SOWK 8836 CRISIS INTERVENTION (3 credits)
The prevalence of crisis experiences within our society and lifespan development necessitates that social workers acquire a knowledge and skill-base for effective and professional crisis intervention practice. Students will study the ABC Model of Crisis Intervention and how to ethically practice with diverse and vulnerable populations. Students will apply crisis intervention theory and models of intervention to various concern areas including but not limited to: suicide, sexual assault, domestic violence, substance abuse, grief and loss, and violence. A systems, strengths, and cultural emphasis will be applied to the various crisis situations covered. (Cross-listed with SOWK 4830)
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): SOWK 8170 or admitted to the Master of Social Work program with advanced standing or permission of the Grace Abbott School of Social Work.