45 / Social Work And Clinical Interventions
Defining Clinical Interventions

17 – 22 June 2007        Send to printer


Course directors

Sonia Jackson, Thomas Coram RU / University of London, United Kingdom
Helmut Janssen, University of Erfurt, Germany
Dada M. Maglajlic, Bemidji State University, United States
Pedro Rankin, Regional University South Africa, South Africa
Đuka Stakić, Penn State University, Brandywine, United States


Course description:

The course "Social Work and Clinical Interventions" (SWCI) is dedicated to searching for, and promoting interventions which draw from essential values and concepts of social work and highlight the uniqueness of the mission and authenticity of social work theory and practice. The course will cherish highest professional, ethical and multicultural standards and promote the holistic-integral, positive - strength oriented interventions which are both evidence-based and innovative-creative all the way along the continuum of care spectrum. Participants of the 2007 Symposium will explore different modalities that can be found in day-to-day practice as well as definitions provided by the latest research.


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