From the ideas and techniques that Mrs. Perez used, I realized how these interviews could be helpful if utilized and applied in the proper way. To me, this assignment was the best and it helped me further my development and growth as a future mental health counselor. The most interesting and educative aspect of this interview was how Mrs. Perez applied most of the counseling techniques, such motivational stage that we have been taught in class. Aspects such as paraphrasing the words of your clients, tone, and facial expressions are critical in a counseling session and students always overlook these techniques. The way Mrs. Perez employed according to her explanation was excellent and her ideas justified the importance of such points in any counseling session.
That made a difference. As mentioned by Gorman (2008), nurse responds accurately and with empathy to patient. Therefore, all nursing activities such as medication administration, wound dressing changes went smoothly. Therefore, this Patient was satisfied, became less anxious and more
Responsive Government: During this evaluation period, Desiree responded timely to all of her assigned Cherwell Tickets. Desiree is a very independent worker and creates solutions to problems on her own. As a new Program Specialist she has gone through extensive training and Desiree has also assisted others in the unit as well with her second language in Spanish. Desiree continues to grow in Program Eligibility and system knowledge every single day. 4.
We had open communication by letting her have input on her goals and professional development plan. I think that all parts of the competency2.7 was
Organizational Analysis An organizational analysis is a critical component in identifying problems or insufficiencies a business or organization may have. The organization’s culture, mission, values, and beliefs are evaluated. By performing an organizational analysis, one may be able to strategically develop a plan to correct issues. This paper will discuss healthcare systems as complex adaptive systems (CAS), evaluate Baptist Health System (BHS) as an organization, and explore BHS’s readiness for change.
Invitation skills include good eye contact, soft smiles, and appearing open to the client. I notice also that in one of my triads, the counselor assigned the client a homework assignment. This is considered a goal setting skill. I will be working on that because it is an excellent idea to keep the client thinking about what they need to do to improve. In all of my triads, we were all motivational and helpful to one another.
I don 't mind being corrected and enjoyed being able to comprehend how the world works a little more each day. A big part about being a good student is having good teachers and I 'm glad I can see my teachers are great. daughter – I love my parents with all my heart and I 'm so grateful for everything you do for me. One with think them is by being a good daughter. Doing chores without being asked, follow the rules, and being respectful.
Ms. Brown and I discussed how passionate we are towards the children and how we got involved with wanting to help them which I felt that was the main reason as to why the interview went very smoothly with her, and her wonderful personality. I really enjoyed my interview with Ms. Brown and I would definitely do it again in the near future. She helped make my interview a wonderful, stress free
I believe that if a therapist was supposed to come and help my family with whatever problem there is, it will be successful. In the book, it states that relatively recent research related to common factors that cut across approaches focuses on how effective therapists bring "successful" models to life( blow et al 2007 pg341). I feel as though in most cases that is true. The therapist is most effective when among other behaviors they are able to build an alliance and engage with clients, great sense of hope, which I feel as that every individual or family needs, and the expectation of positive outcome. This motivate one another to have a better behavior, which will be
Portfolio Part B: Reflection on the overall learning within the module Prior to starting this course the MA Social Work course and the PPSWP module I felt very confident in the aspects of communicating effectively and working with a diverse range of people, and after the reading the professional capabilities framework I believe that I hold the same personal values which is expected of a social worker. The PCF6 talks about the importance of critical reflection and reflective practice explaining that it helps improve accountability, professional development and helps to you understand your own tacit knowledge and gain new knowledge, which improves outcomes and experiences for social workers. (Capabilities within the PCF, 2016) For this reflection
She replied, “it is important to plan of having a keynote speaker, and make sure it 's a very motivated person, and ensure that there is an inviting environment, one which would encourage a culture of psychological safety, and equal say.” (J. Massengale, Personal Communication, April 13, 2017). Dr. Massegale believes in a team approach and felt that open communication is the key. She also advises to celebrate successes, for example, she was very satisfied with the turn out of the strategic planning day. The team celebrated the fact that they were able to discover new goals and new strategies on how to improve the nursing vision and mission.
I was graced with a fantastic group of teammates, which furthered my interest in the course. Having the support of my groupmates made it easy to accomplish my academic, personal, and professional goals. My progress was smooth also due to having instructors that I felt comfortable engaging with questions. Overall this class facilitated my growth like clockwork. If I could give one piece of advice to future students, it would be to dive in head first.
She insisted that being very organized is key to having a good classroom experience. She also mentioned to make sure to remain emotionally stable during class time, because the students feed on how their teachers feel, and will react to it. –“So to have a good day, show up happy, leave your personal worries at home because they will take the opportunity to push your buttons.” During the time I observed Ms. Linfield teach her students, she definitely gave out the feeling of self-assurance.
For instance, Thai yoga or Pilates training, strength training using kettle bells, as well as her continued support on an outpatient basis through lifestyle and nutrition coaching as well as wellness consultations. It figures that Wendel speaks of her passion for physical therapy and the rewarding change she sees in the lives of her patients through her therapy and coaching. A motivating factor for me in becoming a physical therapist is the satisfaction I know I will receive from helping people recover and watching them improve over time through my therapy and guidance. Ann Wendel’s practice Prana Physical Therapy is one example of how successful physical therapy can have a profound impact on the daily lives of patients and offer the rewarding career I am looking for, and her interview makes me more likely to pursue the career as Wendel talks about her
The mutual respect and camaraderie shown set the tone for Pam to share very personal and revealing experiences of what it has been like dealing with Arthrogryposis her entire life. The opportunity to see Professor Duponte in therapeutic mode was inspiring. While appearing completely casual and at ease she steered the interview with a deft hand to more and more revealing topics in a way that showed her skill at gathering highly sensitive information while maintaining the client’s confidentiality and dignity. The session left me humbled and emotionally drained. The professionalism and empathy shown by our Professor Duponte and the spiritual strength and courage demonstrated by Pam made me both motivated to learn the OT process and figure out how to shield my empathic senses just a bit