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SOWK235: Study Guide for Exam 3 The test will cover Chapters 7 and 8, class lectures, and class

handouts that coincide with Chapters 7 and 8 REVIEW ALL HANDOUTS AND CLASS LECTURE NOTES! Chapter 7 Preparatory Reviewing What does preparatory reviewing involves What are the practical reasons for reviewing relevant information before a visit What are the risks associated with failing to review materials prior to a meeting What are the potential dangers associated with preparatory review of materials Preparatory Exploring What does preparatory exploring involve What type of information/data you may note during preparatory exploring What important information do those making referrals may possess Preparatory Consulting What does it involve Why would you commonly seek consultation On occasion, why would you seek consultation Preparatory Arranging What does it involve and include In agency settings, what does preparatory arranging include What does arranging facilitate and diminish Preparatory Empathy What does it involve What does it heighten your sensitivity to Why is preparatory empathy regarding cultural and ethnic aspects important? Preparatory Self-Exploration What is self-exploration? What types of questions do you ask yourself? What is the purpose of this skill? Centering What is centering and how does it differ from self-exploration What does it involve? In centering, what should you not do? Preliminary Planning and Recording When do social workers engage in preliminary planning What is the difference among informational, diagnostic, and therapeutic interviews? What questions might you formulate during

What is the primary purpose of many first meetings?

Chapter 8 When does the beginning phase start Introducing Yourself How should you identify yourself Why are a few informal comments helpful? With respect to too much informality, what can happen? Seeking Introductions: What does it entail? Describing Initial Purpose: What happens without some beginning guidance What does the purpose of the meeting warrant when a client/participant is involuntary, non-voluntary, or reluctant Orienting clients: In orienting clients, what should you recognize about expectations Discussing Policy and Ethical Factors What does discussing policy and ethical factors constitute? What happens if one fails to discuss policy and ethical factors with clients? What policies and procedures are you guided by as a social worker in the performance of your duties? Seeking feedback What does it entail? By asking for feedback during the beginning phasewhat do you continue? What do you invite clients to do? What do you convey?