McGuire-Wise is an excellent clinical supervisor because she is aware of my strengths and capabilities and she pushes me to see those strengths and capabilities. Her support and guidance helps me to see that I have a lot to offer my clients. She is also culturally sensitive when supervising me because she is very open and willing to learn from me. I believe this behavior enhanced my counseling skill because I am also more open and willing to learn from my clients. Mrs. McGuire-Wise’s patience, support, and knowledge are very encouraging because it motivates me to become a better counselor.
The dilemma lies in how the social work practitioner would respect the patient’s autonomy and determining whether the patient is competent. Furthermore, the social work practitioner is responsible for assessing whether the patient understands the consequences of his or her behaviours. Because, often than not, there are different risks associated with the patient’s refusal to medical treatment and services. Thus, in such cases, social workers would face the ethical dilemma of deciding whether to protect or limit the right of how the patient should live his or her life. The second ethical dilemma is that social work practitioners and their clients have different personal values.
I graciously accept this responsibility. My assignment is to express my creativity in an attractive and inspirational manner to attend health care issues and resolve in an ethical way. I am a leader who has confidence in amenity, determination, and tactic. I believe that leadership is attending others, and working with others to accomplish a meaningful
• Caregivers may be fearful of retaliation from the caregiver/alleged abuser or their agency. • The Caregiver/alleged abuser may be a friend and co-worker. • Caregivers may be afraid that reporting will make the situation worse. • Caregivers may be fearful of alienating the caregiver/abuser and having needed services refused. • Caregivers may be reluctant to break the "Code of Silence" among
Social work is a unique profession with lots meaning, action, and the power to make a difference. I have interest to pull communities together, as one, help individuals and families find solutions, advance changes in social stance, promote social justice, and foster human and global well-being. Being a social worker is often a challenging yet rewarding career. Social work is a selfless and demanding field. I am great at listening, able to judge situations fairly and accurately.
LEARNER’S NAME: EMMANUEL DIBIAGWU ASSIGNMENT 2 UNDERSTAND HOW TO DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN EFFECTIVE WORKING RELATIONSHIPS 1.1 Explain the benefits of effective working relationships in developing and maintaining the team (20 marks) The benefits of effective working relationship in developing a team include the following: Improved Morale Good working relationships in teams help to improve the morale of team members. When there is effective working relationship among employees as well as managers, the employees feel that they are respected, and their voice are heard, thereby fostering an enabling workplace full of energy and overall happiness. Effective working relationship between employees enables them to support each other when improvement is called for and helps to develop their esteem. Increased Work Efficiency / Productivity A team that has good culture of teamwork and mutual motivation will make the members more productive and smarter. Such a team where seamless and effective relationships exist, members are poised to learn from one another, develop skills and leverage on such internally gained skills to expedite work processes thereby increasing overall efficiency, reducing downtimes and knowledge gaps.
Everyone’s recovery journey is different, which is why it is important to look at the individual and consider what interventions best suit service users, as a good intervention for someone may be a bad one for another person. Recovery starts when people realize that each individual’s recovery differs and is unique (Bland & Wyder, 2014). It is important for Social Workers to establish a positive relationship with service users and to understand that family participation is really important for recovery, as they are one of the biggest and most important support service users’ need, and acknowledging this will also lead to a more effective and appropriate interventions (Anthony, 1993). It is alothe Social Workers role to support service users’ families as well, as they may need assistance themselves (Bland & Wyder, 2014). The notion that service users are in charge and own their recovery journeys in personal recovery may suggest that families do not have a part or a place in a family member’s recovery and that they are not helpful or useful, which raises questions about the real role of family members in recovery (Bland & Wyder, 2014).
Research is vital in the field of counseling because it provides with proper data on the impact and effectiveness of counseling. Duffy and Chenail (2008) indicated, that quantitative research has helped counselor in the filed because it provides with values and dominated research can prove that treatment can be effective. Therefore, there has been studies prove
Explain the role of effective communication and interpersonal interaction in a health and social care, a classroom and a customer service setting. For each setting analyses the advantages of verbal and nonverbal skills and their overall effectiveness. Communication and interpersonal interaction plays a very important role in personal and professional lives. Effective communication and good interpersonal skills helps us in forming good relationships with people around us. In the health and social care effective communication helps in building the trust between the patient and career.
As discussed previously, effective lesson planning can have a positive effect on the motivation on a teacher. This is certainly the case for effective planning in the workplace. It also aids in satisfaction. Although the lesson plan’s primary objective is to improve the overall quality of teaching to benefit students, this also improves teacher motivation and development. This is achieved through using the lesson plan as a permanent record of lessons taught.