Unit 207 Task A Ai) Person centered values means treating the clients as individuals making sure that they are being treated with dignity and respect, making sure that they have there privacy, and that they have their independence, we need to make sure to give clients a choice of different things and that they have a right to choose them, we also need to recognise that working with professionals is partnership not a relationship. Aii) It is important for care workers because we want to treat our clients as individuals and they way you want to be treated. The main reason why it is important is because it is a law requirement, they come from different acts such as, Human Rights Act 1998, Health and Social Care Act 2008 and the Codes of Practice. Care Quality Commission got the essentials standards from the Health and Social Care Act. If the person centered value are all being followed correctly then the clients should feel happy and content.
Associate Level Material Appendix C Psychotherapy Matrix Directions: Review Module 36 of Psychology and Your Life. Select three approaches to summarize. Include examples of the types of psychological disorders appropriate for each therapy. |Psychodynamic Approach |Behavioral Approach |Cognitive Approach | |Summary of |This form of therapy tries to bring unresolved past |This approach assumes that both normal and abnormal |This approach tries to teach people to think in more | |Approach |conflicts from the unconscious to the conscious, where the|behaviors are learned. This form of therapy builds on a |adaptive ways by changing their dysfunctional cognitions | | |patient can deal with the problems.
At the individual level it is recognizing and reflecting on an issue that restricts one’s abilities and experiences, then taking action to change the issue for themselves and others affected (Chinn & Kramer, 2011). The key objective of praxis is through reflection to incorporate theory, practice and art to aid in the recognition and valuing of diverse types of knowledge (Kilpatrick, 2008). Praxis plays an integral role for the APN and there should be a solid foundation of understanding. There are several benefits for APN’s use of nursing praxis; it influences the relationship the practitioner develops with patients, their families and colleagues. Moreover, it provides the opportunity for change, personal nursing theory and knowledge development through self-reflection.
In MCT the client’s social and cultural background is of importance. It is important as a counselor to recognize that such things as gender, racial or cultural background, and economic status can affect assessment, diagnosis and treatment. How does MCT challenge counselors to intervene at
Dual Relationships, boundaries, standards of care, and termination Syreeta Swann Liberty University Abstract The paper will address the many practical problems and dilemmas that arise in the professional practice of mental health treatment providers. This paper gives a review of some examples of situations that question the legal and ethical issues that involves the dual relationships and boundaries that include bartering and sexual relationships between practitioners and clients. Along with these dual relationships the topics of gift giving by clients and touch by practitioner are addressed. In addition, this paper addresses the standards of care meaning what happens in the introductory phase of treatment and the ending phases of treatment and examples of reason that would involve termination of treatment to a client. Summary Dual Relationship In this example they talk about a type of dual relationship that is bartering between a counselor and a client.
He should adapt her communication style. Ray should ask some reasonable questions first and should note the responses carefully. Vera displays Directive communication style, hence Ray must exhibit a style consists of the relationship as businesslike as possible. In this conversation, there is no need to develop a strong personal relationship which is not a high priority for Directives. He should be efficient, disciplined, and well organised as possible.
In addition, the author will expand on the personal theoretical perspective of how she feels her knowledge will contribute to her psychological society. Influence of Diversity To completely understand human nature is to understand the psychological discipline, which evolved from the roots of philosophy. The complexity of this needed more than one specific perspective that later on led to various divisions of development within the discipline. There are 54 subdivisions in the psychological approach that are recognized through the America Psychological Association (APA) today (Cherry, 2012). Some subdivisions include other branches of perspectives of an individual’s behavior; such as environmental psychology, developmental psychology, educational psychology, psychodynamic, and cognitive behavior influence the perceptions of human behavior.
Assignment 2 Outline I. Human resource professionals can ensure that top organizational leaders encourage managers and employees to follow laws and guidelines by the follow means: a. HR professionals can do this by making sure that they do not discriminate based on the immutable characteristics. i. This covers people in different categories such as; sex, race, age, and religious beliefs. b. HR professionals can do this by staying in agreement with the EEOC.
This includes any verbal, written, telephonic, audio or video recorded information. Both ethical codes assert that the counselor and the clients should agree and set the limits of confidentiality. The counselors are also not permitted to share clients’ confidential information among themselves unless the client has given his or her consent. Both ethical codes also provide that records of the counseling proceedings should be kept in a secure location where they will not get into the wrong hands. One major contrast in the area of confidence is that; while the ACA ethical codes allow the counselor to immediately disclose client’s information on the issue of a subpoena, AACC ethical codes on the other hand provide that the counselor shall not disclose the information immediately but shall first give the client an opportunity to consult with his or her
The role of mediation needs to be open-minded, unbiased and the mediator needs to be an honest individual with good ethics, so that the parties involved will be treated fairly and with respect. Considering the types of encounters, that human service workers face daily it is apparent that it is important to integrate the processes of mediation into their activities tis helps to keep things balanced and free from adverse effects. Advocacy is most commonly defined as one who uses communication abilities and professionalism to speak on or for the behalf of other individuals who cannot speak for themselves and to provide guidance in areas that are issues regarding things such as health and social concerns. Human service agencies have integrated advocacy in the services they provide in efforts to improve the quality of their services while influencing their targeted population and improving their lives. Another