Course develops skills for effective social work practice within dynamic and multifaceted mental health settings. Substantive areas include role play, research informed practice and practice informed research, and reflective/reflexive practice. The primary goal is to produce practitioners capable of influencing mental health related practice paradigms, programs, services, interventions, and policies
Note: This course qualifies as a Practice Elective.
Course had been offered as a Special Topics course in social work, and was successful in the curriculum. It is being proposed now as permanent course.
Course will be added to the 1920 Graduate Bulletin.