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Interpersonal relationships in rehabilitation counseling

Interpersonal relationships in rehabilitation counseling

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Published by University of Utah in Salt Lake City .
Written in English


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Statement[by] Gary Q. Jorgensen [et al].
SeriesUtah studies in vocational rehabilitation, Bulletins / Regional Rehabilitation Research Institute -- no.2
ContributionsJorgensen, Gary Q., University of Utah. Regional Rehabilitation Research Institute.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20136357M

The role of relationships in recovery. Clearly, supportive relationships provide many benefits. The process of recovery from addiction is supported through relationships and social networks. Chris Hinds received an undergraduate degree from Texas Christian University and a master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Since then, he has become a Licensed Professional Counselor working with mental health struggles including depression, anxiety, adjustment issues, trauma, and stress. He has also worked in facilities.

Ability to use and interpret the sources of occupational information in evaluation, counseling and other rehabilitative services. Ability to establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships with clients for the purpose of facilitating the rehabilitation process. Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Resume Samples. To make use of my interpersonal skills to achieve the goals of a company that focuses on customer satisfaction and customer experience. To gain a thorough understanding of the organization's goals. Developed an effective VR counseling relationship that is responsive to the unique needs.

Reports on the effect of pair counseling on incarcerated, juvenile, male offenders (N=28) with emotional problems. Using case studies, focused on the influence of pair counseling moral reasoning, recidivism, and interpersonal relationships. Results indicate no clear gains in principled reasoning or in reducing recidivism. However, improvement was noted in peer by: Interpersonal counseling is a direct face-to-face relationship between the client and the counselor and it takes place over a long duration of time. The therapy also involves interrelation or communication issues that cause a problem or negative influence to the person.


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