Example Question #1 : Intervention Planning
Which of the following is the first step in a social workers problem-solving process for a client?
None of these
A social worker follows a three step model for client problem solving: assessment, plan, evaluation. The first step of this process is client assessment where objective and subjective symptoms of the client are observed and noted. The objective and subjective findings are used to make a plan for the client's needs. Last, evaluations are used to indicate when goals are met and the effectiveness of treatments.