All sociologists believe that this statement is true but they have different views on how societies are structured. The consensus theory is the approach adopted by Functionalists. Functionalists view education as a positive aspect. They believe that education is very beneficial and important for the affiliation of society.
The heritage assessment methodology is very important in some significant ways. To begin with, the patients draw satisfaction from the positive results of the heritage assessment. Its use also results to patients being effectively cared for. When the care provider have the background knowledge of the culture of the patients, the patients is likely to receive respectful and quality care from the care provider. This is because the care provider will be aware of the specific values and preferences of the patient.
Reflecting on this clinical practice has been unquestionably beneficial to me. It is helped me ascertain further information about dignity and the importance of it. It has also allowed me to evaluate the care I give and develop personally and professionally. Using the Gibbs (1988) reflective framework has enabled me to look at all aspects of the clinical practice and gain essential information relating the maintenance of dignity. I have found this assignment of reflecting extremely interesting and have enjoyed learning new things about myself and the care I give in clinical practice.
This quote proves how appreciating instead of us complaining can give a lot. Including good vibrations. The image that is created of a person in society is based on the actions and the way a person talks along with their attitude. This proves how thankfulness will just help the image of yours to be even greater in society. In the text “The Valiant” it states, “… and he
Reflection is a meaningful part of spiritual growth because it forces us to look at what we believe, why we believe what we do, and what we do with the new information we learn (Haack, 2015). In Joshua 1:8, meditating on God’s laws is profitable and successful. As we look at what we believe, it forces us to take inventory of our beliefs and values. Reflection into what I believed provided me with a list of beliefs and values, and I was able to confirm if my values lined up with my beliefs.
At the end of everyone’s lives, the goal appears to be about attaining happiness. Describing how to obtain happiness has been an issue that was debated in the past but is still talked about now . In Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle expands on his view of happiness and he focuses particularly on how reason helps recognize and pursue what will lead to happiness and the good life. I feel that Aristotle’s philosophies on happiness are important works within the field of philosophy and he considered one of the………of it . In this paper, I will explore Aristotle’s beliefs regarding happiness then compare and contrast them to those of Martin Seligman.
Despite some qualms I have with the way I was raised, it did instill a sound appreciation for how important it is to have an understanding and positive interpersonal relationships. My parents, and other significant others in my life such as my husband and close friends, all played important parts in the development of my self-concept and perception. They helped me to have a realistic perception of myself with realistic expectations, and to find the drive to change a distorted and obsolete
Working to Become A Diverse Group Counselor A personal goal of mine, as a future counselor, is to become a diverse group leader. I desire to lead groups with cultural sensitivity and not limit members because of ethnicity, gender, religion, class, etc. My goal is to pursue a considerable amount of information on culture and the issues surrounding it, while conducting a therapeutic group. According to The Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW), section B.7, Best Practice In Performing, It is the group counselors responsibility to practice cultural sensitivity and seek information regarding diverse and cultural issues by working with group members and actively seeking outside sources (Thomas & Pander, 2008).
Also, I realized that I should start living in the moment, and try to be kinder to others. I believe the rite of passage I experienced was very important because it led me to try to live my life as a better person. Rites of passages are extremely important in developing someone into a better person because they gain much knowledge from their experience. Rites of passage is also important because it is crucial to our development as human beings. These moments have a huge impact on who we become, and they shape us into the people we are today.
The key competency that I have is my ability to care because I genuinely care about how a person feels and who they are as an individual. Not only being a recreational therapy major have I grown as an individual in this characteristic but, also working in residence life as a community assistant here at Slippery Rock have grew as a person. I learned the value of these characteristics because just like how in the professional field you have clients/ residents and I already have to learn how to build this kind of relationship with my residents. I have to build this relationship so that they feel comfortable in their living environment.
Psychotherapy theories provide a framework for therapists and counselors to interpret a client’s behavior, thoughts, and feelings and help them navigate a client’s journey from diagnosis to post-treatment. Theoretical approaches are an understandably integral part of the therapeutic process. As an upcoming vocational rehabilitation counselor I found myself pondering with so many different methods out there, how do you know which counseling approach works best for each client. Actually I found myself using a holistic approach various elements of different theories. In becoming a vocational rehabilitation counselor, I would like to be skilled in using the techniques and psychotherapy tools best suited for each particular client.
Lastly, I am most like Ralph because I like to be in charge. I like to be in charge, not only because people will listen to me but because I can make the rules. Ralph is in charge in the book because he is the leader of the biguns and littluns. Ralph also likes being in charge because he doesn 't want their chance of survival to decrease and he only wants them to have a good outcome. I like being in charge because I am also someone who likes for other people to have good outcome and I want to help ensure that they are going to have a good outcome in the end Hudson 3 after all.
I plan on accomplishing this by focusing not on differences but instead on similarities. When we focus on differences we are placing divisions amongst ourselves. Personally, I wish to grow as a person by becoming more empathetic and caring towards people and their needs. To further develop my effective listening skills so that I really and truly hear my clients so they feel validated as individuals and are motivated to change.
No longer do I see the purpose of my research to only be to provide ways to enhance learning outcomes. I feel that my personal purpose now includes a mission that is to preserve and document the stories and experiences of our era. This excites me as my field has become much more useful to a wider audience, as even out of date research becomes valuable as it is preserved to give insight into the historical