Was the experience of the planned change process different
from what you expected? If so, how was it different?
What were the most difficult aspects, and the most satisfying
aspects, of implementing the planned change process with
your client? Explain your thoughts.
What did you learn about yourself and your client using the
planned change process? How will you apply what you learned
in your future social work practice?
How do you think the planned change process enables you to
be a more effective social worker? How does it detract from
your abilities to be a more effective social worker?
What questions or concerns do you have as a result of your
experience and critique of the planned change process?
I can say it was a little different from what I expected. I say this because I think I expected it to
be a lot harder and I'm glad that it wasn't as difficult as I imagined. One aspect of the
assignment that I thought was difficult was understanding some of the questions. I do feel like
being able to see your five helped a lot when it came to answering a lot of the questions and
really seeing what you meant by them. During this assignment, I learned that this client has had
a very rocky past and just wants a little support maintaining her present and future. I wouldn't
say that I learned much about myself during this project. I also learned that it is possible to
regain custody of your children after dealing with the system for more than six years. I will apply
the knowledge that I learned during this assignment to look back on and use certain aspects
such as resources to help in future cases. I think that the planned change process enables me
to be a more effective social worker by allowing me to see each step of the process of social
work laid out and worked through. I do not personally believe that ikt detrfacts from my ability to
be a effective social worker. I feel like this was a great and fun project. I do not have any
questions as a result of my experience.