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Social Work
What should you know about this profession?
Annotation or definition.
Area of service
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Location of work
Number of professionals/workers required
Number of professionals/workers required outside the state
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Related occupations/professions
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Annotation or definition.

What profession is been described in these guidelines?
Social worker

What is a Social Worker?
A person who practices social work is called a social worker.

What do Social workers do?
Social workers help people solve and cope with problems in their everyday lives. One group of social workers, clinical social workers, also diagnose and treat mental, behavioral, and emotional issues.

Although most social workers need a bachelor’s degree in social work, clinical social workers must have a master’s degree and two years of post-master experience in a supervised clinical setting. Clinical social workers must also be licensed in the state in which they practice.

Medical social workers coordinate services for and counsel patients and their families in a variety of settings. You will find social workers in hospitals, schools, hospice, and anywhere support and guidance is needed. Victims of crimes, trauma, or abuse also may especially benefit from the services of a medical social worker.

What are other names for this profession?
Human Services Case Manager
Medical Social Worker
Medical and Public Health Social Workers
Resident Services Case Manager
School Social Workers
Social Workers, All Other
License for this profession

What should you know about a license for this profession?
Getting a license for this profession does not mean an individual is competent.

You must know that from time to time you will be asked questions relevant to general abilities and professional abilities of this profession.

A ________ — licensed or not licensed — cannot violate someone else’s human rights while enhancing any client issues.

Questions a _________ should be able to answer.

What questions should a _______ be able to answer?
What questions should a ________ be able to answer to be called a lawyer?

Questions relevant to individual demographics.
Questions relevant to basic skills.
Questions relevant to assets.
Questions relevant to _______ competence.
Questions relevant to felonies or misdemeanors.

Questions relevant to individual demographics.

What is your name?
What is your date of birth?
What is your gender?
What is your mailing address?
What was your mailing address from birth until now?
What is your contact information including current mailing address, telephone, e-mail, and any other details, and person to contact in case of emergency?
What years did you go to high school?
What years did you go to college?
Where did you go to high school?
Where did you go to college?
What state have your lived in most of your life?

What is social work?
What are degrees in social work?
What questions need to be answered relevant to social work research?
Problem Solving Skills
What is social work?
Social Work is a profession dedicated to enhancing human capacity to solve complex social problems in order to create a more humane and just society. One of the cornerstones of social work practice is the focus on the strengths, as opposed to the shortcomings, of individuals, families and communities so that these can be deployed to find creative solutions for complex social problems. The profession is characterized by a steadfast commitment to social justice in the service of empowering individuals, families and communities to meet their needs.

What are degrees in social work?
Bachelor’s degree in social work.
Master’s degree in social work.
Doctoral degree in social work.

What questions need to be answered relevant to social work research?

Boss of social workers
    Who is the boss of social workers?

    Social workers must work under the supervision of a competent medical doctor able to answer relevant questions.
Social Work
Counseling Services
What is Social Work?
Social Work is a profession dedicated to enhancing human capacity to solve complex social problems in order to create a more humane and just society. One of the cornerstones of social work practice is the focus on the strengths, as opposed to the shortcomings, of individuals, families and communities so that these can be deployed to find creative solutions for complex social problems. The profession is characterized by a steadfast commitment to social justice in the service of empowering individuals, families and communities to meet their needs.

