ScWk 111 - Generalist Practice I - Practice with Individuals and Families - Fall 2013
Time: Wednesdays 12:00 Noon to 2:45 PM
Location: MacQuarrie Hall - Room 322
Supplemental URL: https://sjsu.instructure.com
Knowledge, values, and skills for generalist social work practice using problem-solving methods focus on development of professional relationships, defining issues, collecting data, and assessing individuals and families from diverse backgrounds with their environments (3 units). The course is open to Social Work majors only.
Generalist Practice I is the second course among three required courses in the social work practice sequence. This course is grounded in the liberal arts and the person and environment construct. The course introduces a conceptual framework for generalist practice and uses a range of prevention and intervention methods with systems of smaller sizes (individuals and families) within a transcultural perspective.