Third course in the methods sequence using the basic framework of social work practice, theory, helping process and skills examined in SOW 340 and 341. Primary emphasis on development of skills to work with small-group systems and families. Group and family work includes learning effective practice approaches with people from diverse client groups and empowering group and family clients. Course focuses on recognizing and resolving ethical dilemmas, human rights issues, and social and economic justice issues within group and family practice contexts. Enrollment Requirements: Successful completion of SO W 340, SO W 341, and SO W 344 with a grade of C or above in all courses are prerequisites. SO W 345 and SO W 366 are corequisites for taking this course.