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●Explain how you might evaluate client progress and determine when a client is ready to terminate services.●Describe a situation when a professional relationship may end before the client achieves their goals.●Describe one potential positive and one potential negative feeling that you, as thesocial worker, might feel regarding a planned termination and an unplanned Evaluation of client progress throughout the therapeutic relationship is important as it reorients a client and worker towards treatment plan goals, but it can also be helpful for determining if a client is ready to terminate services, continue, or be referred to a different type of service. Marmarosh et al. (2017) emphasize the importance of assessing progress thoroughly and periodically instead of making it a given that people continue as it can become an issue for client’s receiving relevant service. (p. 108). A person would be ready to terminate services if they have met treatment plan goals that are outlined specifically and measurably in a client’s treatment plan. For example, in my own experience as an intensive case manager, many of my clients need assistance withlocating and accessing community resources to meet their basic needs. Many of the