Assignment 1: Clinical Values And Beliefs

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Values and Beliefs pape BSHS/ 322 Communication skills November, 5, 2011 Been a human service worker or any job related to this profession helping other have a lot to take into considerations. As a social service worker knowing and learning to control our feelings, thought, values and even beliefs with bad or good experience about life have to be limited when been in a session with a client. In this paper a few will be discusses such as; clinical gestalt, the systems contexts, values and beliefs add to clinical repose to clients acceptations. Coming from different background client have different expectations have different things that are important to their life or as a member. A person faith, conviction and faith even mental attitude…show more content…
At the first visit the client can always be refer to a different clinic if the clinician doesn’t take the specific case but this is a people helper profession. As we get to know that profession better we might not want to see all cases either for personal or preferences but not offering the help is not acceptable. It doesn’t matter if they gay, straight, rich, poor, disable, rapist, pedophile either or as a client I would have been very unhappy to be turn down without any referral to my needs. “The tools for conducting an effective assessment are numerous. The first session is often spent conducting an intake interview, which includes collecting basic demographic information about the client (age, marital status, number of children, ethnicity, etc.)” Martin, M. E (2003). Once again dealing with a large population that even miles away from their native land, can’t seem to pass the idea of going to someone other than family or friends to resolve their problem. It’s a battle to get people come forward to talk about abuse, rape, sexual orientation when in their mother land it’s a big taboo a delicate situation. As an immigrant I know and feel very sad to not been able to educate others to come forward it’s not the same in America help is there for all and the system for most case will come…show more content…
I love working in ob/gyn department but it doesn’t stop me from helping in primary care, the rehab facility or the pride health. I might be more sensitive to a certain population but I am there to serve and help all clients. Growing up was not easy, since I was raise by my aunt with her in laws I do understand been alone, hurt, unwanted, been verbally and physically abuse, mistreated or been jealous of. In that case having an abuse family member can have me take the case a little at hear due to what I been through in the past year .I learn how to forgive and use what I experienced to be a good cause. I see me as a family and child counselor, an advocate trying to help and prevent kids, adolescent, young adult not to carry anger, pain, hurt or more towards the person that mistreated them. I have a lot to learn but I am sure I will contribute to an excellent cause in human life. Where I come from going seen a psychologist, counselor or any type of professional mental or non mental is a sign of craziness. The health education is in a very bad scale, kids with autism, seizure are treated like they are posses with bad spirit, so that been said the cultural and belief are at a level of ritual treatment other then medical evaluation. Some turn to church, family other then seek help with possible
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