SWK6013 Advanced Clinical Practice with Individuals and Families I
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Provides general information concerning course goals, objectives, and requirements for reference only.COURSE DESCRIPTION ¶Clinical Practice I in the second year of the Master's Degree Program builds upon the first year Foundation and HBSE courses. Students develop conceptual, practical, theoretical and ethical frameworks that will inform their casework skills with individuals, families and couples in social service agencies. ¶Specific clinical practice theories are explored for their applicability to a refined assessment of client(s) needs.Students formulate therapeutic interventions based on assessments that include an appreciation of the impact of the social, political and agency context, ethnicity, minority status, gender, sexual orientation,social class and cultural issues,as well as the assessment of the values,ethics and relevant practice research findings on their clients
Backerman, Nancy. (2021), Syllabus, SWK6013 Advanced Clinical Practice with Individuals and Families I, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University.
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