Child Protection Service Theory

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Introduction Child Protection Service practice is a concept and technique that has widely been established and integrated into the social work education and practice. This has long been the foundation of social work practice, many scholars thought and encourage its use in practice when working with children and families, in several types of settings. The Child Protection Service Practice Model provides a framework for guiding social workers in developing, implementing, and evaluating work efforts. This paper will look at how social workers Provides Protective services for their clients relating to profession of social work Ethic and theories. I will also explore the ethical theory in the Ministry of Social Service (MSS), as well as how, these…show more content…
The theory base of social work is essential to all the work that we do in practice (Teater, 2010). Social workers need to be prepared to critically reflect on the theory that they are bringing or see during practice. My Organization, MSS, the Behavioral theory approach is used in providing services to these people, and this approach is based on knowledge drawn from the laboratory study of learning (Horejsi & Sheafor 2012). This theory presumes that most of the client behaviors and certain types of emotional reactions are learned according to the principle that both functional (healthy) and dysfunctional behaviors (psychopathology) are learned in essentially the same ways (Horejsi & Sheafor 2012). In other words, a client behavior is determined by the consequences that a particular behavior elicits within his or her social environment. An example, a parent with four Kids at the MSS has experienced illusive drugs use at her home, which affects his or her ability to provide the parenting care to their children. This children are taking away from their parents and they were placed in a foster…show more content…
4). The strength-based perspective is also a way for community members and care providers to understand that vulnerable population have potentials rather than of the opinion to just being at risk. Strength Based Practice also offers different language to describe children’s difficulties and struggles. Furthermore, it allows one to see the potentials, hope and solutions rather than just the problems and hopelessness that the people are experiencing. Therefore, the MSS focuses on this model even though their client exposes their children to drugs, violence or neglect, MSS seek to understand each client in all their complexity and the strength for resilience. One of the core principle of strength-based practice that MSS follow while supporting or providing protective services for their client “An absolute belief that every person has potential, and it is their unique strengths and capabilities that will determine their evolving story as well as define who they are - not their limitations” (Hammond, 2010, p.
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