When we are in the human service profession we meet many clients with many needs that have to have our help. These needs can range from abuse, alcohol, drugs, personal, mental and physical dysfunction. You can also come across a large range or family issues that can lead to many harder issues to deal with. When you work with such clients you have to gain their trust to maintain they get the help and services they need to be able to move on with their goals. As human services workers we all work as a team to help all clients to meet their everyday needs, and it’s just not one person’s job to help the client.
When we get client in our agencies we need to put together a care plan of action as to what we are going to do to help our client with the availed networks we have throughout the community. These would involve counselors, therapist, probation (if appilatible), community volunteers, and other out sources. These are what we can gather that would be the best fit for the client and the best outcome for their needs to be met.
As the professionals we need to keep an open communication with the client to become able to seek options for the issues at hand and help them become more succeful in life. When we have an accomplishment we have a set ahead in the client’s life and can move on but when we have a disappointment we have a setback. These setbacks can cause a major role in how the client reacts to treatment and how they will fulfill the rest of their care plan. This could also cause them to lose focus in how they feel on life and why they are even involved in the client/human service care at all. Client Paper 3
Another major role that plays a part in a client life is financial situations. Some but not all families’ goals are to be able to provide a home and healthy environment for their spouses and children. If they can’t this can lead to many multiply mental issues such as depression, suicide, loss of jobs, and chemical use.