At the beginning of the session, is appropriate to used more minimal encourager, but depending of client situation, paraphrasing also assists counsellor gaining accuracy in understanding. Paraphrasing in this session actually lesser, I just allow client to share without limit, it may lose precious moment to allow the client to “hear” their own thoughts and to focus on what he say and feel, which is very important to help client to gain
4.2. Findings from students’ reflective portfolios Students’ Reflective Portfolios were designed to investigate participants’ individual perspectives, experiences and feelings about the drama activities. In order to have a better insight of students’ perceptions, reflective portfolios contained two types of questions: (a) yes/no questions, (b) open-ended questions. Examples: (a) I enjoy participating to the drama activities in English class No / Yes (b) How did you feel working together with your friends and teacher? These two types of questions were expected to give respondents a chance to elaborate their personal opinions and feelings and provide as much information as viable.
And while the questions might occasionally sound odd to you as the coach, clients quickly become enthralled by the images, memories, thoughts and ideas which bubble up to consciousness and which frequently lead to transformation. Ideally, they'll forget that you're
Even though people may become my friends very quickly and easily, I would rather let them do the talking and let them tell me about them. I do not have a problem with letting people to get know about me but it is a bit dificult and hard to open up or say what i feel. I have always been shy, unless im comfortable with the people and the enviroment tht is arpound me, im also kind of awkward. One person who is my support system is my older sister, Doriana (Dori). She is the closest person on this planet to me.
When The two main characters first come across The Player, many philosophical ideas are exchanged. The Player seems to have better understanding of the world around him, and he attempts to bestow this knowledge on Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Stoppard has The Player to show that there are some people who are able to make their own decisions and better understand life. The only problem is the two do not seem to understand or accept The Player’s logic.The Player believes all people are artists, while Rosencrantz thinks they are gentlemen. The Player goes on to say “For some of us it is performance, for others, patronage.
Even if those opinions are wrong. That is what make us different from everyone else, our own thoughts are ours, we share our ideas to other people. It is real nice when other people share those same thoughts. This is how we relate to other people, and how we befriend someone. The misunderstanding between Ponyboy and Darry is just something that regularly happens.
Erving Goffman is a twentieth century micro-sociologists. His dramaturgical approach is tied to symbol interactionism; a framework that states people develop symbolic meaning and rely on them for interaction. He looked at how face-to-face interactions build up to the human experience (Kivisto and Pittman). Goffman’s main argument in the dramaturgical approach is that we are all actors and we can change and manipulate how we are perceived through ‘sign vehicles’, just as actors in a theatre do. In supporting both Goffman’s and my own points, I will refer closely to the specific example of a Dunnes Stores worker’s daily interactions and presentation, although it could be applied to any social situation.
Sometimes I wish people would understand this because I have probably missed out on many opportunities to create good friends but at the same time maybe it's a good thing because I need friends that have a lot of patients. I personally feel it's worth the wait because once you finally get past that will and you're introduced to the real me you'll see a side that you'd never even have imagined. Who doesn't like a witty person that is fueled by sarcasm but at the same time is also incredibly warm and supportive of those I care about. The person inside loves to laugh and will tell you lots of stories about the crazy situations that my slightly dysfunctional family gets up to and the stupid clumsy things that I have
Although members are quite used to students on placement, understandably my presence at first created feelings of uncertainty, distrust and tension among group members. My own lack of confidence and assertiveness no doubt contributed to this, and although group facilitation required me to establish a relationship with participants, I appreciated that I had to earn the space to do this. Lee (2003), offers an interesting explanation of the difficulties for group facilitators in setting themselves apart from the group, whilst also being acceptable to them. I therefore felt it would be helpful to establish a relationship with the group, before responding to members individually, so that I could observe how each member of the group interacted with others. In doing so I came to understand how group work requires systemic thinking, that recognises how the actions of individuals are linked with the context of the wider group.
I also learn that sometimes the person which is interviewing you can determine the mood on how the interview will go. If the person is in a good mood and give you smiles and laugh during the interview this can help decrease the nervousness in a person. The interviewer won’t be staring you down and harder to answer questions. If the interviewer looks like he or she is in a bad mood, no much laughter , asking the question fast to rush the interview or just give you a non-shallot mood it is going to take a lot out of you to bring yourself together to finish his you in life. interview.