Furthermore, reflective practice at this present time is most likely the most effective option for dealing with the above issues. Reflective issues will enable practitioners to deal with the unique issues that they will encounter from the extremely diverse range of clients. Who may each have a very different background, culture, belief system, etc from other clients. Reflective practice will allow the practitioner to better understand the issues, better show empathy and build a good therapeutic relationship with their
For example, when Brother was teaching Doodle to walk on his own, he struggled and “when he fell, I grabbed him in my arms and hugged him, our laughter pealing through the swamp like a ringing bell” (558). Brother is clearly a spectacular sibling. Not many people would have the patients to help teach a disabled kid to stand and walk, but Brother does. This just shows how loving Brother is towards Doodle. Another example is when Brother went and checked to see how Doodle was doing when he was little and sick, and when Doodle smiled at Brother a rush of relief spread throughout his body, “Mama,
According to Dr. Sarah Bate of Bournemouth University, prosopagnosic individuals often “avoid social interactions” and “experience problems with interpersonal relationships” (1), which directly effects their daily functioning. In order to subsist such repercussions, Jack has overtime subconsciously established a contrived persona for him to hide behind. This false front allows Jack to embed this illusory image of himself in people’s minds, allowing him to carry on with his life as normally as he possibly can. As of late, this method has proven itself to be reasonably affective for Jack, excluding a few close calls and points of humiliation. Fellow classmates and relatives see him as an overly confident and easy-going guy that has no care in the world, when, in actuality, it’s just a guise that is made to cover up his
Regardless of Perry’s traumatic childhood, justice must be equally upheld to everyone, despite the differences in the ways we were raised. While nurture may be the primary factor in deciding why Perry did what he did, his childhood does not excuse him from being prosecuted the the full extent of the law. The controversial debate of nature versus nurture may never be fully solved, however it is clear in the case of Perry Smith that his surroundings were the primary cause of his motivation to kill the Clutter family. Between his abusive family and the inmates at the Kansas State Penitentiary, the emotions convening inside of Perry fell too much to bear. Perry was a victim of his environment and projected the rejection he felt onto
Majority of parents just want the best outcome for their child and for them to develop to the best of their ability. Even though this is the case, some parents are not always exactly sure how to encourage this and for this reason might seek advice from practitioners within the setting. The better the partnership between a staff member and a parent the more comfortable they will feel in confiding in the practitioner. Parents know their own child best and sometimes what they need in order to keep them happy, Children know what they want, whilst practitioners have knowledge of general child develop. For this reason, if the relationship between parents, children and practitioners is positive and consistent the child should receive the best outcome and develop well.
• Minimizing, denying, blaming: Making light of the abuse and not taking her concerns about it seriously, saying the abuse didn’t happen, shifting responsibility for abusive behaviour, saying she caused it. • Using the children: Making her feel guilty about the children, using the children to relay messages, using visitation to harass her, threatening to take children away. • Using male privilege: Treating her like a servant, making all the big decisions, acting like the “master of the castle”, being the one to define men’s and women’s roles. • Using economic abuse: Preventing her from getting or keeping a job, making her ask for money, giving her an allowance, taking her money, not letting her know about or have access to family income. • Using coercion and threats: Making and/or carrying out threats to hurt her, threatening to leave her, to commit suicide, to report her to welfare, making her drop charges, making her do illegal things.
The victim obeys the rules as well as fears that the expectations might not fall into completion. But, when he fails to produce what was trusted to him, he feels guilty even though the task might have looked ridiculous to an outside observer. Let us face the truth. The judge/victim relationship is just another expression of letting someone remain in a comfort zone. It means not daring to reach beyond the fear, anger and all uncomfortable situations that often are just another