Before these experiences, my knowledge was limited to complex definitions and theories that I did not fully grasp. Through personal interaction and engagement, I have a deeper understanding of occupation and what it means and the role it plays in the field of Occupational Therapy. Not only did these experiences affect me individually These experiences were invaluable to me as an individual OT student – Not only do I have a deeper understanding of clients and their occupations, but my passion for occupational therapy was reborn after engaging with patients and children face-to-face. I am confident that these experiences will also impact my professional behaviour, now and in the future. These experiences have truly helped me grow, learn and develop and an Ot
Its not just because it’s important to get to now your ancestors but is could shape a person. We might not have the privileges to go back to are native land and explore to gain the culture but we can take to people and learn form what they know and from what they lived. This will show others that they should be grateful for what they have and they should value everything in their culture. When you get in touch with your culture you will make discovers about rituals that you didn’t now about before. After you make these discovers you might actually start to perform these rituals.
To add to the conflicting stances, essential to my faith was a future devoted to helping others. To balance all these expectations, I have had to make an effort to find myself and explore my character so that my self-discovery could guide me to make decisions for my future. This, in turn, has matured me in ways many teens my age have not had a chance to experience. Though I don 't have a concise plan for my future, I have decided that I want to focus on receiving a education that will bring about a career involved in helping others, but is flexible enough that I can spend time with my family. I could not have set this goal for myself I had not been tested by the different components I faced in my life.
As a counselor in training, I feel that I am aware of my personal perspective on both subjects; however, I am mindful that as I continue to learn, train, and develop there may be additional perspectives I come in line with. There is no doubt that as a counselor, I will focus on clients as a whole and develop a relationship with them by being empathetic, caring, honest, and respectful. I have a understanding that an individual’s thought process play major roles in the development of human nature, behaviors, and perceptions of certain situaton. As a counselor I wish to assist client into thinking more positively no matter what comes their way, and use technqiues that will help clients develop intrinsic motivation to want to change and
I was incredibly selfish. I decided then that it was important to start getting involved and start paying attention to the world around me. From then on, I have made it a priority to help others and be giving. Student-Athlete Leadership Team taught me to be a leader, a listener, a giver, and a role model for others. I realized that I am thankful for everything I have.
The idea for the summit was to give students the skills needed to create change in their community. In addition, various workshops were held to help students be more culturally aware and sensitive to those different than them. You’re probably wondering how planning those events helped me grow and allowed me to set example for the upcoming generation. Well, they taught me that being different is a good thing. And something that I want to let those who come after me know is that, learning from people who are different than you can lead to growth, empowerment, and
I will be able to push myself in this profession and will be able to utilize my strengths while also minimizing the contact with my weakness while I learn to overcome them. As an actuary I feel as though I will be best able to serve my community as I will be making full use of the talents I have while not having to compromise on my
I think people need to be educated through uncensored media and know the truth. This attitude makes me feel like I have a responsibility to share what I know and make change. In addition to attitude, behavior also enhances my self-concept. Of many other behaviors, my behavior to helping people stands out to me. There is a certain type of satisfaction that I get from helping someone.
It was through a vicarious source in which I learned about how things should be the other way around. In order to prevent us from falling apart and to allow us to have the strength to help others we need to be able to take care of ourselves beforehand. This is one of the reasons why my primary goal in life is to focus on improving my perception of myself. I want to not have as many doubts anymore, or to criticize myself for things that are out of my control. It may seem like a minimal task, but it really does have an influence on other components in our life.
After experiencing all different walks of life at Shaw, I can say that I am better prepared for the teaching world ahead of me. With more time and experience, I will be able to better care for these students as a mentor and teacher. This placement has helped me approach a situation with a nonjudgmental heart and to advocate and care for each student with dignity and respect regardless of situation of the student. I need to strive to accommodate each student’s needs as best as I can. I feel as though that most people go into situations in life with some form of judgmental attitude.