The Core Competencies and the values are the foundation of Social Work, and it is my duty to reflect the foundation in my intern experience. Leading to this point I have learned about the core competencies and values that I now must put to practice. This is a living journal meaning it will constantly experience diverse highs and low throughout my internship and note the journey. I am challenging myself to become involved in every aspect of my organization I feel as though this will maximize my opportunities by increasing my marketability in the job market. The Focus Center offers a great deal of treatment groups that aid the community in positive growth.
How I will fulfill the needs of my community after I complete all my education is restoring basic community services, a damage and needs assessment, and organize community teams that can help do basic rehabilitation tasks. How my plan will impact my community is able to function as a communities, solving crises easier when all the community are here to collaborate. I hope you will give me this chance to reach my
Further, the principle of subsidiarity should be applied in the social work practices with the most affected members of the society. The central aspect of subsidiarity is the recognition of human dignity and every subject’s indisputable worthiness. Having this in mind, a social worker should consider his client as a human being in his totality (Petružytė, Girdzijauskienė, Gvaldaitė, 2004). If one follows this principle, he does not affect the dignity in the helping process; when the dignity is already affected or violated, he helps to restore it. Every individual feels a necessity for fulfilment and happiness – these are the main aspirations; all the rest of necessities are circumstanced by this aspiration (Vittadini, 1997).
I want to help my fellow refugees because I understand their struggles. g. Which view of social justice might best inform your social justice organization? Why? The social justice that best describe my organization is distributive justice because I try to provide “fair allocation of resources” such as mandates which give the refugee the permission to work hard in the new country that they are at, get education which the key to success in life. Overall, by having the mandate, they will be able to get all the resources that they need to better their own lives.
Ethical Leadership . I want to make a difference in the world. To be able to see, create and do something to help improve the lives of others has always been a vision of mine. To be able to help individuals empower and enrich their lives through education and a social service program to help them pursue and achieve things, when others told them, no. I currently work as an Independent Living Skills worker in direct service helping adults who have mental illness gain independence in their lives.
Personal Beliefs and Values of Nursing My personal beliefs and values on the nursing profession are extremely significant to me and will help guide and support me through the duration of my career as a nurse. I chose nursing as my profession because I value helping those in need and caring for others. I also want to be a part of helping people improve themselves not only physically but mentally as well. My values as a nurse are based on displaying characteristics of compassion, empathy, respect, reliability, integrity, knowledge, and trustworthiness. Each of these qualities will help me provide safe, patient centered, nonbiased, competent care to each of my patients.
In becoming one, I hope to accomplish many things. I want to be able to utilize the skills and knowledge that I have developed and apply them to the best of my ability in the care of my patients. By doing so, I will make an impact on the lives of every patient that I meet. Furthermore, I will continue to learn throughout my practice by continually researching new proven methods of care and eventually contributing to the improvement of health care in the future. Overall, I envision myself to not only be a care provider, but also a leader, researcher, advocate, and educator (Yoost & Crawford, 2016).
I’m a hard-working and motivated person, because I believe that with enough practice anyone can be good at anything. As someone who is born in a collective culture, I’m harmonious and I actively seek to promote harmony and peace in groups and individuals. Because of my harmonious nature, I try to be friendly and kind to people, especially to those that feel left out. Therefore, I’m able to get along well with people while working in groups. In addition, I’m self-critical, therefore, I’m good at knowing my weaknesses and what I’m lacking.
I am passionate about social work simply because I want to help people. Social work is an excellent profession for coming in contact with many different types of people and helping them to overcome their adversities. Specifically I am interested in the mental health field of social work. Why social work in the mental health field is important to me, the definition of mental illness, the history of mental health in social work, and what it means to be a social worker in the mental health field are the topics I will discuss in my paper. Mental health in social work is important to me because it is something I can closely relate to, although I did not always see it that way.
However, the most important thing is to reflect what can be learnt during perplexity. A brand-new perspective of social work values will be constituted. There are a number of significant faiths worth bearing in mind no matter for my social work practice or lifetime compliance, which are defending social justice by getting close to the oppressed groups, being an ally with service users by building up spiritual touch, having belief in human capacity of change and use of own strengths, accumulating own effort to affect lives of service users, showing genuineness, acceptance and
With a consumer, my main goal should always be to reduce symptoms and increase independent functioning. SCs provide information and referrals to individuals who need supportive services to maintain self-sufficiency. All SC demonstrates an ability to advocate and problem solve. Specifically, my professional roles include shadowing service coordinators as they are out in the field interacting with consumers. I manage the database of resources/ services that the unit provides (G-drive).