Introduction to social work

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Introduction to social work (Case study) Ghida will graduate with a degree in psychology this spring, her grades are good enough to get her into a Masters program in England, but she does not feel ready. Ghida has had no work experience and even after her time in college she feels unprepared to continue her education alone abroad. Her plan is to stay in Lebanon for another year and gain some work experience. However, she has had little encouragement from her peers and family, they all insist that there is no employment for students with a degree in psychology. Undeterred by their pessimistic attitude Ghida decides she can not rely on them for guidance. She has enjoyed her courses and they have enriched her knowledge of human development. She is sure she wants to continue her Masters in this domain, but first she wants to give her degree a practical dimension by working. Ghida was not discouraged by her family and friends. She did realize however that she should seek information from a better informed
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