Generalist_Practice_-_Chapter_6

Generalist_Practice_-_Chapter_6 - Chapter 6 Steps in the...

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Chapter 6 Steps in the Planning Process 1. Work with your client(s): 2. Prioritize problems – which problem should you work on first? a. Identify with the client the range of problems that are most significant to the client. b. Restate each problem using “explicit behavioral terms.” c. Prioritize the problems in order of their importance to the client. d. Establish an initial agreement with the client regarding the problem you will attend to first. 3. Translate problems into needs. 4. Evaluate levels of intervention – selecting a strategy. a. Focus on the first need you and the client have selected to work on. b. Review the need and consider identifying micro, mezzo, and macro alternative strategies to arrive at a solution. c. Emphasize your client’s strengths when establishing strategies. d. Evaluate the pros and cons of each strategy you have considered with your client. e. Select and pursue the strategy that appears to be most efficient and effective. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course SOC WK 441 taught by Professor Bednarek during the Fall '08 term at Wisconsin.

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Generalist_Practice_-_Chapter_6 - Chapter 6 Steps in the...

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