This is the way it should be in society as well but even laws are bypassed by the government this is not enough to changed societies view on gender roles (De Matos Ala, 2012). This paper has examined the negative and positive impacts of gender inequality within the Cape Coloured culture. Based on what has been discussed we can clearly see there is more gender inequality in my culture than there is equality. The fact that there is some equality in the Cape Coloured culture shows that it is developing and that sometime in the future gender inequality might be eradicated all together as women are becoming more independent and are close to being seen as equal to
Cognitive therapy assumes that the individual is largely responsible for his/her own fate; this individualistic outlook may clash with collectivistic values that some cultures might have (Jackson, Schumacher, Wenzel, & Tyler, 2006). Many cultures in South Africa also have collectivistic values (Murdock, 2013). The relative neglect of environmental factors and influences in cognitive theory may be problematic when working with culturally and individually diverse individuals (Murdock, 2013). People who have experienced prejudice, discrimination, and oppression might have more difficulty locating the sources of their discomfort solely in their cognitive processes (Murdock, 2013).
A therapist plays a passive but very important role in order to make the therapy work. The therapist needs to see that the therapy goes in the correct direction and that the client can achieve the goals easily, effectively and in a way that gives the client maximum benefit. While active listening is one of the most vital practices in a client-centered therapy, there are many roles and suggestions for client-centered therapists that they should keep in mind to facilitate successful therapy sessions. Following are some definite roles that a therapist must carry out:- • Genuine empathy – This refers to the therapist’s ability to see and understand issues and situations from the client’s perspective. When the therapist is able to show an empathetic understanding of what the client is experiencing, it helps the client have a better inner understanding as well.
Culturally competent service providers are aware of how their own cultural backgrounds, experiences, attitudes, values, and biases influence psychological processes. Although cultural competence is presented as a progressive and positive force for the challenge racism and discrimination There are a few obstacles that make it difficult to implement and in fact, achieved for the social worker and employers. Critique of cultural competence Critiqued that cultural competence for being unreachable. Critiqued that Could be privileging group characteristics over individuality – opens for stereotyping.
The most topic I like it is listening . In fact , the listening is important skills that can improve our self and to be successful in our life . There are many benefits of effective listening. Listening contributes of case analysis and strategy . Also helps to avoid nasty surprises later .
Emotional intelligence is the ability of an individual to manage their feelings so that it is expressed appropriately and effectively, enabling people to work together efficiently toward their common goals. Individuals who understand and apply emotional intelligence will definitely enjoy success in their workplace, regardless of the specific career or field (Goleman, 1998). In the context of pharmacy practice, emotional intelligence is important because it further strengthens relationship ties between colleagues, physicians, and also patients or customers. By having better understanding and managing our own emotions, we can communicate better because our feelings are in a more positive way (Lust et al., 2006). Thus, I will be able to understand
Ideally, dependent on the individual some perceive stress as motivation to better improve themselves (Schiffrin & Nelson, 2010). Therefore, by solving my problem (adapting my environment) I in fact improved myself as an individual. Furthermore, by doing so I have unintentionally prepared myself to approach the next stressful situation with more ease (Schiffrin & Nelson, 2010, Zu et al., 2017). Another significant positive outcome could be improved mental and physical health. As demonstrated above, but challenging my perception of the situation and by successful solving and working through the stressful situation I am improving my mental health as well as preparing it for future stressful situations (Schriffin & Nelson, 2010).
For communicating in this situation I should promote active listening and open questioning. This should help me to find out as much information as possible which should lead to a more thorough conclusion. Also clear and concise interaction with other professionals like the multi-disciplinary team is highly important. To solve a lot of problems that may arise when caring I will need to show assertiveness and good advocacy skills.
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Although I tend to do this naturally, I will be far more aware of opportunities to give validation with my new-found knowledge and believe the act of doing so is beneficial for both parties involved. Conclusion The knowledge I have gained from researching the skills used in effective communication, coupled with critical analysis of my own interaction with Ben has improved my communication skills considerably. I believe the act of building rapport using varying techniques should be the principle focus of the health professional during their interactions.
Sheila, Julie, Krystle, and Zaid, Interesting discussion about Culture and treatment, I agree that with some cultures it’s shameful for them to seek help outside a family member or someone from that same culture. A traumatic event is not an isolated event perceived equally by those who experience it. Rather, cultural values play an important role in making sense of a trauma within a particular cultural context.
There are many benefits to the Insite program but I believe that the rehabilitation that is provided, is the most significant in terms of improving the lives of people with addiction. The reason that I think this is the most important is that it is the first step on the road to recovery. At Insite they provide support given by former addicts which is beneficial. This is important for people with addictions, because they will be able to connect with individuals who have struggled with similar issues.
This relationship is of strong value for the client as well as the treatment process (Austin, 2002, pp. 116-117). With this relationship it helps the client gain self-worth and shows what their true abilities in life truly are. This relationship
BENEFITS While hesitancy accompanies the very idea of seeking professional therapy, the truth is that strength and courage are required to face your struggles head-on. And, wisdom states that seeking help to do so is beneficial. Psychological Treatment Seeing a psychologist offers many benefits in terms of a healthier, happier life. No matter the school of thought or therapeutic technique, several positive results come from talking with a therapist.
Auguletto, Darius CRN #81437 Arguing: A Healthy Communicative Tool One of the many factors of a healthy relationship is how we effectively communicate with one another. Arguments, for example, are emotionally charged exchanges that can very quickly bring negative results to a relationship. However, when supportive and positive communication is used, arguments can contribute positively to a relationship. Arguments can help build upon and strengthen our relationships with our partner, family, friends and colleagues on many levels.