making used within a model program for an identified at-risk population.
7. Promote social and economic justice and well-being with an at-risk population to advocate for appropriate services, resources, and supports to achieve goals and foster positive change within a model program.
8. Apply leadership skills as a social change agent to engage with clients, colleagues, and identified community stakeholders to advance social and economic well-being in the delivery of effective and technology-assisted social work services to individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
9. Collaborate with the community by applying leadership skills, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to actively engage in advanced generalist practice with an at-risk community to achieve goals of a model program.
Competency 7: Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C7.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology when assessing colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
C7.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice assessment with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
C7.SP.C: Apply leadership skills, decision making and emerging technologies in the specialization of advanced generalist social work practice assessment with individuals, families, group, organizations, and communities to promote systemic change towards client sustainability.
C7.SP.D: (Assess) Apply assessment instruments, leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to identify problems, and assess and analyze capacities, strengths, and needs of individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
​Related Assignment Criteria:
1. Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills through defining a model program, interventions, and evidence-based theory applied.
3. Analyze theories that apply to an at-risk population through a model program.
5. Apply leadership in the application of ethical principles, problem-solving models, and ethical decision-making used within a model program for an identified at-risk population.
7. Promote social and economic justice and well-being with an at-risk population to advocate for appropriate services, resources, and supports to achieve goals and foster positive change within a model program.
8. Apply leadership skills as a social change agent to engage with clients, colleagues, and identified community stakeholders to advance social and economic well-being in the delivery of effective and technology-assisted social work services to individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
9. Collaborate with the community by applying leadership skills, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to actively engage in advanced generalist practice with an at-risk community to achieve goals of a model program.
10. Apply assessment instruments, leadership skills, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to identify problems, and assess and analyze capacities, strengths, and needs of an at-risk community.
Competency 8: Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C8.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology when intervening with colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
C8.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice intervention with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
C8.SP.C: Apply leadership skills, decision making and emerging technologies in the specialization of advanced generalist social work practice intervention with individuals, families, group, organizations, and communities to promote systemic change towards client sustainability.
C8.SP.D: (Intervene) Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, decision making, and interpersonal skills in the specialization of advanced generalist practice interventions with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to achieve goals.
Related Assignment Criteria:
1. Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills through defining a model program, interventions, and evidence-based theory applied.
3. Analyze theories that apply to an at-risk population through a model program.
5. Apply leadership in the application of ethical principles, problem-solving models, and ethical decision-making used within a model program for an identified at-risk population.
7. Promote social and economic justice and well-being with an at-risk population to advocate for appropriate services, resources, and supports to achieve goals and foster positive change within a model program.
8. Apply leadership skills as a social change agent to engage with clients, colleagues, and identified community stakeholders to advance social and economic well-being in the delivery of effective and technology-assisted social work services to individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
9. Collaborate with the community by applying leadership skills, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to actively engage in advanced generalist practice with an at-risk community to achieve goals of a model program.
Competency 9: Evaluate Practice with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C9.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology when evaluating colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
C9.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice evaluation with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
C9.SP.C: Apply leadership skills, decision making and emerging technologies in the specialization of advanced generalist social work practice evaluation with individuals, families, group, organizations, and communities to promote systemic change towards client sustainability.
C9.SP.D: Analyze and respond to evolving leadership, technological, political, economic, social cultural, geographical, and environmental contexts to shape evaluation in the specialization of advanced generalist practice.
C9.SP.E: (Evaluate) Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, decision making and interpersonal skills in the specialization of advanced generalist practice evaluation of interventions with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
