Explain how various responses compare and contrast in terms of their effectiveness?

You will be asked to demonstrate empathic responses to a variety of case vignettes.B. Objectives:You will be able to:1. Identify various ways you can verbally demonstrate empathy.2. Apply empathic phrases to simulated case situations.Review the section “Warmth, Empathy, and Genuineness” in the text .The following are some examples of leading phrases that you can use to begin an empathic statement:My impression is that . . .It appears to me that . . .Is what you’re saying that . . . ?Do I understand you correctly that . . . ?I’m hearing you say that . . .Do you mean that . . . ?Do you feel that . . . ?I feel that you . . .I’m getting the message that . . .You seem to be . . .When you say that, I think you . . .You look as if you . . .You sound ________. Can we talk more about it?You look ___________. What’s been happening?After reading the case, elaborate on your journal the following two questions:a. What various responses are possible in this case situation?b. How do various responses compare and contrast in terms of their effectiveness?Case Vignette:You are a social worker in a health care facility for older adults. Helen is a resident who has been living there for approximately 2 years. All rooms have two residents, which has consistently been a problem for Helen. Her current roommate is Hilda, a quiet woman who rarely interacts with any of the other residents. Helen is very possessive of her things and wants no one else to touch them. Additionally, Helen does not like to share the bathroom, which is also used by the two residents in the next room. Helen, a strong, outspoken woman even at age 97, approaches you and states, “Hilda keeps using my bathroom and pushes my things around. I want her out of there right now! You do something right now!”