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Supervising Social Work Staff in their Work with Families
This presentation will examine how gerontological and family social work intersect. Various methods of assessing the strengths, limitations and needs of clients’ family support systems will be analyzed. The presenter will lead supervisees in practicing effective ways of communicating with families and mediating conflicts between clients and their family members. Finally, suggestions about how to support supervisees in applying culturally competent and racially equitable approaches to working with older clients and families will be covered.
Supervising Social Work Staff in their Work with Families may be taken individually or as part of the 10 training modules for which the enrollee may earn the online SLA Certificate
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