What are the different types of counseling?
Activities of everyday living counseling
Adjudication of harms counseling
Anger Management Counseling
Academic advising
Adolescent Counseling
Behavioral Counseling
Brief therapy
Business Counseling
Counseling for Stress and Anxiety
College Counseling
Crisis Counseling
Crisis hotline
Career counseling
Counseling and psychiatry
Code of Conduct
Character counseling
Community counseling
Couple and Relationship Counseling
Disciplinary counseling
Discrimination, Racism counseling
Domestic Violence counseling
E-mail counseling
Ecological counseling
Emotional therapy
Existential counselling
Exit counseling
Forensic Psychology
Gender Bias
Grief counseling
Grief therapy
Group Counseling
Health Care
Human Growth and Development
Homosexual and lesbian counseling
Hygiene counseling
Intentional enforced harms prevention and healing counseling
Intervention programs designed to prevent harms
Individual Counseling
Justice and Social work
Legal Counseling
Legal and ethical principles involved in the practice of counseling
Lay community counsellor
Motivational Counseling
Music therapy
Nikkah Counseling
Premarital counseling for the bride and groom
Post-marital counseling
Prison Counseling
Promotions counseling
Performance counseling
Professional growth counseling
Parenting Advice
Relationship Counseling
Referral counseling
Reception and integration counseling
Relocate Counseling
School Counseling
Stress Counseling
Self Esteem
Substance abuse, Addiction counseling
Social Skills
Speech Therapy
Telephone Manners
Table manners or Dastarkhan manners
Terrorism counseling
Womens issues
Work counseling
Worldwide E-Mail Counseling
    Q: What are the duties and responsibilities of a counselor?
    Before starting counseling, a counselor should be able to answer the following questions.
    Q: Who needs counseling?
    Q: Why does he/she need counseling?
    Q: What should be the end result?
    Q: What kind of counseling will you need?
Counseling Skills
    Q: Why do you need counseling?
    Q: What will the counselor do?
    Take a look at this.
    Q: Who needs counseling?
    What types of counseling are available?
    What kinds of problems are addressed in counseling?
    What do counseling services cost?
    How do I start the counseling process or get more information?
    Counseling Services
    E-Mail Counseling
    Office Appointments
    Online Counseling
    Telephone Counseling
    Video Counseling
Counseling guidelines for counselors
Community counseling centers
Counseling Resources
Q: How much will it cost?
60000 per student
English for Psychologists, muftis, Imams and priests.
    Q: How do you start a lecture?
    Q: How do you continue a lecture?
    Q: How do you close a lecture?
    Q: For example:
    Do you have any questions related to this subject and topic?
    Please put them in writing.
Famous Psychologists & Philosophers
History of Psychology
    What is Sociology?
    What is Psychology?
    What is Social Work?
    What is Political Science?
Intake Screening
Intelligence quotient
Location of work
    In what locations and capacities do social workers work?

    Counselors in community counseling centers.
    Counselors in hospitals.
    Case managers in community counseling centers.
    Case managers at resident services of buildings.
    Social workers in hospitals.
    Case managers in state department of human services.
    School, college, university counselors.

    What are the duties relevant to Internet work?

    Research new findings.
    Upload new findings to the Internet.
    Educate others via Internet.
    Disseminate new content to others.
    Document replies from others.
    E-mail question and answers relevant to issues.
    Fax, call, or forward by postal mail if necessary.
    Recommend new technologies.
Psychiatry, law and justice
Social workers

    State housing and development resident services

    What are the duties of resident services?

    Case Managers

    Whose duty is it to educate case managers?
    What are the duties and responsibilities of a case manager?
    Whose duty is it to verify that case managers can perform properly before they start?
    What should be the skills, knowledge, and qualities of a case manager?

    State department of human services

    Case Managers
Social Work Degrees

    Bachelor's Degree in Social Work
    Master's Degree in Social Work
    Doctorate in Social Work
    How should other universities and educational resources establish social work programs?
    What should a social worker with a bachelor's degree, master's degree, and doctorate degree in social work know?
    What have you done that merits a PhD?
    What is the difference between a masters and a PhD?
    What is the curriculum?
    How is a social work program organized?

    Existing social workers.
    Social work students.
    Aspiring social work students.
Related Occupations
    Health educators
Social Work Research
Types of social workers
    What are the types of social workers?

    Case managers
Interview Questions
Sample Interview Questions
What questions to expect in an interview?

Why do you want to work on this position?
What do you hope to accomplish as a social worker?
What characterize a good social worker from your point of view?
What do you consider your strengths and your weaknesses as a social worker?
What do you consider to be your major successes and accomplishments in your last job? Who did help you the most to achieve it?
What was your biggest failure in social work so far?
Think of an aggressive/angry client from the past. How did you deal with the situation?
Think about conflict situation form your last job. How did you solve the conflict?
Describe a situation when you did something more than expected from you as a social worker.
There are always cases we can do nothing about. Describe me such a case from your experience. What have you tried before giving up?

