The healing relationship helps to facilitate the direct experience of shifting from suffering into well being. The support relationship is one entered for the purpose of supporting the individual on their personal of returning to this experience of well being, of understanding the process and then to recreate it on their own without the teacher/guide. It is proposed that the nature of the support relationships which we create for others depends on our relationship stance - meaning how we stand in the helping relationship with another. It is also proposed that this relationship stance is connected to our Model of Mind, our Model of Change and our overall ideas about a professional helping relationship.
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This chapter never was written because examination of the how people think about a compassionate helping relationship led to the Theory of Compassion Development. This theory suggests that there exists a wide range of experiences that can define “helping support”? Merging all this information into a coherent chapter was set aside while the Theory of Compassion Development is being examined.
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This chapter was to examine all the literature on human service support relationships, and combine that information with the information presented on the nature of the triarchic helping relationship theory.
Please be aware that this is an older document, and it needs to be updated. It is kept available to the public because the overall conceopts are important to consider.