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ARUN PAUL, MPHIL, MG UNIVERSITY, KOTTAYAM

Humanitarian Profession Emerged in twentieth century Social Worker: Dedicated to help others to help themselves NASW Defines: the professional Activity of helping individuals, groups, or communities enhance or restore their capacity for social functioning and creating societal conditions favorable to that goal.

PRIMARY MISSION ACCORDING TO NASW: to enhance human well-being and help meet the basic human needs of all-people with particular attention to the needs and empowerment of people who are vulnerable, oppressed and living in poverty"

Katherine Lenroof, chief of the Federal Childrens Bureau Material security through economic and political organization Emotional security through personal and social adjustment. Social justice through fair and ordered relationships between groups, with adequate opportunities for all groups. Social achievement through collective endeavor. Spiritual power through philosophical or religious thoughts.

To solve psycho social problems To fulfill humanitarian needs, To solve adjustmental problems, To create self-sufficiency, Strengthening and making harmonious social relations, Make provision of corrective and recreation services,

Develop democratic values Bring change in social system for social development, Provide socio-legal aid.

Providing a worthy frame of reference for the profession. 1915 MARY RICHMOND The American Association of Social workers NASW SIX VALUES

The Social Workers Conduct and Compartment as a Social Worker. The Social Workers ethical responsibility to Clients. The Social Workers ethical responsibility to Colleagues. The Social Workers ethical responsibility to Employers and Employing Organization. The Social Workers ethical responsibility to Social Work Profession. The Social Workers ethical responsibility to Society.

ACCEPTANCE AFFIRMING INDIVIDUALITY NON-JUDGEMENTALISM COOMUNICATION SOCIAL FUNCTIONING SELF DETERMINATION CONFIDENTIALITY MEANINGFUL RELATIONSHIP

PRIMARY-FACE TO FACE INTERVETION


CASE WORK GROUP WORK COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION

SECONDARY
SOCIAL ACTION SOCIAL WELFARE ADMININSTRATION SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH

family and childrens services; health and rehabilitation; mental health; occupational social work; housing; community development;

information and referral; income maintenance; ageing, or gerontological social work; education, or school social work Social Work in corrections.

Traditional Practice Methods Multi-method Approach Generalist Practice Approach Specialist Practice Approach

What is a Skill?
the ability to use knowledge effectively and readily in execution or performance.

Basic Helping skills Engagement Skills Observation Skills Communication Skills Empathy Skills Resistance Intervention Skills Assessment Skills Documentation Skills

DuBois, B. & Miley, K.K. SOCIAL WORK: AN EMPOWERING PROFESSION, Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1992, pp. 135-141. Morales, Armando. SOCIAL WORK: A PROFESSION OF MANY FACES: Allyn and Bacon- 6th ed. 1992. Miley, Karla Krogsrud, Michael O'Melia and Brenda L. DuBois. GENERALIST SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE: AN EMPOWERING APPROACH. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1995. Bhattacharya, Sanjay. SOCIAL WORK: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH. New Delhi: Deep & Deep Publications Pvt. Ltd., 2008.