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REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR Hide 3 replies (3 unread) 18 days ago Monique Holsey WALDEN INSTRUCTOR MANAGER RE: Discussion - Week 6
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COLLAPSE Hide 2 replies (2 unread) 17 days ago AMILCAR RAMIREZ RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE Hide 1 reply (1 unread) 17 days ago Monique Holsey WALDEN INSTRUCTOR MANAGER RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE 19 days ago Julian Marsh RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE Hide 5 replies 19 days ago Monique Holsey WALDEN INSTRUCTOR MANAGER RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE 19 days ago AMILCAR RAMIREZ RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE
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16 days ago Charmaine Mitchell RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE Julian, Practicing professionalism is very important. Reamer states, “like all professionals, social workers should constantly seek ways to strengthen and upgrade their knowledge and skills throughout their careers” (2010, para. 12). This means that a social worker should not only rely on their education obtained during school and enhance their skills by continuously engaging in CEU’s. Reamer, F. G. (2010). The limits of professional competence. Social Work Today. Retrieved from: REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR 16 days ago Sakiya Darden RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE Your response was very informative Julian. I agree being diverse is very important, it allows client to feel more engaged and open to letting us know more about them. Another area I would add be the understanding of human relationship. Respecting some one as an individual and as a client, and understanding their needs will be a great contribution to growing human relationships. REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR 16 days ago Alexis Underwood
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RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE Julian, I always enjoy reading your post. I agree, professionalism does require committing yourself to obtain knowledge to apply when working with clients to help solve their problems. An additional example of professionalism would include engaging in career-long learning in order to better help show professional demeanor in behavior, appearance, and communication. A social worker communicates a lot so it is important to be professional in the way they speak to clients and others. REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR 19 days ago Monique Holsey WALDEN INSTRUCTOR MANAGER RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE 19 days ago Martha Atabongakeng RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE Hide 1 reply 15 days ago Monique Holsey WALDEN INSTRUCTOR MANAGER RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE
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Martha, Diversity is very important and relates cultural competence as highlighted in your post. Dr. Hyman REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR 19 days ago Alisha Lassiter RE: Discussion - Week 6 COLLAPSE According to The NASW Code of Ethics (Standard 1.04), “social workers should represent themselves as competent only within the boundaries of their education, training, license, certification, consultation received, supervised experience, or other relevant professional experience”.
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