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Poverty is a major social problem in the Philippines with 21.6 percent of the Filipino population earning an income below the poverty line, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority. > It is common to find families in the Philippines that have some members who return to their family home during weekends after spending a week in major cities for work or study. Department of Social Work, Brigham Young School of Social Work, Utah, USA, Amy Bess, Director, Global Social Service Workforce Alliance, and Roger Pearson, Youth and Adolescent Development Specialist, UNICEF New York. Apply knowledge of human behavior and social environment with emphasis on Social work has its roots in the attempts of society at large to deal with the problem of poverty and inequality. The country ranks 101 out of 176 countries on the 2017 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), which evaluated the countries' corruption levels on a scale from 0 to 100. Social Work Theses, FIVE INFLUENTIAL FACTORS THAT CAN IMPACT A CLIENT- SOCIAL WORKER RELATIONSHIP DURING REUNIFICATION, Desiree Alfaro, Athletes with Mental Health Illnesses, Trenton Allmang, THE USE OF SELF-DISCLOSURE IN CLINICAL PRACTICE: EXPLORING GRADUATE SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS, Kevin Alsina, RECOVERY ORIENTED SERVICES AND ENGAGEMENT IN PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES, Graciela Arzola and Mayra Beas, Domestic Violence in Rural Areas, Priscilla Ayala and Patricia Sanchez, Social Workers' Knowledge and Experience Working with Mixed Race Youth and Families, Ashley R. Bennett and Mellissa M. Duchesne, VICARIOUS TRAUMA AMONG SOCIAL WORKERS: THE IMPACT OF CLIENT TRAUMA, Raelynn Berrios and Monique Zarate, BEHAVIORAL INDICATORS OF COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION AMONG YOUTH IN FOSTER HOMES: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF SECONDARY CARE PROVIDERS, Tamara Lynne Bradford and Roseanna Ruiz, Factors Leading to Foster Youth Obtaining Higher Education, Stephen Burwell and Keyln Leeker, HOSPICE SOCIAL WORKERS BELIEFS, ETHICS, AND VALUES: HOW DO THEY AFFECT TERMINAL CLIENTS REQUESTING PHYSICIAN ASSISTED SUICIDE?, Jazmine Camacho and Jessica Huver, PROFESSIONALS’ PERSPECTIVES ON BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS OF SUCCESS WITH TEEN PARENTS IN THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM, Zuleima Carrillo and Victoria Valenzuela, Self-care, Burnout, and Compassion Fatigue, among Child Welfare Workers, Angelica Castrejon, BODY IMAGE ROLE ON NON-SUICIDAL SELF-INJURY, Maria Ceja and Stephani Aguiar-Vasquez, THE CORRELATION BETWEEN COUNTY EXPENDITURES AND AB109 RECIDIVISM: A CROSS-SECTIONAL ANALYSIS, Maya Crim, WHAT ARE THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES AND AGE OF INITIATON OF SUBSTANCE USE?, Alisha Dozier, ENTERING THE UNITED STATES FROM CENTRAL AMERICA AND MEXICO: SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE WITH UNACCOMPANIED MINORS, Crystal Duarte, EDUCATORS' BARRIERS TO REPORTING CHILD MALTREATMENT, Miriam Figueroa and MariaIsela Maldonado, CHALLENGES TO RURAL CHILD WELFARE SERVICES, Raymond Gaffney, MENTAL HEALTH THERAPISTS' VIEWS ON THE CHALLENGES LATINOS FACE TO CONTINUE SERVICES, Jessica Gutierrez and Elizabeth Casas-Valdovinos, REDUCING RECIDIVISM: PEOPLE ON PAROLE AND PROBATION, Noe George Gutierrez, FRESH FROM THE FIGHT: THE TRANSITION INTO CIVILIAN LIFE, Robert Harris and Keena Carter, DISPROPORTIONALITY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CHILDREN