Describe a dilemma that you faced (or are currently facing) in which you used the six stages of the problem-solving approach. In your description, describe what you did for each of the six stages.
A PROBLEM-SOLVING APPROACH
In working with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities, social workers use a problem-solving approach. Steps in the problem-solving process can be stated in a variety of ways. The following is a simple statement of this process:
1. Identify as precisely as possible the problem or problems.
2. Generate possible alternative solutions.
3. Evaluate the alternative solutions.
4. Select a solution or solutions and set goals.
5. Implement the solution(s).
6. Follow up to evaluate how the solution(s) worked
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