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SOWK331. Individual and Families Assessment

This course focuses on integrating skills of the assessment and problem-solving processes with practice principles and interventions for families and individuals. Social work interventions with individuals, small systems, emphasizing families, and groups are introduced through practice modalities. Students learn to apply problem-solving approach, task centered casework, psychosocial model, and behavior modification to individual, families and other small systems. Research, assessment, and intervention are key components of the learning process within this course. Prerequisite: Entrance into the SW program and SOWK 234. Credit, 3 hours. Offered fall semesters in-seat. Offered each semester online.