. The strategies that can help in helping to minimise harming and being exploiting children, young adults and their families. The strategies minimise the risks of abuse and help children and young people to realise they have the rights to be safe, secure and free from harm. Respect should be earned, it shouldn’t be ordered or demanded and could be destroyed. If respect is established, the individual may confide in you and inform you of any changes in their family unit or how they feel about a certain situation that they feel isn’t right.
Since this is the first stage in Erikson’s psychosocial development, it is crucial that parents give their children care in order for the future stages of development to be fulfilled. During the stage of trust vs. mistrust, I believe that it was resolved by the caring attention that my parents and family members provided me. With the careful attention they gave me, the virtue of “hope” was developed. Erikson describes hope as the first virtue to be obtained. Hope, as a sense, has been established throughout my life because I know that if I am in need of something, then I know that someone is there to help me.
In the setting there is a staff member responsible for senco who we can report to about a child we are concerned about and she will help organise a plan to put in place to identify the child’s needs. A social worker will sometimes be involved in a family to support vulnerable children as well as their family, also they are there for children with disabilities and children on protection registers. If a child has difficulty with his/her communication then a speech and language therapist would become involved seeing the child at home as well as in pre-school to help support the school. An Educational Psychologist supports young children with behaviour and learning difficulties and will provide programmes of support for staff and parents/carers to follow. A Psychiatrist is someone who may diagnose and support young children with mental health problems and will work along staff to support the individual child.
aThe career that I have chosen is to be a pediatric nurse. In order to be a pediatrician, you have to know how to be very patient with children. The child or children ages usually ranges from newborn infants until they become a certain age in their teenage years. I already know that some pediatrician are usually recommended by the parents of some children because whomever that pediatrician may be, probably have been known throughout the family. A child’s health care is the important concern of a pediatrician.
MU 2.9 Understanding partnership working in services for children and young people Understanding partnership working within the context of services for children and young people 1.1: Working with partnerships is very important because every child is different and by working with different agencies you can help the child get help (if they need it). Each professional you are in a working partnership with brings their own specialty which can be used for more focused learning and development. For example: a speech therapist to help a child with a much lower speech development for his age. 1.2: The kind of partners who would be in my own work setting include; health visitors, for parents that are pregnant or have children under the age of five to help inform the parent on how to keep them safe and out of harm. Social workers can be involved if they think that the child is in harm’s way or there is a worry about the child’s safe keeping.
Schools should be able to make children aware of what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour, as this will also have a positive impact on their development. Any professional working with children or young people is responsible for the care and well-being of those children. When parents/carers leave their children with us, they must feel assurance and trust that we have the best interest of their child and will protect them from harm. We as professionals have a duty to care for all their needs, be it, physically and emotionally all their needs must be supported, so that they can have a positive development. A child or young person has the need to feel safe in their learning environment in order to be able to develop and achieve at an early age.
As well as the initial consultation providing an assessment forum for the therapist, it should be remembered that the client will also make judgements relating to the therapist. How the client feels during the first consultation is likely to affect how he / she will respond to hypnotherapy. The way the therapist presents him / herself will create a first impression for the client who may be feeling apprehensive or nervous, especially if they know little about hypnotherapy and what to expect. A calm, professional environment will assist with making a good first impression with appropriate décor and furnishings. Muted, neutral colour schemes in the therapy room are least likely to ‘anchor’ the client to any previous negative associations regarding strong colours and should hopefully not provoke strong feelings or distraction in the client.
SOC 312 Many working parents rely on relatives, friends, or non-parental child care programs to care and provide quality care for their children. Parents must consider what type of childcare to choose that best suits the need of their children. Parents can choose from childcare centers, family childcare home, or in-home care. Regardless of the type of care the family decides, a childcare center, a family childcare home or an in-home care the care given to the child should provide the child with a safe environment that promotes social and emotional development by encouraging the child to solve problems with words, and games. If there are more children they should also be taught to respect each other, share and take turns.
While this is a fairly new topic, professionals like Andrew S. Davis et al. advocate for this in his article, Understanding and Treating Psychopathology in Schools: Introduction to the Special Issue. This article addresses the studies in the journal, Psychology in Schools, and expresses the need of trained professionals to diagnose and treat children with psychopathy, or children with mental illnesses such as Anxiety, Depression, Early Onset Bipolar Spectrum Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Radicalized Attachment Disorder. Rather than just exposing students to and making them aware of mental health, this article calls for a "collaborative system of care that comprehensively meets the mental health needs of students" by having mental health professionals, such as psychologists and counsellors, and educators working with students that specifically have some form of psychopathy (Davis et al., 415). These must be adults who have been trained to either treat mental illness, using counseling or medication, be able to look for symptoms of mental illness, or sometimes both.
As a counselor, I should also have and use a strategic plan. Within this plan, I would separate the children and adults to gain and establish trust, confidence, and honesty. The importance of this strategy is help each member learn how to communicate, set boundaries, and respect each other individuality but remain compassionate and understanding of their feelings (Friedlander, Escudero, Heatherington, & Diamond, 2012). Monitoring how the family interacts with one another will also help me develop a treatment plan to help set goals and tasks but I must remember not