3. What type of bank risk would worry you the most as an account holder? How should the bank protect itself against that risk? (2-4 sentences. 1.0 points)
4.1. Which species in the simulation is capable of nitrogen fixation? Cyanobacteria. 4.2. Members of which species in the simulation are commonly known as “water fleas”? Daphnia 5.1. Briefly describe what happens in the simulation when phytoplankton die. 7.1. Based on your sampling, what do Bosmina in the lake eat? Green Algae. 7.2. Based on your sampling, what do Daphnia in the lake eat? Green Algae. 7.3. Based on your sampling, what do Trout in the lake eat? Daphnia and Bosmina. 8.1. After reading the above statement, did you miss any species in your gut content sampling? If so, which ones?
Empowerment Theory The NASW (2008) states that primary mission of the social work profession incorporates, empowering people who are vulnerable, oppressed and living in poverty. East & Roll (2015) indicates the empowerment theory is efficient in
Empowerment and a strengths perspective which support the development of innate abilities and recognize differences in a positive manner are also helping social workers increase the individual client’s capacity to learn to use his or her own systems constructively
Critical Analysis of Three Psychotherapy Approaches: Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Therapy, and Psychodynamic Therapy Midterm SWG 598 Bridge I Introduction As social workers, it is our responsibility to use the most effective method of practice to engage our clients, assess their situation, and help them create goals that will produce positive outcomes. Every client will present a unique set of challenges; therefore, the social worker must be careful in choosing an approach that will meet the client’s needs, compliment the skills of the therapist and are in line with the agency’s mission. According to Robert and Watkins (2009), psychotherapy is a therapeutic interaction between a trained therapist and a client that is
Assignment 026 – Understand How to Safeguard the Well-being of Children and Young People. Task A – Briefing notes/Report/Presentation for new workers. This is a report which has been created to introduce new childcare practitioners to safeguarding within a childcare setting. This will help new practitioners to understand current legislations within the
With a master 's level education in social work, I see myself envisioning clients’ health and well-being. As a student, I will study and practice techniques, beyond a generalist perspective, that will allow me to give clients hope and the ability to see something greater than what they are facing. Upon completion of a Master of Social Work direct practice degree and certificates in gerontology and mental health programs, I intend to become a licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I will competently incorporate specialized skills in different professional settings while developing my knowledge of a wide range of social issues and professional standards. With commitment, I wish to develop skills that will enable me to create or find hidden resources and services for my future clients, create platforms through counselling for victims of trauma.
2.3 Assignment Danny Goldberg argues in "The Government Should Not Restrict Media Marketed to Children” that FTC regulation on media is affecting the entertainment industry’s profits on production of violent media content. The specific bill introduced is the Media Marketing Accountability Act of 2001. He believes that there should not be
Erik, I reviewed the IMMI2015 proposed Certificate and have the following questions? • The 2012 Certificate, Schedule of Benefits wording states for Treatment Outside US and Canada & for Treatment within US and Canada. The proposed wording states Outside US and Inside the US. o Should the proposed wording include the
ADS 222 Assignment 5 The elements I would be sure to include in my plan are rationale, objectives, practical considerations, procedures, and evaluation. These are the 5 general areas that go into forming a group proposal and I would want to make sure that I follow them all. I would make sure my rationale for the group makes sense because this is the main part of the proposal. It’s the place where I would describe why I want to develop a group and if it isn’t clear what I am trying to get across, it may not be approved. Objectives are very important because it’s your goals for the group, it’s the things you want to accomplish in the group. The goals need to be measurable and attainable though because if they aren’t, they can’t really be considered
The authors of this analysis aspire to practice in three very different areas of social work in the future, including private practice, education, and the criminal justice field,
If an assessment is reliable, its results are stable and relatively true (Whiston, 2009). Utilizing the BDI-FastScreen will provide a true and stable assessment of depression in the participants. The authors of the BDI-FastScreen based its reliability on four patient groups used as normative samples (Whiston & Eder, 2003). The test manual for the BDI-FastScreen supplied limited information on the assessment's reliability, however, the coefficient alphas for the four groups were .86; .85; .88; and .86 (Hennessey & Pallone, 2003). To gauge the assessment's test-retest reliability in my study, participants will be assessed with the BDI-FastScreen upon becoming participants in the study, after six weeks, and after twelve weeks of support group participation. This will ensure the test is a reliable indication of the participants' levels of
Social Work is a discipline that can be a very rewarding experience for both the worker and the client. The practice involves working with individuals, families, or groups who are struggling to cope with life`s challenges. The social worker must combine his or her personal qualities, creative abilities, and social
The IMPACT program (Improving Mood – Providing Access to Collaborative Treatment) serves as the largest treatment trial for depression to date. During this trial, researches followed nearly 1,800 depressed adults from 18 different primary care facilities around the nation. After a randomized assignment, half of the patients received psychiatric care for depression in cohesion with their primary care doctor, while the other half received treatment following a collaborative care, or IMPACT, model approach. After the trial, those receiving collaborative care on average reported a 50% reduction in symptoms, compared to traditional care, with a reported 17% reduction in symptoms. (AIMS Center). Based on the trial, this treatment plan was deemed
Post-Reflection on Social Justice and Transformation Introduction Before beginning the Master of Social Work program at Laurier I figured I had a strong understanding of what social work was. However, I quickly learned that I had only scratched the surface. I knew oppression existed, but I never understood the depth of it. I now know that I was afraid of it. It was easy for me to stay silent, because it was such a comfortable position to be in. Doing nothing meant I had nothing to lose and everything to gain. This was influenced by the privilege I had.