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Matia W.
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Social Work
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Question:

What is a strength-based approach and person-centered approach?

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Answer:

This is the foundation of social work and refers to how social workers interact with and help clients. It aims to focus on the client's strengths rather than their weaknesses, therefore, enabling them to build upon those strengths and setting them up for success. It also involves the concept of meeting the client where they are at in order to better understand their perspective and more effectively aid them in their journey.

Writing
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Question:

What is the part of an essay that states the main idea or purpose?

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Answer:

Thesis statement

Psychology
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Question:

Describe the difference between Freud's Id, Ego, and Superego

Matia W.
Answer:

Each is considered parts of the human psyche and personality. The Id makes up the unconscious and biological aspects of the mind. This is present in infancy. The Ego is the conscious decision making part of the mind. The superego is the most complex and encompasses morals and values heavily influenced by family and society.

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