Human Services Professional
Assignment ID Number AFFGEHU83939HD Type of Document Essay Writing Format APA/MLA/Harvard Academic Level Masters/University References/Sources 4 References
HUM5010 Human Services Professional
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Read Chapters 13, 14, and the epilogue from your text, The generalist model: Where do the micro and macro merge, before starting this assignment. (Links to an external site.) in the field of empirically supported treatments, and self-care (Links to an external site.). In your final paper, you should identify and analyze a community-identified need.
You will be required to think on your future as a human services professional as part of your summative evaluation. You must comprehensively address the following in your paper:
Examine the decision you made in Week 1 about your professional path.
What populations do you wish to serve and in what capacity?
What kind of company do you want to work for in the future (or now, if you plan to stay with your current company as you advance)?
Examine the history, present, and future societal concerns that the human services profession faces with the population and organization of your choice.
Examine at least one historical problem that is relevant to your population.
What are the current issues that your clients may be facing, and how can this affect your organization and your work?
What societal issues might your clients and business encounter in the future?
Consider how you might carry out your responsibilities in this profession.
What kind of supervision do you think you’ll get?
What kind of professional relationships do you have with your coworkers?
How will you maintain appropriate boundaries with clients?
What other services does your company provide, and how do these services intersect with your own?
Evaluate the impact of the community on your clients and organization.
How will you work with your clients in the community to serve them?
In terms of the people you’ve decided to serve, how do you think you’ll have an impact on global needs?
Compare and contrast the human services organization where you currently work or may work with a similar human services organization serving the same population.
Outline the similarities and differences, determining which model of a human services agency is more effective.
Final paper on “My Future as a Human Services Professional”
Must be six to eight double-spaced pages in length (excluding title and references pages) and formatted in APA Style as stated in the Writing Center’s APA Style guide (Links to an external site.)
A separate title page must be included with the following information:
Title of the paper (bold and with a space between the title and the rest of the information)
The name of the student is followed by the name of the institution (University of Arizona Global Campus).
Name and number of the course
Name of the instructor
Date of submission
Refer to APA Formatting for Word 2013 for more information on formatting and the title page (Links to an external site.).
It is necessary to use academic voice. See the Academic Voice (Links to an external site.) resource for extra guidance.
An opening and conclusion paragraph are required. The conclusion of your opening paragraph should have a clear thesis statement that explains the goal of your paper.
Refer to the Writing Center resources for help with Introductions & Conclusions (Links to an external site.) and Writing a Thesis Statement (Links to an external site.).
In addition to the course material, you must use at least three scholarly, peer-reviewed sources.
Additional information about eligible source types can be found in the Scholarly, Peer-Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources (Links to an external site.) table. Please contact your instructor if you have any queries regarding whether a certain source is appropriate for this project. Your instructor has the final say on whether or not a source is appropriate for a given assignment.
To aid you in completing the research required for this assignment, view this Library Quick n Dirty (Links to an external site.) lesson, which introduces the University of Arizona Global Campus Library and the research process, and includes some library search strategies.
Any information from sources must be documented in APA Style, as stated in the Writing Center’s APA: Citing Within Your Paper (Links to an external site.)
A second references page, formatted according to APA Style as stated in the Writing Center, must be included. For details, see the Writing Center’s APA: Formatting Your References List (Links to an external site.) page.
M. E. Martin, M. E. Martin, M. E. Martin, M (2018). Through the eyes of practice settings, an introduction to human services (4th ed.). Pearson.
Chapter 14: Human Services in Rural Areas
International Human Services (Chapter 15)
Conclusion: Human Services in the Future: New Opportunities
The full-text version of this ebook is available through the Redshelf platform in your online classroom. This is an introductory textbook that covers the entire field of human services. This week, you’ll use Chapter 14 to help you with the Serving Rural Communities discussion forum and the My Future as a Human Services Professional Final Paper. This week, Chapter 15 will help you with your International Human Services learning activity and your final paper, My Future as a Human Services Professional. This week, you’ll use the Epilogue to help you with your Design a Personal Self-Care Plan diary and My Future as a Human Services Professional Final Paper.
