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Harriet Bartlett
Help people identify and resolve problems arising out of disequilibrium between individuals, groups, and the environment, and to seek out and strenghten maximum potential of individuals.
Eda Goldstein
Help people find the means and opportunity by which they can work out, find alternatives for and deal with internal interpersonal, and environmental conditions.
William Gordon
Match coping capacities of the individual and qualities of the environment to enhance individual potential and relieve environmental problems.
Gordon Hamilton
Release resources in the immediate environment and capacities of the individaul that allow for a fuller life.
Helen Perlman
Help individuals effectively cope with social functioning problems.
Mary Woods and Florence Hollis
Help people cope with intrapsychic, interpersonal, and environmental problems that cause personal suffering
Common Elements among Social Work Theorists. Goals
Central purposes are to help people resolve problems, improve social functioning, achieve desired change, fulfill self defined aspirations.
Common Elements among Social Work Theorists. Focus
Centrality of the person in situation.
Common Elements among Social Work Theorists. Problems
Stress internal psychological processes, external social and environmental condtions, and the interplay between them.
Common Elements among Social Work Theorists. Social functioning
Focus on social functioning and role expectations, emphasizing the right of individuals to define their roles and to meet their requirements in unique, self determined ways.
Common Elements among Social Work Theorists. Values
All hold similar basic values: worth of individual; right of individuals to have access to services and opportunity to fulfill potential without regard to race, class, gender, sexual orientation; self determination, confidentiality.
Client Population
Refer to the group served by a specific agency or to the universe of clients served by all branches of social work. The profession has come to serve an increasingly diverse client population with a widening variety of personal and social problems.
The common elements in social work practice is that various social work methods are employed to serve individuals. The issues that are susceptible to social work methods include:
Predictable life crises, disruptions in the economy and Job Market, economic deprivation, racism, hommphoobia, etc
The common elements in social work practice is that various social work methods are employed to serve individuals. The issues that are susceptible to social work methods include:
Decrease public support is available for most social and mental health services. Service problems are exacerbated by the growth of managed care organizations and their emphasis on limiting costs and services in response to contemporary reductions in helath care allocations.
The common elements in social work practice is that various social work methods are employed to serve individuals. The issues that are susceptible to social work methods include:
The growing use of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), brief psychotherapy technigques and crisis intervention owe much tothe expansion of managed care
The common elements in social work practice is that various social work methods are employed to serve individuals. The issues that are susceptible to social work methods include:
Increase in people coming to the attention of social agencies with problems such as teenage pregnancy and mothering AIDS, substance abuse and addictions. family violence, crime, unemployment immigrations, homelessness.
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of How People Change. Psychological Theory
Psychodynamic, behavioral, cognitive,etc
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of How People Change. locus of change (Center or Source)
Individual, Couple, Family, Social System, interactional
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of How People Change.
Personality Change, Behavioral Cahnge, Social system change, etc.
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of length of time needed to accomplish goals.
Those with a focus on personality change need extended periods for treatment (Open ended, long term treatment)
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of length of time needed to accomplish goals.
Those with a focus on behavioral, cognitive change or problem solving emphasize shorter term treatment (crisis intervention, task centered treatment, cognitve, problem solving, behavioral)
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of Focus of assessment
Intrapsychic dynamics, strengths, and problems (Psychodynamic)
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of Focus of assessment
Interpersonal dynamics, strengths, and problems (Psychosocial, family systems
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of Focus of assessment
Environmental strengths and problems.
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of Focus of assessment
The intersection and interaction of intrapsychic, interpersonal, and environmental factors (life model or ecological)
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of The Treatment Relationship
Therapeutic relationship is seen as the main vehicle for promoting change and providing support. Transference and contertransference dynamics are considered in psyodynamic model.
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of treatment relationship
Workers's role is ally teacher, coach. A here and now view of the client worker relationship in behavioral, cognitive, or crisis intervention models
Variations in these approaches are based upon different views of similarities among approaches
Use of relationship in some form, some process of assessment, treatment plans and goal setting, and a means of evaluationg treatment.
