Educators must question themselves on their personal interests re this vocation in regards to having any adverse influence in the performance of their public duty. The principles of procedural fairness must be applied, particularly employing the “rule against bias”, were the grounds of this rule acknowledges that even though an unbiased decision had been arrived at, the suspicion alone connected to this scenario will taint the notion of impartiality (Code of Conduct, 2016, p.46). The initial steps in proceeding to deal with this dilemma is to report this conundrum to your supervisor were correct procedural steps may be taken to uphold the integrity of both school and educator. A possible solution would be to organize that the student fall under the care of an alternative tutor, not connected with the school in question. However, if that does not come to fruition, the most feasible course would be to consult the parents of the students in question and explain the scenarios and options available, as well as outlining the policies of the school and the issues that are in question.
Had she dealt with transference this could have been a way to use it to her advantage to help Sarah in the therapeutic process. Psychotherapist should outline for both children and parents the limit that exist on confidentiality when treating minors. They should contract with the parents to protect the privacy of their minor child in a way that fulfill the parent need to understand what is generally going on in treatment without violating the minor confidentiality rights (Younggren and Harris (2005 p. 598) Had Jamie done this it would have been clear to the parent and the child the issue of confidentiality and its exceptions. The exceptions should have been clearly explained to both.
Gress’s statement. Utilizing the principle of nonmaleficence, it is clear that not telling the patient may present itself to be harmful to them as it denies them full disclosure of their health status, even if what their doctor relays is not the best news or was not acquired at the request of the patient. Thus, if Dr. Gress informed his patients that they had the APOe gene, they would know their future health risks and could prepare for them should the test results actualize one day. Also, if the patient chooses to reproduce they will be able to inform their children that they might be at risk as well. Instead of withholding serious information from these patients, Dr. Gress should have helped provide them with the resources they needed to change their life in a way that proved most beneficial to those who may develop Alzheimer’s and refer them to others who could help them deal with this new information throughout their lives.
Respecting autonomy means respecting the individuals capacity to make decisions consistent with the patient’s own personal desires or life plans. The British Medical Association (2007) states that these are decisions with which others may not agree with. If a patient is requesting or seeking support in carrying out assisted suicide it poses a challenge for the nurse to seek the underlying reasons for the request. Likewise, Carr and Mohr (2008) concurs with the British Medical Association (2007) and also expresses concern with regard to patients having powerful feelings of depression or isolation, pain or suffering or feel a sense of burden on their families. Better symptom management and palliative care, appropriate referrals to counsellors and hospices and increased knowledge about the right of a competent adult to refuse treatment even if the refusal will hasten death may provide satisfactory alternative to assisted suicide.
If you suspect abuse you must record what has lead to this suspicion, find out any information you can in order to help determine if this is the truth, you must inform other carers, your manager, the individuals care manager and the relevant authorities to ensure that this suspicion to be investigated as soon as possible. For example, an individual I care for with learning disabilities and epilepsy made a phone call to the organisation I work in around 10pm and informed me that she was going out, as it is her right to chose when and where she goes I could not tell her she could not do so, instead I asked where she was going, she informed me she was going to a party at a friends house, I then tried to obtain information about where her friends
Changes have to be made for the future, police that is handling cases such as intimate violence should have a prompt response. The restraining order wouldn’t do any good if it isn’t enforced, the perpetrator should be return to police custody to guarantee the safety of the victim. Compensation can be used as a tool to discourage offenders from committing acts. Families and victims should be compensated for the grief that they were put through and the losses they may have had (Fattah & Peters,
QP engaged Maunica in participating in a CBT activity geared towards cognitive restructuring. QP explained to Maunica that the activity teach her about the A-B-C-D model, thought stopping, and alternative of A-B-C-D model. QP explained to Maunica what the A-B-C-D model is and explained what each letter stands for. QP asked Maunica to list some of her irrational beliefs. QP asked Maunica to explain how she would dispute her beliefs.
D is the application of methods to help me challenge my illogical beliefs: detecting, debating, and discriminating. Eventually I will arrive at E, an effective philosophy. If I am successful in doing this, I will also create F, a new set of feelings (Ellis, 1994, 1996 as cited in Corey, 2013). Moreover, in order to better resolve this concern, another main methods that I’m going to use are cognitive, emotive and behavioral techniques. For cognitive techniques, I will use these following techniques: disputing irrational beliefs (identify and challenge unhelpful thoughts in a practical way e.g. challenging the likelihood and consequence of the feared event using questions like “How certain am I that I’d do something stupid?”), doing cognitive homework (make lists of my problems, look for their irrational beliefs, and dispute these beliefs) and changing one’s language (“musts,” “oughts,” and “shoulds” can be replaced by preferences).
When considering the detrimental effects of child abuse, it is imperative to realize that alleviating the worldwide problem of it comes down to more than just addressing behavioral defects on the parent’s part. As stated by Kristen Slack, a professor in social work, “poverty and economic hardship need to be systematically considered in our efforts to prevent maltreatment or lesson it’s consequences. For some families, economic support can make a meaningful difference in whether children experience harm” (“Influence of Poverty on Child Abuse”). Taking this research into consideration, the prevention of child abuse requires acknowledging outside factors affecting homes globally like poverty. The current approaches on child abuse, while effective,
Overhearing Joanie expressing to Isadora that she could not help but be in the manner she treats me, soon after being told she will no longer be allowed to continue with her hostile behaviors, drove me to seek higher aid in resolving this matter, if it be with a change in behavior for me or for the others. These matters can easily turn into legal issues if not handled properly. I would love to have this corrected in-house before another reoccurrence, which would force me to seek professional advice on my next plan of action. Joanie 's statement " I can 't help it" informs me that the hostile behavior towards me is not of my doing. with that being said, I believe its time to start approaching each other in a respectfully and mature manner.