swp5rcf relationship based practice
RELATIONSHIP BASED PRACTICE WITH CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Credit points: 15
In this subject students will be equipped to create relationships with vulnerable children and families in ways that are respectful and empowering; taking into account the need for forensic astuteness in promoting the safety, stability, development and wellbeing of children. Several models will be introduced which will integrate a strengths base with strategies for talking about and understanding problems within the context of child protection and/or family services provision. These chosen models promote relationships between all participants in that context. This subject will be underpinned by the Best Interests Case Practice Model - Summary Guide, (2008) and the Aboriginal Cultural Competence Framework, (2008).
SchoolSchool Allied Health,Human Serv & Sport
Subject Co-ordinatorRobyn Elliott
Available to Study Abroad StudentsNo
Subject year levelYear Level 5 - Masters
Special conditions Student must obtain subject coordinator's permission to enrol in subject.
|Author and Year
|Family Therapy: A Constructive Framework, Chapters 2-5, pp 33-122
|THOUSAND OAKS, CA, 2004
|Interviewing Clients in involuntary situations: Children, Dyads, and the mandated; Chapter 9 in Interviewing for Solutions,pp.170-212
|De Jong, P & Berg, I
|3RD EDN, BELMONT, CA, BROOKS/COLE, 2008
|The strengths perspective in criminal justice, Chapter 7 in The Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice, pp 127-141
|BOSTON, PEARSON 2009
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Other Site, 2019, Semester 1, Off Campus
Maximum enrolment sizeN/A
Subject Instance Co-ordinatorRobyn Elliott
One 5.0 days block mode per study period and delivered via face-to-face.
"Teaching will be delivered over one 2-day block and three 1-day blocks (total of 5 days)."
|One 2,000-word reflection on role play
|One 2,500-word essay or equivalent oral presentation