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    Exam’s Answers Question 3 The first situation is when people talk about the important things, they should avoid email. For example, when I have to apologize the meeting with other companies was failed because of my mistake. If I send my statement of apology to my boss, the boss would get angry, because it is a just words even though I wrote the sentence that showed deep apology. A boss cannot receive true my mind. However, by using verbal, a boss knows how deeply I regret and apologize from my facial

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    Discussion 2 Confidentiality is the moral principle or legal right that a therapist must uphold secret of all information relating to clients, unless the client gives consent permitting disclosures. Principles of respect for client autonomy and fidelity, is both ethical concerns, and important element in the counselor/ client relations (Welfel, 2013). In the world of psychotherapy, confidentiality assures honesty and respect between therapist and client. Clarifying what we talk about in the

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    Jimmy Cross Essay

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    The Vietnam War was an event that no man came back the same. Soldiers faced tough decisions in a grueling environment. War is fought by men, but the act is caused by only hate and evil between two or more countries. In this story Tim O’ Brien tells a story of his time in the service with his squad members especially his squad leader named jimmy cross. The story talks about O’Brien’s point of view of Cross’s combat experience and his troublesome uphills he and his teammates face in the war to battle

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    The Danger In Storytelling

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    January 2014 Runge, Paul. “Video Games Represent the Most Powerful (and Potentially Dangerous) Era in Storytelling”. Huff Post Tech. 10/21/2013 31 January 2014 Savu, Laura. “The Crooked Business of Storytelling”. Ariel. Summer 2005 36. 3-4 Gale Cengage Learning. Thomson Gale. Webster Schroeder Library, Webster, NY. 31 January 2014.

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    Human Service Skills

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    to improve services to clients" (Woodside & Tricia McClam, © 2011 Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning,). And "For many human service professionals, the key to successful service delivery is providing clients, or consumers of human services, with the opportunity and support to be self-sufficient. Economic self-sufficiency strengthens an individual's self-esteem. (Woodside & Tricia McClam, © 2011 Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning,). It was not long before in 2009, colleges were offering human services degrees

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    Shakespeare's Henry IV

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    Stephen Greenblatt, and M. H. Abrams. "William Shakespeare." The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Vol. 1. New York, NY: W.W. Norton &, 2006. 1166-170. Print. Tromly, Fred. "Henry IV, Part One: 'Deep Defiance' and the Rebel Prince." Gale Cengage Learning: Literary Resource Center. University of Toronto Press, 2010. Web. 10 Apr. 2014. .

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    Hemmingway and Faulkner

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    As it pertains to literature, prose refers to arrangement and format. Literary works written in prose style mirror everyday speaking. Prose medium differentiates itself from poetry in the use of unmetered, unrhymed language consisting of logically related sentences (Gale). Although the meaning, message or point of the work may be obscure and hidden, the format is one easily read and understood by the audience. Ernest Hemmingway and William Faulkner are but two success stories utilizing this simple

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    Gestalt Therapy Analysis

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    Gestalt therapy emphasizes awareness of self and others in relationships (Sharf, 2012, 245). It also focuses on one’s current situation and ability to take responsibility for it (Sharf, 2012, 252). I really liked learning about this therapy, because I feel like it can be utilized at my workplace, a prison setting. Inmate patients we receive have a very hard time accepting responsibility for how they got to us, and in jail, in the first place. They also struggle immensely with building relationships

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    This class is really giving me insight into the different communication styles. Over the past week, I really had to set and review my friendships. At first, it was a bit difficult to answer the questions of who is least dominant and who had the lowest sociability. I really had to think, because most of my friends are alike. We are all the same with subtle differences, or so I thought. I have a very close circle of friends I call my sisters, there is a total of five of us. For the most part, we all

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    Boudries in the Therapeutic Processs

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    Boundaries have two meanings. First, boundaries are therapeutic framework that defines a set of roles for the participants in the therapeutic process. The frame describes structural elements such as the place where treatment occurs, the duration and time of treatment, and fee agreements. Including concerns with confidentiality, which has protective layers around the therapeutic exchange that are articulated in state and federal law, professional code of ethics, and informed consent or professional

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