Critical reflections on practice (this assignment is a social work reflective essay) Use the
Title: Using examples from your own practice, you are required to provide a reflective Analysis of the issues involved in working as an anti-oppressive practitioner and action you have taken to put your learning into practice.
You are expected to incorporate your wider knowledge and research of theory, research, legislation and values and to relate these to:
the community being served by the agency;
the agency itself; (drug and alcohol substance misuse)
Your social status and identity;
how you are using your knowledge to develop as an anti-oppressive practitioner and
how you are actively putting this knowledge into practice
Intended Learning Outcomes for the Anti-oppressive assignment
1. Practice safely and competently in accordance with the HCPC’s Guidance on conduct and ethics for students and work towards practicing in accordance with the Professional Capabilities Framework commensurate to a first substantive placement.
2. Reflect on their own practice and continuing personal and professional development.
3. Use evidence and knowledge to underpin their practice
The above is the questions:
Below is the guidelines and suggested readings
Include the PCS Thompson model
Structural’ think about how society and services are structured – creating potential oppression and barriers for some groups (unintentional or intentional) – do some services exclude
Cultural’ – think about wider influences – culture – ‘social norms’ – you may be able to draw on research evidence about the experience of particular service user groups and any prevalent cultural understandings e.g. media etc
Think about – ‘personal’ level – your identity – your impact
your agency – using examples of practice you have been involved in and how you have demonstrated working in an anti-oppressive way. Think about your interaction in practice and demonstrate this through examples.
The agency e.g. diversity within the agency; policies, inclusive approaches, your role
Your social status and identity e.g. consideration of your knowledge and use of self; your identity, values, beliefs, experiences
Your development as an anti-oppressive practitioner e.g. what have your learnt? What do you still need to learn? What does this mean for your practice? Has this changed what you do / how you respond?
Am working in a drug and Alcohol service; I want to be talking about how the drug and alcohol service is hard for service users who have both substance misuse and mental health issues. The service won’t treat them until the mental team is involved or have treated the illness because the drug and alcohol service will get in involve.
Include the misuse Act, The equality Act, The care Act and the HCPC’s Guidance on conduct and ethics for student social work
Clifford,D & Burke, B (2009) “Anti-oppressive ethics and values in social work” Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Dominelli, L 2002 Anti-oppressive social work theory and practice; Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Fenge, L Howe, K Hughes, M and Calvin Thomas, G; 2014 “The social work portfolio – a guide to evidencing your practice” Berkshire: Open University Press
Larsen, G 2008; Anti oppressive practice in mental health Journal of progressive human sciences 19:1 39-54
Payne, M 2014 Modern Social Work Theory 4th Ed; Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Thompson, N, 2016 Anti-discriminatory practice: equality, diversity and social justice’ 6th Ed, London: Palgrave
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