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- Use the common factors model to think about generalist practice
- Understand how to apply the common factors model
- Discuss challenges to using the common factors model
- Consider how their personal values, knowledge, and tendencies support or inhibit practice
About the Author
Mark Cameron is an associate professor at Southern Connecticut State University. He holds an MSSW and PhD from the Columbia University School of Social Work. He teaches generalist practice and his scholarship has been in the areas of community violence, school discipline, social work practice education, and the common factors approach.