The Socio-Economic Empowerment Assessment : Addressing Poverty and Economic Distress in Clients

@inproceedings{Hawkins2012TheSE,
  title={The Socio-Economic Empowerment Assessment : Addressing Poverty and Economic Distress in Clients},
  author={Robert Leibson Hawkins and Eri J. Kim},
  year={2012}
}
In this paper, we introduce the Socio-Economic Empowerment Assessment (SEEA), a qualitative assessment that uses an ecological framework to better understand the psychological impact of poverty and financial insecurity. The assessment is designed as a practice tool and can be administered in a number of clinical settings, including agencies most likely to serve low-income populations. It can also be included as part of financial literacy or management sessions that social work agencies may… CONTINUE READING

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