SWK-D679 E-Social Work Practice With Groups (3 Cr.)

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SWK-D679 e-Social Work Practice with Groups (3 cr.)Page 1SWK-D679 e-Social Work Practice with Groups (3 cr.)Course InformationSemester Year:Section Number:Location:Day:Time:Term and one:Office Hours:XXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxCourse DescriptionThis course follows the Foundations of e-Social Work Practice with a focus on e-social work service delivery togroups. Asynchronous and synchronous modes of delivery are analyzed to evaluate their uses with a range ofclient system groups and mental health issues. Like telehealth services delivery to individuals, the need fortelehealth services delivery to groups is partially in response to the problem of services scarcity in the UnitedStates, particularly due to limited physical access. Rural populations experience the greatest scarcity ofaccessible mental health resources; however, meeting these needs through telehealth delivery contains risksand drawbacks.Course 06D679-07D679-08D679-09D679-10Evaluate best practices in asynchronous and synchronous online group delivery for engagementand intervention with diverse client populations receiving telebehavioral health services.Integrate and apply social work values and ethics for telebehavioral health group delivery.Develop assessment protocols and collaborate with clients in monitoring progress andevaluating the effectiveness of telebehavioral group services.Analyze and demonstrate leadership roles in the delivery of online groups.Evaluate the uses of psychoeducation and determine strategies to develop and facilitatepsychoeducation in online group designs.Evaluate the uses of mutual aid and determine strategies to develop and facilitate mutual aid inonline group intervention.Develop structured group designs for engagement and delivery of online group-basedintervention.Develop and apply best practice principles for integrating individual and/or primary treatmentswith online group intervention to address client needs.Devise and integrate comprehensive online assessments and evaluative measurements thatexamine strengths, opportunities, and barriers for group services delivery.Make decisions about the adoption of telehealth practices that are consistent with social workvalues.Required TextsAmerican Psychological Association (2010). Publication Manual for the American Psychological Association, 6th ed.Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

SWK-D679 e-Social Work Practice with Groups (3 cr.)Page 2Course ContentStudents will analyze best practices and policies for technology-mediated group work to address these risks.And, because groups are often used to complement primary treatments for purposes of providinginformational and emotional support, students will develop a practice model for delivery to a population withwhom they work or plan to work. Additionally, students will evaluate best practices for engagement, deviseassessment protocols, and determine how to facilitate interventions that develop mutual aid in online groups,as well as synergize individual and group components of practice.Resources Canvas email will also be used a way to communicate between instructor and students. You areexpected to check the course announcements on Canvas before each class.Additional readings will be assigned throughout the semester and be posted on Canvas (Resource tab).Course OutlineModule 1: An Overview of Telebehavioral Group WorkWeeks 1 and 2OverviewA. This module reviews the current uses of online group work and compares examples of onlinework with a taxonomy of face-to-face group work models.AssignmentsReadings1. Doerr-Stevens, C., Beach, R., Boeser, E. (2011). Using online role-play to promotecollaborative argument and collective action. The English Journal, 100(5), 33-39 (Canvas).2. Greene, C. J., Morland, L. A., Macdonald, A., Frueh, B. C., Grubbs, K. M., & Rosen, C. S.(2010). How does tele-mental health affect group therapy process? Secondary analysis of anoninferiority trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 78(5), 746-750 (Canvas).3. McKenna, K. Y. A., & Green, A. S. (2002). Virtual group dynamics. Group Dynamics: Theory,Research and Practice, 6(1), 116-127 (Canvas).4. Facilitating learning and change in groups and group sessions (Canvas).5. What is a group? (Canvas)6. What is groupwork? (Canvas)Individual Assignments1. VoiceThread #1 Group Work Models and Peer Review2. Self-efficacy Scale and Goals for this Course3. M1 QuizModule 2: Therapeutic Group WorkWeeks 3 and 4

