Human Services Associate Degree
Make A Positive Impact In The Lives Of Your Clients
Working in the field of health and human services gives you the rare opportunity to positively influence the lives of individuals and families. You will have the pleasure of working in fields such as psychology, childcare, outpatient clinics, rehabilitations programs and clinics, crisis interventions centers, and social and human services assistance.
Training in this field includes courses in principles of sociology, sociology of family, interpersonal communication, human services skills and methods, human services field work, racial and ethnic diversity, child development, and the psychology of adult development and aging.
The jobs that are available to you are housing for the elderly and child welfare, mental health protection worker, guidance councilor, activities therapist that includes the planning, organizing, and directing of specialized activities, and designing innovative programs to assists in patient rehabilitation. Alternatively, a social worker supervisor that administers state and federal programs establishes monitoring systems, and prepares and administers annual budgets for program operations.
The profession of social worker offers you the skills necessary to positively affect the lives of individuals around you, but it does require that you have a degree in the field. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is important for professionals in this field to receive credentialing. It is particularly important for those in private practice, so begin your education by earning your human services associate's degree.
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