Developing Self-awareness/Racial Identity With Graduate Social Work Students
This article discusses the significance of selfâ€awareness in clinical practice with diverse clients. The extent and ramifications of a journal assignment as a way for students to increase selfâ€awareness are explored as students poignantly describe their responses when they interacted with individuals from ethnic, racial, and cultural groups different from their own. In essence, students moved from a state of unawareness to varying degrees of selfâ€awareness.
Smith College Studies in Social Work
Harris, Marian S., "Developing Self-awareness/Racial Identity With Graduate Social Work Students" (1997). Social Work Publications. 281.
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