What the client brings into therapy such as courage, willingness, honesty and faith greatly contribute to successful results (Hubble et al, 1999 p75). Openness and the client’s ability to be actively involved also have great bearing on the therapeutic outcome (Clarkin & Levy, 2004 p 194 – 226). In addition, client factors also include elements that exist in the clients’ life such as a new job, social support, occurring crises and religious beliefs, which all contribute to and bear impact on the therapeutic interaction and outcomes (Hubble et al 1999 p75). According to Lambert’s findings, relationship factors make for 30% of the model outcomes (Hubble et al, 1999 p75). Therapeutic relationship variables include building rapport, engagement, collaboration, finding and maintaining a working
‘Getting communication with parents in early years settings right, is one of the most important aspects of working with young children. If it is done well, then children, their families and the organisation will flourish. Researchers found that the most effective settings, shared child-related information between parents and practitioners, often involving parents in decisions about their child's learning’. Early Years Update (2006, page no.). It is crucial to have good communication as it is used everyday in the Early Years Setting to convey information, receive important information, instruct, persuade, request, teach, develop and much more.
(4 marks) It is important that social care workers work in partnership with individuals and their family so that the individual gets the best support and all their needs are met for them to live the most independent fulfilling life they can. By being a team that work together in the agreed way then nothing is missed and no one interferes with another’s role. 4. Identify three ways of working that can help improve partnership working. (3 marks) Three ways of working that improves partnership working is good communication, respect and working in the agreed way.
PRINCIPLES People with learning disabilities are entitled to lives which are as full as anyone else’s. Although every one of us differs, there are some core things we all have in common. It is important for most people to: • be part of a community • have good relationships with friends and family • have relationships that last • have opportunities to develop experience and learn new skills • have choices and control over life • be afforded status and respect ... and ... • be treated as an individual. So important are these core elements of life that they have come to define what we So important are these core elements of life that they have come to define what we mean by leading a socially valued lifestyle. Engagement in a full range of typical activities is part and parcel of such a lifestyle.
am I comfortable about who I am as an individual having the confidence along with a high level of self esteem and self-worth? In addition we were designed to be social beings and to form meaningful relationships with each other. Secondly the quality relationship that we have with our immediate family i.e. parents, siblings, other relatives, in addition to the other relationships we share with our spouse or partner, friends and within the wider community, our workplaces and other social groups are very important. One writer made this statement to support the need for relationships this way.
Respect for the role of families with regard to decisions about their children is inevitable. * Establishment of a working partnership between families and professionals; they work as a team and play equal roles. In contemporary FCP, professional expertise is valued owing to the knowledge and specialized skills that it contributes to the practice. Focus is directed on making families and their children understand the need to collaborate with professionals in improving the children’s learning and development. In order for FCP to be effective, professional familiarization with the family setting and activities is significant.
Children will have more confidence and are more likely to participate better if they have strong and effective positive relationships with their teachers. In one example taken from http://panhandle.unl.edu/at_the_center_78: the author Carol McCloud talks of filling a childs “emotional bucket” with positive interactions. If we fill this with emotions of value, such as trust, confidence and encouragement, we are certain to extract the most from the children we interact with. It is the same for the adults we need to communicate with. We want to work productively and well together as a team for the benefit of the children we wish to inspire and to create the right decisions for all those involved.
• Social - To be able to form positive relationships. • Emotional - To be loved and accepted. • Meeting personal potential - To be able to achieve and develop to full potential. 1.2 Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of own work: In relationships, the building of trust and understanding between people makes it easier to get things done. If I work as part of a team, I will need to work alongside colleagues and share a workload.
Heidi Newsom Dr. Barta Developmental Educational Psychology 17 April 2011 Attachment Theory Humans beings of all ages seem to have a fundamental need to feel socially connected to, and loved and respected by, other people. In other words, they have a need for relatedness. ( Deci and Moller, 2005; Park, Crocker & Vohs, 2006). Across the life span, this need is fulfilled with social bonds of various types including friendships, romantic ties, marital partnerships and family relationships. The child’s first bond, called attachment, is an enduring emotional tie that unites the child to one or more caregivers and has a far- reaching effects on the child’s development.
The family is the most trustful and supportive community in my life. Based on the evidences I mentioned, the community, family, provides us with a sense of stability, serves our needs, and accepts us for who we are. First of all, the family serves our needs. One of the destinations that a God give child is that be a part of the members of the family. Also, supporting child is the parts of the duties that family have.