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CLIENTELE AND

AUDIENCES IN SOCIAL
WORK
GROUP 4
SOCIAL WORK
MODES OF ADAPTATION

FIGHT
THE PHYSICAL OR VERBAL
PROJECTION OF ANGRY
FEELINGS ON OTHERS.
MODES OF ADAPTATION

FLIGHT
MOVING AWAY FROM THE
PROBLEM/ STRESSFUL
SITUATION.
MODES OF ADAPTATION

PAIRING
THE ENTRY TO A
RELATIONSHIP WITH
ANOTHER PERSON WHO
PERCIEVED SECURITY.
EXAMPLES OF CLIENTS:
CHILDREN (ABANDONED,
NEGLECTED, ORPHANED ABUSED
OR EXPLOITED)
CHILDREN ( CONFLICT WITH THE
LAW, STREET CHILDREN, AFFECTED
BY HIV)
OUT-OF-SCHOOL-YOUTH
SOCIALLY DISADVANTAGED WOMEN
SOLO PARENTS
PERSON WITH DISABILITIES
EXAMPLES OF CLIENTS
ELDERLY
INDIGENEOUS PEOPLE
INTERNALLY DISPLACES
PERSON
SURVIVORS
TYPOLOGY OF CLIENTS:
VOLUNTARY CLIENT (WALK-IN
CLIENTS)
INVOLUNTARY CLIENTS (REACH
OUT CLIENTS)
REFFERED CLIENTS
FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE CLIENT-WORKER
RELATIONSHIP:

TRANSFERENCE
THE CLIENTS REACTION AND DISPLACEMENT ON
THE WORKER.
HAPPENS UNCONSCIOUSLY
FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE CLIENT-WORKER
RELATIONSHIP:

COUNTER-TRANSFERENCE
THE WORKERS RELATIONSHIP REACTIONS THAT
MAY PROJECT ON THE CLIENT.
HAPPENS UNCONSCIOUSLY
FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE CLIENT-WORKER
RELATIONSHIP:

REALITY
OBJECTIVE PERCEPTION OF EXISTING CONDITION.
THE STATE OF WHAT IS ACTUAL, WHAT IS, AND WHAT
IS TRUE.
ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS:
ACCEPTANCE
NONJUDGEMENTAL ATTITUDE
INDIVIDUALIZATION
PURPOSEFUL EXPRESSIONS OF
FEELINGS
ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS:
CONTROLLED EMOTIONAL
INVOLVEMENT
CONFIDENTIALITY
SELF- DETERMINATION
working with
groups and
organizations
Target for change
Medium for change
Agent for change
Purpose of Social Group Work
(i) To enhance the social adjustment of the
individual and developing the social
consiousness
(ii) To provide opportunities for planned group
experiences that are needed by all people
(iii) To provide experiences that are relaxing that
give individuals a chance to create, to share
and express themselves(iv)
(iv)To help individuals in groups to take
responsibility for their own behavior, relate
with others and how to become participating
of society
Statement of principles
(i) The principle of planned group
formation
(ii) The principles of specific
objective
(iii)The principle of purposeful
worker-group relationship
(iv) The principle of continuous
individualization
Statement of principles
(i) The principle of guided group
interaction
(ii)The principle of democratic
self determination
(iii)The principle of flexible
functional organization
(iv)The principle of progressive
program experiences
Typologies of groups
(i)Growth group
(ii) Treatment group
(iii)Social group
WORKING WITH
COMMUNITIES
FOCUS OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION:
REMOVAL OF BLOCKS TO GROWTH
THE RELEASE OF POTENTIALITIES IN THE
INDIVIDUAL, GROUP AND COMMUNITIES AS A
WHOLE
THE DEVELOPMENT OF CAPACITY OF
INDIGENOUS LEADERS TO LEAD, TO MANAGE,
AND FUNCTION IN THEIR ASSIGNED SOCIAL
ROLES IN THE COMMUNITY.
FOCUS OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION:
DEVELOPING THE ABILITY OF DIFFERENT
SECTORS IN THE COMMUNITY TO FUNCTION AS
AN INTEGRATED WHOLE
STRENTHENING PEOPLES CAPACITY FOR
PROBLEM-SOLVING, DECISION-MAKING AND
COOPERATION
THE FULL USE OF INNER/ INDEGENOUS
RESOURCES BEFORE TAPPING EXTERNAL
RESOUCES
THE PURPOSES OF COMMUNITY
ORGANIZATION:

To solve certain problems and meet needs


To achieve selected social goals
To strengthen peoples capacity in dealing
with their problems, needs, and aspiration.
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