MOTIVATION WITH SPECIAL POPULATIONS

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• Getting Special Populations Motivated
Refer to the Riverbend City missions that center on the parolee Mark Tucker and the gambling-addicted Armenian woman Noritsa Argulian for this debate. Talk about the obstacles to change that one of these chosen clients faces. What particular tools, practices, or levels of social support are needed when working with one of these clientele? What roles do race, gender, and culture play in how one of these client demographics makes ethical decisions? Use one of the codes of ethics to add context to your presentation of your obligation to your clients and the community.
• Response Instructions
At least one learner’s posting deserves a response.
LESSON POST FOR REACTION: Mark Tucker faces various difficulties as he attempts to reintegrate back into society. Unfortunately, some beliefs that are rooted in our past might act as a barrier to change. Mark Tucker can gain from ongoing counseling as a parolee to help him adjust to life in society. Additionally, he can profit from the assistance of a case manager who can walk more closely alongside him as he faces obstacles on the way to achieving his desired career, education, and other goals. The case manager ought to be prepared with resources and help Mark according to his stated needs. To keep Mark, their client, on the same goal-oriented path, the case manager should also communicate with the counselor (Connors, G., DiClemente, C., Velasquez, and Donovan, 2013). Given that Mark is not only a male African American but also an ex-offender, the case manager and counselor should be culturally knowledgeable and attentive. Both Mark’s ethnicity and gender must be taken into account when making decisions, with the assistance of his case manager and counselor.

Responsibility to Clients is noted in Standard I of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy’s (AAMFT) Code of Ethics. According to Standard 1.1, which prohibits discrimination, therapists must treat all clients with professionalism and without bias. They must not rely on factors such as race, age, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, handicap, health, religion, or marital status while making career selections (AAMFT, 2002). Along with not discriminating, the therapist also has to give the patient autonomy in decision-making, which means that the patient has the final say in what assistance they require. After identifying the client’s needs, the therapist must let the client choose their own services. Collaboration between the client, the therapist, and other people who are closely connected to the client will promote successful outcomes.

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