Lecture 10 (Powerpoint)

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Lecture 10 Social Work Processes
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Learning outcomes To understand the importance of ‘relationship’ in the change process To explore a four-stage process model of social work practice To review assessment, planning, intervention, and, review and evaluation
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The Essence of the ‘Relationship’ (Biestek, 1961) Refers to the casework relationship ‘The relationship has been called the soul of casework, while the process of study, diagnosis, and treatment have been called the body’ (p. 18). Social worker-client relationship versus friendship Source: Biestek, F. P. (1961) The Casework Relationship , London: Allen and Unwin.
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Seven Principles in Relationship (Biestek, 1961) 1) Individualization 2) Purposeful expression of feelings 3) Controlled emotional involvement 4) Acceptance 5) Non-judgmental attitude 6) Client self-determination 7) Confidentiality
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A Linear Approach to the Social Work Process 1. Assessment 2. Planning 3. Intervention 4. Review and evaluation
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A Cyclical Approach to the Social Work Process Intervention Assessment Review and Evaluation Planning
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Aims of this Model (Parker, 2007) To help people to help themselves (problem-solving) To promote change at all levels Source: Parker, J. (2007) ‘The process of social work: Assessment,
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course SOWK 1002 taught by Professor Chiu during the Spring '10 term at HKU.

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