Social Worker Reflective Essay

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I chose social work as my major because I love the idea of helping someone and making a difference in their life. Even though, being a social worker can be a challenging job it is up to us to change the world and provide help to people. Social workers have the responsibility to help those incapable of helping themselves and bring knowledge to people that unsure or uninformed to certain situations. While, taking Introduction to Social Work I learned that social workers are needed everywhere, whether it is in a hospital, aiding to mental and disable, schools, or department of human resources. This course opened my eyes to the do’s and don’ts of being a social worker. It taught me on how not to mix my personal morals and values with my job. As …show more content…
As a social worker this class really opened my eyes to see how careful and attentive you have to be as a social worker because it is very easily to get your license suspended or revoked. Mrs. Hewes taught us majority of everything you need to know about being a social worker such as: the pay (might not be that great, but it is about the enjoyment you receive from helping someone), attachment (working with a client a long time you might become attach but it is about not stepping over boundaries), and different places where you can work. While taking this course I enjoyed interviewing a social worker and get her point of views as social worker. I appreciated the fact that she had explained to me a great client interaction she had which impacted her client life forever. As a social worker I feel it is important to help, informed and provide any necessity a person needs for them to become more successful in their lives and that is what Introduction to Social Work taught me. I want to be able to make changes in somebody life that they will carry with them for the rest of their

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