Introduction Theoretical orientation is the concept of providing practitioners with theory based framework .The purpose of the theory is to help guide the social work professional in a setting while intervening with individuals, families and treatment. Theoretical Orientation also help the social worker to work with the clients to set their goals and ackwlodge certain techniques you may use while using a specific theory. In this reflection paper I will deliberate on developing a Theoretical orientation, Exploring your theoretical orientation, Integrating your theoretical at your field placement, and Task group techniques. Developing A Theoretical Orientation From Halbur & Halbur (2011) the strategies that were suggested to help the professional
1. What was the issue brought in by the client? What other issues came up as the therapist and client talked? The client initially went to talk about being stressed at school.
right thing to do. I had to realize that I was also seeing other clients that had minimum belongings, I could not be more helpful to one and not the other. My alternative was to ask my supervisor if there was any money set aside to help her with getting some of the basic necessities that she needed like clothes and a winter jacket. Question 4 Ethical dilemmas dealing with trauma clients can be very difficult.
The Agency and the population served Chrysalis Health is an organization that serve the community of South Florida and recently expanded their mental health services to Central and North Florida. The company was founded back in 1995 “as a small behavioral health group home for children” (Chrysalis Health, 2017). In 1999, the Center initiated community mental health services and grew in response to the need of the community to receive first-rate and quality behavioral healthcare. At this day, they have a group of counselors, physicians, nurses, therapists, and other professionals providing compassionate services. The organization also, offers mental health and substance abuse services to the population of children, adolescents, adults, and
Social work is a profession that dedicates its efforts to ensure the well-being of individuals and the well-being of the society as a whole. The primary mission of social workers is to meet the fundamental needs of every person, especially the ones with special needs such as those who are oppressed, vulnerable and the people living in poverty. As a social worker, I intend to use these core values such as service, integrity, and dignity as guidelines to my work to make a difference in the lives of as many needy people as I can. My main goal will be to offer services to needy people to help them solve and overcome social problems that they encounter each day in their lives.
This lesson showed how I used tiered instruction when creating word problems for 2nd graders. I also adjusted this lesson and applied it to a 3rd grade lesson on word problems. The use of tired instruction used tired instruction and questioning. Students who needed more support received clearer problems and sentences frames, while other students received unclear problem and needed to create their own sentences.
In the short article from “a Distant Mirror” by Barbara W. Tuchman, the story Place in the fourteen century, when money was the root of all evil and Almost everyone was desperate to do anything for it, even in church, some of the priests were corrupted with the obsession of having money. “When church practices were calculated at a money value, their religious content seeped away.” Which means that the priests in the church will do anything for money, but afterwards the priests will be Penitence and be “Forgiven” for what sin they just Committed. In the short tale From a Distant Mirror it explains how the children are legitimized because they were born by unmarried couples who were not considered the legitimate offspring of the father.
A health triangle is the representation of the three elements of health, and they’re physical, mental/emotional, and social health. Both you and a teenager can improve and have a healthy/balanced triangle by taking care of those three elements. Some ways to do that is doing physical/mental/social activities such as running, hanging out with friends and family, and even doing puzzles. It is important to have a health triangle—especially a balanced one—because it can make you physically fit and healthy, it can improve your mental/emotional health, and improve your social life.
Introduction In this reflective essay I will reflect upon the course based on the assignments and projects I have accomplished this semester. Recent research (Kornblith, 2012:3) identifies that reflection is an active process and making sense of the experience through the understanding of one’s actions. As suggested by (Roberts, 2011:63) she states that the understanding of reflection have been used to develop an action stage, which can further help to improve my skills and knowledge towards my course. This is vital as it ensures that i get the most out of my learning experience and i could use them to their maximum benefit.
Critically reflect on how one or two insights gained during Personal Development and Skills Practice (in G108353 2017/18) have prepared you to become an aware and ethical user of counselling skills. Does a counsellor’s age matter? This is a question I have been considering throughout my time on this course and the answer is not straightforward. Within this essay I will critically reflect on my insight about age and counselling, and through doing this how it has prepared me to become more of an aware and ethical user of counselling skills. Van Wagoner (1991) says Therapist self-insight refers to the extent to which a therapist is aware of one’s own feelings and understands their basis.
In the virtual simulation, I was faced with multiple unexpected challenges such as my daughter’s diagnosis of ADHD and her temporary drug use and felt uncertain of what to do. So like most new parents, I took it one day at a time and accepted the fact that I might not get it exactly right every time. I also took advice from professionals, close friends and family when it was necessary. As long as I was putting my daughter’s well-being first and continuously showing her how much I loved her, I was satisfied with the decisions I made. My ultimate goal was to guide her and make sure she grew into a responsible, mature, and intelligent woman.