Evaluation

 

Please rate the student on each of the following competencies using the following scale:

5 Demonstrates a high level of competency
4 Clearly demonstrates competency
3 Demonstrates minimal level of competency
2 Demonstrates inadequate level of competency
1 Fails to demonstrate even minimal competency

Competency 1 – Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior

5 = highly competent, 4 = clearly competent, 3 = minimally competent, 2 = inadequately competent, 1 = fail

Score Criteria
 4   1. Makes clinically appropriate decisions based on the NASW Code of Ethics, and other local, state, and federal legal statutes and regulations.
 4   2. Identifies and manages personal values to provide clinical service delivery, according to professional values and standards.
 4   3. Incorporates professional behavior when engaging clients, families, colleagues, and other professionals.
 4   4. Evaluates the ethical and appropriate use of technology to facilitate delivery of clinical social work services.
 4   5. Integrates principles of supervision and consultation to guide professional judgement and behavior.
 4   6. Demonstrates professional development by identifying the specialized skills and knowledge needed to practice clinical social work.

 

Please provide over-all feedback on this competency:

Chelsey has demonstrated competency consistently.

Competency 2 – Engage Diversity and Difference in Practice

5 = highly competent, 4 = clearly competent, 3 = minimally competent, 2 = inadequately competent, 1 = fail

Score Criteria
 4   7. Demonstrates cultural awareness by recognizing and integrating diverse populations’ varying values, culture, norms, and beliefs throughout the therapeutic process.
 4   8. Demonstrates cultural humility by managing personal biases when partnering with clients.
 4   9. Communicates in a culturally responsive way recognizing various community structures, norms, and values.

 

Please provide over-all feedback on this competency:

Due to the lack in diversity in our area she has met this competency to the best of her ability.

Competency 3 – Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice

5 = highly competent, 4 = clearly competent, 3 = minimally competent, 2 = inadequately competent, 1 = fail

Score Criteria
 4   10. Examines the effects of oppression, discrimination, structural social inequality, and historical trauma on clients/constituents and their systems to guide intervention planning.
 4   11. Chooses social work clinical practices that promote human rights and social, economic, and environmental justice.

 

Please provide over-all feedback on this competency:

No concerns noted in this competency.

Competency 4 – Engage In Practice-informed Research and Research-informed Practice

5 = highly competent, 4 = clearly competent, 3 = minimally competent, 2 = inadequately competent, 1 = fail

Score Criteria
 4   12. Critically evaluates evidence based and “best practice” treatment interventions.
 4   13. Develops clinical intervention plans based on the best available research and “best practices”.

 

Please provide over-all feedback on this competency:

No concerns

Competency 5 – Engage in Policy Practice

5 = highly competent, 4 = clearly competent, 3 = minimally competent, 2 = inadequately competent, 1 = fail

Score Criteria
 4   14. Critically evaluates and creates awareness about agency and/or government policies and regulations that impact the well-being of clients.
 4   15. Applies critical thinking to analyze, formulate, and advocate for policies that support the needs of clients who present for clinical services.

 

Please provide over-all feedback on this competency:

She was appropriate in asking about policies and applying them to her internship.

Competency 6 – Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities

5 = highly competent, 4 = clearly competent, 3 = minimally competent, 2 = inadequately competent, 1 = fail

Score Criteria
Individuals
 4   16. Uses empathy, reflection, and interpersonal skills to engage diverse clients in the therapeutic process.        
Families
 4   17. Uses empathy, reflection, interpersonal skills, and knowledge of human behavior and the social environment and family systems to engage with families.        
Groups
 4   18. Uses empathy, reflection, interpersonal skills, and knowledge of group dynamics to engage group members in the group process.        
 4   19. Engages with inter-professional teams and stakeholders associated with clients’ care.        
Organizations
 4   20. Engages with organizations that provide services, support, advocacy, and resources to support to clients.        
Communities
 4   21. Identifies and actively participates in opportunities to communicate with community leaders and members about community service gaps for clients.        

 

Please provide over-all feedback on this competency:

She is able to engage with individuals appropriately.

Competency 7 – Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities

5 = highly competent, 4 = clearly competent, 3 = minimally competent, 2 = inadequately competent, 1 = fail

Score Criteria
Individuals
 4   22. Conducts clinical assessments that provide information about the biopsychosocial-spiritual needs of clients.        
 4   23. Uses critical thinking to apply the strengths perspective and theories of human behavior and the social environment when analyzing and interpreting assessment information in a clinical setting.        
 4   24. Develops mutually agreed-upon evidence-based therapeutic interventions that consider culture, values, and safety.        
Families
 4   25. Conducts family assessments to understand family roles, functioning, relationships, resources, and support needs.        
 4   26. Uses critical thinking to apply theories of family systems when analyzing and interpreting family functioning, support, and dynamics.        
Groups
 4   27. Identifies the professional social work role in inter-professional and supervision group meetings and assesses how that role contributes to the group’s purpose.        
 4   28. Assesses the functioning and needs of professional and/or client focused groups, and considers the best intervention strategies, based on professional knowledge and ethics.        
Organizations
 4   29. Assesses how the agency’s mission, structure, vision, connect to client outcomes.        
 4   30. Uses critical thinking to consider the strengths and limitations of therapeutic services provided to clients.        
Communities
 4   31. Develops knowledge about community resources, resources, governance, political climate, and initiatives to support mental health.        
 4   32. Uses critical thinking to consider the strengths and limitations of the community and how those impact the functioning of clients.        

 

Please provide over-all feedback on this competency:

No concerns on assessments.

Competency 8 – Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities

5 = highly competent, 4 = clearly competent, 3 = minimally competent, 2 = inadequately competent, 1 = fail

Score Criteria
Individuals
 4   33. Implements therapeutic interventions based on the strengths perspective, biopsychosocial needs, and current theories appropriate for the setting and client needs.        
 4   34. Utilizes appropriate resources and services for clients.        
Families
 4   35. Implements family interventions based on the strengths perspective, family culture, family systems theory, and evidence-based practice.        
 4   36. Utilizes appropriate resources, services, and interventions for families.        
Groups
 4   37. Uses professional ethics, knowledge, and evidence-based interventions in groups.        
Organizations
 4   38. Participates in opportunities to improve agency/organization service delivery that will support the needs of clients.        
Communities
 4   39. Explores and actively participates in opportunities to advocate for community services and support mental health services.        

 

Please provide over-all feedback on this competency:

She was able to meet the competency in the time of her internship.

Competency 9 – Evaluates with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities

5 = highly competent, 4 = clearly competent, 3 = minimally competent, 2 = inadequately competent, 1 = fail

Score Criteria
Individuals:
 4   40. Evaluates the effectiveness of therapeutic intervention strategies for with individuals.        
 4   41. Utilizes evaluation data to inform new intervention strategies.        
Families
 4   42. Evaluates the effectiveness of intervention strategies used to improve family functioning and support.        
 4   43. Utilizes evaluation data to inform new intervention strategies and resources.        
Groups
 4   44. Evaluates the effectiveness of group related processes.        
 4   45. Utilizes evaluation data to inform future group processes.        
Organizations
 4   46. Evaluates the effectiveness of social services and intervention strategies provided by agencies to support clients.        
 4   47. Utilizes evaluation data to inform advocacy initiatives to improve services.        
Communities
 4   48. Evaluates the effectiveness of community services and resources for clients and their families.        
 4   49. Utilizes evaluation data to inform advocacy initiatives.        

 

 

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