Clinical Practice - Physical and Mental Health

Prepares students for advanced social work practice in health care settings working with interdisciplinary teams. Students apply evidence-based practice models in advanced case management and in mental health treatment with focus on ethics and religious faith and health. Graduates are prepared for direct practice and health care administration and planning roles.
Clinical Practice Competencies and Practice Behaviors

Clinical Practice - Children and Families

Prepares students to evaluate and apply evidence-based practice theories and methods of intervention that reflect a person-environment orientation and strengths perspective. Courses explore a variety of presenting issues experienced by children and families and cover multiple assessment tools and techniques. Empowerment and advocacy to support and sustain safe and healthy children and families are emphasized.
Clinical Practice Competencies and Practice Behaviors

Community Practice

Prepares students for working with public and/or nonprofit organizations, communities, congregations, and religiously affiliated agencies. Students learn to apply evidence-informed and asset-based community practice frameworks and methods of intervention to develop responsive human resource systems, sustainable physical and social environments, and just public and institutional policies.
Community Practice Competencies and Practice Behaviors