The first one is the fact that people cannot be think as separate from their relationships. Since relationships are one of the core factors in our life, it would be inevitable to be effected by them in different ways. The way we chose to deal with these relationships may be maladaptive and we need to learn a better way of dealing. PIT enables the therapist and patient to work on the present feelings and thoughts, which may arise in current therapeutic relationship. Even if these feelings and thoughts appears in the therapy sessions, they are also patterns of thinking and feeling in real life settings.
It’s essential to include the individual with any decision-making, it is your job to make sure that the individual does not feel left out or ignored. 3.4: Explain what steps to take if consent cannot be readily established. The steps that I would take if the consent cannot be readily
When managing expectations, counselors must give the clients realistic expectations so that they do not believe that their career path will follow their exact plan without having unpredictable events delay or remove them from their plan entirely. Counselors must help clients understand the chaos in one 's career path by explaining to them to be prepared for possible setbacks. Clients must be prepared to face setbacks and have plans in place in order to counter these setbacks as well as having the perspective that unexpected events occur are normal. Building resiliency, counselors must have their clients prepared to cope with unexpected events that may delay or completely change their career development. Clients must be resilient and not get down or give up because the process is too difficult (Niles & Harris-Bowlsbey,
As members of helping professions, I completely agree with you that it is our responsibility to understand the probability of stressful situations affecting people in different ways. Becoming aware of the mediating variables that indicate a causal chain of factors in development and the moderating factors that can somewhat protect the individual from a possible negative outcome can help us find areas of strengths in people’s lives and build on those to achieve positive developmental outcomes (Broderick & Blewitt, 2015, p.
The core assumptions of the Health Belief Model (HBM) are based on the premise that a person will develop a health behavior and is willing to take action to avoid the occurrence of the disease. Furthermore, the person needs to believe that they have the possibility of developing the disease, that they can avoid the disease, that the cost of the change outweighs the benefit and that the person can effectively implement the recommended behavior. Furthermore, the major concepts of the HBM are perceived severity, perceived benefit, perceived barriers, cues to action and self-efficacy (de Chesnay and Anderson, 2016, p. 155-156). According to the Common Sense Model (CSM), when a health threat is perceived by the individual, they progress through three stages: (1) mental representations of the health threat; (2) coping actions or behaviors that help the individual cope with the health threat; and (3) how well the coping strategies manage the
I will make sure to communicate any confidentiality policies to my supervisors and managers in order to avoid future issues. Sources: “Why is Confidentiality Important,” article by Jules Halpern Associates, October 15, 2010. This article outlines why confidentiality is important and what could happen if there is a breach in confidentiality. I will use this article to argue that confidentiality is pivotal for this code of ethics because confidential information can be misused if it is released without knowledge. The article details what kind of information is considered confidential, which will further clarify this tenet.
The first step; which is identifying the risk is when the group should be able to recognize certain risks and how to prepare to look into them further. Once your team has identified the risks, they should build an understanding of the risk. Evaluating the risk would be determining the severity of the risk because it may not be serious enough for further treatment. After establishing the highest ranking risk, it is management job to minimize the possibilities for them to grow. Even after recognizing all risks it is still risk management job to continue to monitor and prevent any potential risk from
IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS AND CONCEPTS In order to find out, whether resilience has an effect on coping with and supporting future organizational change, I have to define the concepts of change and resilience. This means that I will at first evaluate whether the merger qualifies as organizational change and therefore a professional challenge that has an impact on resilience. Additionally, I have to take a look at what makes individuals supportive or averse when confronted with change and if this can be linked to the outcomes of my research. 2.1. Organizational change as professional
When addressing an ethical dilemma, having the ability to identify possible outcomes to address it is essential for change. The ethical dilemma I face at my field placement is confidentiality versus the right to self-determination. One possible option I mentioned previously to address the ethical dilemma was for clients to sign a privacy and confidentiality agreement that outlines what is considered mandated reporting. I believe the possible outcome for this option would help improve the client’s confidence with the agency and the clinician but also build rapport and trust. It would result in less missed appointments, assist with client involvement, and help the client feel supported while in crisis.
This is done by knowing how a particular theory shows how a specific stimulus of a behavior or perspective and impacts it has on how things turn out to be. As a result through proper understanding and interaction in this assignment it all links to our life’s experiences that are provoked by our anxiety towards a situation and knowledge that with every challenge/situation/ experiences we face or run away from it will eventually change our personality (Viljoen et al.,