Social Work with Refugees and Immigrants

SSW HB 743

Social workers and other mental health and social service practitioners find themselves increasingly called upon to work with refugees and immigrants from around the world. Social workers are also becoming sought after by international development agencies and non-governmental organizations. In this course we gain an understanding of the refugee and immigrant experience and of the continuum of the acculturation process. We examine the potential problems facing these individuals and families as they seek to rebuild their lives; we learn to recognize and utilize their strengths, cultural resources and natural support systems; and we increase our cultural competence by learning skills for culturally appropriate relationship-building, clinical assessment, and intervention.

SPRG 2017 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 TBA EPC M 10:10 am-11:55 am Stamped Approval
Prereq: HB720

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