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medications and their side effects IIC. CONCEPTS OF ABUSE AND NEGLECT This section of the exam may include questions on the following topics: Indicators and dynamics of abuse and neglect throughout the lifespan The effects of physical, sexual, and psychological abuse on individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities The indicators, dynamics, and impact of exploitation across the lifespan (e.g., financial, immigration status, sexual trafficking) The characteristics of perpetrators of abuse, neglect, and exploitation III. INTERVENTIONS WITH CLIENTS/CLIENT SYSTEMS IIIA. INDICATORS AND EFFECTS OF CRISIS AND CHANGE This section of the exam may include questions on the following topics: The impact of out-of-home placement (e.g., hospitalization, foster care, residential care, criminal justice system) on clients/client systems The impact of stress, trauma, and violence Theories of trauma-informed care Crisis intervention theories The indicators of traumatic stress and violence The impact of out-of-home displacement (e.g., natural disaster, homelessness, immigration) on clients/client systems The indicators and risk factors of the client's/client system's danger to self and others Methods and approaches to trauma-informed care The impact of caregiving on families The dynamics and effects of loss, separation, and grief
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2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work | ASWB E4 IIIB. INTERVENTION PROCESSES AND TECHNIQUES 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 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 principles and techniques for building and maintaining a helping relationship 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 Limit setting techniques The technique of role play Role modeling techniques Methods to obtain sensitive information (e.g., substance abuse, sexual abuse) Techniques for harm reduction for self and others Methods to teach coping and other self-care skills to clients/client systems
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