The supervisor I interviewed was a lady named Angee Tuggle. She is the clinical director at The Counseling Center. This clinician asked her ten questions. Question one was Where did she attend undergrad and grad school? She graduated from Shawnee State university in a Bachelor’s of Arts in Social Sciences and received her Maters at Marshall University in Counseling. The second questioned asked was how long she has been a clinical supervisor? She has been a supervisor for fourteen years. Question number three was her personal theory in clinical supervision. She discussed how she does not use just one theory of clinical supervision. The next question was what is the model of supervision that you identify with or use? She discussed how she provides …show more content…
She makes sure she is specific on what the clinician has done correct. She also introduces her clinicians to services the company provides through job shadowing. She believes in written supervision so there is no miscommunication and the employee understand what was discussed. The next question was about what clinical consultation means to her and she said “Clinical case consultation, to me, would be the staffing of a clinical case to discuss diagnostic criteria and modalities of treatment (A. Tuggle, personal communication, December 2, 2015).” The next question was about clinical consultation and she said she does not have one theory to clinical consultation. Another question I asked was what model of clinical consultation do you use or identify with in your supervisory experience and she responded with the same answer as “clinical case consultation, to me, would be the staffing of a clinical case to discuss diagnostic criteria and modalities of treatment (A. Tuggle, personal communication, December 2, 2015).” The last three questions is about emergency management system (EMS). Her response was that agencies need EMS to ensure the safety of clients and staff. She described it as a roadmap for everyone to follow to ensure safety and health of everyone in the
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Are met by professionals, because due to their illness they are experiencing changes and therefore the relevant staff will be able to help with the specific care that they need for their specific needs. This will help professionals to be able to support the client in the best possible way that will benefit them overall when receiving their care
I took the Kaplan Integrated test for NUB 440(Medical Surgical) and these were the remediation topics that emerged from the questions I answered incorrectly: multiple sclerosis, lidocaine, peritoneal dialysis, Parkinson’s disease, hip fracture, pneumothorax, prednisone, type 2 diabetes, detached retina, buck’s traction, closed head injury, transesophageal echocardiogram, benign prostatic hypertrophy, cystic fibrosis, glomerulonephritis, cardiac dysrhythmias, thyroidectomy, pressure ulcer, intracranial tumor, cataracts, hepatitis A, stroke, epilepsy, somogyi effect, pancreatitis, meningitis. During my review and analysis, I discovered that I changed 6 incorrect answers to correct answer which was to my advantage. In addition, I changed 1 correct
My name is Ranee Xiong, and I am a Junior at the University of Minnesota, Morris. I am a Human Services major with a Sociology minor. For my final paper for this year, I have to interview a person within this field, and I am wondering if I could interview you for my final paper. Like you, I want to become a school counselor, so I thought it would be great to interview someone who is in the field that I want to be in.
As a managed care organization manager, over a team working in the case management setting, communication is paramount. Case managers have a very challenging role. Not only are they responsible for being a patient advocate; but, they also have fiduciary responsibilities to the organization. The case manager is to ensure that patients’ needs are met, while at the same time, ensuring utilization of resources to meet those needs are the most cost effective. In order to perform this dual role, the case manager must possess sharp skills in communication.
Final Self-Assessment During the FNP III rotation, the student has seen many patients who have complex chronic illnesses than other two rotations that she completed for the FNP I and FNP II courses. The student had many opportunities to independently interview and exam the patients, then come up with differential diagnoses and treatment plan based on the pertinent and impertinent information and evidence-based practice. The preceptor, Dr. Jeanne-Elyse Cedeno, a medical physician/owner of the clinical site, always encouraged the student to think as a primary care provider in many ways. In this paper, the student is going to discuss the progress of the eight objectives (see Appendix A for details), discuss her personal growth and development in the nurse practitioner role, provide the information on what she learned in the clinical that will be valuable to her future practice, and describe any missed opportunities that she did not get out of this experiences as expected, discuss for areas of improvement in the future clinical rotation, and the summarize the final evaluation with her preceptor.
It centralises problem identification, plan development, and brokerage to services that enable the resolution or aid the client in solving said life complications. Although one of the first models to emerge, the broker model, views the manager as the client’s advocate, taking accountability for interrelating between assorted services and continuous care observation. The assumption that as the case manager acts as a ‘broker,’ there is no clinical skill prerequisite, but rather the pairing ability of available resources (Mueser, Bond, Drake, & Resnick,
She brought up a very important point of “place at the table”, by asking the question of; “What difference does it make if you have a place at the table and act like everyone else? Everyone was advised to always bring their personal experiences to their current situation to be able to solve matters at hand. This concept is very important as things change every day. She made mention of the fact that talking about a place at the table is talking about being empowered, and being empowered, depends on the individual’s believe in having something to offer which is a choice we have to
The counselor I plan to interview for my final project is Ms. T, a Mental health counselor in Virginia. Relevant Information Ms. T Is a Licensed Professional counselor, with a Master’s degree in Arts. Specialties in which Ms. T treats includes: Trauma and PTSD, Anxiety, Marital and Premarital issues. In addition to her specialties, she also treats addiction, Borderline personality, Codependency, Coping skills, depression, divorce, sexual abuse suicidal ideation and Women’s issues (smith,2015n.d.). Ms. T also counsels adolescents from ages 14 to 19 and adults.
Overview The case study was about Mr. Kirby, a seventy-two year old widow male with type 2 diabetes who wife died a couple of months ago, and has been living by himself. He has become dependent, and struggles with his self-caring needs. He had a stroke and it resulted in a left-sided weakness. He fell a couple of months ago and fractured his arm bone, which was repaired and he was discharged home.
QUESTION TWO: Discuss how your life experiences have shaped you for a career in counseling. How have your personal experiences prepared you to deal with human and social problems? What has been the contribution of your family and your friends to your experiences? How do your personal values relate to the values of the profession of Clinical Mental Health Counseling?
For this assessment, I will be reflecting on what clinical governance looks like in my workplace, with a critique of the framework used within the organization. During the reflection I will discuss what pillars and principles were found, while describing my fellow team members’ understanding of clinical governance and how it is reflected in their practice. Finding the clinical governance framework for my workplace was challenging and time consuming without computer access in place of hard copy policy and procedure manuals. I found clinical governance summerised through the manuals, ensuring compliance of the 44 accreditation standards (Australian Aged Care Quality Agency, 2014) but as Knight, Kenny and Endacott (2015) discuss, while the concept is accepted, there is a gap between theory and practice, which is visual where I work. Pillars and principles such as risk management, efficiency, effectiveness, patient centric and equity are seen throughout the policies, and to analyse more specifically, clinical governance is articulated under categories, consisting of “education and training, clinical audit, clinical effectiveness, research and development and role clarity” (Davies, Chapman & Boyd, 2015 p.45).
One of the advice she constantly was recommending me was to get my master degree because she though it would help me get more opportunities in the field of social work. A similar connection I thought about while hearing her speak was that as well as me she wanted to be in a field where she could help people, but she though nursing was not for her, so she decide to go into social work. At the end of the interview I thought that I did learn more about social workers who work in a nursing
The faculty member I interview was Mary Menninger-Corder, a nursing professor. Mary was born and raised in California. She studied History at Berkeley University, then came to Washburn University in August of 1976. She started studying Nursing because they had an accelerated program for that. She then moved to New York City, and worked at the 1800 Bin hospital for awhile, then she moved back to Topeka, KS to find her job.
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.