I value personal relationships and helping everyone that I can. My personal qualities, experiences, and values relate to the Henrietta Schmoll School of Health Mission because I am an individual who knows the importance of relationships. The nature and quality of relationships are critical to the healthcare field and to the Occupational Therapy profession. From my volunteer and work experiences, I have been able to see the importance of the formation and maintenance of genuine relationships in the workplace, between coworkers and between patients and providers. I will be able to use my past experiences and my passion for connecting with others in order to build relationships with my coworkers and patients.
Empirical categories of personal characteristics and behaviours provide a deep understanding of a human being as a person; as a self. In addition, Carper highlights the importance of the "therapeutic use of self" which only becomes possible through the personal knowing. In the therapeutic use of self, the nurses bring as much of themselves as possible to the relationship with the patients and use themselves for their benefit. In this relationship the nurses and the clients interrelate openly toward "fulfilment of human potential". (Carper,
If I was to become an RA, I would like to build connections with both my residents and my fellow Resident Assistants by holding events and working to build a diverse, caring community. I think connection can have a big effect on the RA staff as connection leads to better teamwork and collaboration, meaning the RA staff would work together more cohesively and thus make the experience of the residents more enjoyable. Building connections with and between your residents can have a very positive effect, as not only will they have a support system in place, they will also have a safe place to find friends, learn about differences among people, and find their place within the Geneseo community. Connection, in my opinion, can significantly improve one's experience in the residence hall and the Geneseo community at
As its evident that person centeredness is valued by the person, encouraging it in practise is important. The aim of the framework of McCormack’s model of person centred care is to raise awareness of the importance of respect for the individual. It does this well by empowering healthcare workers to recognise key components in their practise. It has also been used as a systematic framework to initiate significance from practise- derived data that can advise the expansion of person centred practise. McCormack’s model can be used as a tool to aid practitioners to recognise obstacles that can demote the developments of person centred care in their
However, a counselor’s personal desire may negatively efffect counseling if done unethically and inappropriately. Because of this, focus is placed on desired results of counseling as a whole, from both the counselor and client
The clinicians have told me that this is a great placement that will definitely help prepare me for my LCSW State licensure. One critical skill to implement as a social worker is the importance of being empathetic and authentic when engaging with consumers. Through observing
It is nice for people of this sphere to develop their personal nursing philosophy that will focus on the main aspect of nursing. A person should aware the practice – specific concepts and determine the goals to achieve the best results in the profession. I consider that this profession has such main components as patient, society, health and nursing. Additionally, friendly attitude and sympathy will help to create a positive
A mentor in nursing is defined as someone who can facilitate learning, supervise and asses nursing students in a practice setting. This in turn produces efficient and effective students who become competent and will have mastered the craft and art of caring. Mentorship is significant to students as it helps students develop their professional identities, attributes and competence and also enables students to learn through the creation of the supportive working and learning environment as an individual (Clutterbuck 2004). Decisions taken by mentors in assessing students have significant impacts on securing the nursing workforce in the future. This is because they help safeguard the ongoing excellence in the delivery of personalized patient care while making a major contribution to the development of the nursing profession.
Therapeutic relationship is the relationship between a therapist and a client, where they engage and interact with each other, hoping for beneficial change in the client. This relationship mainly focuses on the client’s needs and goals towards the change. Therapeutic relationship began from psychoanalytic theories, which theorised the relationship into three components – transference, working alliance and the real relationship (Greenson, 1967). Transference is the transfer of positive and friendly feelings to the client. Working alliance is the agreement between the therapist and the client, in terms of tasks, goals and bond (Bordin, 1979).
This condition helps people get the most out of their counselling session and in turn this helps them reach their full potential as they feel valued as the counsellor accepts them for who they are. Congruence is also known as genuineness and according to Rogers “it is the most important attribute in counselling due to the way that it underpins the experiencing of unconditional positive regard and empathy”. Seligman (2006) states that if a counsellor’s body language does not reflect what they are saying, clients will pick up on this and it will reflective on the counsellor client relationship as trust could be lost. Congruence means the counsellor needs to be real and