IN THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM: SOCIAL WORKERS' PERSPECTIVES, Estelita Abigael Hassler and Acacia Gretchen Lovett, EXPLORING THE NEED OF SOFT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IN ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION SETTINGS SERVING YOUTH-AT-RISK, Ana Hernandez, MINDFULNESS AND BURNOUT AMONG SOCIAL WORKERS, Erick Hernandez, Social Worker Perceptions of Animal Assisted Therapy for Children with Trauma Histories, Tessa Hodge, PERCEPTION OF BURNOUT AMONG SOCIAL WORKERS AND COPING MECHANISMS USED TO COMBAT IT, Natasha Hogan, GENERAL INTERNSHIP SATISFACTION AS A FUNCTION OF PERCEIVED SUPERVISION QUALITY AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, Eva Huerta, EATING DISORDER TREATMENT: WHAT FORMER PATIENTS ATTRIBUTE TO THEIR PERSONAL RECOVERY, Wendy Ingram, AWARENESS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, Sarita E. Johnson, EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SERVICES TO COMBAT HOMELESSNESS AT A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RESCUE MISSION, Cody Cheyenne Kennedy, MANAGING FAMILIAL AND RELIGIOUS OSTRACISM: CHALLENGES AND COPING SKILLS FOR FORMER JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES, Sandra Kieler, THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON MENTAL HEALTH: A MIXED-METHODS RESEARCH OF SERVICE PROVIDERS’ AWARENESS, Sarah Nichole Koehler and Bobbie Rose Parrell, LA MERA VERDAD: EXPLORING IMMIGRANT LATINO FATHERHOOD, Jessica Martinez, THE ROLE AND IMPACT OF LONG-TERM, FAITH-BASED REENTRY PROGRAMS AFTER INCARCERATION, Louie John Martinez and Rebecca Graf, PROFESSIONALS’ PERCEPTIONS OF READINESS FOR PROVIDING SERVICES TO SEXUALLY AND COMMERCIALLY EXPLOITED YOUTH, Raeven Mayes, SOCIAL WORK GRADUATE STUDENTS SELF-REPORTED KNOWLEDGE OF TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER, KERRY MORGAN, Adverse Childhood Experiences of Social Work Students and Implications for Field Specialization and Practice, Maria Negrete, SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND FAMILY REUNIFICATION: PERCEPTIONS AND POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTING FACTORS TO FAMILY REUNIFICATION, Ashley Odam and Tina MacMaster, WORKING WITH THE HOMELESS POPULATION: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF GRADUATE SOCIAL WORK STUDENT’S CONFIDENCE AND WILLINGNESS, Ana Rosa Ortiz and Mariam Kiara Lowe, MASTER IN SOCIAL WORK STUDENT PERSPECTIVE ON READINESS FOR WORK WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE EXPOSED CHILDREN, Janica Ownbey and Norma Ramos, Social Workers' Perspectives on Chronic Pain and Mental Health, Ashley Danielle Patterson and Cynthia Christine Sanchez, CULTURAL HUMILITY: RACIAL DISPARITY AND DISPROPORTIONALITY HOW IT RELATES TO CHILD WELFARE AND MANDATED REPORTER TRAINING AND PREPAREDNESS, Jennifer A. Perry and Ashley L. Castro, BARRIERS THAT INFLUENCE HISPANICS DECISIONS TO ACCESS MENTAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES, Carolina Peters, PERCEPTIONS OF MENTAL HEALTH AMONG ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER COLLEGE STUDENTS, Jenny Phan, COMPASSION FATIGUE AND BURNOUT WITHIN A MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC A CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH, Leonard Pinto, SERVING AND PROTECTING PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS AND/OR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES: AN EVALUATION OF THE LOS ANGELES SHERIFF DEPARTMENT’S FIELD OPERATIONS CRISIS INTERVENTION SKILLS PROGRAM, Veronica