Social Work Exam Prep Course$349.00
About this course
Social Work Exam Prep study materials have everything you need including immersive and effective ASWB practice tests. Plus, 100 sample questions to help you to connect the materials to how it is conveyed in practice questions during the course. While you will become licensed in your home state, the social work exam itself is a national exam. So regardless of where you live in the country, everyone takes the same test administered by the ASWB.
Your curriculum is broken down into five two-hour online modules. Each module houses an electronic manual with three core components for you to use to study for the exam: a pre-recorded WebEx training presentation by Wendy Alias, 350 PowerPoint study slides, a detailed transcription of the recording, and additional printable and bonus educational materials. Study from anywhere in the United States at your own pace!
Get prepped and ready to pass your Social Work Exam online from anywhere in the country! We have helped hundreds of social workers pass their LGSW /LMSW Exam with a 85% first time pass rate using our virtual Social Work Exam Prep materials and study guide. Study online with audio, visual, and tactile course materials that can be reviewed and studied at your convenience.
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Module One of the Social Work Exam Prep covers the objectives of the overall social worker parent exam prep course, the composition of the exam and what to expect when you go to take the exam, information about how the scoring is tallied, who writes the questions, and how much time you have to take the exam. And then we move on to the specific content of the course including: <ul> <li>neuro developmental disorders</li> <li>intellectual disability</li> <li>autism spectrum disorder</li> <li>attention deficit hyperactivity disorder</li> <li>schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders</li> <li>Bipolar and other related disorders</li> <li>Depressive Disorders</li> <li>Anxiety disorder.</li> <li>obsessive-compulsive disorder</li> <li>Hoarding Disorder</li> <li>body dysmorphic disorder</li> <li>PTSD, otherwise known as post traumatic stress disorder</li> <li>trauma and stress related disorders</li> <li>somatic symptoms</li> <li>feeding and eating disorders</li> <li>substance use disorders</li> <li>substances themselves</li> </ul>
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Module Two of the Social Work Exam Prep covers the following topics: <ul> <li>neurocognitive disorders including the stages of Alzheimer's disease</li> <li>personality disorders</li> <li>paraphilic disorders</li> <li>Stages of Grief by Elisabeth Kubler Ross</li> <li>psychopharmacology aspect of all medicines and what they are used to treat</li> <li>pointers from Wendy about how to memorize and understand medication for the exam</li> <li>Theorist and various practice modalities</li> <li> Cognitive-behavioral Therapy</li> <li> psychoeducational counseling</li> <li>Structural Family therapy</li> <li>Dialectical Behavioral Therapy</li> <li>EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy</li> <li>dysfunctional family roles</li> <li>stages of change and what that means</li> <li>CO-occurring disorders and models of addiction</li> <li>illicit drug classifications and what is used to treat addiction</li> </ul>
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Module Three of the Social Work Exam Prep covers the following topics: <ul> <li>ego psychology, ego psychology theory, and ego defense mechanisms</li> <li>psychoanalytic terms, and psychoanalytic theory by Freud including interviewing techniques</li> <li>active listening, and motivational interviewing including the stages of the therapeutic relationship</li> <li>treatment planning, and what that looks like.</li> <li>classic and operant conditioning ecological systems theory.</li> <li>compare and contrast Piaget, Freud, and Erikson stages of development, and understand how they might appear on a test.</li> <li>object relations theory</li> <li>social learning theory, attachment theory and family systems theory.</li> <li>parenting styles</li> <li>Understanding the child welfare system and processes, termination of parental rights</li> <li>elder abuse and neglect, and gerontological considerations working with the elderly</li> <li>signs and symptoms of neglect and abuse</li> <li>suicide assessment and what to look for when assessing for suicide.</li> </ul>
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Module Four of the Social Work Exam Prep includes the research component and how to prepare for the exam consisting of levels of measurement, research terms, and covers the following topics: <ul> <li>NASW Code of Ethics National Association of Social Workers code of ethics, and all relevant in terms of the test</li> <li>the values of the code of ethics in all of the sections that, explaining in detail how it appears on the test</li> <li>study tips and strategies for taking the exam, explaining different methodologies and practices to consider when answering the exam,</li> <li>tips, and strategies for how to answer questions,</li> <li>Looking at the significance of how a social workers role impacts the questions on the exam and understanding what roles might be relevant</li> </ul>
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The content for Module Five of the Social Work Exam Prep is a review of 60 questions from the PowerPoint presentation that give a representation of how the information from modules 1 through 4 is conceptualized in ASWB format. <ul> <li>In depth review of the 60 questions, point out which ones are the distractors</li> <li>identifying the specialty questions and what are you going to do first, next, and most</li> <li>what to look for inside of each question, to stay towards the correct answer</li> <li>in reviewing those 60 questions, planning out the answers</li> <li>various strategies for understanding the question and what the test takers are asking for</li> <li>a complete evaluation of the questions in preparation for the exam</li> </ul>
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