Explain how each may positively or negatively impact clients, counselors, and mental health counseling practice. Manage heath care is the middleman that all the furniture commercials say they are trying to eliminate. Their job is to dictate which services should and should not be paid for by a third party payer. Many services that are needed by clients are not covered by managed care organizations (MCO’s) and this breeds possible corruption. If a patient needs treatment but they are not covered, that may motivate a counselor to place an incorrect billing code on an invoice to get paid for an non-covered service.
Managing the relationship - Discussion, skills and self reflection sheet As a trainee therapist [and qualified] you will encounter resistant clients in your helping role. This may range from clients repeatedly missing sessions [cancelled or not cancelled], the frequently late client and the client who 'forgets' to pay. Task: To meet the above criterion, you are required to manage the helping interaction and demonstrate the skills necessary to undertake these difficult situations. In small groups of three you will practise the given scenarios, and discuss afterwards. Session should be no less than 15/20 minutes.
Developmental psychology is another important course I took. I did not realize how beneficial that course was until I started working in a clinical setting. Many of the unhealthy behavior patterns clients come in with were developed as a result of specific events that took place in the early years of their life. After have worked in a clinical setting the last couple of years I can guess the kind of childhood a client had just by observing him/her for a couple of days. Another extremely important course I took was Clinical Psychology.
The remark the nurse made was also inappropriate and shows she did not have the patient or family’s satisfaction in mind. NURSING SYSTEMS & LEADERSHIP QUALITY 3 References Cherry, B., & Jacob, S. R. (2008). Quality improvement and patient safety. In (Ed. ), Contemporary nursing (4 ed.
Prior to this, Beth had lived in residential care since the age of twelve. Beth became known to social services due to being sexually abused by her father. Beth currently has a social worker whom she has been working with for the past two years. During one of their meetings, Beth mentioned that she felt that she did not have many friends and would like to meet new people. Beth’s social worker arranged for Beth to attend a day care centre, which Beth has been attending for the past eight weeks.
Sue clearly didn’t want to take the time to help Betsy learn anything and resented the time it was going to take to do so. I think when someone has a negative attitude it will come through in their speech, actions, behaviorisms and can translate to those around them. Betsy could have been sensitive to these negative feelings coming from sue and in turn set off some negative emotions. 2. Clearly there are abuse issues: 1.
Whether or not this was in the protagonist’s hands, the morals and ethics of everyday society are challenged. These issues are divided into three categories, personal issues, family issues, and the community itself. In “Mirror Image”, the personal ethical issues that arise are ones that mostly relate to her insecurity of being herself, if this was really her, this is best shown through “She didn’t ask the question that immediately came to her, but the words rang in her mind: who did you see?” She’s constantly in a struggle of trying to find herself, it could easily be compared to finding a needle in a haystack. This happens too in John, the protagonist of John Q, as he does not know what he’s doing is right or wrong and he blames himself for being a fool during his conversation with his son. He knows that he has to save his son but by doing so, he’s involving those around him.
This paper will address why Jerry is not qualified to refill any prescription medication. If Jerry is protected if a lawsuit is filled. Jerry’s decision is a tough one, legal and ethical issues and advice will be provided for Jerry’s use. Jerry’s medical training does not qualify him to issue a refill order as well as the pharmacy law. A licensed practical nurse is below a registered nurse level and not even an RN can do this.
A month passes by, and then her parents are confronted with Jane’s assessment scores at parent-teacher conferences. For the one-on-one portion of the assessment, Jane scored an “above standard” score, but for the computer portion of the assessment, Jane scored a “below standard” score. These assessment scores have now placed Jane in a group considered high risk, and her parents are being counseled about special education options. A standardized test is "any test that's administered, scored, and interpreted in a standard, predetermined manner." (ProCon.org 2013) These tests are
Name: Mabel Owiredu A. Date: 7/4/2013 Ethical Dilemma: #2 Question 1: Keeping in mind the facts of this situation, discuss Lavonda’s situation in terms of legal and ethical issues. Answer: Ethical issues are issues that arise typically because of conflicts among individuals’ personal moral philosophies and values, the values and culture of the organizations in which they work, and those of the society in which they live. On the other hand legal issues are issues In Lavonda’s situation, some of the legal and ethical issues may include: Sexual harassment: This can be defined as any repeated, unwanted behavior of a sexual nature perpetrated upon one individual by another. It may be verbal, visual, written, or physical and can occur between people of different genders or those of the same sex.