Doing so can alleviate some potential boundary crossings that can have an

Doing so can alleviate some potential boundary

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Doing so can alleviate some potential boundary crossings that can have an adverse effect on the social worker and the client. The social worker, in my opinion, addressed the concern with Angela appropriately. It appears that Angela was more focused on her relationship with the facilitator than she was on her healing progress. Thus, Angela’s unwillingness to fully participate in the group could have influenced others to not engage. Center for Economic and Social Justice. (n.d.). Defining economic justice and social justice. Retrieved from March 19, 2018, from Reamer, F. G. (2003). Boundary issues in social work: Managing dual relationships. Social Work, 48 (1), 121-133. REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR Hide 2 replies (1 unread) 6 days ago Danielle Smith
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RE: Discussion 1 - Week 4 COLLAPSE Charmaine, One strategy the social worker could of used to address Angela's traumatic experiences in life would of been referring her to some domestic violence centers within her community. I believe this would of been more support systems that she would of benefited from and it could of also been positive in her aspect that she have more one on one time with her counselor or social worker. REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR 6 days ago Sakiya Darden RE: Discussion 1 - Week 4 COLLAPSE 9 days ago ANDRELL BAXTER RE: Discussion 1 - Week 4 COLLAPSE Hide 5 replies (4 unread) 7 days ago LaToya Lang RE: Discussion 1 - Week 4 COLLAPSE 7 days ago Charmaine Mitchell RE: Discussion 1 - Week 4
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COLLAPSE Trauma-focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), has proven to be effective in improving depression and PTSD in children and adolescents who have been sexually and physically abused. Esther, Anthony, Judith, Melissa, and Robert, (2011) noted that TF-CBT also assisted with enhancing parenting skills. Brenna can benefit from this in that she will be able to address the trauma she’s experienced as well as enhance her parenting skills as a new mother. You pointed out that Brenna will need assistance with obtaining employment and learning to balance work and being a mother. This too is important as it will teach her responsibility and she will be able to meet the basic needs of her child and herself. Esther, D., Anthony P., M., Judith A., C., Melissa K., R., & Robert A., S. (2011). TRAUMA-FOCUSED COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR CHILDREN: IMPACT OF THE TRAUMA NARRATIVE AND TREATMENT LENGTH. Depression And Anxiety, (1), 67. doi:10.1002/da.20744 REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR Hide 1 reply (1 unread) 6 days ago AMILCAR RAMIREZ RE: Discussion 1 - Week 4 COLLAPSE 6 days ago Sakiya Darden RE: Discussion 1 - Week 4 COLLAPSE 5 days ago Paulita Edmondson RE: Discussion 1 - Week 4
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COLLAPSE 9 days ago Tamara Bruno RE: Discussion 1 - Week 4 COLLAPSE In the case study of Brenna there were multiple opportunities that arose for the social worker to assist and fulfill social and economic justice. In the case study the social worker documented "Brenna struggled with feelings of inadequacy, low self-esteem, loneliness, and powerlessness" (Plumber, p. 32). For the precipitative justice concept Brenna stressed the need for a stable living environment for her and her
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