Mental health professionals practice active listening and encourage the client to express their feelings. Mental health counselors develop and implement treatment plans based on the client’s physical or mental condition. Client information is collected through interviews, observations or tests which guide counselors in the development of therapeutic information strategies that will help clients deal with their problems by targeting at-risk behaviors which promotes optimum mental and emotional well-being of the client (Erford, 2010). Over the past decade organizations have come to the realization that mental health professionals need to become competent in cross cultural interactions. Competent multicultural mental health professionals play a key role in success of mental health counseling interventions (Connerley & Pederson, 2005).
Organizational Change In a rapidly changing healthcare system, creating, advancing and sustaining an environment that is grounded in evidence-based practice (EBP) is vital to ensure that patients and families receive the best possible care. Today an expectation is that new information and research findings will be incorporated constantly and knowledgeably into clinical nursing practice (Pipe, Wellik, Buckda, Hansen, & Martyn, 2005). It is essential that York Healthcare embraces and fosters a culture that supports EBP philosophy and integrates new evidence into its culture. Organization history, vision and goals Anticipating the future needs of the community, a group of local residents in the 1950s began building awareness
The impact that Ms. Gordon’s position has on the health care system is crucial. AHIMA’s goals have been to streamline electronic health records in all hospitals and to provide training and certifications to those technicians working in health information management fields. Ms. Gordon’s management expertise in positions such as COO and CEO make it possible for AHIMA to achieve its goals. In conclusion, AHIMA has been on the forefront of introducing innovative health information technologies
Moreira (2012) stated, “Humanistic-phenomenological psychotherapy is a contemporary development of person-centered therapy” (p. 3). Carl Rogers was an influential psychologist as well. The article on Carl Rogers describes his findings and the importance of his research and how these findings are researched even further. Many changes have been made to the Rogerian theory, which originated from a clinical theory of psychotherapy, Rogers work expanded into other areas such as education (Moreira, 2012). Psychologists and researchers around the world have continued the study of Rogers’s person-centered
This report of the IOM has made the author realize the importance of education, leadership roles, and the qualities of a leader. The author hopes to expand this practice and pursue more leadership roles. The author will commit to a process and journey of a higher education, with higher levels of training that will continue to impact the safety and quality of patient
The evaluation on The Encyclopedia of Drug Abuse gave me a better understanding of stress and how it effects people. My evaluation on The American Journal of Psychiatry I found very interesting it had thousands of articles on mental illness and substance abuse. If I ever need to do any more research on mental illness or substance abuse I would definitely go back to this source. My third source was an article called Dissociation, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Substance Abuse. It was a valuable source because it gave me insight into the research that has been done on proving mental illness and substance abuse co-occur.
Like other businesses our goal is to expand as well as build more customer awareness to increase its profits. Kudler wants to build a customer base that will be loyal to their stores. To do this it is important for Kudler to conduct the necessary research needed first to implement this change in the operations department. Especially, because we aim at a specific market with
Executive Summary Rolling Stone Moss (RMS) Company are expanding because of the successful performance in the marketplace, thus the new Customer Contact Center (CCC) office is required to build good relationship with customers. This report purpose is providing the concept of open-plan design office for RMS Company that can satisfy employees’ needs and wants. Furthermore, health, surface, ergonomic, safety and security environment will discuss further to enhance performance of employees. Beside that, several criteria to be used for selecting videoconference is describing in this report. Finally, conclusions as well as recommendation are provided in the last part of this report to accomplish company success to measure preeminent working environment for employees.
By offering education opportunities, extensive amounts of supervisor led coaching and chances at additional responsibility and positions of authority they have created an upwardly mobile mindset in the members of this group. They have faced numerous leadership challenges in regards to organizational changes and will have to work at rebuilding some trust and faith in their workforce if they want future changes to be fully supported. The data gathered by their comprehensive standardization and evaluation program has proved to be an excellent tool for controlling technician behaviors and identifying negative trends so corrective actions can be quickly implemented. Finally, the numerous opportunities for recognition abound within this organization and serve to motivate and inspire to exceed established standards. Resulting in a highly motivated and dedicated force.
Human Service Movement 1 The National Mental Health Act of 1946 The most tangible evidence that citizens' mental health had been elevated to a major priority of federal government came with passage of the National Mental Health Act (NMHA) of 1946. This landmark piece of legislation was inspired in large part by the dismal record of military mental health during World War II, the performance of such agencies as the VA, and vocal demands by veterans and their families for therapeutic services (Harris & Maloney, 2010). Interestingly, clinicians too mounted persistent advocacy efforts on their own behalf, convinced that gains in professional visibility