Many sociological theories have concluded that human beings develop in association with their environment. Events that occur in a person’s life, especially if they happen when the person is young will have a considerable impact on later life. The younger years are formative, and the brain is going through rapid developments. Traumatic experiences in this period have been proven to result in disturbed adulthood. This can be explained more aptly using the Freudian theories. According to Sigmund Freud, events that happen to people are recorded in the brain. If one does not deal with them, they are shelved into the subconscious and impact on individual behavior.
The social worker is intrinsically connected to human behavior. The role of social work is to help vulnerable people cope with environmental circumstances that affect their quality of life. For this reason, it is important for the social worker to understand have an individual ...