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Unformatted text preview: -Clients who can ID their emotion can then decide how to behave based on that emotion-It is very possible for people to use ineffective coping mechanisms -When the client is distraught the helper can be in a great position to teach the client emotional regulation o Extremely important for children to learn this skill-It is difficult dealing with clients intense feelings, especially for a beginning helper o If that is the case then you need to decide how you display that anxiety o Deal with your own anxiety somewhere else and focus back on the client-After a person experiences one feeling fully, other feelings can be accepted-Unaccepted feelings can leak out in often destructive ways...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BIO 205 taught by Professor Tigchelaar during the Fall '07 term at Calvin.
- Fall '07