John Oliphant's Work With 'Kylie'
John has acted as a consultant to both small and large organisations in the sector.
In this context, human services theory mostly focuses on the resolution of people’s challenges within an organization amid the complexities that exist within human services organizations. In fact, this theory appreciates this nature of complexities.
During training, they are exposed to field practicum in which they get an opportunity to work with various organizations where they merge theory with practice (Healy, 2008). Just like other professions such as law or medicine, social work is guided by values, ethics and codes of conduct. Some of the values include competence, integrity, professionalism, social justice and value for human dignity. Some of the core principles include confidentiality, controlled emotional involvement and client self determination among others. Some of the skills include self awareness, observation and critical thinking (Healy, 2007).
The creation of a policy will strive to create value in the social work as people receive policies set by others to enable them implement plans from other social professionals.
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Hartl, K.(2003). Expatriate women managers: gender, culture, and career. Volume 12 of Schriftenreihe Organisation & Personal. 10117 Berlin: Rainer Hampp Verlag.
Healy, L.M. (2007). Uni-versalism and cultural relativism in social work ethics. International Social Work, 50: 11-26.