Human Services Interview Assignment (Chapter 5) Important: Read and complete chapter 5 assignment. Directions: Read chapter 5. Answer all questions in essay format minimum 500 words up to 1000 words. Your responses must be typed, double-space using APA format. Grading will be based on the following criteria: Following directions. Grammar, punctuation, spelling and capitalization. Submit the assignment on the due date during the class meeting. Assignment is considered incomplete or late after the due date. A late or incomplete assignment must be submitted during the next class meeting with a 10% late penalty; this includes an absence on the original due date and thereafter. Directions: 1. Read chapter 5, The Helping Interview and familiarize yourself with the skills, process, and case management in the helping interview (pages 125-131). 2. Read the scenario and answer the following questions (use the scenario to assist your responses). 3. RESPOND TO ALL QUESTIONS. The interview assignment is based on the enclosed scenario and chapter 5. a. To facilitate a helping relationship, how would you create an environment a helping environment? b. It is important to build a strong counseling relationship to produce a positive client outcome(s). Using the scenario, explain the various counseling techniques. c. Explain each stage of the helping relationship. d. Explain the important areas of managing cases. e. Discuss the differences between confidentiality and privileged communications. TURN TO NEXT PAGE FOR THE CASE SCENARIO>>>>>>>>>>> Case Scenario The last five years have been difficult for me. As the father of four children, I have always had to work hard because I was a single father. I never married the woman who fathered my children. We lived together until my last child was born. When I came home from the hospital, he was gone. This means that I worked and took care of my kids by myself. I was lucky because my family believed in education. They encouraged me to attend high school and to do well. When my first son, Sean, was born, I dropped out of the eleventh grade. By my parents insisted that I complete high school and I earned my GED before my second sone Jose was born. I went to a community technical/vocational school program. It was a program to learn about plumbing. The program provided classes during the weekend so I could keep my job as a building maintenance worker. It took me 2 years to complete the entry level plumbing training program. But soon things began to fall apart. It seems that everything started to go wrong at once. First, my oldest son, Sean a killed in a drive-by shooting. A gang member targeted him and a friend because they broke a fight between two high school girls. The police came to notify me at work to tell me my son had been shot. I rushed to the hospital and waited three days with my son Jose and others. He died on the third day in the hospital. I was holding his hand. I was devastated by Seans death. I routine went through each day but dont remember much. I knew I had to be strong from my kids. But I couldnt seem to get myself together. I went to see my doctor. I kept having nightmares and couldnt sleep. My doctor gave me sleeping pills and an anti-depressant. The following month I injured my back in a car accident. I had fallen asleep behind the wheel and crashed into a highway guardrail. EMT transported me to the hospital and doctors kept me overnight for observation. I injured my neck and my back. Then, during my work at home, I hurt my back again. Finally, the doctor diagnosed a fracture in my spine. I had surgery and prescribed anti-inflammatory and painkillers. I was frustrated because I love my work/job. I was on long term disability and the medical bills mounted up. I couldnt afford my medications. Then, tragedy struck again. I lost my son Jose from a street shooting. He was walking his girlfriend from work to home. He bled to death and died on the sidewalk. Now both my sons were dead. I was in physical pain. I didnt have funds for the funeral expenses but managed to scrape up some funds by begging family, friends and neighbors for money to bury my son. The next month my disability benefits ran out; I appealed but to no avail. Depression set in and I was taking medicine for pain. I started to take illegal street drugs to deal with the mental anguish, physical pain and to deal with my runaway emotion that I cant control. I started to drink heavily. My job gave me chances and fired me because of absences/lateness/no call-no shows. I dont know what to do anymore. I have thoughts of suicide; I have anger and rage. I play this over and over in my head. Each night, I take my gun and put it to my head. One night my child saw my gun pressed against my head. He begged me and was crying; that stopped me from pulling the trigger!