Final Social Work Practice IV

Length: Approximately 15 pages (double-spaced)Each response should be between three to five (4-5) pages (typed/double-spaced). Integrate the required, recommended, and other relevant readings. Please use1. Clarity in expression of ideas2. Thoughtfulness of your responses3. Integration of course content and readings4. Originality of your thinkingQUESTION 1: Briefly review the following clinical concepts Discuss (check for the help you need)ed in class: (1) self-disclosure, (2) secondary trauma, and (3) countertransference. Discuss (check for the help you need) your understanding of two of these concepts by providing two relevant case illustrations of your work with an individual, family, or group client.Required references to answer QUESTION 1 :Agass, D. (2002). Countertransference, supervision, and the reflection process. Journal ofSocial Work Practice, 16(2), 125-133. doi: 10.1080/0265053022000033694Braucher, D. (2000). Projective identification: A request for relationship. Clinical Social Work Journal,28(1), 71-84. doi: 10.1023/A:1005163725780Goldstein, E.G. (1994). Self-disclosure in treatment: What therapists do and don?t talk about. ClinicalSocial Work Journal, 22, 417-433. doi: 10.1007/BF02190331Kelley, J.F., & Greene, B. (2010). Diversity within African American female therapists:Variability in clients? expectations and assumptions about the therapist. Psychotherapy:Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 47(2), 186-197. doi: 10.1037/a0019759Nezu, A. (2010). Cultural influences on the process of conducting psychotherapy: Personalreflections of an ethnic minority psychologist. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice,Training, 47(2), 169-176. doi: 10.1037/a0019756______________________________________QUESTION 2:Review three (3) readings related to termination.a. Summarize the readings and apply them to a client (individual, family or group). What do you consider to be the most important aspect in the termination process for your client? What role does the agency assume in this termination process? What could the agency do to make this a better experience for the client?b. Discuss (check for the help you need) the impact of termination on you in relation to your clients, the agency andto the school. Be specific and incorporate relevant literature.Required Reading and references to answer QUESTION 2 :Anthony, S., & Pagano, G. (1998). The therapeutic potential for growth during the termination process.Clinical Social Work Journal, 26 (3), 281-296. doi: 10.1023/A:1022872011238Baum, N. (2005). End-of-year treatment termination: Responses of social work student trainees. BritishJournal of Social Work, 36, 639-656. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bch253Goldfried, M. (2002). A cognitive-behavioral perspective on termination. Journal of PsychotherapyIntegration, 12(3), 364-372. doi: 10.1037/1053-0479.12.3.364Meyer, W. S. (2001). Whey they don?t come back: A clinical perspective on the no-show client. ClinicalSocial Work Journal, 29(4): 325-339. doi: 10.1023/A:1012211112553_______________________________________QUESTION 3:5. Briefly Discuss (check for the help you need) the concept of evidence-based practice. Identify three (3) recent empirical research studies that address an evidence-based practice issue related to the population in your current or past year?s agency. The studies can be either quantitative or qualitative, but must focus on specific research questions or hypotheses, and not on clinical practice literature. Discuss (check for the help you need) your impressions of the strengths and limitations of the studies. How do these studies impact on your way of thinking about working with your clients or working in your agency? Are there any disparities between the way your agency works with this client population and the results of these studies? How would you recommend the staff of your agency use the results of these studies in working with clients? What, if any, further research on the topic of these studies would you recommend?Required Reading and references to answer QUESTION 3:Required readings:Drisko, J.W. (2001). How clinical social workers evaluate practice. Smith Studies in Social Work, 71, (3),417-439. (Hard Copy)Gilgun, J., (1994). A case for case studies in social work research. Social Work, 39(4), 371-380.McBeath, B., Briggs, H.E., Aisenberg, E. (2010). Examining the premises supporting theempirically supported intervention approach to social work practice. Social Work, 55(4), 347-357. doi: 10.1093/sw/55.4.347Mishna, F., Van Wert, M., & Asakura, K. (2013). The best kept secret in social work: Empiricalsupport for contemporary psychodynamic social work practice. Journal of Social WorkPractice: Psychotherapeutic Approaches in Health, Welfare and the Community,27(3), 289-303.Proctor, E. K. (2004). Leverage points for the implementation of evidence-based practice. Brief Treatmentand Crisis Intervention, 4(3), 227. doi: 10.1093/brief-treatment/mhh020Ribner, D. & Knei-Paz, C. (2002). Client?s view of a successful helping relationship. Social Work, 47(4),379-387. doi: 10.1093/sw/47.4.379Shlonsky, A. & Gibbs, L. (2004). Will the real evidence-based practice please stand up? Teaching theprocess of evidence-based practice to the helping professions. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention,4(2), 137-153. doi: 10.1093/brief-treatment/mhh011

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