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When I was a graduate student in Clinical Psychology, I was required to take four terms’ of work placement in the programme’s Psychological Services Centre located on the campus of the University of Manitoba. Most of the ‘clients’ that I saw were TRAINING 33 people who were looking for support, kindness, and compassion. Once a client brought me a drawing of a spoon that she had done. When I showed it to my supervisor, this person laughed and said something to the effect that the drawing summed up the woman’s problem quite well – an oral-dependent personality.
Based on research in developed countries, Fryer (1998:78) asserts that ‘unemployment is centrally involved in the social causation of mental health problems’. Furthermore, he claims that unemployment is psychologically debilitating because it ‘disempowers by impoverishing, restricting, baffling and undermining the agency of the unemployed person’ (Fryer, 1998:83). The impact of recessions can be felt in unemployment and on many other levels as well. Wages go down, health and working conditions deteriorate, and minorities are more visibly excluded from the job market (Fryer, 1998).
Does intervention focus only on reducing deficits or also on enhancing competencies? domains. In order to attain holistic well-being, we need to attend to these three dimensions at the same time. Each individual finds him or herself on the receiving and giving ends of values. If values are seriously considered, they get translated into actions. These actions affect both the performer and the recipient of the behaviour. The performer may be a single individual or a group. At times, it will be difficult to identify the precise originator of a cultural practice or belief, but ultimately, it is people who construct, co-construct and reconstruct values in society (Crossley, 2000).