It is important that the counselor makes questioning an important part of the therapy (Shaylee & Brownlee, 2007). The purpose of questioning is to make sure that the family will participate in communicating their experiences (Shaylee & Brownlee, 2007). When members of the family begin to tell their point of view, the way in which each person was affected is revealed (Shaylee & Brownlee, 2007). The therapist may be able to reach the family members that may have been considered as distant or hostile. Individuals like Gary may be able to feel heard without feeling judged.
First, their children may suffer bullying because of having only one parent. This can affect the children’s way of living. Kids who are bullied can experience negative physical, school, and mental health issues. The child will not be able to do what he wants because he will be afraid to socialize with other children. Second, a child with a single parent can compare their selves to the other children who have married parents.
This state leaves the parent-child relationship on the rocks with a lot of tension. Families that are engage in the parent-child interaction therapy develop techniques to generate safe and cohesive environments to raise their children hence forming a strong bond between the guardian and the child. Question 2 The parent-child interaction therapy comprises mainly of two interaction models. They are the parent-direct interaction and the child-direct interaction. (Lanier et al., 2015) In the parent-direct interaction, the parents is directed and informed of better behavior management procedures by the therapist with the aim of reducing the harsh punishment methods, reduce the child’s bad behavior, and
to alleviate them of the problem they might be currently facing. Counseling is not only done professionally, but also done by common people such as teachers, who use certain skills to help the students, though professionals are required as they have vast knowledge in this field with various techniques to solve the problem. For example a teacher counseling a school student on the basis of him skipping classes or a professional counselor, counseling a person for personal problems such as work related issues i.e. management pressurizing the worker for due dates of
As the result, children may loss their self-esteem which is a critical development in their emotional aspect. According to some studies, when parents separate, children especially five to ten years old results to be one of the most unlucky persons by the fact that they lose the chance of having a happy family. People cannot blame a child who has no respect, low self-esteem, having a bad attitude, and dealing the world unjustly because we do not know their background. These children might have an ignorance of being a rightful people. They maybe not nourished by their parents well.
‘ Problem shared is problem halved’ this old saying shows us one of the most important universal truths, that people find comfort in sharing their problems and concerns, something which human history is witness to. While most of the times it is family or friends who play the role, circumstances may arise when individuals need the help of trained professional. Counselling is the process of exploration of oneself, identifying the particular problem and seeking a solution. It usually refers to the relationship shared between two people the counsellor (a trained professional) and the client. According to the American Counselling Association (ACA) counselling refers to “The application of mental health, psychological or human development principles,
Barriers to learning are problems or situations that prevent learners from accessing programs, make it difficult for learners to go to class or make it hard for learners to concentrate and learn. In a school community, learners face many barriers, such as; emotional, mental and physical, health issues, financial issues, shelter and transport issues and family relationships and social support issues. An educator in a school environment can reduce barriers to learning by developing an understanding of how to lower organizational physical and academic access to barriers for needy learners. A successful educator in inclusive learning train him/herself to recognize and address learner’s issues. He or she should determine the cause of the learner’s problem by watching closely the learner for any problematic behaviour or actions and tell the parents about the learner’s social and emotional development problem so that the learner can be sent for psychiatric evaluation if necessary.
A person may lack confidence in certain situations, if this is the case it probably means that as a child the individual were criticized, undermined or suffered an explicable loss which they blamed themselves for or were blamed by others, however self-confidence can be formed or developed by the influence of culture that an individual finds themselves surrounded by which formed our perspectives, our gender, social class and are parents which again links back to Al-Hebaish study on how important the role of a parent is in developing their child’s self-confidence. Importantly to note, having self-confidence does not mean that an individual will be able to do everything; self-confidence can trick people into having expectations that are not realistic and will not come true or actually happen in their lifetime, on the other hand a non-self-confident person will depend excessively on the approval of others and how they are judged by them in order to feel good about themselves, they fear failure and do not take risks, however by contrast self-confident people are willing to risk the disapproval of others as they generally trust their own abilities and have a high level of self-esteem. The fact that higher self-confidence enhances the individual’s motivation gives anyone with a vested interest in his
If team members feel emotionally tired and helpless, employees must seek counselling from someone they trust. Sharing their problems does reduce the pain but if the issue is way too complicated then seek an expert advice from a counsellor. 4. Counselling should include what an employee did wrong, what the correct procedure is, and use an open dialog to make sure the employee understands what is expected. If an employee continues to make the same error, or errors that fall into a similar category, it may be that the employee needs more formalized training.
Teachers have to cope with the variation from individual to individual and this can result in great strain on their relationship. Everyone’s life in one way or another is touched by a teacher, but what is a good teacher? Who knows? Psychologists and educators have tried to compile a sketch of a good teachers