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The Helping Process

Prof. Emmanuel Ryan P. Francisco,RN,LPT,RSW


Origin of the Problem Solving Process
NAME DESCRIPTION

JOHN DEWEY  Problem Solving behavior is based on reflective


thought that begins with the feeling of doubt or
confusion
 Reflective Thinking
 Steps:
1. Recognizing the difficulty
2. Defining the difficulty
3. Raising suggestion for possible solutions
4. Selecting optimal solution
5. Carrying out solution
Origin of the Problem Solving Process
NAME DESCRIPTION

George Polya  Mathematics Professor


 Steps in Problem Solving:
1. Understanding the problem
2. Devising a plan
3. Carrying out the Plan
4. Evaluation of the Plan
Origin of the Problem Solving Process
NAME DESCRIPTION

Helen Harris Perlman  Originator of Problem Solving Framework


 Social work process is a progressive transaction
between the professional helper ( Social Worker)
and the client.
 Problem Solving Operations:
1. STUDY
2. DIAGNOSIS
3. TREATMENT
THE SOCIAL WORK HELPING PROCESS
SOCIAL WORK HELPING PROCESS

1. ASSEMENT BEGINNING PHASE

2. PLANNING

3. INTERVENTION OR PLAN MIDDLE PHASE / INTERVENTION PHASE


IMPLEMENTATION

4. EVALUATION ENDING PHASE

5. TERMINATION
FLORENCE HOLLIS ROBERT D. VINTER ARTHUR DUNHAM
CASE WORK PROCESS GROUPWORK COMMUNITY ORGANIZING

1. Define the general nature of the 1. Intake 1. Recognizing the problem


problem presented

2. Psychological study ( connecting to 2. Diagnosis and treatment Planning 2. Analysis of the problem or
personality theories) ASSESSMENT

3. Diagnosis and formulation of 3. Group composition and formation 3. Planning or consideration of the
treatment plan action to be taken

4. Treatment 4. Group Development and Treatment 4. Action – is the execution of plans


and initiation of services

5. Evaluation 5. Evaluation 5. Evaluation

6. Termination 6. Termination