Dual Relationships for Paraprofessionals

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Your ability to develop a supportive, trusting relationship with your client has a direct impact on their overall treatment and outcomes. Sometimes, the lines can become blurred between professional and other types of relationships with clients. This results in a dual relationship. A dual relationship is when more than one role exists between you and a client. Some dual relationships can be harmful. Therefore, it is important for you to know the different forms of dual relationships and what to consider before taking part in a dual relationship. The goal of this course is to provide paraprofessionals in health and human services settings with information on dual relationships. You will learn how to know if they are helpful or harmful, and the impacts to you as a paraprofessional.

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Course Description

Your ability to develop a supportive, trusting relationship with your client has a direct impact on their overall treatment and outcomes. Sometimes, the lines can become blurred between professional and other types of relationships with clients. This results in a dual relationship. A dual relationship is when more than one role exists between you and a client. Some dual relationships can be harmful. Therefore, it is important for you to know the different forms of dual relationships and what to consider before taking part in a dual relationship. The goal of this course is to provide paraprofessionals in health and human services settings with information on dual relationships. You will learn how to know if they are helpful or harmful, and the impacts to you as a paraprofessional.

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