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Knowledge of methods to assess motivation, resistance, and readiness to change 67. Knowledge of problem-solving models and approaches 68. Knowledge of methods to involve clients/client systems in intervention planning 69. Knowledge of cultural considerations in the creation of an intervention plan 70. Knowledge of methods to assess clients'/client systems' communication skills 71. Knowledge of client/client system competence and self-determination (e.g., financial decisions, treatment decisions, emancipation, age of consent, permanency planning) 72. Knowledge of client/client system self-monitoring techniques 73. Knowledge of the components of a biopsychosocial assessment 74. Knowledge of methods to assess ego strengths 75. Knowledge of methods to assess clients'/client systems' coping abilities 76. Knowledge of the indicators of behavioral dysfunction 77. Knowledge of the indicators of addiction and substance abuse 78. Knowledge of the indicators of somatization
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2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work | ASWB B15 79. Knowledge of the indicators of feigning illness 80. Knowledge of the indicators of mental and emotional illness throughout the lifespan 81. Knowledge of co-occurring disorders and conditions 82. Knowledge of the indicators of clients'/client systems' strengths and challenges 83. Knowledge of factors influencing self-image (e.g., culture, race, religion/spirituality, age, disability, trauma) 84. Knowledge of body image and its impact (e.g., identity, self-esteem, relationships, habits) 85. Knowledge of biopsychosocial responses to illness and disability 86. Knowledge of symptoms of neurologic and organic disorders 87. Knowledge of biopsychosocial factors related to mental health 88. Knowledge of sexual orientation concepts 89. Knowledge of gender and gender identity concepts 90. Knowledge of the indicators of sexual dysfunction 91. Knowledge of the effects of life events, stressors, and crises on individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities 92. Knowledge of crisis intervention theories 93. Knowledge of methods used to assess trauma 94. Knowledge of the indicators of traumatic stress and violence 95. Knowledge of the impact of domestic, intimate partner, and other violence on the helping relationship 96. Knowledge of the dynamics of interpersonal relationships 97. Knowledge of the impact of the political environment on policymaking 98. Knowledge of placement options based on assessed level of care 99. Knowledge of the impact of out-of-home placement (e.g., hospitalization, foster care, residential care, criminal justice system) on clients/client systems 100. Knowledge of the impact of out-of-home displacement (e.g., natural disaster, homelessness, immigration) on clients/client systems 101. Knowledge of the criteria used in the selection of intervention/treatment modalities (e.g., client/client system abilities, culture, life stage) 102. Knowledge of the components of intervention, treatment, and service plans 103. Knowledge of discharge, aftercare, and follow-up planning 104. Knowledge of the indicators of client/client system readiness for termination 105. Knowledge of methods to create, implement, and evaluate policies and procedures
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