​Related Assignment Criteria:
1. Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills through defining a model program, interventions, and evidence-based theory applied.
2. Apply leadership skills, best practices, and emerging technologies used within a model program to address political, social, cultural, geographical, and environmental contexts.
3. Analyze theories that apply to an at-risk population through a model program.
5. Apply leadership in the application of ethical principles, problem-solving models, and ethical decision-making used within a model program for an identified at-risk population.
7. Promote social and economic justice and well-being with an at-risk population to advocate for appropriate services, resources, and supports to achieve goals and foster positive change within a model program.
8. Apply leadership skills as a social change agent to engage with clients, colleagues, and identified community stakeholders to advance social and economic well-being in the delivery of effective and technology-assisted social work services to individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
9. Collaborate with the community by applying leadership skills, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to actively engage in advanced generalist practice with an at-risk community to achieve goals of a model program.
11. Develop an evaluation plan for the leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills in advanced generalist practice evaluation of interventions with an at-risk population in a model program.
Assignment Description
For this assignment, you will develop a PowerPoint presentation that addresses the following points. It is important to follow the assignment requirements and use the identified headings outlined for your PowerPoint under the APA formatting requirements.
Assignment Instructions
Include the following in your PowerPoint presentation:
Systems Analysis Summary: Analysis and response to the needs of an at-risk population within your community; that is, provide a summary of your Unit 4 assignment.
Program, Interventions, and Theory Summary: Create a model program through applying leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills, interventions, and evidence-based theory; that is, provide a summary of your Unit 7 assignment.
Leadership: Apply leadership within this model program that includes:
Best practices of core leadership skills needed to work with colleagues, clients, organizations, and your community to address political, social, cultural, geographical, and environmental contexts.
How you will apply leadership skills and emerging technologies in advanced generalist social work practice with individuals, families, group, organizations, and communities to promote systemic change towards client sustainability.
A discussion of how diversity will be addressed.
Ethics:
Explain the potential ethical dilemmas in working with this group of individuals or families within your community.
Identify an ethical solving model to aid in critical thinking and ethical decision making within your developed program.
Social and Economic Justice:
Explain how this program will advance social and economic justice.
Explain how your program will impact policy practice to advance social and economic well-being.
Explain how the program will engage in collaborative practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to advocate for appropriate services, resources and supports to achieve goals and foster positive change.
Community Application: Discuss how you will apply leadership skills as a social change agent to collaborate with clients, colleagues, and identified stakeholders to advance social and economic well-being in the delivery of effective and technology-assisted social work services to individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Engagement, Assessment, Intervention, and Evaluation: Define your program by identifying how the program will engage the identified at-risk population; assess the needs of the population, groups, or community; identify core aspects of the agencies intervention methods; and explain how the program will be evaluated.
Engagement: Explain how you will engage the community through leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to actively engage in advanced generalist practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to achieve goals of your program.
Assessment: Describe what assessment instruments, leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills will be used to identify problems; and assess and analyze capacities, strengths, and needs of individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Leadership and Technology: Explain how you will apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills in advanced generalist practice interventions with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to achieve goals through your program.
Evaluation: Develop a plan to evaluate the leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills in advanced generalist practice evaluation of interventions with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities within your program.
Self-reflection: Provide a self-reflection of your ability to conduct a model program, and your needs and strengths in working with this at-risk population and the community they live in.
Submission Requirements
The assignment you submit is expected to meet the following requirements:
Written communication: Written communication should be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA formatting: Resources, citations, title page, running head, and reference page should be formatted according to current APA style and formatting standards.
Cited resources: Minimum of 10 scholarly sources. All literature cited should be current, with publication dates within the past five years.
Provide speakers notes in the notes section.cvfg
Length of Presentation: 18–20 slides.

 

 

Advanced Social Issues Project Assignment Overview The Advanced Social Issues co

Advanced Social Issues Project
Assignment Overview
The Advanced Social Issues course project is the culminating assignment for your final Advanced Field Practicum course. This project demonstrates your research, application, and synthesis of the chosen social issue, agency need, or client or community problem. This is the last component of the project, where you will synthesize and self-reflect on your experience in the practicums.
By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following EPAS and specialized practices:
Competency 1: Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior.
C1.SP.A: Apply professional use of self and leadership skills with colleagues, clients, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
Competency 2: Engage Diversity and Difference in Practice.
C2.SP.A: Analyze dimensions and differentiation in diversity and apply the influence of relationships and affective reactions to intervention techniques and technologies with diverse clients, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
C2.SP.B: Apply leadership skills, theoretical frameworks, decision making and best-practice interventions with diverse populations.
Related Assignment Criteria:
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
Competency 3: Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice.
C3.SP.A: Apply leadership skills, decision making and technology to engage in collaborative practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to advocate for appropriate services, resources and supports to achieve goals and foster positive change.
Related Assignment Criteria:
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
Competency 4: Engage In Practice-informed Research and Research-informed Practice.
C4.SP.A: Apply leadership skills, decision making and the use of technology to inform evidence-based research practice to develop, implement, evaluate, and communicate interventions across the specialization of advanced generalist practice settings.
C4.SP.B: Apply leadership skills, decision making and the use of technology to inform program evaluation to develop, implement, evaluate, and communicate interventions across the specialization of advanced generalist practice settings.
Related Assignment Criteria:
5. Demonstrate leadership through offering evidence-based recommendations to promote a project’s intervention or plan.
Competency 5: Engage in Policy Practice.
C5.SP.A: Apply leadership skills and decision making as social change agents to collaborate with clients, colleagues, and identified stakeholders to advance social and economic well-being in the delivery of effective and technology-assisted social work services to individuals, families, and groups.
C5.SP.B: Apply leadership skills and decision making as social change agents to collaborate with clients, colleagues, and identified stakeholders to advance social and economic well-being in the delivery of effective and technology-assisted social work services to organizations and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
Competency 6: Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C6.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology when engaging with colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
C6.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice when engaging with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
2. Apply a theory to intervene and address a problem.
C6.SP.D: (Engage) Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, decision making and interpersonal skills to actively engage in the specialization of advanced generalist practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to achieve goals.
Related Assignment Criteria:
5. Demonstrate leadership through offering evidence-based recommendations to promote a project’s intervention or plan.
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
Competency 7: Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C7.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology when assessing colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
C7.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice when assessing individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
2. Apply a theory to intervene and address a problem.
C7.SP.D: (Assess) Apply assessment instruments, leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to identify problems, and assess and analyze capacities, strengths, and needs of individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
1. Analyze the background of a social issue, agency need, or client or community problem, and its impact on the agency, client, client system, or community.
3. Explain implementation procedures applied to address a problem.
5. Demonstrate leadership through offering evidence-based recommendations to promote a project’s intervention or plan.
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
Competency 8: Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C8.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology when intervening with colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
C8.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice interventions with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
2. Apply a theory to intervene and address a problem.
C8.SP.D: (Intervene) Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, decision making, and interpersonal skills in the specialization of advanced generalist practice interventions with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to achieve goals.
Related Assignment Criteria:
5. Demonstrate leadership through offering evidence-based recommendations to promote a project’s intervention or plan.
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
Competency 9: Evaluate Practice with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C9.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology evaluations with colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
C9.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice evaluation with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
2. Apply a theory to intervene and address a problem.
C9.SP.D: Apply leadership skills and emerging technologies in the specialization of advanced generalist social work practice when engaging with individuals, families, group, organizations, and communities to promote systemic change towards client sustainability.
Related Assignment Criteria:
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
C9.SP.E: (Evaluate) Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, decision making and interpersonal skills in the specialization of advanced generalist practice evaluation of interventions with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
4. Articulate the specific goals accomplished through a project and how the agency, community, or client benefited from the implementation of the project.
5. Demonstrate leadership through offering evidence-based recommendations to promote a project’s intervention or plan.
6. Discuss how a project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights, and advances social work practice.
Assignment Description
In this assignment, you will synthesize and self-reflect on your experience as an advanced field education intern and offer recommendations for further insight into advanced social work practice in your chosen area of interest. This is the final component of the Advanced Social Issues course project.
Assignment Instructions
Complete the following:
Review, update, and refine your Unit 2, Social Issues Proposal, and Unit 4, Theory and Procedures Presentation, assignments you previously submitted, based on your instructor’s feedback.
Include your Social Issues Proposal from Unit 2 and your Theory and Procedure Presentation from Unit 4 into this unit’s assignment, the Advanced Social Issues Project.
Use the headings in the template as follows. Note: in keeping with APA formatting, outlines should, ideally, begin with Roman numerals for major headings, then Capital letters for subheadings, followed by numbers.
Template With Headings
Title Page
Table of Contents
Abstract
Introduction
Issue/Problem
Describe the project
Analyze the problem (use content from the Social Issues Proposal assignment)
Target Population
Describe the target population(s) (use content from the Social Issues Proposal assignment)
Theory
Discuss the theory applied for the intervention to address the problem (use content from the Theory and Procedures Presentation)
Implementation Procedures
Explain the procedures of implementation (use content from the Theory and Procedures Presentation)
Discuss the resources used to support the project (for example, human capital, funding, use of technology for communication, mailings, and brochures)
Results and Outcomes
Explain the specific goals accomplished through the project and how the agency, community, or client benefited for the implementation of the project
Recommendations
Discuss how the project contributed to the agency, client, or community, and explain how it advances the social work profession
Determine which specific recommendations you would offer to an agency, client, or community to continue to promote your project’s intervention or plan
Explain how your project improves the understanding of diversity and human rights and advances social work practice
Appendix
Attach your current or updated resume in the Appendix
Additional Requirements
The assignment you submit is expected to meet the following requirements:
Headings: It is important to follow the assignment requirements and use the identified headings outlined.
Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
Resources: Minimum of seven scholarly cited references.
APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style and formatting standards.
Length of paper: 15 to 20 double-spaced pages, not including the Title, Table of Contents, and Reference pages.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
Resources
Advanced Social Issues Project Scoring Guide.
Social Work Masters Library Research Guide.
Evidence and APA.

