The dignity and worth of the person is a key idea in social work that acknowledges the inherent value and potential of every human being, despite their history, their circumstances, or their experiences. This principle recognizes the inherent value and […]
About task-centered practice Task-centered practice is a form of social work practice that focuses on problem-solving and accomplishing quantifiable objectives with clients. It is a short-term, goal-oriented strategy that stresses client engagement in issue identification and resolution. The methodology is […]
About the Strength-based Approach A strength-based approach is a concept or viewpoint that emphasizes recognizing and utilizing a client’s strengths and good traits rather than concentrating on their flaws or issues. This method emphasizes building on what a person can […]
About Trauma-informed practice Trauma-informed practice is a method of assisting traumatized clients acknowledge the impact of trauma on their life and strive to create a safe and supportive environment for healing and rehabilitation. This approach understands that trauma may have […]
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