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Such “placebo effects” signiﬁcantly affect client outcomes (M. J. Lambert, 1992). Social workers commonly encourage hope and serve as examples to others through our positive attitudes and enthusiasm. Model and Technique Factors: The theoretical approaches or models, change strategies, intervention techniques, and practice protocols adopted in the process of helping. When combined, expectancy and model/technique factors account for about the same amount of client outcome impact as do relationship factors (M.
Harm may come to clients or others affected by our policies, programs, and practices. Indeed, some clients may lose their lives due to social workers’ negligence or incompetence. Because a few social workers lack professionalism, employers may become reluctant to hire others. The stature of the profession may decline, and funding sources may become less inclined to support social services in general. Because the stakes are so high, social workers are obligated—personally, morally, ethically, and legally—to reﬂect high standards of professionalism in all aspects of our service activities.
They, along with the policies of NASW and CSWE, contribute to the maintenance of a common social work knowledge base. In addition to sophisticated knowledge and skill, social workers must believe that they can make a difference. 2 ASWB Content Areas: Bachelor’s Examination I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. 30 Human Development and Behavior in the Environment—14% i. Theoretical approaches to understanding individuals, families, groups, communities, and organizations ii. Human growth and development iii.
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