Describe the interview (including impressions, general reactions, and feelings about your first visit.) The interview went well, my first impression of her was she is very sweet and kind. She did seem to have a little trouble understanding some questions that were asked. Therefore, I had to switch my way of communicating those questions for her. 2. Identify communication barriers you encountered during your visits. (Ebersole and Hess Ch. 6, need a reference citation). Some barriers I came to were that some of the questions were difficult for her to answer, or make meaning of. This caused me to explain the question in a different format that she could understand. 3. Identify and describe the therapeutic communication skills you utilized during your visits. (Remember to use a reference, a reference citation is required). …show more content…
I used open-ended questions, closed ended questions, I encouraged storytelling, and I positioned myself at an equal level with the resident as she sat in a chair. (Touhy, Jett and Ebersole, 2014, p. 67). I used the storytelling technique right when I started the interview. This helped the resident become more comfortable with me, and open up more about her life history. She then was able to reminisce from the questions I had asked her about her past. I could tell by her expression that the storytelling and reminiscing was making her happy. I then incorporated more closed and open-ended questions about her daily routine and hobbies. 4. Describe your perspective of the patient 's response to the interview. She was excited to be a part of this project. She seemed to enjoy having some company, especially younger company. As she has many grandkids and great grandkids. So she seemed pleased to have a younger adult to sit and talk with her for a while. 5. State anything you would like to change when communicating with your
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I want to ask them a series of questions involving their journeys and experiences arriving in Los Angeles and their job working experiences/accounts in factories. I will ask them ( Questions of coming to America)- What was your journey like to the US? Why did you decide to settle in Los Angeles? Besides economic opportunities, what other motives did you have to reach the US?
Interview with Today, I went to 1H, an Inpatient Mental Health Unit, to talk to Ms. Apple about the PRRC Program. Ms. Apple was referred over to the PRRC by an APRN for supportive services. Upon my arrival, Ms. Apple was sitting in the music room looking at the newspaper. I informed her that I am a Social Work Intern from the PRRC and I wanted to talk to her about the program.
I became adept of asking what people were doing and if I could make a suggestion before offering one. Small changes like these help individuals bring structure to their thinking processes and encourages independence. I plan on sharing the information I’ve learned with my co-workers at Kermode to enhance our working relationship with our clients and I shall continue to enjoy being
I chose to interview Marisela because, we intern at the same placement and at times she would disclose personal details about her life. Listening to her talk about her upbringing, made me more interested in her life and her culture. Throughout the semester, I’ve been working closely at my clinical internship with a 15-year-old girl, who is of
I chose to interview someone that I have looked up to and has been an inspiring role model for deciding to pursue a career in nursing. I have known Phyllis Czarnecki, for six years now, however, I was never familiar with the details of her career as a registered nurse. This interview gave me more respect for Mrs. Czarnecki by giving me a better understanding of the path she has taken to be where she is now. I have always known the general idea of a nurse's responsibilities, however, this interview allowed me to learn the personal opinions and a specific job of a registered nurse. Phyllis realized, as a teenager, she wanted to become a nurse when her mom was hospitalized and undergoing surgery.
Over the last few years, I have come to get to know my interviewee. She is a really good friend of mine, and her name is Maddie Anderton. I have learned a lot about her over the years and where she came from. She moved here from Alabama in 2005. I chose to interview her, because she is always talking about Alabama and how much she wishes she could go back.
My first interviewee was my sister Alejandra and my second interviewee was a friend name Fernando. Alejandra is currently a senior at California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA) studying social work and child development and Fernando is a junior studying Latin American Studies at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). They both are undocumented students who are trying to pursue a higher education. The difference between Fernando and Alejandra is that they both came to the U.S. at a different age. Fernando was aware of the dangers, he remembers what he went through and he knows what he was sacrificing.
Thinking back on the interview I can sense a lot of the responses had to with their life experiences because both interviewees seemed passionate about their response especially when speaking on health care cost and how there were times they couldn 't receive care or how they can 't receive care now due to lack of coverage or lack of funds to pay for co payments for medication, doctor visit, or urgent
Zakiya came into office and we started talking about how things are going for her. She reported she feels she has had to overcome a lot. We spoke about negative experiences in relationships and how she has learned from them. I told Zakiya I was proud of her for how she has grown, and affirmed her decision to take better care of herself and protect David. Zakiya expressed she is on the right track to get her GED and continue her education to gain better
Mr. FA was reluctant at the beginning of the interview, but soon after asking him several questions he seems to enjoy the interview. Mr. FA was broad of the fact that his life journey is being recorded. In general, he was cooperative but sometimes does not want to elaborate in his answers. The answers were short but good enough to cover the goal of the questions. When asked about main concerns.
A discipline investigation essay allows students investigate professionals and discover the discourse community in their career field. In the interview, students can learn about the specific details in their profession. They also have an opportunity to communicate with professionals. This is my first discipline investigation. I am looking forward to investigate professional and understand deeply in their workplace.
The house was immaculate and as always D.T was a gracious host, putting out refreshments and snacks for us to enjoy while we talked. Her home was filled with family pictures, as well as religious portraits with her favorite scriptures. The landscape was well kept, with a pool in the back yard for her grandkids to enjoy when they visited. With only the two of us present, I began the interview when she was comfortable to begin. D.T’s
Doing a therapeutic conversation process recording takes a lot of thought process because it is a lot more in-depth then a causal conversation. During the recording I found that quite a bit of silencing and personal thinking was made it made it very apparent that only therapeutic conversation was the only thing that was being conveyed throughout the conversation. During the conversation I was able to bite my tongue and not give my advice on this particular situation and by me not giving my advice it allowed the client to be able to have her own thought process in the matter versus me giving her the thought. During this whole process I noticed that asking a question that just reflected on what the client just said allowed them to open up more