What Are The Different Categories Of Helpers?

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QUESTION 1 WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF HELPERS? WARMTH Per the Merriam Webster’s dictionary the word warmth it means to infuse with a feeling of love. Which commutate openness and thus reduce the defensiveness of a person and help to build a relationship of trust. It is communication primarily through nonverbal ways including eye contact, nonpossessive touch and body language. Showing affection towards others. Warmth shows accepting and caring instead of ignoring, rejecting or giving an old shoulder. RESPECT Treat people with respect an equal right. Separates a person from his/her behaviour and look beyond the sin seeing the person as our Father in Heaven want them to be. Show genuine interested in the person. We are all humans…show more content…
IMFORMATIVE Health professionals develop considerable information about the area in which the work, through both education and training. The person/patient/client ask for specific information about the nature of their health or illness, an providing such information is what makes up informative counselling. EDUCATIONAL Helps students to improve their study habits, and the use of methods helps students in schools to be successful. Most of the professions are trained people in a profession and finding ways to educate the next generation. COUNSELLING IN CRISIS A person/patient/client who suddenly finds him or herself in a crisis will need this type of counselling. Helping people develop coping skills to deal with the immediate crisis. Remember someone who is in this situation need information about their current condition and the steps they can take to minimize the damage. SPIRITUAL DISTRESS To understand a wide range of religious doctrines is very important. Looking at the soul rather than the mind is an important starting point to balance. Struggles with spirituality and religion often cause significate emotional and phycological distress. EMOTIONAL DISTRESS Emotions can and will be evoked in some of the person/patient/clients during counselling and it will normally happen during counselling. Anger, bitterness, jealousy and frustration will have bubbled to the surface quick and easy when a person/patient/client is emotionally distressed-emotional draining all the
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