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Social work Licensing Exam
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10 Standards to cultural competence
Professional Education, Language Diversity, Ethics and Values, Empowerment and Advocacy, Diverse Workforce, Cross-Cultural knowledge, Cross-Cultural Leadership, Self-Awareness, Service Delivery
Acroynm for 10 Standards of Cultural Competence
a group of seperate but interrelated units, or elements, that form an indentifiable whole
Something that all systems have
Must be complete for a clinical licensure
complete at least two years of post- MSW practice experience under the supervision of a licensed clincal social worker
Meaning of approaching social work form an empowerment perspective means
finding ways to help cliennts take control by making their own decisions and determining the best course of action for themselves
Circular or mutual causality
A systems theory that explains a persons behavior.
The Council on Social Work Education
Verifies that you meet the criteria defined by various CSWE accredited programs.
Make it possible to distinguish the parts that belong in the systems from those that do not belong.
Baccalaureate Social Work
BSW and MSW are programs that are accredited by who?
The Council on Social Work Education
A social worker or other helping professional or a group of helpers whose purpose is to facilitate improvement
Who is affected by the changes in the focal system or in a a related subsystem or social environment
The systems and subsystems with which it interacts.
Council on Social Work Education
Refers to behaviors, knowledge, skills, and attitudes that allow social workers to respond effectivelt across cultures
in relation to social work practice, it means helping clients gain power over their lives
Examples of Urban and Rural settings
Public and private mental health centers, communit centers, courts, prisons, schools, and public welfare offices, the military, hospitals, and nursing homes, businesses, and child welfare offices.
determined by the social worker's point of focus
General Systems Theory (Ludwig von Bertalanffy;1971)
Described the functioning of living systems, including the human body. Systems within the human body are connected to each other. The failure of one human system often affects the functioning of other systems and of the body as a whole
Doctor of Social Work
Doctor of Philosphy
conducting research on social problems and their solutions, engage in policy analysis and legislative advocacy, administer programs, and organize people to fight for change
direct services to individuals, families, and small groups
Mondros and Wilson's description of empowerment
a pyschological state- a sense of competence, control, and entitlement that allows one to persue concrete activities aimed at becoming powerful
multiple causes; some causes are individual, whereas others are societal or structural in nature
Graduate Social Work
MSW and BSW level socal workers engage in what type of practice
Micro and Macro Practice
Focus on the needs of empowerment of people who are vulnerable, oppressed, and living in poverty.
Individuals problems are addressed in combination with the social context and work to change the environment so that it functions more effectively for individuals, families, and communities.
Problems that Social Workers address
Drug and alcohol abuse, mental and physical illness, poverty, violence, lack of community power, family conflicts, workplace tensions, discrimination, oppression, and inadequate housing,etc
Every part of a system is a so related to its fellow parts that a change in one part will cause a change in al of them in the total system
The Diversity Perspective
A theoretical framework that emphasizes the incredible diversity of social workers and their clients
To be empowered
people must believe that they are capable of doing thingd for themselves, gaining increases control over their lives, and influencing events and situations that affect their lives
Strengths of perspective
recognizing the strengths that are inherent in individuals, groups, and communities, and using these strengths as building blocks for change.
The Ecological Systems Framework
Builds on general systems theory
- It goes beyond looking at the systems that make up the client's sphere to focus on the intersection of client's systems and the larger environmental context.
- The ecological framework rest on the life model which views people and their environments as reacting to and changing in response to each other
-This view requires an understanding of the nature of interactions and tranctions between people and their surroundings
-The focus is on the interface, which is what happens between people and the environment
Meaning of using systems perspective
looking at people in relation to all the systems in their environment that affect them
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