SW 417 (Policy II) 9-1-16
SW 417 (Policy II) 9-1-16 SW 417
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Date Created: 09/01/16
SW 335 9-1-16 Important administrative qualities 1. Empathy a. Putting yourself in their shoes 2. Non-judgement a. Accepting and respecting their choices 3. Regard, warmth, respect a. Making them feel welcomed and comfortable sharing information with you 4. Authenticity, sincerity, genuineness a. Be honest and open so they know what’s going on 5. Professionalism a. Maintain boundaries and let the client know they are in good hands Influences on personal development Understanding clients’ beliefs Self-understanding Influences that affect how you see the world o Culture o Race o Ethnicity o Gender o Sexual orientation o Spirituality o Religion o Socioeconomic status o Life status o Disability/ability o Level of stress/demands These can all affect how you may view or react to a client’s situation It’s important to be self-aware so you can step away from your preconceived ideas or biases long enough to help the client Multicultural competence is significant indicator of success o Understanding a client’s culture and how that may affect their life In chapter 12, pay attention to the part about different cultures and what to know about them
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