It is probably a more therapeutic environment than being held in an acute hospital setting. I was really glad to see these resources available in the community. However, I still think there are lots of improvements and resources needed to improve the lives of the mentally ill
A strong bonding is necessary to succeed in counselling people who are struggling with their lives in forming relationships. Building a therapeutic rapport is an important part of a successful relationship between a client and a therapist to make the client comfortable and relaxed. The professions where interacting with the community is the main job, having the skill to build therapeutic relationships is important. The uniqueness of this relationship can have either positive or negative effects based on the way the therapist tried to build a relationship with their client. Positive relationships can be valuable to clients who are struggling to form relationships due to a trauma that has a major impact on their lives.
Connect with thriving people It is necessary to re-engage the healthy relationships that you may have disconnected from during active addiction. People from your past that believe in you and lead happy, productive lives can be a remarkable influence on your future success. A robust support system is vital to your progress. Spending time with new friends that are thriving in sobriety is also a powerful motivator. Practice
We identified several important strengths that would benefit us and also a few weaknesses that are important to be aware of and overcome in the future. Strengths • An important strength that we have in our pharmacy is the desire to serve our community and improve it in any way we can. Our desire to improve our community through the reduction of opioid dependence is what our service is founded on and is vital for our success. • Our staff will consist of employees specially trained in rehabilitation services. This would enable us to serve the community more efficiently and
Members of the treatment centre do not only have trouble with substance abuse but may have another problem along with it such as depression. Due to this, the therapeutic community model is the main model used because it is holistic. This model is also the main model used because the program not only focuses on helping individuals recover from substance abuse but also help them be able to become employed or go back to school when they set back out into the world. According to Mr. Jurawan, the centre wants to ensure individuals are able to get back up on their feet and have a better life. Evaluate the usefulness of the model(s) at the treatment center.
Besides of those basic assumptions, therapies of solution-focused therapy also act in accordance to all social work values, especially empowerment and individualization. According to Healy (2014), solution-focused therapy adopts a hopeful and optimistic attitude towards client. Since it emphasize on client’s strength, resources and ability, solution-focused therapy avoids considering clients as incompetent for achieving improvement. As it mentioned above, this therapy does not see clients as a pathological person, this can help client gain greater control over their lives, and for client, this will also help them to see themselves from a new angle. By adopting strength perspective, the value of empowerment is achieved.
This would aide in helping clients cope much better with things. I see the critical incident debriefing helping me as a human services worker because this would give me the opportunity to better understand the trauma my client may be experiencing or have experienced. This would help prevent long term damage such as PTSD. Debriefing impacts someone who has experienced a critical incident because this would help a client move on with life giving them the sense of support knowing that they have someone there for
This condition helps people get the most out of their counselling session and in turn this helps them reach their full potential as they feel valued as the counsellor accepts them for who they are. Congruence is also known as genuineness and according to Rogers “it is the most important attribute in counselling due to the way that it underpins the experiencing of unconditional positive regard and empathy”. Seligman (2006) states that if a counsellor’s body language does not reflect what they are saying, clients will pick up on this and it will reflective on the counsellor client relationship as trust could be lost. Congruence means the counsellor needs to be real and
I thought that attending a support group would be an interesting experience where I would be able to meet people that struggle with an addiction face to face. I would be able to understand that those people are normal people that we see everyday and think that they do not have any problems. Attending a support group will help me open my mind about how to treat a patient with an addiction and have extra understanding of what they go through. My expectations are to be able to listen to their stories and learn how the addiction works and how they behave. Also, to learn their reasons for doing what they do and how difficult it is to stop without help.
Tensions lessen when people express themselves because it helps to relieve the personal burdens that they feel in their everyday lives based on their race. Through sharing their experiences they feel less alone when they come to this place and share their experiences with others who have had these problems. They may find others who effectively deal with their own similar situations, or they may collectively reach conclusions on how to handle problems in the future. The forum also creates a place where it is okay for anyone to discuss these topics in freedom with no hindrance. All have the abilities to speak their minds over these topics in safety without criticism or concern over offending anyone else with candid discussion.
By learning to recognise these signs it’s possible to help either yourself or a loved one and stop a drink problem from getting out of hand. Early intervention helps improve the chances of a positive outcome in any attempt to beat an alcohol addiction, so being aware of the tell-tale signs is a good way to be on