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    Complete 4-6-page paper (350 words per page) on your personal model of helping. Incorporate learning from this course and discuss how and why you have, at this point in your development, formed your viewpoint(s). Include:

    How and why you formed this viewpoint
    Your view of helping
    The relationship between the clinician and the participant
    Techniques or approaches to change
    The kinds of problems that can be addressed with your model
    Multicultural issues
    Limitations and strengths of the model
    The populations that this model can help
    A coherent model that is consistent, shows adequate understanding of the material presented in the workshop, and reflects the ability to integrate and synthesize the course material.
    Original thinking

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    BM Helping assignment

    Complete 4-6-page paper (350 words per page) on your personal model of helping. Incorporate learning from this course and discuss how and why you have, at this point in your development, formed your viewpoint(s). Include:

    How and why you formed this viewpoint

    Helping behavior is only natural as a human characteristic and ability.
    Many research studies in the are of psychotherapy has evidenced that a "helping" behavior allows for change to take place. When the patient has choice in programming a particular plan for her improvement in behavior and thinking processes, the therapist can be more effective and provide a sense of responsibility onto the client to take serious interest in her own betterment. Given this fact, the therapy which most likely will involve helping behavior on the part of the therapist is: Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT).

    What does dialectic means? It means weighing/balancing contradictory facts.

    Any client who is "emotionally vulnerable", can be helped through DBT, by overcoming their fears and worries, and by following the plan of assertive behavior, which is devised in collaboration with the clinician.

    Your view of helping

    Helping is an act, as the dictionary of Marriam-Webster ...

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