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
In circumstances where respect is not availed, it becomes impossible to achieve promising results. The society indeed taught me the essentiality attached to respecting others thus serving a source of encouragement, the consideration that I carefully examined before venturing into the nursing profession. It is natural that patients do need not only drugs but also respect for survival. In other words, it is difficult for someone who does not value others to find solace in nursing. For example, nurses are expected to respect the voice of the patients so that there can be a sort of understanding to facilitate better treatments and caregiving.
Nietzsche’s influence extended beyond philosophy to psychology. Notably, Sigmund Freud, the architect of psychoanalysis and analytic psychology founder, Carl Jung are said to be influenced by Nietzsche’s work (Brians, 1998). Although Nietzsche’s work left impressions on several other twentieth century psychologists, including Alfred Adler, Abraham Maslow and Ayn Rand, for the purpose of this essay the effect on Freud and Jung’s work will be in primary focus. Jung was fascinated by Nietzsche and his work. From Jung’s student days to him being a pioneer in the psychoanalytic movement, Jung read and developed his own thoughts regarding Nietzsche’s ideas and work (Rensma, 2012).
There are certain protective factors for resilience, which includes role models in life, experiences like challenges that create resilience, a positive attitude in taking it up, interaction with others positively to live the challenges, ability to engage with others and ability to form committed relationships (Mowbray, 2011). Presence of a clean adult who is out of habits, affection and love, positive caring, parental self efficacy, hobby, community involvement, religion and reasonable community protection are protective factors for development and maintenance of resilience (ENCARE, 2007). There are positive outcomes that happen with the development of resilience, by overcoming of risk factors and enhancement of protective factors. The outcomes help in the transition from a stage of adversity to a stage of accomplishment. These positive outcomes are also the ones that measure the efficiency of the individual and community protective factors in creating resilience.
As A professional counselor the approaches are client center and is used in humanistic therapy. The founder Roger used it to motivate clients in the therapeutic process. Roger used three qualities that a good counselor should consider for clients in sessions. First unconditional positive regard is to meet the client where they are. Second genuineness is to share open honest communication and be vulnerable to the client, so the client can do the same.
However, it also critically challenges the overly generalized nature of TTM in the context of the complexity of physical activity behavior. Adams and White proposals does not try to resolve these occurring issues. Their belief in a relatively conservative ‘realistic’ assessment of TTM along with subsequent suggestions from commentators (e.g. other stage-based models staging algorithms that are potentially better at stage classification) is clearly one way of progressing. Therefore, the author wants to stop stop side-stepping around the issue and attempt to operate a more expansive consideration of what the intervention could be used for.
Describing the dimensions of confidentiality in a therapeutic relationship poses great complexities and be controversial but I’ll try my hand at it. The term confidentiality deals with private matters or could be defined as one being entrusted to keep unauthorized disclosed information from others. Therefore, it is vitally essential that the therapist thoroughly explain confidentiality from a client-therapist standpoint as well as take time to educate the client on situations confidentiality can be breached during the consent and inform phase. As we know, people process information differently and consequently, the clients’ concept of confidentiality can be totally opposite of what you say. Accountability is highly recommended.
Zinsmeister, although discouraging day care, says that child raising should be left to professionals. He also believes that daycare is acceptable only if parents use it in moderation. The article “Day Care Should Be Discouraged” by Karl Zinsmeister is not a sound article because the structure is not logical, he provides too many assumptions, and he does not provide much credibility. Structure The structure of Karl Zinsmeister’s argument is not logical. In his argument, Zinsmeister jumps around from topic to topic.
Alicia stated that, “everyone is going through something and it may not only be what the medical issue may be.” She insisted that it is too easy to be polite and take the time to listen to whatever they have to say. Alicia suggested that, “listening makes a person feel human” to show how important the other have of oral communication can be. However, she also emphasized, “to always attempt to avoid involving emotions between yourself and a patient.” Although so much of the communication in nursing is oral there is no way to be able to properly care for a patient without written
As with harm, the definition of good is difficult. The sheer number of ways one might promote the welfare of another defies a complete description. If we look at welfare in the health care context, it is generally seen in terms of health and physical well-being. The following secondary principles fall under beneficence; prevent the infliction of needless pain, prevent killing others and preventing incapacitating