(LSI Human Synergistic www.humansynergistic.com) I really enjoyed taking the LSI questionnaire. I believe it has given me a much better understanding of my personality in regards to my management potential and individual characteristics. With that being said, the following is my interpretation of my LSI survey. The above illustration shows my different styles. Interpretation Personal Thinking Styles My powers are with the CONSTRUCTIVE Styles with (11, 12, 1, &2 o`clock Positions) reflects selfenhancing thinking and behavior that contribute to one level of satisfaction, ability to develop healthy relationships and work effectively with people and proficiency at accomplishing tasks.
The purpose of person-centred approach during counselling is to increase ones self –esteem, whilst being open about new experiences allowing one to find out where they belong and to be contented with life. Where as the mindfulness approach is to gradually build a foundation of equanimity and clarity on a day-to-day basis. Both the person centred and mindfulness approaches to counselling are designed to help individuals who are suffering with problems such as fear and sadness. They both work around the concept of dealing with feelings whilst in the here and now instead of dwelling on them at a later date. Person-centred approach The person centred approach to counselling falls under the category of humanistic psychology, which was founded by American psychologist Abraham Maslow (1908 – 1970) (cited Dykes 2010).
The four basic beliefs of the humanistic theory include the presence of a person, that person taking personal responsibility for their actions, and that person also believing that they are worthy. Lastly, that person will personally grow and understand. Carl Rogers believes that everyone needs to build self regard on their self concept - and then build unconditional positive regard. Unconditional positive regard when others demonstrate unconditional love. Rogers believes that psychologically healthy people enjoy life to the fullest.
And how they are affected by the world around them. Both positive and negative emotions (Anger, grief, and depression, self-esteem, trust, and share feelings) are significant negative and positive emotions that are impactful on our lives and the key to achieving equilibrium and wellness is to find balance between the two. Intellectual Wellness: is centered on learning and keeping the mind engaged in stimulating activities with new ideas for development, clear thinking, creatively, and critically. And keep the mind with learning new things. Spiritual Wellness: means that when our values and beliefs copy with our actions and we can live in a state of harmony, forgiveness, joy, discover your Life's Purpose, and able to speak comfortably about our personal values and beliefs.
The knowledge will help to keep them mentally engaged and focused when they are retired and they won’t feel bored. Example: Doing crosswords. They will be affected emotionally because they will be confident in joining new things and be able to try out things that they may not have tried out before. They will feel happy doing this and it will help to boost their self-confidence as a person. They will also feel proud of themselves whilst they are doing the activities because they will be proud of their progress
Unit R/602/3036 Unit 11 PRINCIPLES OF PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT IN ADULT SOCIAL CARE 1.1 Reflective practice is looking back over something you have done and thinking about how it went. You would reflect on what went well, what didn’t go so well and what you could improve on next time. 1.2 Reflective practice is very important as it improves services because people learn from their own experiences. People self-evaluate so they can set themselves higher targets which then helps them improve their skills and knowledge which leads to a continuously improved service. 1.3 Standards are set to the way we should be working.
As we all tap to the beat of our favorite song and smile when it makes us feel good we are all doing what we need to do to become healthier people. Music is not the only way to improve our well-being but it does help and with all the research and history we can see how it does help. A study conducted
I plan on living a much healthier and fulfilling life. I am the only one that has the power to change my life and thanks to this class I now have the knowledge and tools that I need to live a much healthier lifestyle. I just need to utilize them. I want to live as long as I can and be healthy so that I can play with and enjoy my grandkids. Being healthy will only increase my happiness and being happy is important to both my mental and physical well being.
A review of nursing interventions should plan for dealing with weight control, urges, physical cravings, and remarks from smoking friends. To help ease the passage through this stage, the clinician will reinforce “countering,” offering healthy substitutes and responses for past unhealthy habits. These positive reinforcers need not be expensive, but rewards boost self-esteem. People who reward themselves are more likely to succeed, and a positive cycle can be created. Ask the patient to set up a plan of rewards for big
I believe that life is a learning experience and being able to recognize our own strengths and weaknesses can help us become better individuals in anything we choose to do, whether it is positive abilities and skills that can help achieve our goals or negative personal areas that need improvement. Knowing yourself and what you can do, can help you recognize and overcome your weaknesses. One of my greatest strengths at work that I have recognized would have to be my ability to be a well-organized individual. I tend to write what I have to do down on paper and prioritize what is more important to least important. In doing this, it helps me organize and accomplish my work and meet deadlines that are important.