 

 

This lesson 10 – 13. 1. Read chapters 10 – 13, then review the associated ppt le

This lesson 10 – 13.
1. Read chapters 10 – 13, then review the associated ppt lecture notes.
2. Post your responses to the questions below in the discussion forum for Lesson 10 – 13.
3. Then post a comment to at least 2 other students.
4. And don’t forget to take TEST 2
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Ok, ladies and gentlemen, here’s what i’ve got lined-up for you this week. Sometimes it becomes necessary to confront clients about their behavior.
YOUR TASK for this week is to confront someone you know about a behavior you would like them to change, using the 4 step process below!
This can something really small. I do NOT recomend confronting them on something big or major, so you can practice using the 4 steps. It is important to practice, b/c this does not come natural. Most of the time, we just complain when somebody does something we do not like. You can tell them you are doing this for a class project.
In ch. 10, your author suggests using these 4 steps:
1. First begin by stating your concern or feelings. – Remember since you are the one confronting, you are the one bothered by the behavior, so start with how concerned, worried, or scared you are.
i.e. “I am really concerned about your sobriety” or “I feel like you do not want to be part of this family anymore”.
2. A non-blaming description of what you have seen or heard. – Here be as objective and factual as possible. Simply state what the person does, NOT why you think they do it, just what the they do.
i.e. “I noticed your last drug test was positive for methamphetamines and crack-cocaine!” or “I know you withdrew money from our savings account and did not tell me”.
3. The tangible outcome. – Then tell them they what the possible consequence is for them or you if the behavior continues unchanged.
i.e. “If you continue using, you will loose everything” or “I am considering a divorce”.
4. An invitation to collaborate. – Here ask them to politely consider working with you to change the behavior. You may offer to help them, but only after they have agreed to consider changing.
i.e. “Are you willing to get some help your drug problem?” or “Are you willing to go to family therapy with me?”
In your post indicate the following:
A.) who you confronted and why?
B.) the 4 steps you used and what you said
C.) how they responded
D.) how hard or easy it was.
Good luck and remember to keep it real folks!

 

 

answer each question. 1. What are your thoughts on working with communities? 2.

answer each question.
1. What are your thoughts on working with communities?
2. What area of community engagement interests you the most or you would like to learn more about?
3. In your opinion, how does the community have an impact on an individual?
4. Reflect on an aspect of a social worker’s role in urban renewal and how it might conflict with the NASW Code of Ethics?
5. Reflect on an aspect of a social worker’s role in urban renewal in ensuring that Human Rights and Social Justice prevails?

 

 

There is more than one approach to decision-making. Decisions will vary based on

There is more than one approach to decision-making. Decisions will vary based on the individuals making them, all of whom may have different decision-making styles. By understanding your own decision-making style, you will have a more informed idea of how effective your decisions are currently and how you can make better decisions in the future. In this Discussion, you will determine whether your own decision-making style supports your current professional practice and future goals.
Required Resources
Managerial Problem Solving and Decision Making
In their roles, managers will encounter problems and will need to make decisions. Not only will this statement be true for anyone in a management position, it will likely be true over and over again throughout a workday and throughout a manager’s career. Solving problems and making decisions are some of the most important skills a manager can possess, and these skills can be developed and strengthened. The following resources focus on problem-solving and decision-making methods, as well as on processes that can be incorporated into managerial practice.
Katopol, P. F. (2015). Groupthink: Group dynamics and the decision-making process. Library Leadership & Management, 30(1), 1-6.
Lussier, R. N. (2017). Management fundamentals: Concepts, applications, & skills development (7th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: CAGE.
Chapter 4, “Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making” (pp. 97-119)
Yates, J. F. (2018). Decision management: A game plan to achieve organizational grand slams. Retrieved from https://www.bus.umich.edu/FacultyResearch/Research/DecisionManagement.html
McNamara, C. (n.d.). Problem-solving and decision making (solving problems and making decisions). Retrieved January 15, 2019, from https://managementhelp.org/personal productivity/problem-solving.htm
To prepare for this Discussion:
• Review this week’s Learning Resources.
• Take the self-assessment on pp. 99–100 of Lussier (2017) to determine your decision-making style. Consider whether you agree with the results of the assessment and how you might leverage this understanding to improve your own approach to work and management of self or others.
Use APA 7th edition citation and references. Respond to the following:
• Do you agree with the outcome of the self-assessment? Why or why not?
• Do you feel that this style is most effective for your current professional practice and future goals? If so, how could you leverage the strengths of this style to make good decisions in your professional life? If you don’t feel this style is most effective for you, how might you change your approach to be more in line with your professional goals?
• As a manager, how might you use the outcome of this self-assessment to improve one thing about your work?
• To support your response, be sure to reference at least two properly cited scholarly sources and include specific examples from your own experience, where applicable.

