The steps include finding the members strength, constructing personal model of resilience, applying personal model of resilience, and practicing personal model of resilience (Padesky & Mooney, 2012). Cognitive therapy will address the members distorted perception of herself influenced by her environmental, family, and social factors. The goal is to change her feelings and actions so that she can achieve her treatment goals and learn how to resolve issues and concerns. The member has the capability of resiliency. The first step in strength based cognitive therapy is identifying her strengths as a means to become resilient, member can begin to change the way she thinks about who she is and gain confidence in her ability to overcome her challenges.
However, for transgendered individuals that process can be more challenging. Therefore, transgendered individuals may come to counseling hoping to learn ways to cope with the disorder Gender Dysphoria. Therapy can assist the individual with learning strategies that would increase their confidence and self-esteem. In the case of Gwen, Gwen’s mom served as an significant role in her transitioning process. Gwen’s mom encouraged Gwen to become a woman because her mother did not like seeing her unhappy.
As a result, women often demonstrate a high ability to respond to the needs and feelings of the people in their lives. Alvarez’s depiction of the Mirabal sisters reflects these principles as her characters mature into strong women by learning the value of selflessly caring for others. The Mirabals’ concern for people contrasts to Trujillo’s character, which Alvarez portrays as violent, selfish and petty. Alvarez's focus on gender stresses the achievements of the Mirabal sisters. They live in a country and era in which essentialist assumptions of sexual identities and gender roles are clearly defined and categorized in men or masculine whom hold positions of authority and feminine or women whom of largely maintain domestic roles.
Many women are experiencing controlling and violent environment which should be about intimacy, love and care. In relation to this social justice issue, domestic violence all these theories can be applied effectively to assist in a practitioner’s work. Psychodynamic is a micro leveled practice involving more individualized work investigating the user’s unconscious behaviors and mental processors. Systems theory focuses on keeping a balanced equilibrium with marriage counselling and other forms of community assistance to help the user adapt to their environment. The critical perspective, feminist theory, works alongside the user in order to help identify social injustices and assists to empower and educate them.
McCormick writes to young western girls because they are the next generation women that both care and can make a difference. This generation can find unity in each other by recognizing our different but similar adversities, and helping one another reach a better world. Unlike some women in the past, we can use each other to build on our accomplishments cumulatively instead of tearing others down to benefit personally. In such a patriarchal world, women definitely need to work harder to attain their goals; although, to climb the ladder of power, some ladies step on their fellow female peers on the way up, and justify this by the male’s dominant role in
This new perspective makes the reader think differently about the situation, and allows the reader to more easily empathize with the point of view of a wife. Syfers uses the empathy from this new perspective to support her thesis, saying at the start of the essay “I belong to that classification of people known as wives. I am a Wife” (64). By explaining at the start of the essay that the author is a wife, all of the following explanation of a wife’s many duties compared to a husband’s few are strengthened; as these arguments are being told by a person who has first-hand experience and be more reliable. This insight into a perspective which the readers do not know about, makes it easier to change their opinion on the relationship between a husband and wife due to the new found empathy from the point of view of a wife.
I would strongly lean towards Object relations theory in order to help her. “According to object relations theory, human development takes place within the context of relationships… it is through [Lily’s] relationships with significant people around [her] that [she takes] in parts of other (objects) and slowly build a self-structure” that eventually turns into her personality. At the same time. I will also recognize the impact that her surrounding environments and life experiences at different points of her life have impacted her. Lily has gone through Interpersonal trauma that delayed her development of ego strength that is “to form and maintain healthy relationships” earlier in her life (Lesser & Pope, 2007, pp.
In my locality there are various social inequality in many different races, class, gender, and sexuality. The education system is continually is being introduced to ensure improvement. By observing the education institutions all of the races and their cultures are very alive and present in the city. When observing the people with education and having employment, I have found I have seen that they have hire more employees that have only a high school graduate more that someone that has a lease a bachelor’s degree or higher. This is because the people that has have high school diploma has exceed the number of person that have a bachelor’s degree by margin of error +/-10.8 (high school) than the number person with a bachelor degree with a margin of error +/- 2.6.
In What Women want: the Wife of Bath and the Modern Woman, Gwen Brewer discusses the revolutionary change occurring today in the lives of women. She compares these new gender advancements to The Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale when women were valued only for their maternal and sexual characteristics. The Wife of Bath serves as an example for women as she is able to break out of these misogynistic gender roles and do what she wants to do. In this article, Brewer proclaims the Wife of Bath as a feminist character, as can be seen in her appearance and actions. The author begins her article by retelling the prologue and tale of the Wife of Bath.
Mary contended to, female’s requirement to get instruction that was equivalent to their status in the general public in her article titled "the vindication of the right of ladies" (Frazer, 2008). Mary stretch ahead to characterize the situation of a lady in the general public by expressing that, females ought to be dealt with as colleagues to their spouses and not simply minor wives (Frazer, 2008). Likewise, Mary keeps on demonstrating that, instructing a lady would in the end help out in building the general public as in, females possibly will later on teach their