Methods to engage and motivate clientsclient systems Methods to engage and work

Methods to engage and motivate clientsclient systems

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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 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
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2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work | ASWB E12 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 The impact of out-of-home displacement (e.g., natural disaster, homelessness, immigration) on clients/client systems Permanency planning Mindfulness and complementary therapeutic approaches The components of case management Techniques used for follow-up The elements of a case presentation Methods to develop and evaluate measurable objectives for client/client system intervention, treatment, and/or service plans Techniques used to evaluate a client's/client system's progress Primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention strategies The indicators of client/client system readiness for termination Methods, techniques, and instruments used to evaluate social work practice Evidence-based practice Case recording for practice evaluation or supervision Consultation approaches (e.g., referrals to specialists) The process of interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary team collaboration The basic terminology of professions other than social work (e.g., legal, educational) The principles of case recording, documentation, and management of practice records IIIB. INTERVENTION PROCESSES AND TECHNIQUES FOR USE WITH LARGER SYSTEMS This section of the exam may include questions on the following topics: Methods to establish program objectives and outcomes Methods to assess the availability of community resources Methods of service delivery Theories and methods of advocacy for policies, services, and resources to meet clients'/client systems' needs Methods to create, implement, and evaluate policies and procedures that minimize risk for individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities Concepts of social policy development and analysis
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