SWK-D679 e-Social Work Practice with Groups (3 cr.)Page 3OverviewA. This module discusses the implementation of telebehavioral therapeutic groups, including thebeginning, middle, and ending stages of online therapeutic groups.AssignmentsReadings1. Dowd, H., Hogan, M. J., McGuire, B. E., Davis, M. C., Sarma, K. M., Fish, R. A., & Zautra, A. J.(2015). Comparison of an online mindfulness-based cognitive therapy intervention withonline pain management psychoeducation: A randomized controlled study. The ClinicalJournal of Pain, 31(6), 517-527 (Canvas).2. Foody, M., Samara, M., & Calbring, P. (2015). A review of cyberbullying and suggestions foronline psychological therapy. Internet Interventions, 2, 235-242 (Canvas).3. Wenger-Clemons, J. (2014). Client system assessment tools for social work practice(Canvas).Group Assignments1. Therapeutic Group Work Assignment2. Therapeutic Group Work Twitter FeedIndividual Assignment1. M2 QuizModule 3: Identity-Based Social Action Group WorkWeeks 5 and 6OverviewA. This module reviews a number of topics around how we construct self-concepts and selfidentities, including how to use technology to create, advance, change, or enhance identitybased social action group work.AssignmentsReadings1. Adams, J., & Roscigno, V. J. (2005). White supremacists, oppositional culture and the WorldWide Web. Social Forces, 84(2), 759-778 (Canvas).2. Hoekstra, M., & Verkuyten, M. (2015). To be a true Muslim: Online discussion on theheadscarf among Moroccan-Dutch women. Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of FeministGeography, 22(9), 1236-1251 (Canvas).Group Assignment1. Identity-based Social Action Group Work AssignmentModule 4: Community Action Group WorkWeeks 7 and 8OverviewA. This module focuses on community action groups and the role of social work in thedevelopment of said groups and community organizing.

SWK-D679 e-Social Work Practice with Groups (3 cr.)Page 4AssignmentsReadings1. Fernando, A. (2010). Be a community organizer. Communication World, 27(2), 8-9 (Canvas).2. Staples, L. (2012). Community organizing for social justice: Grassroots groups for power.Social Work With Groups, 35(3), 287-296 (Canvas).Group Assignments1. MeetUp Community Action Assignment2. Identity-based/Community Action Twitter FeedModule 5: Psychoeducation Group WorkWeek 9OverviewA. This module discusses the use of psychoeducation for online delivery, including its strengthsand limitations in an online group-based setting.AssignmentsReadings1. Lukens, E. P., & McFarlane, W. R. (2004). Psychoeducation as evidence-based practice:Considerations for practice, research, and policy. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention,4(3), 205-225 (Canvas).2. Rains, S. A., & Young, V. (2009). A meta-analysis of research on formal computer-mediatedsupport groups: Examining group characteristics and health outcomes. HumanCommunication Research, 35(30), 9-35 (Canvas).Group Assignment1. Psychoeducation Twitter Feed AssignmentIndividual Assignment1. Psychoeducation Model Presentation2. M5 QuizModule 6: Online Support Group WorkWeek 10OverviewA. This module considers the concept of social support, its theoretical background, researchfindings, and client groups and illustrates its use in an innovative adaptation to social media.AssignmentsReadings1. Cohen, S., & McKay, G. (1984). Social support, stress and the buffering hypothesis: Atheoretical analysis. In A. Baum, S. E., Taylor, & J. E. Singer (Eds.). Handbook of psychologyand health (pp. 253-267). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum (Canvas).

