NASW Standards-CulturallyCompetentPractice

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NASW Standards for Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice From Standard 1. Ethics and Values—Social workers shall function in accordance with the values, ethics,  and standards of the profession, recognizing how personal and professional values may conflict with  or accommodate the needs of diverse clients. Standard 2. Self-Awareness—Social workers shall seek to develop an understanding of their own  personal, cultural values and beliefs as one way of appreciating the importance of multicultural  identities in the lives of people. Standard 3. Cross-Cultural Knowledge—Social workers shall have and continue to develop  specialized knowledge and understanding about the history, traditions, values, family systems, and  artistic expressions of major client groups that they serve. Standard 4. Cross-Cultural Skills—Social workers shall use appropriate methodological approaches, 
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