Turnball: Effective Interpersonal Relationships

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Turnball evidently shows a deep care for others, regardless of the circumstances surrounding each individual. By putting himself on the same level as his clients, he is able to diminish any power differences potentially lingering. In particular, when meeting with one client for example, Turnball sits on the ground next to them in downtown Ottawa, merely to have an interaction. For this reason, he is able to reinforce his clients self worth, by treating them as equals, free from judgments, expectations and stipulations. Turnball is able to foster and maintain effective interpersonal relationships, through the use of acceptance and unconditional positive regard. Although this may be true, neither positive regard nor acceptance

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