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					Pat Sandau-Beckler, Ph.D., MSW
Associate Professor
New Mexico State University
505-646-4830
pbeckler@nmsu.edu


Effective Strategies for Engaging Families

The Helping Relationship and Engaging Families

   1. The importance of the worker-family relationship for engaging and effective
      practice with families.

   2. Factors that contribute to change.
      a. The therapeutic relationship accounts for 30 % of change
      b. External risk and protective factors account for 40% of change
      c. The model used accounts for 15 % of change
      d. Worker and client hope and expectancy accounts for 15% of change

   3. The process of change.
      a. Stages of change
      b. Worker skills to assist in change
      c. Monitoring the helping relationship with workers and clients
      d. The supervisory focus on the helping relationship




Attachments:

Key to helping may lie elsewhere, therapy technique may not matter much: Most agree
that more attention needs to be paid to therapeutic relationships by John O’Neil, in
Social Work News. March 2002.

The Helping Relationship Inventory: A Clinical Appraisal by Thomas M. Young and
John E. Poulin with permission of the authors.

The Helping Relationship Inventory with permission of the authors.

Suggested reading:
Learning From Colleagues: Family/Professional Partnerships Moving Forward Together
http://www.ffcmh.org/publications_books.html

				
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