This ad does a good job not getting off topic of the message it is trying to deliver. Therefore, I feel that this ad does an effective job at making logic sense. We all are very familiar with the addiction epidemic we are facing. There is help available to anyone that is seeking recovery. I believe this ad does an wonderful job from start to finish about the logic of The Addiction Network program.
I was asked by the group leader to introduce myself and to read the open statement. I was very much appreciated by the members and got a warm welcome. I learn about myself that I can integrate into any setting and participate in a positively. I was astonished that members had the confidence to share their stories in an open forum and be honest about their history. Moreover, I was touch by the member enthusiasm to come out in a large group and support each other.
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.
“Better coping with hardships and stress” (Mayo Foundation) is one of many benefits of being optimistic, especially when faced with struggles. When hoping for the best, it makes a person start to notice all the things that are going right and all that there is to be thankful for. Usually in a time of conflict people tend to look at the unpleasant side of things. For example, Anne Frank faces adversity with a very cheerful attitude. After plastering pictures onto her wall she says, “It looks much more cheerful.
I do well in a group situation that requires me to communicate. The assessment concluded that I was a confident person who makes contributions to groups situations. It recommended that I watch others within my group to gather ideas further on how
“We become best friends with people who boost our self-esteem” (Karbo). For many, it is important enough to keep their social identity in a group, that they will put themselves at risk. Karbo found that those addicted to drugs were more likely to overcome that if they felt it clashed with their social identity. She noted, “our social identities are so important to us that we're willing to court disaster to preserve them. We stick with people who support our social identity and withdraw from those who don't.
During the norming stage, cohesion is established, conflict is resolved and members have good understanding on each other’s roles in the group. Members develop a sense of belonging towards the group and the leader could emphasize on harmony and unity to ensure the wellbeing of the group. This is the stage where the members are finally ready to start working together as a team and strive towards achieving the desired goals. Next, the performing stage emphasizes on problem solving and the completion of the task at hand. Member are committed towards their goals and are able to tackle any issue in a mature ways.
They all demonstrate how a person can be in a terrible point in their life, but there are resources like a short-term mental ward, and suicide hotlines, that assist them in getting better and not ending the suffering themselves. They must know that everything will play out well and happiness will be
However, it is clear that there are more similarities like their theme, which summarises the point of helping drugs addicts be better people instead of punishing them. Plus, their personal but, informative tone that the authors have which they use to create a personal connection and create a credibility from the supportive information. Both pieces, “Legalising Drugs” and “Legalisation - our best hope”, are able to persuade their audience about the legalisation of drugs and support for addicts by using personal references and having a clear point aboout what the message is about. All these aspects put together make the pieces interesting, understandable and
In particular, I can easily connect with individuals who share similar social identities with me and establish trust between us. My social identities have also prepared myself for interactions with people who do not share similar identities with me by expressing my respect to them and my appreciation for getting to know them and for sharing with me their own identities while having conversations with those individuals. By letting others know about my social identities through interactions and allowing them to do the same, I believe we can learn new things from each other, and together we will grow and thrive as a group. In conclusion, I believe it is essential to know my social identities since this is a foundation for me to know myself better and appropriately interact with individuals who share different social identities than mine. In other words, knowing my social identities helps me to find better ways to maintain good relationships with residents and my co-workers, and this will result in an inclusive and diverse living and learning environment where everyone can be who they are and thrive from meaningful interactions with each
An example of this was being abused verbally, or even getting outed (if they did not want others to know right away). Oppositely, others have had positive experiences, which has made their work life easier. Co-workers were open and friendly to their changes and offered helpful feedback to maintain an easy lifestyle while transitioning. There was no judgement which made them feel accepted and at ease. This study connects to Schilts book because it shows how transgender inequality is a huge issue.
As they become comfortable, members of the group start to relax and understand group functions. The initial stage is where the group norms are set up, the expectations are laid out, and personal goals are set. As the interactions are taking place, members are also determining if the group is a safe place for them to openly share with others. The leader has a great deal of assistance when it comes to members feeling safe. If the leader is open and reacts to members calmly, this can assist in the feeling of a safe
A patient would like a person to have empathy for them rather than sympathy in most cases. Having positivity is another great trait. Positivity can help encourage any person encountering a bad day. Lastly, being a developer is a trait that works well with positivity. I feel you will become a great Medical Assistant with all your traits!
ESFJs are particularly focused on finding harmony in their personal life and they are willing to work hard to maintain it. At work, ESFJs like to cooperate with others to accomplish tasks effectively and punctually. They show loyalty in everything they do and willingly help others, even with small tasks. ESFJs observe what their family, friends, and coworkers need in their everyday lives and work to make life easier for them by providing it. They appreciate personal recognition for their