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Religion and Spirituality in Social Work

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Price

$25 for Registrants

60 minutes
Date Published

November 7, 2017

Publisher

UT School of Social Work

Subjects

Religion

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Summary

Many clients receiving social work services identify as religious, spiritual, or both. A clearer understanding of clients’ religious/spiritual understandings, commitments, and practices enables the practitioner offer more appropriate interventions and provide more relevant support. This webinar provides information related to current religious demographics in the U.S., to incorporating religion/spirituality in the person-in-environment perspective, and especially to assessing clients’ religious/spiritual preferences and commitments using both implicit and explicit assessment approaches. Attention is given to matters of diversity, cultural competence, and bias, and to implications for practice.

Participants will be able to:
• Gain knowledge and resources related to religious demographics in the U.S.
• Define and distinguish between spirituality and religion
• Acquire a deeper understanding of and facility with social work assessment approaches that involve a client’s religious/spiritual orientations, domains, and resources
• Consider implications for social work practice

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Presenters

Dr. Allan Hugh Cole, Jr.

Allan Hugh Cole Jr., PhD, is Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Director of Undergraduate Programs,... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Religion and Spirituality in Social Work - Video
Religion and Spirituality in Social Work - Paper
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