Jessica is an intern assigned to a criminal justice agency that advocates and provides services for victims of sexual assault. As she is doing her rounds, she find out that two of her friends that she went to high school with have been admitted to the facility following a violent sexual assault experience at a local party. As she walks past the clinical office where one of these individuals is waiting, she makes eye contact with them however they do not acknowledge her presence, making this an awkward encounter. She has not seen this individual in such a long time and now she has access to their medical records, trauma history as well as their clinical record as they receive services at her agency. In, order to make the individual feel comfortable, she decides to approach them and explain that she is working at the agency for her internship for an occupation that she is serious about pursuing. She assures them of confidentiality and informs them that while at work she tries to maintain a professional demeanor but with old friends she tries to be more approachable during work hours. She informs them that after work, she can stop by their home and pay friendly visits to “check up on them”. She inquires as to why they are at the facility and then requests their personal phone number to which they reluctantly provide.
After reviewing the above scenario, what NOHS (2015) ethical guidelines would be relevant?
Did Jessica violate any NOHS (2015) ethical guidelines? why or why not?
Identify and debunk two myths about sexual assault.
Why do these myths persist when they are, clearly, myths?
What is secondary victimization and how can it be minimized or prevented in human service practice?
This week, you learned about confidentiality and lethal crisis. Considering this knowledge, review the below case to Tom and Essay
This week, you learned about confidentiality and lethal crisis. Considering this knowledge, review the below case to Tom and then discuss the follow up questions:
Tom lives in a small town with his wife and seven-year-old daughter. He was an excellent high school athlete but instead of going to college, he works as a heavy equipment operator for his father and uncle. He owns a home with a large mortgage next to his parents. Tom begins to drink heavily, drive fast cars, take frequent risks on the highways, get into fights at taverns, come home late at night, and neglect his physical health. He feels remorseful, guilty, depressed, and suicidal following each fight at a tavern. His wife has tried to get him to call a counselor. One night, she walks in to find him preparing to shoot himself in the head. She convinces him to call a volunteer crisis worker. Tom explains that he feels like a nobody with mounting pressure to produce big things for everyone.
Suppose a meeting is called with the crisis center staff and volunteer workers a week after Tom’s call. The purpose of the meeting is to deal with the death of Tom, who shot himself several days after the call, despite the best efforts of the center, support people, and other intervention and referral resources.
What points need to be addressed and what issues need to be brought up at the meeting?
What actions might the center want to take as a result of the experience with Tom?
Consider your ethical obligations regarding client confidentiality,
What ethical issues may arise in the event of a client’s death? How would you address these dilemmas?
If his family contacted your agency requesting information on his clinical record, what is our ethical obligation in this situation?
balancing constraints and budgeting
Management Assignment Help For your mock project for this class, using the work packages you created in created in week 10, create an estimated budget. You may create and use your own budget template or download and use an existing template.
Submit 2-3 pages (not counting cover and references). Use APA format.
This week you learned about crisis in institutions and schools as well as ethical obligations as they relate to Essay
This week you learned about crisis in institutions and schools as well as ethical obligations as they relate to the human service workplace. Considering this knowledge, address the following:
Imagine you are a human services worker dealing with an agitated, verbally abusive client. The client is standing in front of you, yelling, griping and making horrific comments directed at your person hood. You consider the client’s history of violence and see that they are beginning to escalate with their verbal screaming and yelling. They are standing in front of the closed door to your office, unknowingly blocking the door for you to leave your office to gain assistance. You know that you need to get them to sit down so you can deal with the situation methodically
What techniques would you use to accomplish this goal?
How would you stay calm and relaxed and not become agitated yourself?
Think about the location where you currently work, or a place in the past where you have worked.
How safe do you, or did you, feel working there?
How would you assess the workplace’s safety plan?
What might the organization do to improve on the plan?
Why is it that human service workers are at increasing risk of violence?
Discuss at least two precipitating factors.
What is one way we can work with clients to prevent violence toward us