Mary Woods and Florence Hollis
Help People cope with Intrapsychic, Interpersonal, and environmental problems that cause personal suffering
Helen Perlman
Help Individuals effectively cope with social functioning problems
Gordon Hamilton
Release or provice resources in the immediate environment becasue it will provide an opportunity for individuals to have a fuller life.
William E.Gordon
Match coping capacity of the individual and qualities of the environment to enhance individual potential and relieve environmental problems
William E. Gordon
To relieve environmental problems and enhance individual potential. Matching coping capacity of the individaul with the qualities of the environment.
Eda Goldstein
Help people find the means or opportunity to deal with internal, interpersonal, and environmental conditions.
Harriet Bartlett
Identify and resolve problems arising out of disequilbrium between individuals, groups, and the environment and to maximize potential of individuals.
Goals --Common Elements among Social Work Theorists
Achieve change/ fulfill aspirations, resolve problems, improve social functioning
Focus --Common Elements among Social Work Theorists
Person in situation
Problems --Common Elements among Social Work Theorists
STRESS Internal psychological process, external social and environmental conditions, and interplay between them
Social Functioning --Common Elements among Social Work Theorists
How individuals define their role, meet their requirements in a self determined way. or role expectations
Values --Common Elements among Social Work Theorists
All hold similar basic values, Self determination, Confidentiality, Worth of Individual.
Identify, Resolve, Disequilbrium
Harriet Bartlett
Coping Capacity and Environment
William Gordon
Coping, think of
Think of William
Release / provide Resources
Gordon Hamilton
Means, Opportunity, Conditions
Eda Goldstein
Helping People Cope, Dealing with Personal Issues
Mary Woods and Flourence Hollis
Managed Care Organizations emphasize
Limited Cost Spending and Reduce Health Care Allocation
MCO's use
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Brief Psycho therapy techniques, Criss Intervention
Serve Many more severly disturbed clients
Community Based Agencies
Schizophrenia, Major Depression, Bipolar with Psychotic features
Common Diagnoses that Community based Agencies serve is
1. How People Change,
2. Length of time need to accomplish goals
3. Focus of assessment
4. The Treatment Rlationship
Variations in these approaches are based upon:
1. Theory---What Theory
2. Mode of Change- Individual, Couple, Social System, interactional
3. Goal of Change-- Personality, behavioral change. etc
How People Change
Those with a focus on personality change need extended periods for treatment (Open ended, long term treatment
Length of time needed to accomplish goals
Those with a focus on behavioral, cognitve change or problem solving emphasize shorter term treatment(Crisis intervention, task centered treatment, cognitive, problem solving, behavioral
Length of time needed to accomplish goals
Intrapsychic dynamics, strengths, and problems (Psychodynamic
Focus of Assessment
Interpersonal dynamics, strengths, and problems (Psychosococial, family systems)
Focus of Assessment
Environmental strenghts and problems
Focus of Assessment
The intersection and interation of intrapsychic, interpersonal, and environmental factors (life model or ecological)
Focus of Assessment
Therapeutic relationship is seen as the main vehicle for promoting change and providing support. Transference and countertransference dynamic are considered in a psychodynamic model
The treatment relationship
Workers role, is teacher, coach, etc. A here and now view of the client-worker, relationship in behavioral, cognitive or crisis intervention models.
The treatment relationship
Some clinical diagnoses have well accepted treatment technologies specific to the symptomatolgoy. For example
Some phobias are treated with desnitization and behavior modification.
Some clinical diagnoses have well accepted treatment technologies specific to the symptomatolgoy. For example
Some forms of depression ans schizophrenia with psychotropic drugs and ego supportive psychotherapy
Social Work practice approach is seldom based only on clinical diagnosis of the clinical diagnosis of the patient.
Different theoretical approaches affect the method of treatment.