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Respond to two colleagues:

Identify a barrier that might make it difficult to implement the solution-focused model with the client described.
Discuss how a social worker could help a client re-focus on the present, rather than on their past.

Colleague 1
Discussion - Week 9
COLLAPSE
This quarter being my first field placement but due to COVID-19 all onsite field experience was suspended in March and not being able to utilize a case study. I chose to use the case of Tiffani Bradley to complete this week's discussion.

The presenting problem

In this case Tiffani, a 16-year-old Caucasian female, has a history of running away due to past experiences of emotional, physical, mental and sexual trauma. Court mandated to reside at a group home but now upon discharge Tiffani is showing some ambivalence on her next place of residence. 

From the list of solution-focused questions on page 520 (e.g., exception questions, coping questions, scalin

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conversations with their clients, families, groups, or even community members facilitate their thinking about solutions. The client is always the expert, and therefore social workers ask questions to explore how the client perceives the problem and situation.

Social workers may use solution-focused questions such as the miracle question. For example, Suppose you woke up one morning and by some miracle everything you ever wanted, everything good you could ever imagine for yourself, had actually happenedyour life had turned out exactly the way you wanted it. What would be different in your life? When clients are asked this, it forces them to reflect on what they want or would like to achieve. By projecting themselves into the future, clients are more likely to imagine what is possible rather than focusing on the past and their failures. This allows for the possibility of developing solutions.

In this Discussion, you apply the solution-focused model and solution-focused ques

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Respond to two colleagues who selected a case study different from yours:

Compare and contrast the article you selected with your colleagues article in terms of how they might inform appropriateness for use with the identified client.
Explain how reviewing the different studies presented in this Discussion influenced your decision about whether you would use the therapy, given various evidence for the different treatment modalities.



  Colleague 1

      DBT Intervention

Article: Piloting a Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Infused Skills Group in a Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP)


Briefly paraphrase, in 2 to 3 sentences, the methodological context (i.e., research method, how data was collected, and the instruments used) of the study and the findings.


    In this article a four-week skills group intervention program used the DBT model included one therapy group and a contr

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Respond to two colleagues:

Discuss how you would use the data collected by your colleague to guide the next step in the planned change process or to inform future work with clients.
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RE: Discussion - Week 5
COLLAPSE
    Reflect on your fieldwork experience, and identify a case where it would have been beneficial to employ resiliency theory:

        I have not done my fieldwork experience in my MSW I am doing that is this summer but for undergraduate in my Human Services program my fieldwork experience was working with k-5 graders in our before and after school program and working with first graders learning to read. A case where it would have been beneficial to employ resiliency theory was with our ELA learner's (early language learners).

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Respond to at least two colleagues:

Compare your response with your colleagues. Identify any insights you gained from your peers response.
Discuss whether or how to address values related to the development and use of a specific theory when working with clients.


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Freuds Psychoanalytical Theory

Freuds psychoanalytical theory basically stated that women have less strongly developed superegos. (Auld, F., Hyman, M., & Rudzinski, D. 2005. p. 219.) With the development of the Id, Ego and Superego, Freud looked into how behavior and personality is developed. According to Freud, women are more passive and men are somewhat more rigid in their application of moral rules. (Auld, F., Hyman, M., & Rudzinski, D. 2005. p. 219) Freud also introduced the idea of Penis Envy stating that women are envious of men and view men as being better.

Is Psychoanalytical Theory Appropriate for Women?

I do feel that some parts of the psychoan

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Respond to at least two colleagues:

Compare your response with your colleagues. Identify any insights you gained from your peers response.
Discuss whether or how to address values related to the development and use of a specific theory when working with clients.


Colleague  1

Freuds Psychoanalytical Theory

Freuds psychoanalytical theory basically stated that women have less strongly developed superegos. (Auld, F., Hyman, M., & Rudzinski, D. 2005. p. 219.) With the development of the Id, Ego and Superego, Freud looked into how behavior and personality is developed. According to Freud, women are more passive and men are somewhat more rigid in their application of moral rules. (Auld, F., Hyman, M., & Rudzinski, D. 2005. p. 219) Freud also introduced the idea of Penis Envy stating that women are envious of men and view men as being better.

Is Psychoanalytical Theory Appropriate for Women?

I do feel that some parts of the psychoan

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Respond to at least two colleagues:

Compare your response with your colleagues. Identify any insights you gained from your peers response.
Discuss whether or how to address values related to the development and use of a specific theory when working with clients.


Colleague  1

Freuds Psychoanalytical Theory

Freuds psychoanalytical theory basically stated that women have less strongly developed superegos. (Auld, F., Hyman, M., & Rudzinski, D. 2005. p. 219.) With the development of the Id, Ego and Superego, Freud looked into how behavior and personality is developed. According to Freud, women are more passive and men are somewhat more rigid in their application of moral rules. (Auld, F., Hyman, M., & Rudzinski, D. 2005. p. 219) Freud also introduced the idea of Penis Envy stating that women are envious of men and view men as being better.

Is Psychoanalytical Theory Appropriate for Women?

I do feel that some parts of the psychoan

Any topic (writer’s choice)

Respond to at least two colleagues:

Compare your response with your colleagues. Identify any insights you gained from your peers response.
Discuss whether or how to address values related to the development and use of a specific theory when working with clients.


Colleague  1

Freuds Psychoanalytical Theory

Freuds psychoanalytical theory basically stated that women have less strongly developed superegos. (Auld, F., Hyman, M., & Rudzinski, D. 2005. p. 219.) With the development of the Id, Ego and Superego, Freud looked into how behavior and personality is developed. According to Freud, women are more passive and men are somewhat more rigid in their application of moral rules. (Auld, F., Hyman, M., & Rudzinski, D. 2005. p. 219) Freud also introduced the idea of Penis Envy stating that women are envious of men and view men as being better.

Is Psychoanalytical Theory Appropriate for Women?

I do feel that some parts of the psychoan

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you have read, theory guides the conceptualization of the clients problem and how social workers assess and intervene relative to the problem. However, theory can also shape the self-reflective questions social workers ask themselves. Clients often come to social workers under stress or distress. This then affects how the social worker responds and thus the client-social worker relationship. As a result, Foley, Nash, and Munford (2009) employed attachment theory as a lens in which to view the reflective process itself and to gain greater understanding and empathy for what each social worker within each unique social work-client relationship can access of that relationship for reflection (pp. 44).

This week, you will apply attachment theory to the case study you chose in Week 2. In other words, your theoretical orientationor lensis attachment theory as you analyze the case study.

To prepare:

Review the same case study you selected from last weeks Assignment. (Rememb

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you have read, theory guides the conceptualization of the clients problem and how social workers assess and intervene relative to the problem. However, theory can also shape the self-reflective questions social workers ask themselves. Clients often come to social workers under stress or distress. This then affects how the social worker responds and thus the client-social worker relationship. As a result, Foley, Nash, and Munford (2009) employed attachment theory as a lens in which to view the reflective process itself and to gain greater understanding and empathy for what each social worker within each unique social work-client relationship can access of that relationship for reflection (pp. 44).

This week, you will apply attachment theory to the case study you chose in Week 2. In other words, your theoretical orientationor lensis attachment theory as you analyze the case study.

To prepare:

Review the same case study you selected from last weeks Assignment. (Rememb
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