posted by Linda on .
How can you advocate one's own personal professional needs without becoming subjective in human services practice with clients?
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I haven't met anyone who could. I am certain there are some, but I haven't met them. There are several good articles in the search result above.
We are always subjective. The difference is in how much we are aware of our being subjective and how much we let it effect our actions. For example, we study specific fields, because we have a subjective interest in them. Also, most of us tutors get subjective feelings of satisfaction by contributing to the knowledge of others.
I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.