S. E. Miller, C. J. Tice, and D. M. Harnek Hall (2008). Where do the micro and macro merge in the generalist model? (This is a link to another website.) Advances in Social Work, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 8090. https://doi.org/10.18060/203
This article will help you with your International Human Services learning activity and the My Future as a Human Services Professional Final Paper this week by providing information on the generalist model in human services.
D. Puterbaugh, D. Puterbaugh, D. Puterbaugh (2015, May 28). In the world of empirically supported treatments, self-care is important. (This is a link to an external site.) Today’s Counseling http://ct.counseling.org/2015/05/self-care-in-the-world-of-empirically-supported-treatments/
This article will help you with the Design a Personal Self-Care Plan notebook and the My Future as a Human Services Professional Final Paper this week by providing information about self-care in the helping professions. There is no such thing as an accessibility statement. Policy on Personal Information Protection (Links to an external site.)
Resources to Consider
Amnesty International is a human rights organization (2018). You have no rights here, the United States says. Asylum seekers in the United States face illegal detention, arbitrary imprisonment, and mistreatment. https://www.amnesty.org/download/Documents/AMR5191012018ENGLISH.PDF
This website can help you with your International Human Services learning assignment this week by providing information about the importance of immigrant rights. There is no such thing as an accessibility statement. Policy on Personal Information Protection (Links to an external site.)
E. Carlson-Rainer, E. Carlson-Rainer, E. Carlson-Ra (2017). In terms of peace, security, and human rights, Sweden is a global leader. 7985 in World Affairs, vol. 180, no. 4. https://doi.org/10.1177/0043820018759714
The full-text version of this article is available in the Ashford University Library’s MasterFILE Premier database. This article will help you with your International Human Services learning assignment this week by providing facts about Sweden as a world leader in peace, security, and human rights.
T. El-Amin, B. L. Anderson, J. P. Leider, J. Satorius, and A. Knudson (2018). Enhancing mental health literacy in rural America: Growth of Mental Health First Aid program in rural communities in the United States from 20082016. Journal of Rural Mental Health, 42(1), 2031. https://doi.org/10.1037/rmh0000088
The full-text version of this paper may be found in the Ashford University Library’s PsycARTICLES database. This article will help you with your Serving Rural Communities discussion forum this week by providing information about mental health literacy in rural America.
G. J. Greene, K. Madkins, K. Andrews, J. Dispenza, and B. Mustanski (2016). Keep it up! implementation and assessment Online HIV prevention intervention in a community-based environment. AIDS Education and Prevention, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 231245. https://doi.org/10.1521/aeap.2016.28.3.231
The full-text version of this article may be found in the Ashford University Library’s CINAHL Complete database. This article discusses HIV prevention and may be useful for your week’s International Human Services learning activity and Serving Rural Communities discussion forum.
P. H. Negandhi, S. B. Neogi, S. Chopra, A. Phogat, R. Sahota, R. Gupta, R. Gupta, R. Gupta, S. Zodpey (2016). Improving reporting of newborn mortality, maternal fatalities and stillbirths in Haryana, India. 370375 in World Health Organization Bulletin, 94(5). https://doi.org/10.2471/blt.15.157693
The full-text version of this article may be found in the Ashford University Library’s CINAHL Complete database. This article will help you with your International Human Services learning activity this week by providing information on HIV prevention.
C. Oliveira, I. Keygnaert, M. do R. Oliveira, and S. Dias (2018). In European asylum processing facilities, assessing reported cases of sexual and gender-based violence, their causes, and prevention strategies. Globalization and Health, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 4859. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12992-018-0365-6
This article will help you with your Serving Rural Communities discussion forum this week by providing information about mental health literacy in rural America. There is no such thing as an accessibility statement. Policy on Personal Information Protection (Links to an external site.)
D. Pollack (2015, June). Human service departments’ role in sexual abuse of adolescents in remote locations. Policy & Practice, 73(3). 3233.
The full-text version of this article may be found in the Ashford University Library’s Business Insight Global database. This article contains information.
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