Regularly checking your client’s progress aligned with their goals helps them to understand their progress Knowing where they are and where they still need to go will keep them motivated to continue their sessions with you. Great job! :) Thanks for sharing.
Coaches should examine their experiences, by looking for meaning when asking ‘why’ questions (Denison, 2007). This experience allowed me to develop and see the importance of having interpersonal skills which deals with things, such as, providing a safe environment for the client, treating the client as an equal in the coaching process, allowing them to pick their own tempo for accomplishment of desired goals, during sessions remain neutral, and use positive thought, words and action during the relationship (Mitchell, J., July 27,
My strengths for the Exercise Science field include logical problem solving, organization, and thinking before speaking. I will need to improve on sociability, sympathy, compassion, and flexibility to improve my overall success in the Exercise Science field. I think the strength of logical problem solving will help me work with patients to improve their recovery time by working in an orderly way. I need to improve on flexibility because clients will not always be organized (for example they may miss or rearrange an appointment) and I need to be able to accommodate
It has given me more confidence in delivering care and enlightened me to always support patients as individuals. I have grasped a competent understanding of the benefits of reflecting on practice and will endeavour to reflect on all my practice placements in the
Also at minute 6:13 she said“nice work, nice work”. Also at 15:02 Kyasia did the wall sits with her client to motivate and encourage her because she knew that her client was probably very tired. She also had a conversation with her which made the atmosphere
In order to accomplish group competency, I will need to continue psychoeducation in counseling, attend conferences, and experience group counseling first hand. Keeping my education current and relevant will guide me to new understandings and the competency needed to be a therapeutic counselor. Attending conferences will lead me to further education and new findings. The art of practicing group counseling will allow me to learn from my experiences. All of these ways to accomplish competency will strengthen my appreciation for group counseling (Killacky & Hulse-Killacky, 2004).
My patient confided in me and came to the realisation that he wanted to change, due to my Motivational Interviewing Skills. I really felt, as a team we had succeeded together. In understanding the guiding principles (U.L.E) and relating them to my digital recording, I examined and critiqued my own Motivational Interviewing skills. In doing so, I am excited to improve and determined to progress my Motivational Interviewing skills for my future career as a
It is interesting that Ward et al. (2011) identified empathetic attitudes as protective factors against stress and emotional burnout. Knowing this, I will not mentally remove myself from the suffering of others. I will continue to develop my altruistic outlook to promote healthy outcomes for my patients. I have participated in some empathy development strategies, such as developing interpersonal and interviewing skills and learning from empathetic role models.
(Corey & California State University, 2013). In most of my sessions as an upcoming vocational rehabilitation counselor you will find me using CBT because it has a specific agenda. It is a directive approach in the sense that we show we model positive behavior to our clients which can help them obtain their goal. It is a process were we as therapist we teach our clients how work through negative situations and turn them into a positive experience for our clients. All of us find ourselves upset about things when, in fact the situation isn’t like we think it is and being aware of this issue would help us not waste our time upsetting ourselves.
This encourages her motivation to stay in a listening activity. She can also take notes on her copy of the reading material, and taking note can help her stay engaged and follow along. In order to compare students ' lives with the life of child who lives in the Revolutionary War Time, Julie can create a Venn diagram to find out the similarity and difference of the their life experience. In order to involve Julie in positive group work and cooperation, I will have a personal conversation with Julie to set up clear behavior expectations about how to work in groups appropriately. Teaching Julie how to behave herself in class can also be beneficial for her to learn how to get along with others.
Having experience in conducting group did not decrease the level of preparation and anxiety that came with the preparation for this exercise. However, the experience made the actual process of conducting group therapy less intimidating once the session started. This experiential exercise fostered the ability to look at myself as a group facilitator and be able to plan for group; it allowed me to be in tuned to the ongoing process occurring during the session and the ability to reflect after it was completed. In preparation, my co-facilitator
Communication is the key word in becoming successful or being a successor . I have always communicated with my subordinate through problem solving, being open and honest, In order to communicate effectively, it is necessary to understand the roles we enact as communicators and receivers in the process. Communication is a skill that can be improved through practicing reflective listening skills, which include affirming
I have learned to become an honest person with strong morals. Teachers know that they can trust me to get the work done. If they see a problem happening, they can ask me what is going on and they know that my response will be truthful. If a student has a question or problem, they can trust my opinion on what is the right thing to do. I am constantly encouraging and supporting students in my school