Plascencia and Melissa McDonald, INTERVENTIONS IN GROUP HOMES, Nicole Prytherch, WHAT AFFECTS ADULT AFRICAN AMERICAN MALES’ USE OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES?, Nicole Reyes, THE EFFECTS OF EATING DISORDERS AND BODY DISSATISFACTION ON SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT, Briana Ribota, FAMILY SUPPORT IN RELATIONS TO THE WELL-BEING OF DIALYSIS PATIENTS, Fabiola Rodriguez and Yesenia Ornelas, CLINICAL PREPAREDNESS OF CLINICIANS FOR LGBT CLIENTS, Martin Rojas, Measuring Teacher Self-Efficacy In Addressing Pupil Mental Health Post Assembly Bill 2246, Samantha J. Ross and Christel Salas, Extended Foster Care: Self-Sufficiency Needs in the Perspective of the Youth, Miranda Renee Rubio and Carmen Covarrubias, THE CHALLENGES OF ACCULTURATING IN THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY: IMMIGRANTS OF LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES, Melissa Saldana-Alvarez, EMOTIONAL LABOR: HOW GENDERED RACISM AFFECTS AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN WORKING IN MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS RESPONSE, Dana N. Sandoval, CHILDHOOD TRAUMA WITHIN THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM, Valarie Schulz and Angelica Bautista, ANALYZING SERVICE BARRIERS AND RISK FACTORS FOR REENTRY AMONG FORMERLY INCARCERATED ADULTS, Agustina Alejandra Sepulveda, REMOVING BARRIERS TO MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE UTILIZATION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SENSORY IMPAIRMENTS, Kery Silva, MASTERS IN SOCIAL WORK STUDENT AND PROFESSOR UNDERSTANDINGS OF THE CONNECTEDNESS OF SOCIAL WORK AND PUBLIC HEALTH IN EDUCATION AND PRACTICE, Ashley Swatman, The Willingness of Sexual Assault Victims to Seek Help From Their Community After the Assault, Daylisi Talavera-Hernandez, EVALUATING THE PERCEPTIONS OF PRESCHOOL TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS ON MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN THE SCHOOL SETTING, Celia Tavarez, REDUCING DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY WITH EQUINE ACTIVITIES, Denise Todd, A STUDY OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MEDIATION ORIENTATION PROGRAMS FOR CHILD CUSTODY RECOMMENDING COUNSELING, Arlene Trevizo and Ana Paulina Romero Baltazar, MENTAL HEALTH CHALLENGES AMONG ETHNIC MINORITIES COLLEGE STUDENTS, Fiorella G. Valles and Ruben Gonzalez, EXPLORATION OF PET OWNERSHIP RELATED TO STRESS IN SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS, Aly Vancil, SOCIAL WORKERS FOSTERING HIGHER EDUCATION WITHIN FOSTER YOUTH, Magally Villarreal and Danahly Contreras Reyes, BURNOUT MEDIATED BY MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK ENROLLMENT STATUS, Donna Andrea Villaseñor and Vanessa Lopez, ARE SOCIAL WORK SERVICES PROVIDED TO DEPLOYED MILITARY FAMILIES ADEQUATE, Janet Walker, Perceptions Of Compassion Fatigue Amongst Master Of Social Work Students And Self-Care Strategies To Build Resilience, Daniel Wright, SPIRITUALITY IN SOCIAL WORK: A SOCIAL WORKERS PERSPECTIVES ON THE ROLE OF SPIRITUALITY WITHIN THEIR PRACTICE, Kimberly Abrahamson, THE EFFECT OF PARENTAL ENGAGEMENT ON TREATMENT AND ACADEMIC OUTCOMES AMONG LATINO STUDENTS RECEIVING SCHOOL BASED MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, Angel R. Agudo and Victor M. Lezama, EFFECTIVENESS OF AN INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL WORK COURSE, Hazel Aguilar and Celeene Moreno, MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN AN EXCLUSIVE LATINO COMMUNITY VERSUS A DIVERSE COMMUNITY, Karina