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SOC 4308: Helpng Relatnshp:Thry & Skills
SOC 1110 is a recommended prerequisite for this course. This course examines the knowledge base and practice skills necessary to the development of effective client/helper relationships in the human-service professions. Students will simultaneously focus on two areas of learning. The first level pertains to understanding the steps and key skills necessary to successfully utilize a task-centered model of problem solving. This includes an introduction to and practicing of basic interviewing skills, especially active listening and the effective use of questions. The second level of learning is directed at assisting students to deepen their degree of self awareness pertaining to their values, family histories, religious beliefs, and biases that might facilitate or create barriers in building effective helping relationships with clients. The class material will touch on the importance of diversity issues prevalent in our society such as gender, ethnicity, race, religious, and sexual distinctions.

TermCRNCredits Instructor(s)DaysTime DatesLocationFeesOpen
5 Not offered this academic year.
Attributes: Upper-Division



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