  • Tell me about yourself.
  • Why are you interested in this agency?
  • How does the work in this organization fit your professional mission or experience?
  • Why do you want this job? Why do you want to work for this organization?
  • What are your experiences with the target population?
  • Why do you want to work with this target population?
  • What are your qualifications?
  • What kind of supervision do you expect?
  • How has your education/work experience prepared you for this position?
  • What do you hope to accomplish at this agency?
  • What would you like to learn here?
  • Have you done this type of work in the past?
  • What issues might you have with [adoption, for example]?
  • What schedule will work for you?
  • What are your career goals? For the next 3 years? The next 5 years? The next 10 years?
  • What are some of your strengths? Some of your weaknesses?
  • How do you define success for yourself?
  • How do you plan?
  • What is your work style?
  • How do you work with others?
  • Tell me about a time when you had to juggle your regular responsibilities and deal with a sudden priority?
  • Are you a leader ... a follower?
  • Describe the process you go through in developing a [case plan, budget, workshop, contract, or marketing plan, for example].
  • Describe your supervision experience? Supervision style?
  • What is your ideal position and career path?
  • Is there anything you would like to say to close the interview?
  • Do you have any questions? YES–You should always have questions.
Sample Direct Practice Interview Questions
  • What is your understanding of service delivery in [a particular field or region]?
  • Tell me about a time you were in a disagreement over a treatment plan.
  • What has been your experience with agency paperwork and how do you feel about it?
  • How will you deal with the dual-relationship issues of working in a small community?
Sample Community Administration & Leadership Interview Questions
  • What type of research skills/computer skills do you have?
  • What specific policy issues are you interested in?
Sample Policy Interview Questions
  • How do you handle shifting priorities and working in a fast-paced, pressured environment?
  • What is your experience with writing quickly, under pressure?
  • What do you do to keep track of a lot of information at once?
Program Development Interview Questions
  • How would you go about locating community resources in a neighborhood in which you have no relationship?
Sample Questions for You to Ask an Interviewer
  • What do you like best about working here?
  • How often, and by whom will I be supervised? What types of supervision are available? Is case consultation available?
  • Are there opportunities for professional development within and beyond the agency itself?
  • What can I count on from the agency to assist me in my professional development?
  • With what other staff members will the person in this position work [for example, marketing department director]?
  • What are the opportunities for advancement?
  • Is the staff on call, and how is that handled?
  • What are the agency's service delivery strengths and weaknesses?
  • How many social workers do you employ? What is the average length of time social workers have worked for this agency?
  • What is the typical career path of social workers within this field/agency?
  • To what extent will I have the opportunity to network with other agencies, or other professionals in the field?
  • How would you describe the organizational culture?
Sample Questions for You to Ask as a Social Work Intern
  • What do you think would be the most challenging experiences for a social work intern in your agency?
  • What do you think would be the most rewarding experiences for a social work intern in your agency?
  • How are expectations for students different from those for agency staff?
  • To what extent do students have an opportunity to offer input into administration and planning?


Why have you selected a career in social work?
How is your previous experience applicable to the work we do here?
Have you had the experience of working with people of a race or sexual orientation different from yours? (be able to articulate how culture impacts our work re: abuse/neglect/prevention/ intervention etc.)
What do you hope to accomplish as a social worker?
What do you judge to be your major successes or accomplishments in your fieldwork? How did you achieve these?
What major disappointments/failures have you had in fieldwork? Or
Knowing what you know now, is there something you would do differently in the management of one of your fieldwork cases?

Assessment of Skills/Technique

Are you sensitive? Are you intuitive?
Are you an active listener? Are you able to engage clients?
How do you describe your personal boundaries?
What kinds of things go into a psychological assessment?
Do you believe in short term or long-term treatment?
How do you handle termination?
Think of a client you have liked/disliked and tell me how you dealt with the counter transference issues.

Personality/Working Style/Other

This position requires a lot of independent thinking and initiative. There is minimal supervision. Could you handle that?
Would you rather draw up plans and design a program or be responsible for implementing a program? Why?
How would your weaknesses interfere with your ability to do this job?
What kinds of problems do you like to handle? Can you give me an example.
What do you think is going to happen in the field in the next five years?
Are you a member of any professional organizations?

May/May Not Apply Depending on Position Type

What are your thoughts on managed care?
What techniques do you use in crisis intervention work?
How would you handle a psychotic outburst in the clinic waiting room?
In terms of family therapy, what is your theoretical orientation?
Are you prepared to make home visits?
What are the risk assessment/signs of abuse/neglect?
Last Updated: September 16, 2017