Explain your interpretation of what occurred in the dialogue, including social work practice or theories, and explain how it might relate to intervention covered this week.

Assignment 2: Application: Process Recordings A process recording is a written tool field education experience students, field instructors, and faculty use to examine the dynamics of social work interactions in time. Process recordings can help in developing and refining interviewing and intervention skills. By conceptualizing and organizing ongoing activities with social work clients, you are… Continue reading Explain your interpretation of what occurred in the dialogue, including social work practice or theories, and explain how it might relate to intervention covered this week.

Explain why this tool will be an effective means of communication for the chosen health topic with the targeted population.

For the third milestone of your final project, submit an overview of the communication tool and media campaign plan. Identify relevant audiences for your media campaign and how you plan to interact with them. Provide the critical information that you need to disseminate to the population at risk (primary audience). Identify other relevant audiences (secondary… Continue reading Explain why this tool will be an effective means of communication for the chosen health topic with the targeted population.

Who determines what queer means?

In this discussion, address the term “queer.” After reading and watching the documentaries, what in your opinion is the meaning of “queer?” Are there variations to the term? Who determines what queer means? This discussion is an exercise to help you learn how to develop your own educated explanations or theory. What makes it “educated” versus uninformed is that you… Continue reading Who determines what queer means?

Explain how your perspective on touch was developed (e.g., via family culture or experiences with friends).

In the helping relationship, the social worker must maintain a balance between flexibility and appropriate boundaries. One such boundary is the use of touch. In social work, touch has long been held as dangerous and taboo. It may be harmful to a client, and it is important to be aware of the client’s past history.… Continue reading Explain how your perspective on touch was developed (e.g., via family culture or experiences with friends).

Describe the population, including demographics and risk factors that determine health in this population.

Read the following attached articles: A Profile in Population Health Management: The Sandra Eskenazi Center for Brain Care Innovation: This Care Model Emphasizes Social, Behavioral, and Environmental Determinants of Health When Treating Dementia Accounting for Accountable Care: Value-Based Population Health Management How Executives’ Expectations and Experiences Shape Population Health Management Strategies Watch the following video:… Continue reading Describe the population, including demographics and risk factors that determine health in this population.

Did completing a holistic analysis of your family influence your conceptualization of family?

While understanding individual development theory is crucial as you prepare to be a counselor, equally important is understanding family development theories and the myriad factors that contribute to family development. Sociologist Evelyn Duvall (1957) identified 8 family life cycle stages based on a traditional definition of family. However, newer versions of this model have emerged… Continue reading Did completing a holistic analysis of your family influence your conceptualization of family?

Explain which stages of family development do/do not apply to your family.

While understanding individual development theory is crucial as you prepare to be a counselor, equally important is understanding family development theories and the myriad factors that contribute to family development. Sociologist Evelyn Duvall (1957) identified 8 family life cycle stages based on a traditional definition of family. However, newer versions of this model have emerged… Continue reading Explain which stages of family development do/do not apply to your family.

What were your reactions to, thoughts about, and/or emotional responses to the experience?

2- to 3-page in which you draw from the assigned resources to critically reflect on the experience of being a minority in a specific situation. Describe the experience. Reflect on the experience and consider: What were your preconceptions or expectations before the experience? What were your reactions to, thoughts about, and/or emotional responses to the… Continue reading What were your reactions to, thoughts about, and/or emotional responses to the experience?

Identify one to two self-care activities that you would find relaxing for each of the following five senses.

When you become stressed, anxious, or overwhelmed in your life, what do you do and where do you go to address the feeling? How do you take care of yourself? The same calming behaviors that you employ now, as a student or simply as a human being, can translate into self-care behaviors you use as… Continue reading Identify one to two self-care activities that you would find relaxing for each of the following five senses.

What did you gain or learn from this experience?

  2- to 3-page in which you draw from the assigned resources to critically reflect on the experience of being a minority in a specific situation. Describe the experience. Reflect on the experience and consider: What were your preconceptions or expectations before the experience? What were your reactions to, thoughts about, and/or emotional responses to… Continue reading What did you gain or learn from this experience?