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Integrative Processing Model

social work
by Zohra Rahman on 24 November 2012

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Transcript of Integrative Processing Model

Integrative Processing Model Step 3: Identifying Relevant Theory
and Knowledge -Liberalism
-Policy and Procedure
-Lit Review
-Rapport and trust
-healing from trauma
Modeling and Differential Association
-Self Efficacy
-Strengths Based Perspective
-Broken Windows
-CBT Step 2: Reflecting -viewed it as unfair- but fair under capitalism
-values: real opportunities, freedom (media),
meaningfulness
-Personal History/Experiences
-Triggers/Thoughts/Emotions Step 1: Gathering Data 86% of our current youth suffer from PTSD
using Detailed Assessment of Post-Traumatic Stress (DAPs) assessment.

Employment Readiness Scale (ERS) scored youth higher in original model.

Staxi- Anger Assessment shows majority of participants do not know how to manage their anger. PART 2: Field Case The switch from
BTC: Youth Ambassador Leadership Program to
BTC: Employment Readiness
Internship Program was
a step backwards. -smoking
-drinking
-institutionalized
-in unhealthy relationships
-involved in the criminal justice system
-generational trauma
-vicarious trauma we know that many youth are simply
not ready for placement within the labour force- CTI's Executive Director -assuming the government does not care
-capitalism is against humanity -assuming youths believe in and
are ready for the change

-assuming government will allow change Verbal: teaching, voice opinion

Non-verbal: taxes, meetings + effectiveness
-drive and motivational
-engagement skills
-active listening skills - effectiveness
lack of time, triggered Step 5: Articulate Learning -politics, macro scale and capitalism
-Lessons: news media is highly controlled
-Insights: ED Agrees but accepts that
change and awareness come slowly and patience is the best skill
-My youth are dying. WHY?
-Social Work and the Economy
-GDP
-Prison Industrial Complex Step 4: Examining Dissonance -low levels of harmony
-professionalism vs. personal view
-theory: trauma care-
practice too bad! -short term solution
-I know it is not set up to succeed, so why am I doing it? step 6: Develop a Plan -social enterprises
-Patient
-Political
Learning:
Social Investment Bonds
-Research labour market
-Create Awareness
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