and relationships Systemic institutionalized discrimination eg racism sexism

And relationships systemic institutionalized

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and relationships Systemic (institutionalized) discrimination (e.g., racism, sexism, ageism) The principles of culturally competent social work practice Sexual orientation concepts Gender and gender identity concepts The impact of social institutions on society The effect of poverty on individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities The impact of the environment (e.g., social, physical, cultural, political, economic) on individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities Person-in-Environment (PIE) theory Social and economic justice Criminal justice systems The effects of life events, stressors, and crises on individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities The impact of the political environment on policy-making II. ASSESSMENT IIA. BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL HISTORY AND COLLATERAL DATA This section of the exam may include questions on the following topics: The components of a biopsychosocial assessment The components and function of the mental status examination Biopsychosocial responses to illness and disability Biopsychosocial factors related to mental health The indicators of psychosocial stress Basic medical terminology The indicators of mental and emotional illness throughout the lifespan The types of information available from other sources (e.g., agency, employment, medical, psychological, legal, or school records) IIB. ASSESSMENT METHODS AND TECHNIQUES This section of the exam may include questions on the following topics: The factors and processes used in problem formulation Methods of involving clients/client systems in problem identification (e.g., gathering collateral information) Techniques and instruments used to assess clients/client systems Methods to incorporate the results of psychological and educational tests into assessment Communication theories and styles The concept of congruence in communication
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2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work | ASWB E3 Risk assessment methods Methods to assess the client's/client system's strengths, resources, and challenges (e.g., individual, family, group, organization, community) The indicators of motivation, resistance, and readiness to change Methods to assess motivation, resistance, and readiness to change Methods to assess the client’s/client system’s communication skills Methods to assess the client’s/client system’s coping abilities 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 effects of addiction and substance abuse on individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities The indicators of addiction and substance abuse Co-occurring disorders and conditions The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association The indicators of behavioral dysfunction The indicators of somatization The indicators of feigning illness Common psychotropic and non-psychotropic prescriptions and over-the-counter
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