The Human Service Management professional works closely with individuals of diverse population groups and backgrounds. Each client will be able to benefit from a specific theoretical model intervention strategy being used by the professional's discretion. The position of the human service manager is to assist clinicians in the case of not being able to help their clients due to lack of understanding and knowledge.
[...] Since Janice is a new addition to the world of human service profession, she will need to focus on her need improvement areas as well as continue to better her strengths as a clinician. Janice Wellington has stated that she is more comfortable working with children than with the entire family during counseling sessions. Personal Therapy would be an appropriate course of action to take in order to deal with her issues of discomfort. The agency will take action by reinforcing all of the company's policies of documentation. [...]
[...] the human service manager have informed Mr. Thompson that this agency has an Employee Assistance Program and Policy. He is aware that this will work towards his benefit as a worker. Throughout Michael's work history with Family Support Services Center, he has demonstrated a good work ethic except for periods of continuous absence from the job and periods of depression. This company do offer employee sick days and vacation so there is no need for the unexcused absences from work. [...]
[...] In conclusion of this human service manager exercise paper, all three workers contributed aspects towards the empowerment of our agency. Tom Martin had exhibited inappropriate behavior with a female client, which resulted in him being released from the company. In concern of our clients, it was evident that he had become a liability to the company. Although his paper work was efficient and competent, his professionalism was not. The goal is to help clients not take advantage of them in any way. [...]
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