Zakiya came into office and we started talking about how things are going for her. She reported she feels she has had to overcome a lot. We spoke about negative experiences in relationships and how she has learned from them. I told Zakiya I was proud of her for how she has grown, and affirmed her decision to take better care of herself and protect David. Zakiya expressed she is on the right track to get her GED and continue her education to gain better
I have been forced to adapt to different cultures, various religions and different traditions the fast way to be able to live and work in harmony within myself, and my surroundings. I am curious, have a positive attitude with an open mindset. Find it easy to adapt to most places which all have been an asset in my 31 years as an expatriate woman, mother and therapist. It has become very clear to me that we as human beings are all born with the same needs. No matter our birthplace, culture and our religion.
Due to Dionisio non-complaint behavior at Trinitas Child and Adolescent Outpatient Department he was recommended to attend IOP at High Focus Centers in Cranford. Dionisio and his mother continues to address their family challenges in family therapy at the High Focus Center in Cranford. It appears that both Dionisio and Mrs. Estremera are both invested in family therapy. Mrs. Estremera also reports that Dionisio behavior in the home has improved and she is proud of the progress that he has been making so far. Action: Dionisio and Mrs. Estremera
I had a wonderful time today when I interviewed this inspirational young lady Theia Smallwood from TeamUp Counseling; she is an intensive in home clinician/Individual Support Services Supervisor. Ms. Smallwood was energetic and blissful to talk about her career and her experience with her employer. She oversee master level clinicians who are working on becoming license master level clinicians social worker. Working on her job for 3 years she explained to me how much she loved her job and how much the experiences has been positive.
As we are daily seeking opportunities to support people with Developmental Disabilities, My wife who has also worked in this field has recently graduated from the Bow valley College practical nursing program. Because of our plans to make a difference in the lives of people living with developmental disabilities, my wife decided to do one of her practicum at the mental health unit at Rockyview Hospital. All these experiences put together, will no doubt serve as added advantages to my scope of support for my potential clients. I am a very patient person with great empathy and a genuine desire to help. I have a current First Aid Certificate, CPI certificate, Medication Administration certificate and some other certificates that a support worker supposed to have.
Sharon believes that as a parent she is very patient and understanding individual. She states that as a parent communication is important. Sharon believes that active listening and keeping an open line of communication are both key in parenting children.
When someone hears the word “influential”, they often think about their family or friends. While my family and friends have made a big impact on my life, there is one person who has given me more motivation than anyone else I know in my day to day life. Her name was Elizabeth Blackwell. She is most well known as the first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States, and as well as the first woman on the UK Medical Register. She faced harassment while going to college, and struggled everyday to achieve a degree in medicine.
She has recently become a professor and continues her leadership every day. Caron has become an advocate for the less fortunate in her years at the hospital. Dr. Gray also works at One World Community Health Center. This clinic is for women who cannot afford the health care from a hospital. With all of these accomplishments combined, Caron cannot help but leave a good impression on her residents.
She comes home everyday and tells me how much she enjoys her job. Therefore, that convinced me to become a nurse when I am older. To begin, I choose to be a nurse because I love working with infants. I am very good with infants and I know how to treat them when I am with them.
As several of the individuals who decide to develop a career in the healthcare field, my desire of becoming a nurse comes from past experiences which have made me appreciate the field and its merits. Being raised in a single parent household gave me the responsibility and effectiveness of dealing with difficult situations. Qualifications that are expected to be acquired as nurse and I hope to attain much more as a student of the College of Nursing’s Program. For instance, one of my career goals is to obtain core abilities required for a Master’s of Science Degree in Nurse Anesthesia, the second is to dedicate myself to lifelong learning, and the third is to contribute back to the community. Becoming a Certified Nurse Anesthetist has always been of my interest in the wild range of specializations available for a nurse.
Without her in my life I have no idea where I would be. I know that if it wasn’t for her going through such great lengths for me I would have never been able to experience everything I have so far. I’m blessed to have such a caring mom to push me and help me through life. Her ability to persevere through obstacles and challenges makes her an exceptional leader and mentor. I know I will come across problems in life however, I also know that if I apply the lessons I have learned from my mother, I will be able to conquer any
My sister Shermiah Burton has gone to two different schools the first one was SUSCC which she graduated, now she goes to Point University she currently enrolled there now. I look up to my sister in so many different ways she is hard-working and devoted in everything she does. She likes to help any and everyone. My mama, step father, and my oldest sister are a great impact in my life. I try and accomplish things just like her.
I am writing on behalf of my mother Jennifer Motlagh. I am currently a college sophomore and live with my mother. She has helped me tremendously since I am a full time student and has helped me out financially, while attending school. My parents are currently going through a long drawn out divorce and seeing my mother in this emotional turmoil, she has made it her one true goal to make sure her children have had the best. She has always put her family first and has always made it her goal to make sure she can support us.
Erlese Caruth, LPC, C-MFT, NCC — The founder and owner of A Place For Me Counseling Erlese Caruth is a licensed professional therapist. She is a certified marriage and family therapist with a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling. Have you ever wondered if therapy is right for your child, teenager or your family. Have you noticed some difficulty with expressing feelings or thoughts, anger, sadness, isolation or anxiety at home? Perhaps teachers or caregivers have expressed concerns regarding recent behaviors, challenges with making friends or difficulty with processing information.
One type of job that helps young people is a juvenile justice counselor. Juvenile justice counselor is defined as a juvenile counselors perform one of the most vital and rewarding of social duties: helping troubled youth become healthy, happy and productive members of society. For many of these juvenile clients, childhood has been a time scarred by neglect, abuse, and lack of positive role models; a juvenile counselor can help a troubled young client jump into a positive trajectory by providing empathy, advice, and focused care. The person that I interviewed for this project is a lady that became a juvenile counselor to help the juvenile from becoming a burden on society like countless others in the past. For her privacy she will be addressed as Erika Price.