By reflecting, we can see both the strengths and weaknesses of my self, and other practitioners within the setting, and also the policies and procedures we follow. We can then either adapt our weaknesses, such as changing policies, to fit the needs and expectations. Or, using our strengths, we can use them and then share them with their colleagues to improve their performance too. Also, by reflecting on our practice, we can then see if any theorists
Throughout the social work program, the importance of professionalism has always been stressed, and there were several assignments that were given to us in order to apply professionalism in our field practicum and to help prepare us for our career. Assignment related to Professionalism One of the assignments particularly that helped me not only understand more on professionalism but
By being amenable, people’s eyes may be open to new ideas, provides active listening, and builds communication skills. One might say that being open to new ideas is pointless in silly arguments however, in today’s society more and more important conflicts are rising. In an article called, “The Importance of Being Open-Minded”
Afterwards they then consider how well they achieved their intended goals and which aspects require further attention. 2.2.2 Critical Reflection Refers to efforts to accounting for the broader historic, cultural, and political values in framing practical problems to arrive at a solution (Hatton and Smith, 1995). This process has been described as Boyd and Fales (1983) as: “… the core difference between whether a person repeats the same experience several times becoming highly proficient at one behaviour, or learns from experience in such a way that he or she is cognitively or affectively changed”
They works out its role organization, its rules of operation, all of its activities, through a process of communication. By this theory, member of family organize themselves to carry out the daily challenges and tasks of life, as well as adjusting to the developmental needs of its members. For a small institution like university club, theory also important to organize the task and responsible for each member. Theory about team work and group are useful for them in order to build a strong boundaries among member in order to create a tough relationship towards
Jo is motivated to change but she needs to stop blaming everyone else. Jo current problems can be understood in terms In order to facilitate change for Jo I have identified that she needs to challenge ideas Ask questions and could be worked on with me to Thinking different change, the way she behaves, challenge thought learn new skills so instead of escaping stick with them make a plan coping skills, do differently feel differently Specific, measureable, achievable, realistic and time limited goals for the informed work ( SMART) Doran (1981) as cited in Brice (2017), identifying short, medium and long term goals. Behaviour activation can help improve mood for example reducing avoidance Recommendations and ideas for CBT interventions Eg thought challenging and behavioural experiments and ways to work with the client in a forensic setting that will help them to achieve their goals. To break the cycle Diary Join group in
To alleviate the barrier of anxiety and mistrust, the interviewer can ask general questions such as. “Before we begin, I would like to get to know you a little better. What do you do on a typical day?” (Geiselman & Fisher, 2014) The alleviation of anxiety enables the interviewee to use cognitive resources on retrieving the relevant
Creative thinking reexamines traditional strategies and practices, while proactively looking for new ideas and ways to improve them. The creative thinker looks at problems and opportunities from a unique perspective. They see patterns and themes that are not immediately apparent to others and have an ability to refine and shape a new idea so it has a higher likelihood of success. Creativity requires developing new ideas and concepts that are effective in resolving situations at hand. The successful CET uses creative thought to observe the internal and external environment to not just solve problems, but to find them before they derail success.
Taking care of business, innovation enables us to make new associations and offer new thoughts. It additionally enables us to test hypotheses, twist the principles, see the outcomes, respond and change. We can utilize it to interface and work together and to perceive what else is conceivable. It will enable our cutting edge to conceptualize and complete "following stages." Those who are agile, adaptable, liberal and imaginative will have the edge later on.
Festinger replaced the term “consonance” instead of consistency and “dissonance” instead of inconsistency. Dissonance is very powerful when we are doing something that against what our belief tell us. Cognitive dissonance is a very powerful motivator which will often lead us to change one or other of the conflicting belief or action. Aristotle says that, human being is a social animal that has different conflicting shades in its personality, taught process, conducting patterns and executing preferences. When conflict occurs, if it is not powerful enough to be solved, people will tend to avoid and stay away from the problem and this might increase the level of conflicts and discomfort.