If a person becomes a drug user this becomes a physical problem that was also created due to the individual being in a bad environment, but this could also be considered a situational problem that was self induces. This type of problem can most of the time be prevented, however if not prevented it can be helped. The Skills Used to Help the Client There are specific skills that a helper must have in order to help those in need, if they do not possess these skills they it can be more harmful than helpful to the client. A helper must have personal skills which include: the ability to listen and watch what the client says is both verbal and nonverbal. A caring heart, compassion, understanding, knowledge, respect for the client, and
Client Paper Kayla Mosley BSHS/305 September 29, 2014 University of Phoenix Client Paper Professionals in the human services field run across a lot of people that are facing different problems. As a human service professional we are supposed to be able to know and identify the type of problems that the client faces. Being able to communicate will help the relationship between the professional and the client. Problems that Clients face We as human service professionals will come across a lot of people that are in need of help. It is our job to seek the help of the client.
2.2 Describe how to manage risks associated with conflicts or dilemmas between an individual’s rights and the duty of care Speak with the manager to implement protocols in regards to the situation. As above, carers could ask at various times if the individual would like personal care and to include objects of reference or imagery to reduce confusion. Furthermore, the manager would possibly need to assess the individual’s mental capacity in making specific decisions. 2.3 Explain where to get additional support and advice about conflicts and dilemmas Additional support can be retained from sources including, company Policies and Procedures, management, online (internet/CQC website) and through the training we receive. 3.1 Describe how to respond to complaints Complaints are dealt with impartially and with confidence.
It is important that everyone looks out for changes in a person's or a group's behaviour. However, in many cases the changes may only be noticeable to the person subject to the stress and so it is also important to look at how you are feeling and try to identify any potential issues you may have as early as possible and take positive action to address them; this may be raising the matter with a Team Leader, talking to occupational health or your own GP. Stress can show itself in many different ways - see below. Some of the items in this list may not be signs of stress if people always behave this way. You are particularly looking for changes in the way people behave that could be linked with excessive pressures.
Problems Facing Human Service Clients BSHS/305 03/15/2015 Barnett I will be explaining the different problems that are potentially facing human services clients and how the specific helping skills can be used with clients. There are a variety of issues a human service professional faces with their clients. These issues can range from substance abuse, mental or physical illness, grief, disabilities, caring for children and families, domestic violence, and many other issues. “The range of problems facing human service clients today can be identified in five ways and they are; developmental and situational problems, hierarchical needs, needs created by societal change, and environmental influences. Different skills are used when working with clients to properly assist them so that problems in living are resolved.
A lack of attention, love, encouragement, or affection toward a child can lead them to seek such things elsewhere, usually in others in the neighborhood. If they are more accepted in a group that condones crime, the more likely it is that they will assimilate that
“Practitioners of narrative therapy believe that simply telling one’s story of a problem is a form of action toward change” (Beels, C. (2009)). “By exploring the impact of the problem, it is possible to identify what is truly important and valuable to a person in a broader context, beyond the problem” (Skovholt, T., & Ronnestad, M. (1992)). In this way, clients can identify similar patterns of their behaviors and decisions throughout their lives. This practice can help them better understand their life experiences and achieve self-sufficiency in dealing with future problematic
Doing so they work with their clients to develop ways to cope with their situation and support them during their time of adversity (Harms, 2010). HSPs often work with abusive parents where they can help them view their situation and work through
A Mental Health Social Worker is required to understand ideas and information spoken including expression and communication of ideas to others. Mental Health Social Workers work with a variety of population and need to be able to clearly and effectively convey ideas as well as interpret and understand a person’s ideas and information communicated through words. A Mental Health Social Worker also must be able to use deductive and inductive reasoning to apply general rules and combine pieces of information to form conclusions and produce logical answers. Occupation requirements are the work activities, and context of the position within the organization. For example, Mental Health Social Workers work with the public caring and assisting others.