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A process recording is a written instrument that students, field instructors, and professors use to explore the dynamics of social work encounters through time. Interviewing and intervention skills can be improved by using process recordings. You can define the goal of interviews and interventions, uncover personal and professional strengths and shortcomings, and enhance self-awareness by conceiving and structuring ongoing activities with social work clients. Through a study of the filtering process employed in recording a session, the process recording can also be utilized to explore the interpersonal dynamics and values acting between you and the client system.
You will produce a process recording of your field education experiences from this week for this Assignment.
(Examples of how to complete the assignment are included.)
It’s important to note that you’re providing a textual transcript rather than an audio or video recording.
The Task (24 pages) (a blank template is included):
Provide a written account of what occurred during your field education experience, including a dialogue with a client (students internship is an inpatient mental health hospital, serving clients with mental health and substance abuse).
Explain how what happened in the debate, including social work practice theories, relates to the topics of diversity and cultural competence discussed this week.
Describe your emotions and/or any concerns that arose during your field education experience when you interacted with a customer.
Describe how you used social work practice skills to complete the items in your process recording.