SWK 302 - Problems and Practices with At-Risk Children and Families
1 semester, 3 Credits
Examines the social and environmental challenges contributing to the vulnerabilities that place children, youth, and families at physical, medical, and emotional risk for abuse, neglect, school failure, health, mental health, and substance abuse problems. Risk factors are identified, classified, and explored through a multidimensional, multi-systemic approach to understanding through actual case materials. Contemporary treatment interventions and existing services are identified and evaluated.
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