SWP 341 Transformative Social Work Practices

Building upon conceptual frameworks that inform social work practice, the course develops strategies, approaches and skills that reflect an anti-oppression perspective. Specific attention is given to centering the person in all interventive approaches; addressing issues of difference and power; drawing on people’s strengths and understandings; solidarity building; addressing resistance; and developing critical consciousness. Specific skills will include: active listening, reframing, open-ended questions, advocacy, reflexivity. Lect: 3 hrs. Prerequisites: SWP 130 and SWP 131 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1




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