CED 315 mid term

CED 315 mid term - CED 315- Mid-Term Formal and Informal...

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CED 315- Mid-Term Formal and Informal Helpers Two Principal Goals of Helping 1. Help clients manage their problems in living more effectively and developing unused or underused resources and opportunities more fully. 2. Help clients become better at helping themselves in their everyday lives Challenges for the Helping Professions 1. Philosophical Challenges 2. The Science Challenge 3. Evidence-based practice challenge 4. economics and politics challenge 5. Does helping help challenge 6. common factors challenge 7. paraprofessional and education challenge 8. positive psychology challenge 9. Overextension challenge (for everyone?) Prochaska and Norcross- 5 stages 1. Pre-contemplation- un aware of problem 2. Contemplation- thinking about doing something 3. Preperation- on verge of doing something about it 4. Action- time and effort into changing 5. Maintenance- works to avoid relapse Stage one of helper model- WHAT IS GOING ON 1. Help client tell their stories 2. Help client develop new perspective that help them REFRAME their stories 3. help clients achieve leverage by working on issue that make a difference Stage 2- What do I want? 1.
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CED 315 mid term - CED 315- Mid-Term Formal and Informal...

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