Ch 3 Commonalities and Human Diversity Questions

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In Chapter 3 of the Kilpatrick & Holland book, the authors (A.C. Kilpatrick, June Gary Hopps (my mentor, UGA professor) & K.J. Gray cited Rogers, Gendlin, Kiesler, and Traux (1969) as stating that "a therapist ability to function in three core emotional and interpersonal dimensions" has great impact on effectiveness.

1)A. Identify these three core characteristics and explain them.

B). Explain their significance in practice with clients

2. These authors named seven/eight principles in the Helping Relationship, identify and/or describe/explain them.

3. Explain/describe what these authors mean by the following concept:

A) Ethnic-sensitive practice model

B). Provide three assumptions of these concept

4. Explain/describe what these authors mean by the following concept:

A). Multicultural perspective

B). List three assumptions of this concept

5. Explain the concepts of "Power" and "Powerlessness."

A). Describe one way that a dominant group acquires and holds onto (maintains) its resources and power (to the detriment of the minority or less the privileged)?

B. As a social worker, what can you do to redress, address, confront, or stop any issues of power imbalances, unfair domination, power improprieties or abusive power practices against minorities, vulnerable groups, or clients or even against yourself?

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Running head: CONTEXT OF HELPING: COMMONALITIES AND HUMAN DIVERSITY 1

Context of Helping: Commonalities and Human Diversity: Chapter 3

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Context of Helping: Commonalities and Human Diversity: Chapter 3
Question#1
1. The three core characteristics are (Holland & Kilpatrick, 2011);
2. Empathy is the practitioner's ability to accurately perceive his client's experiences and
communicate it to the client.
3. Respect- the practitioner's ability to have positive regard on the client and the manner of
indicating a sense of honest and deep acceptance of the client's worth away from
behaviors.
4. Genuineness- the practitioner's ability to be honest with himself and his clients.
5. These three core characteristics are imperative in ensuring a conducive environment
within which famil...


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