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Idelle Datlof lives in Cincinnati Ohio. She received her MSW from the University of Michigan in 1971 and has worked in a community mental health setting as a therapist, supervisor and administrator, followed by a decade in private practice. After taking the Clinical test in 2009 she began tutoring social workers; this gave her the opportunity to observe directly which skills and content are necessary for mastery of the ASWB exams. In May 2013, she created a 5 hour online course which teaches and explains the essential exam content. To this she added a live 90-minute training session to teach students the skills to uncover the concept in each question.
Jan has been working with us since 2014. Jan received her MSW from the University of Michigan in 1971, and holds a Clinical and Macro license in Michigan. Her extensive career in social work includes direct service, program administration and supervision. She has worked with a variety of populations: adults with developmental disabilities and their families, youth adjudicated delinquent and older adults.
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Susan is an alcoholic who has been sober for one year.
She was referred to a social worker by her employer’s EAP.
Lately, she has been coming in late in the mornings and
has been uncharacteristically short-tempered and irritable
with her supervisor. Her workplace is downsizing and
many employees are anxious about possible layoffs.
As a priority, the SW should address and:
A) Refer her for a medical evaluation to rule out physical causes for these behavior changes.
B) Begin a thorough assessment of all the factors that may be contributing to these changes.
C) Perform an assessment to identify any current substance use.
D) Discuss Susan’s feelings and reactions to the increased tensions at the workplace.