 

 

Students are required to demonstrate their ability to identify and acc

Students are required to demonstrate their ability to identify and access appropriate and timely scholarly resources associated with social work practice issues. Students must conduct a libraryand internet search for research relevant to a social work topic in which they are interested in order to compile an APA style reference page containing each of the following: a peer reviewed journal from social work, a peer reviewed journal from another discipline, an edited book, a non-edited book, a legitimate local or state website and a legitimate federal website (e.g.,Center for Disease Control). Students must also submit a copy of the abstracts and/or webpage for each source so that professors can assess the quality and relevance of identifiedresearch.1.Demonstrates the ability to identify/Access scholarly resources 2.Conducta Library/Internet search for relevanttopic3.APA style reference page (CONTAINING THEFOLLOWING)a.Peer Reviewed Journals (SOCIAL WORK JOURNALS/OTHERDISCIPLINES)(YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO SECURE AT LEAST ONE EMPIRICALARTICLE)b.Edited book(AT LEAST ONE EDITEDBOOK)c.Non-edited books(AT LEAST ONENON-BOOK)d.Local/State/Federal Websites (LEGITIMATEWEBSITES)e.Abstract or Webpagecopy

 

 

Provide an explanation of how you might respond to the situation with the 15-yea

Provide an explanation of how you might respond to the situation with the 15-year-old boy on the hotline. Include ways your decision may impact the client. Support your position not only with references from the resources, but professional experience, and additional research. How will you address a possible dual-role relationship? Be sure to provide full APA citations for your references.
RESOURCES
Daley, M., R., & Hickman, S. (2011). Dual relations and beyond: Understanding and addressing ethical challenges for rural social work. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 8(1). Retrieved from http://jswve.org/download/2011-1/spr11-daley-hickman-Dual-relationships-and-beyond.pdf
Gonyea, J. L., Wright, D. W., & Earl‐Kulkosky, T. (2014). Navigating dual relationships in rural communities. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 40(1), 125-136.
Halabuza, D. (2014). Guidelines for social workers’ use of social networking websites. Journal Of Social Work Values & Ethics, 11(1), 23-32.
Mattison, M. (2018). Informed consent agreements: Standards of care for digital social work practices. Journal of Social Work Education, 54(2), 227-238.
National Association of Social Workers. (2021). Code of ethics of the National Association of Social Workers. Retrieved from https://www.socialworkers.org/About/Ethics/Code-of-Ethics/Code-of-Ethics-English
Reamer, F. G. (2011, November 30). When bad things happen to good social workers: The perils of ethics mistakes. Social Work Today. Retrieved from http://www.socialworktoday.com/news/eoe_113011.shtml
Reamer, F. G. (2017). Evolving ethical standards in the digital Age. Australian Social Work, 70(2), 148-159.
SCENARIO:
You receive a hotline call at your mental health agency from a client requesting a same-day appointment. You are the only social worker available to work with clients at the time, as your coworker is out of town on vacation for 10 days. A 15-year-old boy struggling with depression (no suicidal ideation) and addiction calls asking for help. While you are gathering information over the phone, you realize that he happens to be the son of a friend. Do you continue the process, planning on providing him with services, or do you refer him to another mental health clinic that is over 30 miles away? Do you make him wait until your coworker returns? Do you contact his parents and tell them he called?
Understanding the significant impact of a dual-role relationship with a client is important in order to avoid harming the client. Further, recognizing the impact on the client and the relationship will assist in the creation of strong professional boundaries. In these situations, a social worker might feel his or her ability to maintain these boundaries is compromised or may even experience a value dilemma due to the existence of dual-role relationships.
Consider the importance of boundaries in a therapeutic relationship. Think about ways a social worker might violate the NASW Code of Ethics as it pertains to dual-role relationships. Is there ever a situation in which dual-role relationships are acceptable, or even preferable?

 

 

Use three credible sources sources to support your statement and include complet

Use three credible sources sources to support your statement and include complete citations for each each (including proper in -text citations and a reference page for work -cited page. Complete a 2 to 3 page (Double spaced) essay using APA guidelines to responding to the prompt below:
” Social work practice is often classified as either micro or macro. Explain what is meant by micro practice and macro practice and why addressing both both micro and macro issues is essential to effective social work practice.”