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ReferenceKubany, ES 2004, 'Trauma Assessment Inventories', Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests in Print, EBSCOhostWeek 9 Discussion 1 Peer Feedback 2Good Evening AprilGreat post! You had a different perspective based on Abdel’s struggle for employment. Utilizing the Working Styles Assessment (WSA) would be a great instrument to assist in matching up to eight work styles that Abdel can pursue. However I would also like to recommend the Workplace Skills Survey (WSS). The WSS is designed to provide 'information regarding basic work ethics and employment skills similar as the WSA.(Industrial Psychology International, 1998) Even though WSS only matches to six workstyles the scores can also be used for adult education and training programs that can also contribute to Abdel employment search. (Industrial Psychology International, 1998)ReferenceIndustrial Psychology International, L 1998, 'Workplace Skills Survey', Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests in Print, EBSCOhostWeek 9 Discussion 2 Peer Feedback 1Hello Vickie
Frustration and sense of failure are definitely two potential negative emotions that a social worker could have during the termination phase. However to overcome these obstacles I would recommend self-reflecting and to discuss with a trusted supervisor or colleague in which would help the social worker engage in self-correction.(Kirst-Ashman,2015) I would also recommend completing some self-care techniques. A social worker with continuing frustration could increase to stress and burn outReferenceKirst-Ashman, K. K., & Hull, G. H. Jr. (2015). Understanding generalist practice (6th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage LearningWeek 9 Discussion 2 Peer Feedback 2Hello FallonAs a social worker concern and doubt can be a potential negative emotion when termination occurs. You tend to question your efforts in providing service, but in all what you are doing is self-reflecting. I would also recommend having a discussion with a trusted supervisor or colleague in which would help a social worker engage in self-correction.(Kirst-Ashman,2015)ReferenceKirst-Ashman, K. K., & Hull, G. H. Jr. (2015). Understanding generalist practice (6th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning