Application of The Generalist Model.

This work is one for the assessment of competence No. 9 and has the objective of demonstrating the application of the general intervention model in the different phases, in Social Work. Competency 9: Evaluate professional practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. Social work professionals understand that evaluation is a component of the dynamic and interactive process of social work practice with diverse individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. They recognize the importance of process and outcome evaluation to improve effectiveness in practice, policy, and service delivery. They understand, evaluate, and critically apply theories of human behavior and social environment in the evaluation process. They understand the qualitative and quantitative methods to evaluate the results and the effectiveness of the practice. Choose a situation attended to in your Practice Center. It can be an individual case or a group intervention.
Work guide: I. Induction Phase that includes: a. Description of the establishment of the professional relationship. [How the initial contacts, the gathering of relevant information, and contract negotiation were made]. b. Summary of the general data of the case or group. [The name of the participant (s) is omitted to safeguard the principle of confidentiality]. c. Family genogram. [The graph includes all the data that are necessary to understand the situations that the family has faced as well as the type of affective interactions between the members]. II. Social Weighting Phase: a. The weighting of the case, group, or community is presented, including a description of the participant, factors present, identification of the problem or need, and the strengths and weaknesses identified. b. Create an eco-map of the situation. c. Identify the conceptual or theoretical framework that helps explain the identified problem. III. Targeted Intervention Phase: a. Present the work plan designed for intervention: with all the components of a plan (goals, objectives, activities, strategies or techniques, resources, evaluation, calendar, or time). How did you determine which were the most appropriate techniques to handle this situation? b. Describe how the implementation of your plan flowed, mention what changes if any, you had to integrate into the process. How did the participant responses to this phase? Which technique (s) used had the most impact on the participant? IV. Completion phase: a. How did you plan this phase? [Applies to closing or transfer.] b. How did you handle or plan to handle the termination of your professional relationship? c. How did the participant handle this phase? What feelings surfaced and how did you handle them? If it hasn’t happened, what do you anticipate might happen and how do you plan to handle it? d. Evaluate achievements of the client system in the intervention process and the obstacles in this process. – Achievements are considered to have been achieved if, for example, among other things: 1. The established plan was fulfilled. 2. There was receptivity in the help process. 3. Most or most of the goals were met. 4. The client’s compliance with the service offered can be identified. – Obstacles are considered if, for example, among other things: 1. Client absences from coordinated appointments are identified. 2. Little receptivity of the participant to the help process is identified. 3. Default of the client. 4. Lack of delivery of documentation required for services. V. Self-assessment: a. How do you evaluate your professional intervention: what were your successes and mistakes? – By successes, it must be understood and evaluated if, for example, among other things: 1. The situation was described with the correct theoretical bases. 2. A work plan was established and carried out in a fair and realistic time. 3. Real and achievable goals and objectives were designed by the client. 4. Relevant strategies or techniques were justified and used. – Due to mistakes, it must be understood and evaluated if, for example, among other things: 1. Student was delayed in establishing the work plan. 2. Breach of a coordinated service. 3. Application of the wrong theory. 4. Little availability for the participant. 5. Incomplete files. b. Share how you felt, what ideas or concerns you faced in the different phases, and how you handle them.

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