A problem does not have a face it could affect any particular race and ethnic background, the young and old it does not immune anyone. Problems occur every day in life. The problems can range from a situational perspective, meeting human needs, societal change, and environmental influences. During a person’s life span from birth to death is when a person goes through developmental stages. The individual might experience life differently because of changes in their life. Human service workers can help resolve the problems by using specific helping skills.
Problems occur every day because of swift changes in society and the modern world. What was once normal is no longer the norm. If a client choose to receive help the humans service professional must interview them in order to provide resources and counseling for the problems. Situational perspective could be a problem a client might encounter because of abuse in their home from a spouse, sibling, or family member. A random accident, natural disaster, or major changes in life. For example, a job lost, moving or divorce. The unfortunate of life put these people in a particular place at a particular time. One cannot detect if situational problems will happen to them. They would not know they have a problem unless something happen and this is when a human service worker is needed.
Human’s basic need consist of physiological needs, safety, socialization, esteem, and self-actualization. “Abraham Maslow is a psychologist who created the Maslow’s hierarchy needs. According to Maslow, these needs exist in a hierarchy, which means that individuals cannot address higher-order needs until their most basic needs have been met. For an example, if an individual is hunger, cold, scared, or in a life threatening situation, this person will difficulty concentrating on love and belonging needs. Likewise, people who get little acceptance or respect from others will have difficulty involving themselves...