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In Social Work we support a client's right to self determination. When a social worker begins to work with a client they develop a plan in which the client and the social worker mutually agree on the goals for the client system. If a therapist should be involved in a client's treatment does the therapist deal with the client if the therapist and the client do not agree on what the core problems are that need to be addressed? Ans: From my point of view (No), the therapist would not be able to deal with a client if the therapist and the client do not agree on what the core problems are.
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Unformatted text preview: Hence, the solution or strategies will fail in helping specific client in removing their barriers. It is very important for a client to agree of its problems otherwise the therapist would not be able to provide them a good / better solution. Faith is necessary for getting any outcome. The main problem is that the therapist is unaware of what the client wants and needs are, and if things are not identify, then the professional wont be able to deal with the situation and come to the conclusion....
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course HUM 312 taught by Professor Jeriarledge during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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