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SWP 341

Transformative Social Work Practices

Building upon conceptual frameworks that inform social work practice, the course develops strategies, approaches and skills that reflect an anti-oppression perspective. Specific attention is given to centering the person in all interventive approaches; addressing issues of difference and power; drawing on people's strengths and understandings; solidarity building; addressing resistance; and developing critical consciousness. Specific skills will include: active listening, reframing, open-ended questions, advocacy, reflexivity.
Weekly Contact: Lecture:3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1

Prerequisites

All 3rd Semester Required Courses

Antirequisites

None

Co-Requisites

None

Custom Requisites

None

Mentioned in the Following Calendar Pages

*List may not include courses that are on a common table shared between programs.

Social Work

  • SWP 132
    Critical Social Work Foundations
  • SWP 201
    Preparing for Social Work Practice
  • SWP 301
    Decolonizing and Anti-Oppression Practice
  • SWP 302
    Social Policy: Welfare and Programs
  • SWP 31A/B
    Social Work Practice Seminar
  • SWP 331
    Social Work Theories of Practice
  • SWP 335
    Power, Resistance and Change
  • SWP 341
    Transformative Social Work Practices
  • SWP 36A/B
    Field Practicum
  • SWP 402
    Social Policy and Social Inclusion
  • SWP 435
    Aboriginal Approaches to Social Work
  • SWP 505
    Critical Eq. and Movements of Resistance
  • SWP 50A/B
    Advanced Social Work Practice Seminar
  • SWP 51A/B
    Field Practicum
  • SWP 538
    Social Work Research: Part I
  • SWP 638
    Social Work Research: Part II
  • SWP 900
    Race and Ethnicity
  • SWP 901
    Youth and Social Justice
  • SWP 902
    Gerontology
  • SWP 903
    Crisis Intervention
  • SWP 905
    Criticl. Appr. to Mental Health and Madness
  • SWP 906
    Gerontology: Social Policy and Soc Security
  • SWP 907
    Inequality, Oppression and Health
  • SWP 908
    Social Group Work
  • SWP 909
    Social Work and the Law: Children and Family
  • SWP 910
    Queer Theory and Identities
  • SWP 914
    Ethics and Values for Social Work
  • SWP 915
    Independent Study I
  • SWP 916
    Independent Study II
  • SWP 917
    Special Topics I
  • SWP 918
    Special Topics II
  • SWP 919
    Substance Use and Abuse
  • SWP 920
    Addressing Substance Use and Abuse
  • SWP 921
    Disability Issues Social Work Practice
  • SWP 923
    Family Violence
  • SWP 924
    Strategies for Addressing Conflict
  • SWP 925
    Strong Helpers' Teachings
  • SWP 926
    Critical Practice with Queer Populations
  • SWP 927
    Advocacy in Social Work
  • SWP 928
    International Social Work
  • SWP 929
    Working in Marginalized Communities
  • SWP 930
    Spirituality in the Helping Professions
  • SWP 931
    Human Rights for Social Workers
  • SWP 932
    Evaluating Social Work Practices
  • SWP 933
    Indigenous Health and Well Being
  • SWP 934
    Community Engagement Foundations
  • SWP 935
    Engaging Diverse Communities
  • SWP 936
    Community Engagement Practices
  • SWP 937
    Community Engagement Capstone
  • SWP 938
    Innovative Organizing in Precarious Times
  • SWP 939
    Art and Social Transformation
  • SWP 950
    Fat Studies and Fat Activism