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Literature Review

   Things to know: The best literature reviews are not individual summaries of articles; rather, they are a combined synthesis. In scholarly writing, to synthesize means to bring various ideas and pieces of information together. In this “bringing together,” new comparisons are drawn and new meanings derived. So, even though you are reporting on information in four different articles, you are also molding that information […]

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need sunday

Throughout this course, you have learned about the signs and symptoms of mental illness and how mental illness affects the forensic population. Now it is time to tie it all together with interventions, along with how mental illness can affect recidivism. This assignment will help you to understand best practices when working with someone with a mental illness in the forensic population and how to […]

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wiki project

Scope of the Issue, Define the extent or scope of the issue by offering specific current statistics of the broader issue. Explain which populations may be most affected and whether or not the family your group created for this project matches the typical family addressing this issue. 

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SOCW6090 WK6

Discussion: Applying Differential Diagnosis to Depressive and Bipolar Disorders What is it truly like to have a mental illness? By considering clients’ lived experiences, a social worker becomes more empathetic and therefore better equipped to treat them. In this Discussion, you analyze a case study focused on a depressive disorder or bipolar disorder using the steps of differential diagnosis. To prepare: View the TED Talk “Depression, […]

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What is the hypothesis?

   Post your description of the hypothesis’s function in the research process. Then, share the hypothesis you have generated for your research question. Identify the independent and dependent variables in your hypothesis. Research question:  I would like to know why so many people who live with mental illness are not treated.   In my research project, the problem that I am focusing on is mental illness,  […]

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Discussions

Using the textbook attached answer the following.  Discussion 1- Chapter 2 1. Write down the first three steps of the scientific method. Think of a broad topic that you are interested in, and which would make a good sociological study—for example, ethnic diversity in a college, homecoming rituals, athletic scholarships, or teen driving. Now, take that topic through the first steps of the process. For […]

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2 Part Project

Part 1: How are family, culture, and diversity portrayed in the Media?- This assignment aims to examine diversity, culture, family carefully, etc., behavior as portrayed in the media using the knowledge they have gained throughout the course. This activity asks you to analyze a representative sampling of TV programs portraying families, following the guidelines below. Observe the two families from GEORGE LOPEZ & FRESH PRINCE […]

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2 Part Project

Part 1: How are family, culture, and diversity portrayed in the Media?- This assignment aims to examine diversity, culture, family carefully, etc., behavior as portrayed in the media using the knowledge they have gained throughout the course. This activity asks you to analyze a representative sampling of TV programs portraying families, following the guidelines below. Observe the two families from GEORGE LOPEZ & FRESH PRINCE […]

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Medical Ethics Discussion – Health care

All discussion postings must be at least 300 words in length and written in paragraph format using APA 7th edition (including in-text citations and a reference list). Use the MEAL plan (Main idea, Evidence, Analysis, and Link (conclusion)) to structure your post. The topic of discussion:  Some consider fair access to health care a moral right, while others disagree. We have defined the term moral right […]

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Discussion

 The brain continues to develop in adolescence, not reaching the full functioning of an adult brain until the person is in their 20s. Because the brain is still maturing, development of areas related to impulse control, emotions, and risk are not complete at this stage. As such, adolescents cannot fully process the consequences of their actions and often act instinctively. This can lead them to […]

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Reflection

  Instructions Submit a brief (1 to 2 paragraph) reflection of the scores of the Self Care Assessment and the Professional Quality of Life Scale. Guidelines Please explain the way these scales impacted the development of your self-care plan.  Consider this reflective writing to be the first entry into a document that you will continue to update each week with your self-care reflections. This will […]

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Mindfulness in Social Work

  Based on the week’s readings of mindfulness practices and podcast on self care, students will begin to examine their current use of mindfulness and self care practices. Through a discussion board submission, students will explore what aspects of mindfulness and self care they currently use in their personal and/or professional life, 2 specific ways mindfulness can improve self care, 3 specific reasons mindfulness is […]

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Childhood Memory

  Students will identify an item that represents their childhood and elicits a response of childhood memories (food, toy, tv show, place, song). Practicing emotional awareness and mindfulness techniques as currently explored in this course, students will bring awareness to any triggered reactions the childhood item elicits, such as; what emotions arose for you?  What, if any, critical cognitions arose for you? What body sensations […]

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Schedule for your self-care activities and practices

  Instructions Submit the schedule for your self-care activities and practices  (first self-care reflection is due next week). Those in the healing professions are susceptible to burn-out, secondary trauma, and vicarious trauma.  Clinical social workers must be mindful of how these issues impact ourselves, our families and friends, and  our clients.  If we are burnout and lack empathy or experience trauma vicariously through our clients, […]

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