YFM2100 Working with Families

Course Overview

Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Dana Knighten

Course Description:

In Social Work with Families students will examine client problems within the context of the person and environment with specific attention to the family settings. Students will strengthen engagement, assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation as they apply to work with children and families and the systems that impact them.

How This Course Benefits Students:

In Social Work with Families students will examine client problems within the context of the person and environment with specific attention to the family settings. Students will strengthen engagement, assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation as they apply to work with children and families and the systems that impact them.

Why This Course Is Important:

Students will be able to demonstrate a clear understanding of the nature of professional social work and the unique role of the social worker in the helping process.