Prerequisites: "C" or better in SW 2100 AND SW 3110 AND Full major status in Social Work.
This social work practice course introduces students to knowledge, values, and skills essential for generalist social work practice. This course focuses on the integration of theory, methods, and skills as they apply to practice with groups. This course provides students with an in-depth examination of treatment and task groups utilizing an ecosystem developmental framework. This course emphasizes the problem-solving process included in planning, preparing, conducting, and evaluating the effectiveness of treatment and task groups. This course also gives special attention to understanding, affirming, and respecting people of diverse backgrounds.