Read the case scenario below.Apply 5 terms to the case.You are to select 5 of the terms that are listed below and apply/explain the evidence of, or lack thereof for each of the 5 terms that you selected. You are to explain what happened and what should have happened in regard to your 5 selected terms. (5 points) Active Listening – Active listening is a social work interview technique that helps clients feel heard and understood. During active listening, you use mirroring techniques to paraphrase and reflect back to a client what he or she has just said. Assumption – Something taken to be true without testing of proof. Evidence Based Practice Definition: A technique or method that has been shown through experience and research to reliably lead to a desirable result. The term implies that this technique or method is more efficient and/or effective at delivering a desired outcome than any other technique or method. Collaboration – Collaboration is an interprofessional process of communication and decision making that enables shared knowledge and skills in health care providers to synergistically influence the ways service user/patient care and the broader community health services are provided. Empowerment – The social work literature views the empowerment process, whether at the individual, group, or community level, as involving clients’ movement from feelings of helplessness to a sense of control over their behaviors and events in their lives. Rapport-building – The first task is to establish rapport, or a harmonious relationship in which there is mutual understanding and connection. One way to establish rapport is through use of empathy, or the capacity to fully grasp, experience, and share in another person’s emotional state. Reflective Listening – Reflective listening is a communication strategy involving two key steps: seeking to understand a speaker’s idea, then offering the idea back to the speaker, to confirm the idea has been understood correctly. Use of Self/Self-disclosure – Self-disclosure is simply defined as the revelation of personal rather than professional information about the therapist to the client. Sometimes self-disclosure can be appropriate and sometimes it is not. Professional boundaries – As with all professions, social workers are expected to uphold key boundaries to protect themselves, their clients and the organization they work These boundaries are meant to ensure that relationships between social workers and clients remain professional, even when working on very personal and difficult issues. Transference – Transference describes a situation where the feelings, desires, and expectations of one person are redirected and applied to another person. Most commonly, transference refers to a therapeutic setting, where a person in therapy may apply certain feelings or emotions toward the therapist. Countertransference – Countertransference, which occurs when a therapist transfers emotion to a person in therapy, is often a reaction to transference, a phenomenon in which the person in treatment redirects feelings for others onto the therapist. Competence – Scope of practice protects both the health care provider and the patient by providing boundaries to the provider’s individual practice. … The individual also has a responsibility in determining and understanding what is within their scope of practice-based on regulations put forth by these governing bodies. When additional knowledge and skills are required to address clients’ needs, the clinical social worker shall seek appropriate training, supervision, or consultation, or refer the client to a professional with the appropriate expertise. Clinical social workers shall limit the scope of their practice to those clients for whom they have the knowledge, skill, and resources to serve. They shall be accountable for all aspects of their professional judgment, behavior, and decisions. Meeting the client where they are: Meeting the client ‘where they’re at’ means that you don’t just give a 1-size-fits-all approach or put your own agenda on a client. Instead, we are encouraged to constantly assess what the child and family need and want throughout treatment and adjust our interventions accordingly. Projection – Psychological projection is a defense mechanism people subconsciously employ in order to cope with difficult feelings or emotions. Psychological projection involves projecting undesirable feelings or emotions onto someone else, rather than admitting to or dealing with the unwanted feelings. Religion – The belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods. “Case scenario: Marion”Marion is a 16-year-old honors student. She discovered that she is pregnant and feels she would be better off running away than being a teenage mom. Marion was born to teenage parents, so she knows they will never allow her to have an abortion. Marion went to see the school social worker to talk about her situation. The social worker did not educate Marion on the different options she had in regard to her pregnancy. However, Marion stated that she “wanted to abort her pregnancy”. If her parents would not allow her to have the abortion, she reported that she “might run away”. The social worker is all too familiar with this feeling as she too once was a pregnant teenager. The school social worker reported that she had an abortion when she was a teenager and although does not regret the decision, feels it is still not right for this young student. The school social worker reported that her principles are now supported by her religious beliefs. The school social worker shared her personal story with Marion and has used herself as an example as to why Marion cannot/should not have an abortion. The school social worker has reported that she knows Marion will regret it. The school social worker started contacting adoption agencies in order to gain information about the process while Marion was in her office. The school social worker stated that it is important to have the adoption information on hand when they tell Marion’s parents that she is pregnant. Marion becomes visually distraught and runs out of the school social workers office in tears screaming “I knew I couldn’t trust you! I can’t trust any adults!”You are to respond to at least one student’s post this week. After you submit your own assignment, you will comment on 1 other blog entry. You will address your colleagues’ questions or expand on their posts. At least 50 words of feedback/response required.
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