For example, operant conditioning techniques stressed that in order to change or stop one’s behaviors, therapists should either give them reinforcement (positive/negative) or punishment (positive/negative). It is because people respond in predictable ways because of the gains experienced or of the need to avoid unpleasant consequences. However, according to Corey G. (2013), he mentioned that he actually agree that initially focusing on what clients are feeling and then working with the behavioral and cognitive dimensions. It is because that to him, it is a good point of departure when clients are feeling they are engaged. Hence, he can tie a discussion of what clients are feeling with how this is affecting their behavior and then later he can inquire about the
It is possible to connect the benefits of transformational leadership styles to the leader 's ability to empower followers, simultaneously increasing their commitment to the organization (Fischer, 2016; Bormann, & Abrahamson, 2014; Merrill, 2015). Consequently, based on its success in the nursing context, transformational leadership is a heavy influence on this philosophy of
Metacognition is the process of thinking about thinking or being aware and understanding of one’s own thought process. As students and members of society, this still is critical to creating a high functioning world. For the individual, this provides a way to view past experiences and optimize successful ways of the past. As one continues throughout their education path, this skill is critical to creating a high function learning environment. Simply by looking at what was successful in the past, it becomes easier to develop assessments that are flexible to all learning styles.
The information found in Golemans book can be extremely useful in everyday life. Emotional intelligence that is exercised by the subconscious can be recognized consciously to help people better understand themselves and others and consequently react to the various situations they encounter throughout life more
Involving the patient in goal setting was found to give patients a sense of ownership for their goals. Setting both short-term and long-term goals is more effective than setting only long term goals (Wade, 1998). In my clinical experience I know it is very important in practice to link goals one to another so the patient can see the connection between long-term aspirations and the more immediate suggested rehabilitation goals. In goal setting it is important to document any goals set and to
Making connections can also help a person develop resilience, and if a person makes connections with people who experience the same trauma, then they can return to their normal level of functioning much sooner. Using coping strategies is also a good idea. It helps people deal with their emotions at the time, and by coping, they can retain their current level of functioning. High levels of functioning, play into people who are being resilient. Lastly, one needs to work on being adaptive, and accepting that things may change, but that does not mean they have to be less resilient, they need to always be evolving.
After reading these articles, I was able to recognize how important it is to use technology in a moderation as over-usage of technology can result in psychological as well as neurological disorders. On the positive side, technology should still be used as it enhances productivity, efficiency, and augments one’s social life. After analysis of these texts, are the effects of technology more negative or
I was a given an opportunity to became more observant to what is happening around me and pay attention to intricate details and use them to make connections about the person I am taking care of. This quality improves because of the clinicals exposure and the simulations I had experience. I found these activities to be very helpful because it makes me critically think of the actions I would do and words I would said in front of a real patient. These exposures made me also learned to be creative on my plan of care. Furthermore, I know that I did not only improve my knowledge skill, but I also see development on my interpersonal skills with the people I interact with.
Additionally, he points out that numerous clinicians have reported that personal therapy led to increased professional effectiveness. Finally, remembering that “[s]upervision is an important element of the process of developing clinical competence, and high-quality supervision is important for trainees to develop into competent professionals” (Barnett, Erickson Cornish, Goodyear, & Lichtenberg, 2007, p. 268). This however, does not only apply to new clinicians, seasoned clinicians can also benefit from supervision when faced with a challenging case that is impacting their professional effectiveness (McCarthy, Kulakowski, & Kenfield,
Each of these strategies were imperative to determining which of the two methods of persuasion being examined in this article were more effective. By looking at the separate branches of the ELM determines how involved a member is and how this affects the way people receive the persuasive messages. Central route processing allows people who are more invested in a subject to be more persuaded by informational messages such as the ones displayed in the article. Peripheral route processing however, causes people who are less invested in the message to be more persuaded by testimonials. The likert-scale seemed to be an effective way to measure this information because it allowed people to speak what they felt through a variety of provided options.