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SW 335 notes 10-4-16 and 10-6-16

by: Sydney Anderson

SW 335 notes 10-4-16 and 10-6-16 SW 335

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Ms. Buford's notes for Social Work Practice I
Social Work Practice I
Buford, Jennifer Lynn
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sydney Anderson on Sunday October 9, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SW 335 at University of Mississippi taught by Buford, Jennifer Lynn in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Social Work Practice I in Social Work at University of Mississippi.


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Date Created: 10/09/16
10-4-16 Roles of social worker: ● Broker (connecting people to resources) ● Advocate (speaking for disadvantaged person/group’s needs) ● Case manager ● Mediator (settling a dispute) ● Facilitator (conducting a group session) 10-6-16 ● Affective acceptance: accepting and valuing those who belong to different cultural groups ● Rankism: Abusing the power of your rank (social worker has position of status in relation to client) ● Don’t label a victim, villain, and rescuer in a case ● Active listening: ○ Inviting ○ Listening ○ Reflecting ● Minimize attention to your own experiences (only self-disclose if it is for client’s benefit) ● Concentrate on client ● Work to understand; defer problem-solving ● Purposes of effective listening ○ Gather info ○ Reduce client’s tension ○ Encourage client to express themselves ○ Enhance your value to client ○ Contribute to positive change ● Common errors ○ Using too many of client’s words (appear to be mimicking/mocking them) ○ Repeating same lead-in phrase ○ Trying to be clever or profound ○ Responding only to facts or feelings, not both ○ Interrupting


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