HumanServices Professional Case Study
Humanservices professional case study
of the Real-life experience
Thereal-life experience is about a helper and a client. The words of thehelper instill a certain level of confidence in the client. Theclient, on other hand, expects the helper to be the source of thefinal solution to the relationships challenges she is facing. Thereis no better way the client could have been satisfied than gettingresponses given by the helper.
Thefactors that influence the use of her skills include:
Values,this case, are the way the professional or working relationshipsinfluenced the way she reacted to the client (Burger, 2011). Basedon her reaction, it is evident that the helper belongs to a school ofprofessionals who believe that she should not impose her values onthe client but rather let the client clarify their values. Thereal-life worker experience show that the helper actually understandsthe values that guide the profession and respect the right of theclient to have and express their own rights. This explains why shebegan by first explaining to the client the values that she fees arevital to her while also letting the client doing so.
Physicaland emotional well-being
Consideringthat the client and the helper finally established a very healthyrelationship, there are high chances that she was physically andemotionally stable. Helpers are not to be perfect, but possess thebest stress management skills that would let them dispense theirservices to clients well without letting their problems affect theireffectiveness at work. Clients have the inherent belief that helpersare better placed to solve their problems hence, they look up tohelper in absolute terms.
Burger,W. (2011). Human services in contemporary America. Australia:Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning.