Basic Intervention Skills in Social Work Practice
This course explores the relationship between social analysis and social work intervention and the importance of viewing work with people in a social, political and economic context. Course content covers social and case analysis, use of self, communication, interviewing and cross-cultural practice issues. There is a strong emphasis on skill development in these areas. Format is participatory and experiential and may include lectures, small group discussions and/or lab work. PREREQ: SWLF 1006/1007 (min. 70%), SOCI 1015EL (min. 60%), PSYC 1105EL (min. 60%) (lec 2, exp 1) cr 6.