HDFS 261 final study guide

HDFS 261 final study guide - HDFS 261 Study Guide for Final...

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HDFS 261 Fall 2007 Study Guide for Final Exam 1 Chapter 6: The Human Service Professional Motivations for being in helping professions Values important to human service professionals Philosophy of helping – Beliefs about human nature, nature of change, process or helping Characteristics of helpers (know elements for each characteristic) Self-awareness – Lifelong process, we are constantly changing!, examine beliefs, attitudes, values, behaviors, recognize stereotypes, biases and cultural and gender differences Ability to communicate – Show client you understand their feelings and behaviors ( this doesn’t mean you have to agree with them), listen to verbal and non verbal messages, establish trust, build rapport Empathy – Ability to experience feelings or see situations from someone else’s perspective Responsibility and commitment – Put clients needs first, follow code of ethics, deliver high quality services Three categories of human service roles and roles within each category Direct Service: Behavior changer, caregiver, communicator, crisis intervener, participant empowerer, teacher/educator Administrative: Broker, data manager, evaluator, facilitator of services, planner, report writer, resource allocator Working with community: Advocate, community services networker, community planner, consultant, mobilizer, outreach worker Chapter 4: Models of Service Delivery Differences and similarities amongst 3 service delivery models (characteristics of, evolution of, challenges to and/or changes in . . .) Medical – Symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, cure Evolution: Psychiatry – medial disorders had organic origins and belonged in the medial field. Psychotherapy – Freud, psychoanalysis. Electron convulsive therapy – Shock therapy to treat depression. Psychotropic drugs and psychopharmacology – effects of drugs on mental health. Categories: antipsychotics, antidepressants, antianxiety, mood stabilizers.
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HDFS 261 Fall 2007 Study Guide for Final Exam 2 Challenges: Who controls medical services? Treatment of mild illness too aggressive? Society as opposed to individual deem dysfunctional. Public health – Assure conditions in which people can be healthy. Multidisciplinary, bridges medial and human services models, individual and larger populations alike, society control, equal distribution of healthcare, more than the absence of disease. Task of PHM: Treatment of medical problems, education, nutrition, food safety, safe
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course HDFS 261 taught by Professor Amity during the Fall '07 term at Oregon State.

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