SWK-D679 e-Social Work Practice with Groups (3 cr.)Page 52. Lahey, B., & Cohen, S. (2000). Social support theory and measurement. In S. Cohen, L. G.Underwood, & B. H. Gottleib (Eds.). Social support measurement and intervention: A guidefor health and social scientists (pp. 29-52). New York, NY: Oxford University Press (Canvas).3. Sokol, R., & Fisher, E. (2016). Peer support for the hardly reached: A systematic review.AJPH Research, 106(7), e1-8 (Canvas).Group Assignments1. Online Peer Support Group Assignment2. Online Support Group Twitter FeedIndividual Assignment1. M6 QuizModule 7: Group Engagement and AssessmentWeeks 11 and 12OverviewA. This module focuses on engagement and assessment in online group work.AssignmentsReadings1. Patmon, F. L., Perry, M. G., Rylee, T. L., & Readdy, N. L. (2016). Using interactive patientengagement technology in clinical practice: A qualitative assessment of nurses’ perceptions.Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18(11), 1-10 (Canvas).2. Vallejo, M. A., Jordan, C. M., Diaz, M. A., Comeche, M. I., & Ortega, J. (2007). Psychologicalassessment via the internet: A reliability and validity study of online (vs paper-and-pencil)versions of the General Health Questionnaire-28 (GHQ-28) and the Symptoms Check-List90-Revised (SCL-90-R). Journal of Medical Internet Research, 9(1), 1-10 (Canvas).Group Assignment1. Enrollment, Engagement, and AssessmentModule 8: Your Synergized Group Work Model Design and ProposalWeeks 13 and 14OverviewA. In this module, you will have an opportunity to synthesize what you’ve learned throughout thecourse to develop a proposal for your own group work module.AssignmentsReadings1. Fritz, J. (2016). How to create a fundraising plan for a new nonprofit (Canvas).2. Hawthorne, R. (2016). Starting a nonprofit: The importance of developing a business plan(Canvas).3. Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants (2011). Budgeting: A guide for smallnonprofit organizations (Canvas).

SWK-D679 e-Social Work Practice with Groups (3 cr.)Page 6Assignments and GradingMore specific instructions for each assignment will be posted on Canvas. Instructor also will discuss details oranswer any questions related to assignment during the class and office hours.All assignments should be produced on a wordprocessor (or typed), double spaced, with one-inch margins onall sides, carefully edited and proofed, using no smaller than a 12 point font, and conforming to APA style (6thed.)Assignments1. VoiceThread #1: Group Work Models (Individual Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Point: .5 pts.2. Self-efficacy Scale and Goals for this Course Assignment (Individual Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .5 pts.3. M1 Quiza. DUE: .TBDb. Points .5 pts.4. Therapeutic Group Work Assignment (Group Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .20 pts.5. Therapeutic Model Twitter Feed (Group Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .5 pts.6. M2 Quiz (Individual Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .5 pts.7. Identity-based Social Action Group Work Assignment (Group Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .25 pts.8. MeetUp Community Action Assignment (Group Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .20 pts.9. Identity-based/Community Action Twitter Feed (Group Assignment)a. DUE: .TBD

SWK-D679 e-Social Work Practice with Groups (3 cr.)Page 7b. Points: .5 pts.10. Psychoeducation Twitter Feed Assignment (Group Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .5 pts.11. Psychoeducation Model Presentation (Individual Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .15 pts.12. M5 Quiz (Individual Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .5 pts.13. Online Peer Support Group Assignment (Group Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .30 pts.14. Online Support Group Twitter Feed (Group Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .5 pts.15. M6 Quiz (Individual Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .5 pts.16. Enrollment, Engagement, and Assessment (Group Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .10 pts.17. VoiceThread #2: Your Online Group Work Design and Proposal (Individual Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .20 pts.18. Self-efficacy Scale and Goals Assessment (Individual Assignment)a. DUE: .TBDb. Points: .5 pts.Grading StandardsPapers are graded on the quality of the final product not on the effort you extended completing them.The grade of A is reserved for truly outstanding work that goes beyond basic requirements.In the Indiana University School of Social Work MSW program, grades of B are the expected norm.Reflecting competency and proficiency, grades of B reflect good or high quality work typical of graduate

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3. Wenger-Clemons, J. (2014). Client system assessment tools for social work practice (Canvas). Group Assignment s . 1. Therapeutic Group Work Assignment 2. Therapeutic Group Work Twitter Feed Individual Assignment 1. M2 Quiz . Module 3: Identity-Based Social Action Group Work . Weeks 5 and 6 . Overview . A. This module reviews a number of topics around how we construct self-concepts and self .

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