Introduction The Rodgers family, David (the father), Kathleen (step-mother) and Michelle (daughter), sought therapy through a recommendation from Michelle’s guidance counselor. With the Rodger’s family, there are issues regarding culture and ethnicity. Not aware of the influence of race, ethnicity, cultural, and gender are all connected by what comes before and after. Through the lens of Strategic Family Therapy, this paper will explore the approaches and techniques used to help the Rodgers family.
A psychoanalytic therapist will encourage you to say whatever is going through your mind. This will help you become aware of hidden meanings or patterns in what you do or say that may be contributing to your problems. Uncovering and resolving these unconscious conflicts is the major gold of this therapy. Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that examines how beliefs and thoughts are linked to behaviour and feelings.
Throughout my participation in the primary school ‘Reading Scheme’ I mentored pupils to help them gain self-esteem during their learning process in reading. I was also chosen to be a member in my schools ‘Buddy System’, whereby I was partnered with a Year 8 pupil whom I made feel welcome and safe in their new environment. I carried out work experience at Northern Health and Social Care Trust in Causeway Hospital, whereby I shadowed a qualified nurse. Throughout this learning experience I attended a variety of activities to observe differing treatments. My communication skills are paramount in this environment, speaking with patients and staff members was a large part of the experience.
A dynamic strategy for teaching students the skills to think critically is the concept map (a cognitive tool that encourages learners to process information deeply in order to understand study material). This study explores the development of critical thinking among nursing students in a required pathophysiology and pharmacology course during the first year of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in response to concept mapping as an interventional strategy, using the Health Education Systems, Incorporated critical thinking test. (Facione, 2013) Students in the concept mapping group performed much better on the Health Education Systems, Incorporated than students in the control group. It is recommended that deans, program directors, and nursing faculties evaluate their curricula to integrate concept map teaching strategies in courses in order to develop critical thinking abilities in their students.
Framework for Praxis The author is pursuing the Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (PNP-PC) course. In order for nurses to be able to assess and manage their patients, they should be able to effectively synthesize knowledge (Higgs, Burn, & Jones, 2011). This paper aims to provide a succinct discussion of the ideological, theoretical, and ethical framework that influences the author’s praxis. Furthermore, this paper will discuss how the author’s philosophical viewpoint and theoretical framework affect how she views her phenomenon of interest on newborn screening for critical congenital heart defects (CCHD).
It is also suggested that patients who are sexually active should be questioned directly about abuse and earlier if abuse is suspected. APNs should ask questions in person in the most nonjudgmental tone. It’s recommended it be done yearly and be properly documented. APNs must be sure to document detailed information since statements are crucial in the case that it is subpoenaed including measurement of injuries, photographs of injuries. APNs can also participate in preventative efforts like educating the public on domestic violence, counseling victims, and addressing suspicions.
The central focus of Psychoanalysis has to do with past experiences and sexual orientation and how each affects every decision the patient makes. (Freud, 1910, 180). It also has the “surrogate relation” to which same emotions from past experiences are replaced by a different memory making the patient get rid of pain through suppression of memory. On the other hand Humanism is based on the patient as being a whole and helping the patient succeeded by understanding the self concept and how person centered therapy needs to be match up to the actualizing tendency (Thorne, 2011,
(2007) mention that a negative impact of medical tele-education is decreased recruitment and retention in the continuing medical care activities, since tele-education would reduce the
Intervention Principles and Techniques Help the client get the facts and pay attention to her feelings so as to notice public support and create a new self-image Help the client make commitment to change her substance abuse addiction I have to target the client’s family and friends so that they can be informed about the helping process. The client’s family must be involved so as to promoting coping strategies for the client to reduce the effects of child sexual abuse which led to depression and substance addiction. Adaptations of the Theory
By having the staff actively participate in these exercises, they will be able to learn what types of behaviors trigger sexual harassment by employees, administrators, and patients. Employees have an obligation to be familiar with the organization’s sexual harassment policies and state laws in order to effectively report these cases. The employees should feel comfortable enough to speak openly with their direct supervisors or another authority within the
College counseling centers have been trying to address the need by providing training to faculty members in responding to crises, increasing clinical services, and increased referral training (Chugani, 2015, p. 121). College counseling center programs led by faculty with goals of education, resources, and support for severe mental illness (Chugani, 2015, p. 121). When integrating DBT to college counseling centers, colleges need to understand these facilities were originally designed to deliver short-term psychotherapy session with trainees as therapists and subject to breaks and vacations interfering with treatment plans. These factors can alter the way services and groups sessions are delivered to students in need due to limited amounts of free counseling appointments offered to each student. The counseling centers need to provide strategically adapted DBT models designed to fit the needs and resources of college students (Chugani, 2015, p. 122).
My analytical skills developed through my research further my ability to develop diagnoses and handle complicated surgical patients. Finally my strong interpersonal skills both with patients and physicians that have been demonstrated through my clerkships and involvement in multiple physician organizations provide ideal characteristics in a career which demands such skills. With only months remaining until medical school graduation, I strive to turn my surgical rotation experiences into practice and excel at these teachings so that I may work to perfect my service to patients—what I appreciate to be the art of medicine. An ideal residency is one that will support me in this pursuit through strong resident education and in challenging me to further improve myself.
I would have the opportunity, not only to shape my own education, but to have the chance to improve the medical school system. It also allows for modernization in teaching methods, such as simulation-based training. I already tend to use hands-on and visual learning methods in studying and so this would help me immensely in succeeding while enjoying the material being taught. We did a lot of simulation-based learning in my EMR class and it was my favorite part of the course. I was also attracted by the WMed approach to teaching through teamwork.
Good communication skills, which includes listening, allows the student to interact with the professors and classmates in a manner that will extend beyond the classroom. These communication skills allow the student to develop a close relationship with their clients which encourages the client to achieve more in their therapy. After graduation, these students are more than just a physical therapist to their clients. They are friends, counselors, and mentors. Good communication skills allow these students to be the best professionals that they can be.
My psychology training allowed me to improve my interpersonal skills that will certainly aid me in your residency program. During my clinical rotations, and observerships in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, I was extremely fortunate to work with professors and physicians that were more than willing to share their knowledge and wisdom with me. From teaching students in medical school to currently tutoring students for USMLE, I have always tried to pass on that knowledge. Throughout my career, I have recognized, learning is