Personal Reflection: My Goal As A Social Worker

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My goal as a social worker is to ensure the best quality of services for clients. I personally felt that this certain aspect of services needed evaluation due to the outcome treatment was having on the clients. At times this population of clients was struggling in their treatment more than other clients. The treatment team would evaluate treatment progress and if the client continued not to make any progress they would then decide if treatment was terminated. They would say the client is “not a good fit for the program”. I personally struggled with this. I did not think it was fair to the clients because I truly believed we could have been working together more effectively to assure the clients were receiving the best treatment. I discussed my concern with my supervisor and asked for clarification on why treatment for this population was organized the way it was. My supervisor explained that it could very well be something they need to look into and work on. He …show more content…
These experiences have impacted me in a positive way. The Master’s in social work program will continue to do so and provide the necessary skills, knowledge and tools I require in order to become a social worker and accomplish my goals. I have dedicated my life in making sure my dreams would turn into reality. I made a choice that I was going to succeed, and I want nothing more, but an opportunity to continue to do so. I will contribute my drive, strength of mind, determination and my overall personality to every facet of this program. Academically, I will continue to do great in all of my classes. I will use my life experiences to inspire me to push myself further. I am determined to succeed in a career that I feel blissful doing every single day. I am extremely fortunate to have found a career that will continuously inspire me and help me become both the woman and professional I aspire to

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