Theories used in social work practice practice models social work theories are general explanations that are supported by evidence obtained through the scientific method a theory may explain human behavior for example by describing how humans interact or how humans react to certain stimuli. Introductory works although references to the application of learning theory and conditioning methods can be found in the social work literature as far back as the 1930s it was not until the 1960s that behavioral techniques truly began to influence the field of social casework. Drawing on cognitive behavioural therapy in social work practice key concepts key theorists and pies and develop these aspects into how social workers can use these skills in could not be directly explained by behavioural theories rational emotive therapy ellis 1962 1999 developed alongside cognitive therapy . A lot of the social work theory taught at university is taken from psychology law philosophy education and even management these theories attempt to explain human behaviour relationships and . This theory can help explain and treat the identifiable cause of certain behaviors social workers can leverage social learning theory in almost every difficult situation to figure out the best solution expanding your knowledge of all social work theories and relevant practices can help you to be better prepared for your next challenge in the
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