Terminating a relationship is a very hard role

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Terminating a relationship is a very hard role

  1. 1. Terminating a relationship is a very hard role. In a counseling relationship couldbe harder. When worked as a behavioral assistant is similar to or scenario. I would workwith the hardest clients. Would always be moved, because I was needed else where. ThisTransformation was emotional. It became too difficult for me. It was taking toll on myhome life. I was constantly worried about my client. I became too involved. The parentswere too dependent on me. I was a parent a mentor and a teacher. Working in a helpingprofession is a very hard job. It takes professionalism and understanding to work in a helping field. If acounselor becomes worried about the client, should he or she seek referral? I believe if Iwere a counselor, with the issues I talked about; I would seek referral. Talking to asupervisor is an applicable answer. Although it is important to judge and incorporate yourown behavior, demmed necessary. School Psychologist give open ended questions. They are over whelmed withpaper work in my community. The psychologist was my supervisor. I felt uncomfortabletelling her, I was attached to my client. Each client I worked with, she assigned me. Shealways complemented my professionalism and understanding of each Childs needs. Inclosing, ignored transference, ignorance aloof about a specific behavior in onesculture Ignorant about a culture and act...Can cause unwanted curves in counseling. Ibelieve assurance of self is a good step in a quality relationship in the helping profession.Resources:Ford, G.G., (2001).Ethical reasoning in the Mental Health Professions. CRC Press.Chapter 12.page 480-1ASGW Executive Board. (1998).ASGW Best PracticeGuidelines. Association for Specialists in Group Work. Website:http://www.asgw.org/PDF/Best_Practices.pdfAPA Code of Ethics. (2005) Website:http://www.counseling.org/Resources/CodeOfEthics/TP/Home/CT2.aspxACA Code of Ethics. (2005).Website: www.counseling.orgRespond

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