Amador and Natalie Salas, Compassion Fatigue Among Play Therapists, Victoria Arce, Stress Among Caregivers of Individuals with Special Needs, Ida Benavides, CHILD WELFARE SOCIAL WORKERS’ PERSPECTIVE ON FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE LONGEVITY, Veronica Betancourt-Perez, WHAT CRUCIAL COMPONENTS SHOULD BE INTEGRATED INTO BEREAVEMENT PROGRAMS FOR THE LATINO POPULATION?, Aida Blanco, AFTER THE ATTACK: POLICE PERSPECTIVES ON PROMOTING RESILIENCY FOLLOWING THE 2015 SAN BERNARDINO ATTACK, Hannah Patricia Capps, EXPLORING KNOWLEDGE IN SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION PROGRAMS, Pammeli M. Carlos, SOCIAL WORKER PERSPECTIVES ON WORKING WITH THE INCARCERATED POPULATION, Diana Cetina-Garcia, Social Workers' Perceptions of Resource Family Approval, Hannah Chavez, STRESS, SELF-COMPASSION, AND COPING MECHANISMS AMONG GRADUATE SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS, Elizabeth Contreras, UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL SUPPORT AMONG DIALYSIS PATIENTS: A STUDY ON MEDICAL SOCIAL WORKERS ENHANCING SOCIAL SUPPORT FOR PATIENTS, Brandy Marie Covarrubias and Eloisa Cisneros Vizcaya, PERCEPTIONS ON THE AGING POPULATION: DISPARITIES AMONG GRADUATE SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS, Ashlee Taylor Crosson and Kelsey Marie Goodwin, Social Work Students' View on the Integration of Religion in Social Work, Araceli Delgado, Empowering the Female Offender: Barriers And Perceptions of Inmate Success, Joanna Delgado and Karina Barragan, SCHOOL-BASED MENTAL HEALTH REFERRALS’ REPRESENTATION OF ACTUAL MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS AMONG ADOLESCENTS, Alva M. Dominguez, RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE: AN EXPLORATION OF RELUCTANCE AMONG PRACTITIONERS., David Drew and Jessica Banks, WHAT IS THE PERCEIVED EFFECTIVENESS OF THE ON-CAMPUS SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WHO STRUGGLE WITH SUBSTANCE USE BASED ON THE PERSPECTIVES OF THE STAFF MEMBERS?, Karen Rocio Flores and Megan Lee Urquidi, CHILD WELFARE: TRAUMA INFORMED PRACTICE AT TIME OF CHILD REMOVAL, Ester Garcia, Childhood Risk Factors That Impact The Likelihood Of Becoming A Victim Of Domestic Violence, Mallory Ann Gers and Daniela Paola Gomez, DO CHRONIC DISEASE SELF-MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS FOR INDIVIDUALS LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS PROMOTE SELF-EFFICACY AND DO THEY IMPROVE HEALTH OUTCOMES?, Adan Gomez, COMPASSION FATIGUE, SELF-CARE, AND CLERGY MEMBERS: HOW SOCIAL WORKERS CAN HELP, Tifani-Crystal Enid Hanley, SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS’ KNOWLEDGE OF AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS WORKING WITH TRANSGENDER CLIENTS, Devin Hoff and Edgar Camacho, THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS ON SYMPTOMS OF POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER, Sean Howell, Components of Food Insecurity on a University Campus, Aranya Huour, SOCIAL WORKERS PERSPECTIVES ON THE CAUSES OF PLACEMENT INSTABILITY AMONG ADOLESCENTS, Adella Jimenez, SOCIAL WORKERS' PERCEPTION ON THE NEEDS AND SERVICES FOR FOSTER CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, Jessica Joanna Jimenez and Winnie Wing Yang Lee, SOCIAL WORK PERSPECTIVES ON THE CONSTRAINTS OF MANAGED CARE AND MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT, Lana Kaissi, Home | Self-Management PROGRAMS for INDIVIDUALS LIVING with HIV/AIDS PROMOTE SELF-EFFICACY and do THEY AFFECT CLIENTS... 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