Mag. Saskia Ehrhardt, MA Academic Staffsaskia.email@example.com T: +43 1 606 68 77-3312 F: +43 1 606 68 77-3309 Room: S.4.02 Kelsenstraße 2 1030 WienLectures 2021/22Social Work> Transdisciplinary Studies UE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreTransdisciplinary Studies UELector: Mag.a Saskia Ehrhardt, MA, FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA1SWS3ECTSLecture contentsThe students give an insight on their various disciplinary approaches. The basics of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary work are taught. Students are encouraged to formulate and set individual learning goals with a focus on Clinical or Social Spatial Social Work.Assessment methodsContinuous assessmentTeaching methodsLecture, Discussion, ExerciceLanguageGerman> „Introduction“ Clinical Social Work VO Spatial and Clinical Social Work more„Introduction“ Clinical Social Work VOLector: Mag.a Saskia Ehrhardt, MA1SWS2ECTSLecture contentsThe development of Clinical Social Work as a specialised Social Work is the focus of this course. The historical development, similarities and differences in the US and German-speaking countries as well as their institutionalisation will be discussed. A theoretical positioning takes place by naming the essential underlying paradigms and models (biopsychosocial paradigm, person-in-environment, WHO health definition).Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, discussion, reflectionLanguageGerman> Applied Bio-Psycho-Social Clinical Case Management… Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreApplied Bio-Psycho-Social Clinical Case Management UELector: Mag.a Saskia Ehrhardt, MA, Anna Gamperl, MA BA2SWS4ECTSLecture contentsStudents will be guided to reflect on case studies against the background of the biopsychosocial paradigm and the concepts based on it. They will be able to identify and document concepts and theoretical approaches such as salutogenesis, social support and person-in-environment in case studies. In developing a sound understanding of clinical-social treatment processes at the interface of health and social systems, interdisciplinary approaches and institutional framework conditions are taken into account. This course is the training course for the course Biopsychosoziale Phänomene und Behandlungsmodelle (Biopsychosocial Phenomena and Treatment Models).Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, exercise, reflectionLanguageGerman> Clinical-Social Diagnosis and Intervention Plannin… Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreClinical-Social Diagnosis and Intervention Planning VOLector: Mag.a Saskia Ehrhardt, MA2SWS4ECTSLecture contentsBased on the biopsychosocial guiding paradigm of Clinical Social Work, students are taught the multidimensional method spectrum of psychosocial diagnostics and intervention planning. The historical development of social diagnostics is taken into account. Against this background, students are enabled to understand social diagnostics with regard to the specific conditions of Clinical Social Work, to apply instruments and methods and to assess them professionally. The competence to create social diagnoses and their documentation is built up. Students can describe social diagnostics with regard to their functionality and significance for intervention planning. Knowledge about common classification systems such as ICD-10, DSM V or ICF is acquired.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, Discussion, ReflexionLanguageGerman> Addiction SE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreAddiction SELector: Mag.a Saskia Ehrhardt, MA2SWS4ECTSLecture contentsThe students are given a profound overview of types of dependency disorders and addiction development models. They get to know basic diagnostic criteria. Against the background of the biopsychosocial model and the person-in-environment approach, addictions are reflected on with regard to the extent of the disorder. Clinical-social treatment and counselling approaches are derived from this. In addition, students are taught about comorbidities and the connection between addiction and trauma. Another focus is on the acquisition of knowledge about the effects of an addictive diseases on relatives. The students acquire basic knowledge about co-dependency and working with relatives. The course also refers to current developments in addiction treatment. Different treatment paradigms are presented in which the Viennese model of addiction support is exemplarily dealt with in more detail.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, Discussion, ExerciceLanguageGerman> Masterarbeits - Erstellung 1 UE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreMasterarbeits - Erstellung 1 UELector: FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Andreas Bengesser, Mag.a Saskia Ehrhardt, MA2SWS4ECTSLecture contentsStudents work in peer groups on their individual Master's thesis and receive relevant and process-oriented support to advance the progress of the thesis. The focus is on the development of suitable survey instruments to carry out the scientific work. The different stages of the work are taken into account.Assessment methodsContinuous assessmentTeaching methodsReflection, ExerciseLanguageGerman> Social Therapy VO Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreSocial Therapy VOLector: Mag.a Saskia Ehrhardt, MA2SWS4ECTSLecture contentsInnovative methodological concepts are adapted to the clinical-social needs. Using task markers (CSW task markers), sociotherapeutic tasks (social therapeutic intervention tasks) are reflected and end states (CSW goals) are discussed (Pauls, 2013). In person- and environment-oriented tasks, sociotherapeutic counselling concepts are taught and applied. According to a multi-level model (Pauls, Stockmann, Reicherts, 2013) of counselling competences, interventions are learned and practised, such as social-therapeutic-systemic forms of intervention, solution focused brief therapy, resource activation. This course forms the basis for social therapeutic case management.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, Discussion, ReflexionLanguageGermanPublications The publications of Saskia Ehrhardt written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.