The first one is the fact that people cannot be think as separate from their relationships. Since relationships are one of the core factors in our life, it would be inevitable to be effected by them in different ways. The way we chose to deal with these relationships may be maladaptive and we need to learn a better way of dealing. PIT enables the therapist and patient to work on the present feelings and thoughts, which may arise in current therapeutic relationship. Even if these feelings and thoughts appears in the therapy sessions, they are also patterns of thinking and feeling in real life settings.
Therapeutic privilege is the idea that if the health care provider discloses information to a patient it may harm them more than help them. The concept of therapeutic privilege is tricky because it must be well documented that omitting the information is in the patient’s best interest. Also, in most cases, therapeutic privilege does not completely overrule informed consent. The health care provider must provide any information to the patient that they judge not to cause harm to the patient. For example, they may not disclose the diagnosis immediately but may explain and gain consent for the preferred treatment option.
This information must be passed on to the relevant member of staff and they will then inform the parents/careers and any outside agencies such as social services and the police, so that they can investigate and keep the child safe from harm. Although confidentiality is important there are times when it is in the best interest of the child to disclose this information. Failing to do this will only harm the child/young person if the allegation is correct because the abuse or neglect will continue. If a child/young person or adult is taken ill and needs urgent medical treatment, then information must be given to the medical staff in case they have any medical history or have any allergies and also to contact their next of
SPORT RISK MANAGEMENT AND ITS EFFECTS ON UniSZA ATHLECTS PERFORMANCE Abstract The process of risk management can be implemented as part of a best practice management system within the sport organization and sport sector. The process enables risk factors that might lead to injuries to be identified and the levels of risk associated with activities to be estimated and evaluated. This information can be utilized proactively by sports governing bodies and participants to identify preventive and therapeutic interventions in order to reduce the frequency of occurrence and/or severity of injuries within their sports. The acceptability of risk within specific sports, however, is dependent on the perceptions of the participants involved to sport activities.
Spanking can be effective when a child is not listening to a parent. If a child isn’t following proper rules and disregarding their parents’ statement, then a spanking can enforce a form of respect that the child has to follow (Jasmine, 2015). It can be an awakening to reality as the child could now think of how their actions are deviant. Parents that don’t resolve to spanking as the first and only method of discipline is essential for both the parents and the child. I believe a parent should always try to enforce rules by talking and showing examples of how deviant actions are frowned upon.
An individual might not want to get undressed in front of a social care worker as they might be hiding bruises. The hygiene education is very important during how a child is raised and influence the way a child will care about the own personal hygiene for a lifetime.
Causes of child neglect vary, and we have to remember that just because a family is poor doesn’t mean that they are neglectful, so basically before a professional can say that a child is being neglected caution must be exercised, and they must watch for the
The reason for this is that ‘wrong’ is like pain, alerting the individual to the need for intervention or correction. Like pain, being ‘wrong’ indicates a necessity for an appropriate ‘cure’. Learning is the continuum of two poles, which Piaget (18) and other child experts have pointed out, is often related to a transition from concrete to abstract thinking and proceeds through trial - and - error method, rather than through a child instantly knowing what is ‘right’. The child, who developmentally, has not learned how to look at a problem from various viewpoints, is unlikely to have ready useful referents internalised in his mental schema to make him ready for instant ‘right’ comprehension; a comprehension based very often on teacher expectations,
However, there are some limitations and the result is not always be true. This statement is based on an assumption that parents can distinguish the right from wrong. Therefore, they can teach children discipline through administering punishment and setting strict rules. Parents can only use corporal punishment as means of discipline but not a way to release anger. Moreover, the article assumes that children are obedient to their parents.
“The idea of screening therefore is to prevent, not to cure” (Durojaiye, 2016). In the long run, when doing mental health screenings, they are testing so that mental illnesses can be caught before harm is done to students. Kids take screenings to heart and feel that it’s the end of the world to have a screening done. This can connect back to the paragraph about when it states “I have witnessed from my own screenings that it embarrass kids and teens that may have an illness” (Diller, 2016). Embarrassing and feeling less about themselves go hand in hand as it makes a person feel the same, or less about themselves and the common goal is to improve their