Helper Theory Chapter 1,2,3
Also help people in times of crisis and distress
Help people manage he distressing problems of life
Complex and messy problems in living that they are not handling
A person who predicts change
Life Enhancing Outcomes
Problems managed and opportunities developed
Consequences of something else
the ability to understand the client from his/her point of view
Relationship bonding between helper and client
Are things we fail to see or choose to ignore that keep us form identifying and managing problem situations
a mandated change
Pass themselves off as professional. (Not having the knowledge or skills needed o work with clients).
Effective communication skills.
The face and body gestures-ways of sending messages
Squarely, Open Posture, Leaning, Eye Contact, Relaxed
Focus on clients' understanding or their stories and how their experiences, thoughts, emotions, and actions fit into the context of their story.