Prerequisites: SOWK 3331. The second in the three-course sequence, this course builds on the foundation interviewing and client-system assessment skills by introducing students to various intervention skills to be used with individuals, groups, communities, and in family-centered practice. The focus is on generalist practice utilizing problem-solving and solution-focused techniques. Skills learned in this course are integrated with actual practice experience through the SOWK 4541 Field Experience I and SOWK 4212 Field Seminar I. Three credit hours.
- Course credit hours: 3