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Some Basics for Listening I
Some Basics for Listening II
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accept action active listening agency alcohol and/or appropriate assertive behavior aware BASICS FOR LISTENING beginning believe bereaved Bill of Rights changes in living chemical dependency communication confidante confidentiality confrontation counselee's depression develop discussion effective elderly emotional experience express factors friends goals grieving health care personnel helps the client his/her human hurt important individual informed consent interpersonal relationship interpretation involves isolated limitations living arrangements loneliness loss mental capacities minimal encouragers needs non-assertive non-verbal cues non-verbal referent nursing home older adult older person PARAPROFESSIONAL PEER COUNSELOR passive patient PEER COUNSELOR RESPECTS physical practicum problem professional psychological reaction reflection of feeling request restatement retirement role self-disclosure senescence sexuality shift of focus situation skills social someone Sometimes speaker's specific suggest suicide supervisor talk things treatment understanding University of Minnesota usually values verbal response categories Verwoerdt workbook