With counseling the professional will consider the precise challenge that Naz is facing, her environment and her stage of development. The councilor doesn’t simply empathize with the sort of challenge Naz has faced but instead should have an exact understanding of how Naz experiences the challenge at the particular stage of development. This awareness alongside with the ability to communicate it in a dependable and age appropriate way, whilst not Naz feel uncomfortable, is the key to the success of counseling. “Counselors should also be skilled in helping parents to understand their role and contribution to the child’s experience and how they can support the child moving forward, this is essential if what the child learns in their session is to be generalized to life outside of counseling and maintained once counseling is comes to an end.” In some cases counseling with involve a mixture of individual sessions with the child and sessions with a parent/guardian. The period of the treatment programme show a discrepancy upon the severity of the problem, its length and how much time the parents are able to devote to assisting the child put into practice what they have learned in their counseling
Although Ann (case study 1) fits in with the government definition, she does not see herself as a carer. This is a common feeling among people who care for family members. My aim is to highlight and discuss some of the difficulties and rewards of caring for a family member. Examples used will be from various sources, including a case study of Ann Walker, research studies by Hussein et al (2002), Townsend (1957) and Dutch et al (2006). There are many difficulties and rewards of caring for a family member, this depends on many factors; who are you caring for, if you are close to them, how much choice you had in becoming a carer, if you had to leave your job, personal attributes and how other family relationships are managed.
To provide help and support to the children and their families you need to recognise their needs and rights as a practitioner. By observing the children this is how you can find out the children’s needs along with other things such as their interests. As a practitioner you should communicate with the parents as this will give you more understanding of the children’s needs (if the child may have an unknown disability-dyslexia and needs extra support). Another way of identifying children’s needs is to listen to them to find out what they desire and need. Tassoni.
This model believes that whatever worked in the past will also work in the present. Collaborative language system resolves problems through conversation so that patients can open up more. These three postmodern therapies will work well with the Quest family because the family will be able to evaluate their thoughts and behavior. Jane and Paul will be able to focus more and evaluate Jason and Luke’s behavior in order to deal with them better. The family will also be able to focus on solutions to their problem.
EYMP 1 Task 2 3.1 As a trainee practitioner i need to show the knowledge and understanding of how partnership with parents is important to the success of each individual child in the setting. Promoting an effective bond between the parents and professionals, this provides a source of strength throughout their time in the setting. Consequently practitioners should be very aware that there leading role is very different in the Childs life, compared to their own parents, carers etc. Practitioners roll is to be able to show a more compassionate bond with the child. Leading on Carolyn Meggitt also believed that “Practitioners need to develop constant, warm and affectionate relationships with children, especially babies, but should not seek to
The goals should also be in coordination with your values and your purpose for the goals. It can often depend on what the couples are coming to counseling for in order to help the couple decide on what some of their goals should be. For example: A couple may come into the counselor office and needs help with their relationship because they seem to always argue. One of their goals could be how to help them minimize and eventually stop arguing so much and be able to discuss things in a decent manner. Goals can and will sometimes go wrong.
This theory further suggests that an individual’s behavior is informed by and inseparable from the functioning of his or her family of origin (GoodTherapy.org, 2007-2015). The second family systems therapy that I chose to research was Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) is based on the premise that therapists help the client or family focus and understand on the solution(s) to their problem(s) instead of understanding the problem(s) itself. SFBT ultimate goal is to create a solution based on the solution of the problem while empowering clients or members of the families to build their self-esteem and independence. In this type of therapy it is imperative that the therapist disregard their own worldview and adapt to their clients or families worldview. The goals for the family in SFBT should be definitive, small, positive, and important to the client or family (Cepeda & Davenport, 2006).
I would ask if the parent has any concerns in understanding the child’s speech, if they have I would elaborate by asking when, where and why (great questions in any situations!). I would listen to the parent and show support and interest in what they are saying so we can gain as much focus on the issue as possible. I would share my observations alongside showing the parent the typical milestones so they have things to look at and check with, whilst talking to the parents I would choose my words wisely and carefully not use any words that can be misunderstood as 'labels'. I would be very clear to the parent I am not an expert in the field of child speech and am just raising some concerns so they may consider getting a professional evaluation for their child so that theses concerns can
Principles of communication in adult social care setting Unit 201 Outcome 1 Understand why communication is important in adult social care settings 1.1 Identify different reasons why people communicate. People communicate; to give and receive support to express thought and ideas to obtain share and express information to express feelings wishes needs and emotions to develop relationships 1.2 Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of working in adult care settings Whether verbal or non verbal communication is used between carer and resident it is extremely important so that I as a carer can understand their needs, feelings and wishes so that they are cared for as well as they possibly can be. I must communicate with their family, other work colleagues and specialist practitioners to ensure I know and understand fully the residents wishes and care plan. 1.3 Explain why it is important to observe individuals reactions when communicating with them. Whether verbal or non verbal communication is used it helps me understand a resident.
Assignment 304 TASK A supervision notes As an experienced social care worker you have been asked to mentor a new social care worker. You plan to use a supervision session to explain about the duty of care and how this helps to protect individuals from harm or abuse. Prepare a set of notes to help you with this supervision session Ai) What is meant by the term 'duty of care?' A duty of care is the requirement that all health and social care professionals, and organisations providing health and care services, you must put the people who use the services first. They also have to do everything in their power to keep the service users safe from harm.