Social Work 610:

Social Work Practice with Children and Families Across Settings (3.0 units)

Theory and principles underlying social work in host settings and non-specialty sector settings with a primary emphasis on working with Children, Youth, and Families. Prerequisite: SOWK 506, SOWK 536, SOWK 544, SOWK 546.
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