The Values and Beliefs of Human Services

1180 words 5 pages
Latoya Richardson
The Values and Beliefs of Human Services
October 11, 2010
BSHS 322 Communication for Human Services
Mrs. .Amy Donaldson

Introduction In order to be a Human Service agent you must have discovered your values and beliefs. When you discover your values and beliefs you are underlying what you can do for your clients, what attributes you can offer them, and setting up a foundation for providing great care.

Values and Beliefs All clinical interviewing is embedded in a system of values and beliefs that shape the clinical work we do (Dillion, 2003).When adapting to the world we all become familiar with what we believe in and value as a person. These keynotes, determine who we are as an individual. When considering
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Immediate and Larger Systems Everyday we as Americans, exhibit an issue that may arise that cause us to struggle with hardships on a daily basis. It can be from economic, health, social, and political issues. When, looking at social and political issues this is considered to be larger system context (Dillion, 2003). When looking at the larger system context, we look at an issue that affects the whole global population. Some issues that can produce from this are economic and social reforms. When a country, is going through a recession this can cause several problems for an example the inflation of sale items, less benefits, and fewer jobs, and a higher rate for unemployment. When a country lacks these basic needs it can lead to the homeless rates increasing, fewer jobs being offered, and also a higher demand for finical benefits from local social service agencies. When an individual, can not acquire the assistance in order for their essential requirements this leads to an immediate system context. An immediate system context can include, not being able to have the adequate finances, health issues, living arrangement, family and social relationships, economic status, and personal history (Dillion, 2003). In conclusion, the immediate context can affect larger systems.
Clients I Find Hard to Accept As a human service professional, working with a broad population is key part of their job. However, there will be times when our own personal beliefs

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