Self-Evaluation and Termination and Progress of the Client (Coursework Sample)
two sources other than book. answer 27 questions for chapter 14 and 15 together that is home work. Journal set 3 # 7 is five questions to answer and they are 1.emerging strength based practice 2. critical thinking 3 professional identity 4 is transfer of learning and 5 is systems perspective. also one page paper weekly theme is termination and evaluation of client progress. there are two pages of instructions please read them I can not have errs. I have given you examples as well of work you have done for me in the past.
This is basically 2 papers: paper 1 - homework (chapter 14,15 - 27 questions) and paper 2 is journal set 3 #7 (chapter 10) - 5 questions: all is attached.
Self-Evaluation and Termination and Progress of the Client
SEMINAR II JOURNAL FORMAT
I Emerging Strengths-Based Practice
I administered therapeutic program to help the client to address her problems and to reach the ending stage of our therapeutic relationship. The client has been suffering from chronic depression. As a social worker intern, I have been assisting the client since I started addressing her issues. She had completed the treatment program, and now I believe that Diane (the client) can end the program. I remain committed to ensure that the ending is done for our benefit. I will give her my contacts so that in case there is any issue or she wants to see me, she can call me. I will take the next one month to prepare her termination as it indicated in my treatment plan. What is required here is to focus on interaction and communication with client and facilitate positive change happen to her.
II Emerging Critical Thinking Skills
After interacting with the client for few days ago, I still realize that depression still affects her. As I prepare her to terminate the therapeutic treatment program, I see that the client is unwilling to leave the program. I realize that the client is still experiencing certain issues that still disturb her. Therefore, my recommendation here is that I will let the client continues receiving treatment until her issues are solved effectively (Anonymous author). I will also work together with her family members to understand issues still affecting the client at home. I cannot terminate treatment program when the client still suffers.
III Emerging Professional Identity
Serving as a social work intern is what gives me professional identity at the workplace. I respect and enjoy my work. I like giving assistance to client she requires to address their problems. I know Diane has been suffering and the problem is not completely resolved; thus her treatment program cannot be terminated at this time. I will provide professional guidance and continue complying with the termination policy of the organization to ensure that the client gets appropriate treatment (Anonymous author). Helping Diane and other clients to address their issues is what give me professional identity for my work.
IV Emerging Transfer of Learning
What I learned in class at college has given me knowledge and skills of how to interact, administer issues affecting clients, to determine appropriate programs for addressing the identified problems, provide support they need and understand when termination of treatment is appropriate (Anonymous author). Skills and knowledge I learned in class has helped me to understand when termination is effective. I have been able to transfer my knowledge and skills on how to create and manage treatment plan.
V Emerging Systems Perspective
Based on system perspective, it is important for social workers and interns to ensure that termination process is conducted appropriately and professionally without terminating treatment process while the clients still require services (Anonymous author). Termination should be done professionally and ethically, and this should be done by following termination policies of the organization.
CHAPTER 14 – SELF-EVALUATION
Describe what it means to be a good employee?
To be a good employee means that an employee has qualities that make him or her asset of the organization (Rosenberg, 2009). A good employee is a worker who is self-motivated and willingly takes responsibility without being pushed, and who is hard working, team player, effective learner and interested to learn new things, perform efficient work, honest, assisting others, ethical, polite, punctual and disciplined, avoid gossiping, and get along with people.
What personal qualities ...
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