swrk220 | undergraduate
Professional And Ethical Behaviors For Social Work Practice
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Introduction to Personal Ethics and the Counselor as a Person and a Professional
- Describe the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics.
- Describe ethical decision-making for social work practice.
- Determine the role of the social worker in an ethical, helping relationship.
- Describe the implementation of evidence-based interventions.
Multicultural Perspectives and Diversity Issues
- Describe the cultural values, beliefs, and assumptions of helping professionals and their clients.
- Identify the limitations of cultural tunnel vision, stereotypes, and racism.
- Explain the importance of cultural diversity for social work practitioners.
Client Rights, Counselor Responsibilities, and Legal Considerations
- Identify ethical issues related to informed consent, case note documentation, recordkeeping, and online therapy.
- Describe the concept of malpractice, liability, and risk management.
- Explain ethical considerations for special groups.
Professional Competence, Training, and Ethical Supervision
- Determine professional competence and training for ethical social work practice.
- Identify issues in social work practice theory.
Ethical Issues in Couples, Family Therapy, Group Work, Community, and Social Justice Perspectives
- Describe ethical social work practice for couples and family therapy.
- Describe ethical social work practice for groups.
- Explain the ethics of social policies for social work practice for marginalized groups.
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