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U OF GFRHD 3400John BeatonFall

FRHD 3400 Chapter 6: Chapter 6: Encouraging, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing

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1 Dec 2016
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Clients need to know that the counselor or psychotherapist hears what they say, sees their point of view, and feels their world as they retell their ex
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FRHD 3400 Chapter 7: chapter 7

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1 Dec 2016
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Identify the key emotions of a client and feed them back to clarify the affective response. The client will then experience and understand their emotio
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FRHD 3400 Chapter 2: Chapter 2: Ethics, Multicultural Competence

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1 Dec 2016
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Chapter 2: ethics, multicultural competence, and the positive psychological and wellness. Ethical foundations will proceed more smoothly and your clien
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FRHD 3400 Chapter 10: Chapter 10 Notes

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1 Dec 2016
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FRHD 3400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Asteroid Family, Pronoun, Ambivalence

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30 Oct 2016
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Reflection feelings- identify the key emotions of a client and feed them back to clarify affective experience. With some clients the brief acknowledgem
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FRHD 3400 Chapter 4: Chapter 4 Summary

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1 Dec 2016
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Observation is the act of watching carefully and intentionally with the purpose of understanding behaviour. Through observing you get to know the clien
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FRHD 3400 Chapter 5: Chapter 5: Opening Communication

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1 Dec 2016
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Introduction: defining and questioning questions self-exploration questions lead to reason. What questions often lead to talk about facts, how question
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FRHD 3400 Chapter 8-9: Ch 8 & 9 Summary

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1 Dec 2016
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FRHD 3400 Chapter 3: Chapter 3: Attending Behaviour

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1 Dec 2016
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Attending behavior is defined as supporting your client with individually and culturally appropriate verbal following, visuals, vocal quality and body
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FRHD 3400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ath, Ambivalence, Anaplastic Lymphoma Kinase

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23 Oct 2016
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Observational skills- observe your own and the clients verbal and nonverbal behaviour. Individuals and different cultures can have various behaviour. E
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U OF GFRHD 3400John BeatonFall

FRHD 3400 Chapter 3: FRHD 3400-Chapter 3 Readings

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30 Nov 2016
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Attending and empathy are essential to establish a working relationship with your clients and a good understanding of their issues and concerns. Attend
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U OF GFRHD 3400John BeatonFall

FRHD 3400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Frontal Lobe, Self-Care, Thalamus

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12 Oct 2016
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Anticipated result- client trust and understanding of the counseling process will increase. Clients will feel empowered in a more egalitarian session.
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