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Value Issues- Social work values call for everyone regardless of their beliefs practices or backgrounds to be treated with dignity given equal access to societal institutions opportunities and resources and supported in contributing their unique talents to their families communities and country Sevel Cummins and Madrigal 1999 pg 11 I agree with this statement whole heatedly because I have always believed that all people are unique and should be treated with dignity and respect Client I had a difficult time identifying what would be Shielas value issues and after much thought cannot identify any Interviewer- My values are to treat client with respect and dignity regardless of my personal feelings Sheila was an easy client to work with and there were no value conflicts for me However I know there will be issues for me in the future that will challenge me and my values and I will need to be always on the lookout for why I may have difficulty working with someone It will probably be because of a value conflict Key Issues- Client -need for a computer for school was the issue she identified as being important for her to talk about Interviewer -frustration with family friends problem with conflict and being able to establish needs are what I identified as issues for Sheila even though she did not come to the interview with these being something she needed to explore Reflective Paper Tuning In Prepatory Empathy Prepatory empathy involves trying to imagine on the basis of what limited information you posses what the client may be thinking feeling and doing Cournoyer 1991 pg 95 I thought about what issue would be presented to me by Sheila at our interview and worried that I would not know what
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