By establishing a worker/client relationship, this will provide Laura with a secure base to operate from in the future. She will be able to confidently explore her historical, current, and future relationship with her mother knowing that she can receive comfort and reassurance from me, her social worker. Once she recognizes this secure base, I will assist her in discovering how she currently handles her relationship with her mother. During this relational discovery process with her mother, I will also allow her to explore her relationship with me, showing Laura how her previous ways of dealing with others could be positively changed through the change of her various internal behavioral models. Through this social worker and client relationship exploration, Laura will discover how her current perceptions of her mother are connected to expectations from their relationship when she was a child, providing her the opportunity to view the current relationship differently.
What can we do to fix foster care and what can we do to make foster care easier in the world? What can we teach children that are in the foster care system before they age out? a. Foster parents can have an impact on the lives of a foster child by giving them a safe place to stay where they can feel loved and cared for. Foster parents can also provide the love and support that these children need especially if they came from an abused or neglected home.
Theoretical significance of this study, the results and finding of this study provides important contribution to support the theories which are used in this research. It adds empirical evidence to the theorize role of mothers and fathers in parenting. For parents, this study will help give a better perspective the difficulty of child-rearing to solo parents. For children of solo parents, this study will help in understanding the roles that sole parents play in order to raise their children. For Psychology practitioners, this will help widen the scope of ideas and knowledge with regards on how sole parents adapt on additional roles as a parent in the absence of their partners which may also help in the practice and in understanding human behavior.
Arranging the social work rehearses for kids of divorced parents and separating parents can give the better outcomes (Johnson, 2013). Diverse sorts of social organizations ought to be made that should address the issue of negative impacts of divorce on children with the goal that the level of mindfulness moves toward becoming increment out in the open about this issue. Alongside tending to this issue at various social forums by social organizations, the social organizations should work for the improvement of centers where children of divorced parents can take in the approaches to balance out their life and to defeat the negative parts of divorce. Besides this, these centers can likewise be a state of social occasion for populace of divorced parents where they can examine their problems and thoughts with different parents. This will build the knowledge of divorced parents about the impacts of divorce on their kids (Benedek and Brown, 2001).
Foster Care System Downfalls: The foster care system is setup to provide needs and protect children who have been neglected or abused. The main goal of the system is to take the children out of dangerous homes, and relocate them to a safe home, and to hopefully reunite the children with their biological families. While they are in foster care, their life should be greatly improved. Help should be given to those who are struggling with mental and emotional disabilities. Life skills should be taught to the children in preparation for the future.
Both theories focus on the family as a unit and how their influence contributes to the success of the individual. By using these theories when working with the family will help everyone to be a support system for the other which aids in coping with their current changes. The difference between the both will complement the nursing process as it helps to give a full evaluation of the nursing unit. Focusing on the strength of the family stress theory will “analysis how families experience and cope with stressful events [where as the transition theory will help the nurse to] understand and predict the transitions families experience over time by combining role theory, family development theory and life course theory” (Kaakinen, 2015, p.70). Family
However, I will then argue the utilitarian position is more persuasive. Finally I will give my personal opinion about why I value independence. The utilitarian advises parents to follow the principle of utility. For this case, the principle of utility says parents should optimize their children’s wellbeing. (Shafer-Landau, 119) Utilitarians would acknowledge the parents’ concerns that the disabled children may be harmed.
(SUCG). The aim of this reflective account is to reflect back on an interview intervention with a member of the service user carer group, who was seeking respite care for her son with special needs ad autism. Reflection is important because it leads to better social work practice and it enhances professional development (Maclean, 2010). Reflection also allows me an opportunity to question my learning and developing it further (Maclean, 2010) so that it will help with future practice. Although the definition of relationship-based practice cannot be easily explained, Hollis (1964) simplifies it as “closely related to and builds in psychosocial approaches to practice and the psychodynamically informed case-work tradition.” Furthermore, two communication skills that I demonstrated during the intervention; empathy and listening skills, will be evaluated.
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.
First they empowered parents to become their own advocates and to advocate for others by creating and funding grassroots organizations that taught parents about their rights and trained. Second, CWF needed to change how the public viewed parents with a child welfare history through the creation and funding child-welfare focused publications and merit awards that challenged conventional portrayals of abusive and neglectful parents. Third, CWF attempted to show, through placement of parent advocates in government and nonprofit child welfare agencies, that inclusion of parents in the child welfare system could benefit families and improve service