The responsivity principle states that clinicians should tailor treatment delivery that will produce the most effective outcomes depending on unique needs of the client. It is important that the therapist considers each offender individually and adequately assesses their cultural, mental, and physical needs. There are several advantages (pros) and a couple disadvantages (cons) to the therapeutic approach of the RNR model. The pros of this model are that treatment intensity is matched with individual risk level, dynamic issues that are directly linked with crime, and that specific treatment is tailored to individual offenders. By matching treatment intensity to risk level, offenders receive treatment that will be most effective in meeting their therapy needs.
Because delusions can be experienced by individuals with PTSD, additional screens may be helpful in Ms. Tyler’s case. The Childhood Family Functioning Scale is an assessment that measures the quality of relationships in family. This screen also evaluates the communication between relationship with family members, the health or state of relationship, as well as determining any conflicts between relationships. In addition to the Family Functioning Scale, the PTSD Checklist (PCL) will also be a reliable tool determine DSM-4 symptoms of PTSD such as avoidance, arousal, impairment in functioning, and
Parents and family members with a child of any age would also benefit from the information delivered in this speech although older children may not receive such impactful results. Significance: This speech is relevant to my audience because the impact of such a significant diagnosis is a life changing and emotional event for families and the need for direction and guidance at such a critical time in their child’s life is essential. My audience should understand that providing their child with early intervention therapy will impact their child’s life indefinitely. I. Introduction a.
I understand now how the developmental theories can introduce a clear understanding about the case conceptualization not only for the children, but also for the adults and the children 's future as well. As Adler-Tapia, R. (2012) stated that “The studies included here are about the overwhelming evidence that the earliest relationship not only has significant impact on the child health and development, but even the quality of the individuals future relationship” (p.39). As a future therapist, I need to look carefully to the child 's parent attachment dynamic to understand the child suffers and gain more information about the child which it could lead me to choose the right intervention. As Adler-Tapia, R. (2012) stated that “In psychotherapy, it is important for the therapist to assess the quality of the child 's attachment with parent. The parent 's attachment and trauma history will provide a great deal of information about the relationship between parent and child” (p. 49).
Members of the treatment centre do not only have trouble with substance abuse but may have another problem along with it such as depression. Due to this, the therapeutic community model is the main model used because it is holistic. This model is also the main model used because the program not only focuses on helping individuals recover from substance abuse but also help them be able to become employed or go back to school when they set back out into the world. According to Mr. Jurawan, the centre wants to ensure individuals are able to get back up on their feet and have a better life. Evaluate the usefulness of the model(s) at the treatment center.
Becoming a Crisis Intervention Counselor Crisis Intervention Counseling is a job that supports those who have fought through Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or is going through a stage of mental health crisis. They require multiple skills and need a lot of education. Crisis intervention counselors have the benefits and the drawbacks. One of the key factors to becoming a Crisis Intervention Counselor is that you need to have a great strength in being non reactive to any case that you approach. You are required to have high strengths in self awareness, nonjudgmental, nonreactive, tolerant, supportiveness, high tolerance level,.
Thus, family strains strongly affect their violent and delinquent behaviors. This study tends to suggest that policy makers may give importance to prevent delinquency in the society. We firmly believe that our findings are a great help as our guide in understanding deviance and delinquency of adolescence. Suggesting that, they may establish programs to help parents and adolescents control strains and improve their lives. These programs may include seminars for parental discipline and guidance, youth advocates and counseling, and more free tertiary education sponsored by
Each study brought up a cause an effect for the child and the mother. With all of this data, it would be beneficial to inform the mothers of their high risk and how there are ways to prevent this and help have fully healthy children that fall into the correct percentile. With the data that is also collected more studies could be conducted in order to help anyone understand exactly they are looking at and how to maybe help the mothers exactly what is going with their bodies during the
Resilience is very imperative for children to possess or adopt. It strengthens their spirit to conquer the difficult situations in life where most of them fail. Children should be helped in overcoming the difficulties not only in their academics and their relationship with their peers but in relationships with themselves as well. The normal psychological functioning of children who are not guided to cope with stress may be adversely affected. Developing resilience is necessary that parents, care givers and other adults need to fulfill it as part of their role in the lives of children (Miles,
A strong bonding is necessary to succeed in counselling people who are struggling with their lives in forming relationships. Building a therapeutic rapport is an important part of a successful relationship between a client and a therapist to make the client comfortable and relaxed. The professions where interacting with the community is the main job, having the skill to build therapeutic relationships is important. The uniqueness of this relationship can have either positive or negative effects based on the way the therapist tried to build a relationship with their client. Positive relationships can be valuable to clients who are struggling to form relationships due to a trauma that has a major impact on their lives.