Both the Code of Ethics’ mission statements and the Council on Social Work Education’s core competencies address “well-being,” although it is not defined in either document. Usually, well-being includes health, human rights, access to a reasonable standard of living, social relationships, and opportunities for creativity, growth, and self-fulfillment. Because the specific qualities of well-being are fluid and vary by culture, age, context, gender, and other dimensions, it is essential that the social worker explore each client’s concept of well-being individually. The social worker must also have a high level of awareness of her/his own concepts of well-being to ensure that personal values do not predominate. Can there be 1 inclusive definition of well-being for all people? Explain your answer.
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