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Latoya A. WaySOC-38610/13/18Deborah WilsonCase Study AnalysisFostering Recovery through Task-Centered PracticeThe theoretical PerspectivesThe strength-based perspective is the first perspective reflected in the case study. The focus is more on the internal strengths of the clients and there is a belief that the clients are capable of helping themselves and they just need a coach. It is mentioned in the article that recovery is about understanding one's strengths and moving forward with the help of those strengths. These strengths can actually help the clients to build a personal model of resilience. They are made to think positively and this helps them to overcome their current state. Another perspective which can be applied is the Empowerment Theory which proposes that change in one's attitudes and beliefs can make a person go on the positive path (Turner &Maschi, 2015). Once a person changes the way he/she thinks, the person will be able to produce a lot of significant change. The therapist needs to honour the personal choices of the clients but also help them make these choices more effectively. The competencies and behavioural practices utilized by the social workerThe first competency utilized by the social worker is Engagement in which professional relationships are developed when using task-centered interventions. Without