Rational emotive behaviour therapists use a lot of different ways such as cognitive, images, emotive, and behavioural to help the client to obtain a rational way to live. Therapists are encouraged to be flexible and creative in their use of methods, making sure to tailor the techniques to the unique needs of the client (Dryden, 2007). Rational emotive behaviour therapists use a persuasive cognitive method in the therapy process. The therapist shows the client what they tell themselves in a quick and direct way. They can teach their clients how to deal with the things they are always telling themselves so that they can be able to stop believing them, and they help them to acquire a philosophy that is based on reality.
Group Counseling refers to group of people that have the same cases to relate with one another so that they could build confidence to themselves. (Dela Cruz et al., 2016) Group Counseling should be on a good process or set-up because it must be exclusive and it will pay much attention to group of people with the same cases. These days, group counseling is so important especially to those who seeks people who has the same case as them. (e.g., drugs, alcohol or gambling addiction). In group counseling, client’s are required to share their own experiences and realizations.
Firstly, I chose Values, Ethics and nursing practice because it is so important. As much as I stated above there is a lot of grey area it is so important to know your own values and to know what is important to you and to others. Values and ethics play a big role in client care because you may not agree with what a client chooses, for example assisted suicide. It’s not up to you to decide what is right for a client and you have to put your own values and beliefs aside to provide the best client care. You must be able to fully understand your own values and beliefs to be able to understand others.
Ethics are moral priciples that govern a person's behaviour or the conducting of an activity. In the practice of therapeutic hypnosis, there are many important ethical issues to consider in relation to patient safety and quality of care. Different therapeutic approaches will entail different ethical beliefs, but all behaviour on the part of hypnotherapists is obviously bound by national law and professional guidelines. Increasing administrative duties and legal pressures on therapists unfortunately encourage many to focus primarily on record-keeping and avoiding litigation rather than actual quality of care. Not only must therapists meet minimum legal requirements, they must also focus on how patients can be best served.
An authentic chameleon also allows for feedback from the client, this means that when the client isn’t happy with the therapists delivers of work they should tell the therapist. 8. Therapeutic process Multimodal therapy as mentioned above focuses on multiple modalities, this means that there is no fixed structure of how the therapy is supposed to go or that gives a guideline for the therapist. The therapist and the client need to work together to determine which of the multiple modalities need attention
Spurgeon Hall (2000) states that ethics not only applies to our actions, but equally to our inner dispositions and motives. It is not enough to merely refrain from doing a bad thing, but a person must not even want or intend to do it. A criminal justice professional must be able to justify the decision based on his or her own set of values and beliefs. Becoming an ethical person is a journey in which one must evaluate his or her own morals and values and also face everyday choices that will not only have a lasting effect on themselves, but on their co-workers, the citizens they serve and the offenders in the criminal justice
Since social workers work with a variety of populations, they experience some dilemmas during delivering their services to clients, hence the need for ethical conduct. According to Barker (2003) an ethical dilemma refers to a situation that occurs when two or more moral values seem to be equally legal but contradictory and the practitioner is required to make the best possible choice from among them. So it is important to have ethics that will help in taking ethical decisions. Barker (2003) defines ethics as a system of moral principles and perceptions about right versus wrong and the resulting philosophy of conduct that is practiced by a
ETHICS Ethics is about people and it entails systematizing, defense and recommendation of concepts of right or wrong (Fieser, n.d). Therefore, ethics is about choosing what is right. However, what is right is relative as it may vary depending on the situation at hand. Discuss what you see as the role of ethics as it pertains to management and managers. The role of ethics is of paramount importance in relation to management.
Person centered therapy is founded on two basic hypotheses: each person has the capacity to understand the circumstances that causes unhappiness and to reorganize his/her life accordingly. The therapist should be genuine, in touch with what he/she is experiencing and communicate these feelings to the client when they are appropriate to the encounter. The goal of person centered therapy is to help the client become more fully functioning person. On the other hand, the specific goals are client self directed and designed partly to eliminate clients’ unhealthy need to please others. The goals of person-centered therapy can be conceptualized as a two step process, first moving away from the self that one is not, and then moving toward one’s true
They are responsible for the activation and successfully bundling both basic and model-specific factors at the completion of effective treatment (Simon, 2011). The Therapist should avoid any form of disruption, because it will threaten the therapeutic process as well as alliance (Simon, 2011). Therapist should also create a safe environment where the patient can freely express emotions and thoughts. 4. The similarities and differences between counselling and psychotherapy There are obvious differences between the two and they have different purposes in different settings for different situations, but they do have similarities as well and in the following discourse both similarities and differences will be named and discussed with regard to counselling and psychotherapy.