The second Practice and Skills Lab emphasizes the application of the strengths-based, planned change, generalist model to practice with a variety of small groups, including task groups, treatment groups, support groups, and educational groups. As in Social Work Practice and Skills Lab I, self-awareness, ethics, and cultural competence will continue to be emphasized. Tutorial sessions function as a skills laboratory in which students learn from role playing, observations, audiovisuals, and discussion of examples drawn from child and family services, health care, youth work, and community development settings.
Credit Units: 10
Presentation Pattern: Every semester