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					Process Recording*
           Tutorial

                      Fall 2008

   *With Citations from TU Field
              Education Manual
Does the thought of doing a Process
Recording make you react like this?
Or like this…
Tonight we are here to answer
 some of the questions you have
 about the Process Recording
 assignments for your field
 experience.
OUTLINE

What is a Process Recording?
Process Recording Purposes
Process Recording Structure (FORM)
Content of Process Recordings
    Cover Page
    Interaction
    Summary
Other Written Assignments
Due Dates
  What is a Process Recording?

 A tool used by social workers
  to help guide in the acquisition of self
   reflection skills, and
  to focus one’s thoughts, beliefs and
   actions/reactions in relation to practice
   situations.
        A Process Recording…

Documents the client-social worker
 exchange, and allows for identification of
 what one did well and where improvement
 may be needed.
Gives attention to both the content and the
 unfolding of the interaction with the client
 system on multiple communication levels.
Purpose of Process Recordings




  Self-reflection
To structure thinking about
 professional practice
To conceptualize what happens in
 the transactions between social
 worker and client systems
To heighten awareness of oneself in
 action within the transaction
To distinguish facts from judgments
 and/or impressions
      Process Recording Format
    (see pages* 174-75 for sample)
Cover Page (page 176)
Interaction (Body) (page 177)
Summary (page 178)




*from TU Field Education Manual
         COVER PAGE CONTENT

Student
Date:        Of the interaction
Setting: office, client home, school, etc.
Why This Interaction was Selected: why you feel this
      particular exchange was valuable to process
Client Background: who is present and involved in the
  interaction-gender, age, ethnicity, connection
Purpose: why is this interaction being held now
Tuning In: what are the overt and covert agendas of
      all parties involved
        Interaction (BODY) Content
Content             Skills Used Gut                             Thoughts
                                Reactions
This is the         What professional      What are your        What are your
verbatim content    skills and theories    feelings about the   distractions-are
of the interview.   learned in class       setting, the         you able to be “in
Include both        are you employing      process, content,    the moment” in
verbal and          in this interaction?   etc. Tune in to      this interaction?
nonverbal           Ex: Engagement,        your internal        What are your
communication.      Rapport Building,      process.             hunches; what
Worker 1:           Confrontation,         I feel_______,       does your
Client 1:           Summarizing, etc.      because______.       learning about
                                                                human behavior
Worker 2:           (see page 173)                              and the social
Client 2:                                                       context tell you
Worker 3:                                                       about this
                                                                situation?
Notes on Interaction (Body) Section
1. Generally, student should plan to include a
   portion of a full interview (a rule of thumb is 15
   minutes)
2. Student should complete this as soon after the
   actual interview as possible, to assure
   accurate recall.
3. Be as exact in wording as you can, however,
   you CANNOT tape record.
4. Template includes 1 Interaction page, but
   please replicate as many as needed to record
   the entirety of the interaction.
5. Use page numbers for each.
SUMMARY CONTENT
Summary:
What were the main themes of the entire contact. Did all expected parties
arrive? Participate?

Impression & Analysis:
What was your impression of the interaction? Based upon theory and practice
knowledge, what is happening in the situation? What is/are your role(s)? What
practices skills did you use? Was the stated purpose of the interaction
achieved? What obstacles were present?
Assessment:
How effective were you in this interaction? What can you do to improve for next
time? This is the time for “self-reflection”

Plan:
Is there a Treatment/Goal Plan/Safety Plan? Is there an agreement between
client and worker for the work to be done? Is there a “contract” for next steps, if
so please outline.
SPECIAL NOTES:

1. When doing a process recording, care
   must be taken to disguise identifying
   information (in accordance with HIPAA
   regulations) to protect client
   confidentiality and privacy.
   Some agencies have additional rules related to
   confidentiality, so please review these with the
   agency/program and then with your field
   instructor.
2. Proofread your recording.
      DUE DATES* FALL 2008
 1st Assignment
 OCTOBER 3 To Field Instructor
  OCTOBER 10 To Liaison
  2nd Assignment
 NOVEMBER 5 To Field Instructor
  NOVEMBER 12 To Liaison
  3rd Assignment
 DECEMBER 1 To Field Instructor
 DECEMBER 8 To Liaison
*RECORDING GOES TO YOUR FIELD INSTRUCTOR
 ONE WEEK BEFORE SUBMISSION TO LIAISON FOR
 HIS/HER REVIEW AND COMMENT
Other written assignments

Practice reflection

Journals

Monthly reports
            Practice Reflection
                  (see pages179-184)
 Is a reflection/observation of a macro-practice social
  work experience.
 Student may be either an observer or a participant in
  the event (rally, meeting, training, or other collective
  activity).
 Separate Formats appear for different MSW
  Program levels
           1. Foundation MSW & Advanced Clinical
               (pages 179-180)
            2. Advanced Management & Planning
               (pages 181-182)
            3. Advanced Community & Policy
              (pages183-184)
Practice Reflection Outline

1. Identifying Information/Description of
   Event or Meeting
2. Pre-Event Activity: Goals & Perceptions
3. Event Process/Content of Meeting
4. Analysis of the Event/Meeting
5. Analysis of Student’s Reactions/Practice
                      Journal

 Journaling is a recommended tool to assist students
  to track the course of their assignments in field.
 It is suggested that students, at minimum 1x per week,
  write in outline or short paragraph form a summary of
  their accomplishments in field for the week; noting
  linkages they may be seeing with classroom learning.
 Journaling is valuable for personal reflection, but these
  weekly summaries may also be used as an
  attachment on the Monthly Report as the response to
  “Student Learning Activities” (bottom of page 169)
                       Monthly Report
                      (see pages169-170)
 Monthly Reports ARE to be submitted 3x during the
  course of Fall Semester 2008 on 10/3, 11/5 and
  12/3. If you are doing extended field, you may be asked to do an additional
                MR for January.
 Purpose: To communicate with your Field Liaison in
  summary form content of learning, as well as issues
  and concerns from the fieldwork experience
 Content: 1. Summary of Learning Activities
           2. Questions related to Field
               Instruction and Integration of
               Classroom and Field
           3. General Issues
           4. Availability of Learning Opportunities
 Submit your Monthly Report directly to Field Liaison
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