The indicators of the clientsclient systems strengths and challenges Methods

The indicators of the clientsclient systems strengths

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The indicators of the client’s/client system’s strengths and challenges Methods used to assess trauma Placement options based on assessed level of care The use of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association IIC. INTERVENTION PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION This section of the exam may include questions on the following topics: The principles and techniques of interviewing (e.g., supporting, clarifying, focusing, confronting, validating, feedback, reflecting, language differences, use of interpreters, redirecting) Methods to involve clients/client systems in intervention planning
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2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work | ASWB E18 Cultural considerations in the creation of an intervention plan The criteria used in the selection of intervention/treatment modalities (e.g., client/client system abilities, culture, life stage) The components of intervention, treatment, and service plans Psychotherapies The impact of immigration, refugee, or undocumented status on service delivery Discharge, aftercare, and follow-up planning The phases of intervention and treatment The client's/client system's role in the problem-solving process Problem-solving models and approaches (e.g., brief, solution-focused methods or techniques) Methods to engage and motivate clients/client systems Methods to engage and work with involuntary clients/client systems Methods to obtain and provide feedback The principles of active listening and observation Verbal and nonverbal communication techniques The concept of congruence in communication Limit setting techniques The technique of role play Role modeling techniques Techniques for harm reduction for self and others Methods to teach coping and other self-care skills to clients/client systems Client/client system self-monitoring techniques Methods of conflict resolution Crisis intervention and treatment approaches Theories of trauma-informed care Methods and approaches to trauma-informed care Anger management techniques Stress management techniques Cognitive and behavioral interventions Strengths-based and empowerment strategies and interventions Client/client system contracting and goal-setting techniques Partializing techniques Assertiveness training Task-centered approaches Psychoeducation methods (e.g., acknowledging, supporting, normalizing) Group work techniques and approaches (e.g., developing and managing group processes and cohesion) Family therapy models, interventions, and approaches Couples interventions and treatment approaches Permanency planning Mindfulness and complementary therapeutic approaches Techniques used for follow-up Techniques used to evaluate a client's/client system's progress The indicators of client/client system readiness for termination Consultation approaches (e.g., referrals to specialists) Methods to assess the availability of community resources
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2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work | ASWB E19 III.
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