Summary Of Becoming A Helper

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The book Becoming a Helper by Marianne Schneider Corey and Gerald Corey dealt with the underlying theme of “Knowing Your Values.” There are no set in stone values that are crucial for helping, although trust is an important step that is necessary for the relationship. After trust is built, the helper can counsel the patient. The more the client grows the less guidance is needed. The values that are seen as necessary for helping relationships would be assuming responsibility for one’s actions, developing useful ways for dealing with stress, developing the potential to give and receive affection, how to be sensitive other's feelings, learning self-control, having a purpose for living, being open, honest, genuine, being content in one’s work,

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