A Look at the Strenghts Perspective.
When understanding the client that you are working with, the social worker must look at all of the problems and the environment the person has experienced. Instead of looking at the weakness your client may have, you must focus on the strengths they have and help on building the strengths they have and help on building the strengths that they already have. You must avoid putting yourself above the client and not use words or language they may not understand.
"Most Individual problems are social problems caused by social and/or economic injustice"
The first thing a social worker needs t…
- A Look at the Strenghts Perspective.
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