2021-2022 University Catalog 
    
    Feb 05, 2023  
2021-2022 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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SW 660 - Advanced Practice II


This course builds upon the knowledge and skills covered in Advanced Practice I Course (SW 610 ). AdvancedPractice II is designed to increase students’ skills in engagement, assessment, intervention, & evaluation ofindividuals, families, and groups. Skills in written & oral presentation of assessments, treatment plans,interventions and evaluations of service participants are emphasized. Class sessions will focus on specificproblems and intervention models, including loss & grief, cognitive behavioral therapy, strengths-based, andsolution-focused interventions, family treatments, group interventions, integrated behavioral health, emotionalregulation, adversity and spiritual transformation, and developing a professional practice. Specialist advancedpractice and ethical strategies are taught in the classroom,applied in Field Education II, and Field Practicum. Attention to cultural humility and diversity are accentuated.Students will be expected to expand their understanding about working with vulnerable populations,characteristics of vulnerable populations, risk factors, engagement, assessment, interventions with particularpopulations, & evaluation of treatment outcomes. The course assesses Social Work EPAS Competencies 6-9.
Credits: 3



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