This is for a graduate level course in social work and should reflect social work values and approaches. The course is Social Work Interventions with Groups. (Group therapy)My population is substance abusers – just in general – no specifiers like female substance abusers or adolescent substance abusers. This paper should address this population in general (as a whole). The criteria from the syllabus is as follows:
A. Through a review of the literature describe the at-risk population of your choice (substance abusers). Describe the dynamics of this population, the issues and needs (psychological biological, social issues, interpersonal attributes, family dynamics, support systems and helpers, environmental issues and stereotypes, just to mention a few. Do not limit your review to websites.
B. Review of group interventions available: Provide a comprehensive overview of the types of group intervention approaches designed to address the dynamics mentioned above. Discuss the objectives of the groups, the leadership, values, diversity issues, and difficulties or obstacles of the members. What works? What does not work? Is effectiveness assessed?
C. Critique: Provide a critique of the current “state-of-the-art” group intervention with your selected population. To what extent do these group interventions reflect the values and ethics of social work? What are the strengths and limitations? What are your suggestions for future work?
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