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HUMS110 - The Helping Relationship
This course covers the fundamental nature of the helping relationship, with emphasis on essential personal characteristics, knowledge acquisition, and skill development. Opportunities are provided to develop helping techniques such as interviewing, effective communication, assessing needs, establishing goals, and evaluating outcomes. The advantages and limitations of each technique are considered. Student self-evaluation of needs, abilities, and personal values are ongoing components of the course. The course is intended for human service students, as well as for interested community members. Students cannot apply credit for both HUMS 110 and HUMS 200 toward their degree. Prerequisites: C or better grade in HUMS 105, and prior completion or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 101. 3 Cr. (3 Lec.) Fall and spring semesters.

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