In order to ensure the best learning environment and wellbeing for the child it is essential for the practitioner to uphold professional relations with the child’s guardians and other colleagues. Most nurseries have specific policies regarding how they keep relations with the child’s parents. As a learner it is important you indicate this to the parent if they ask you a question or have a query so then you can pass them on to a member of staff. The reason this relationship between staff and parent is important is because the parent needs to be informed on a regular basis on how their child is progressing as it is important the child is meeting their needs, also parents maybe sending their child to a private nursery and they are concerned if the money they are paying is having an impact on their child’s development. By having regular contact with the parent, staff can arrange meetings with the parent to discuss the Child's progression and how they can improve working conditions with the child.
Not only do they need a parent, but also they need a good one. Parents shape and mould their children into something they want them to be. They instil morals and values that they wish their children could someday possess, like honesty, trustworthiness, compassion, and respect. Those attributes are some characteristics of what we all wish our children had, but that’s up to the parents to make it happen. So, if parents are the key to ensuring a well-rounded teenager, what type of parenting style could get the job done efficiently?
Confidentiality is imperative to building trusting relationships with the children, their families and even other staff and professionals. It is important that you are approachable to parents and guardians and that they are able to put their trust in you, e.g. Parents sometimes feel the need to inform practitioners about a sensitive subject that had upset their child. Although other members of staff may need to know that the child may be upset, they don’t necessarily need to know why. If this trust is breached and you were to tell somebody, the word of the situation could spread quickly and eventually get back to the child/parent, upsetting them even further.
Self-Esteem A. Always encourage; never discourage B. Discuss the importance of acceptance with parents C. Encourage children in order to help build their self esteem These topics of discussion are often overlooked by parents alone, but with the communication and support of the teacher, parents are no longer feeling overwhelmed. We as teachers know the importance of modeling. When parents and teachers model appropriate behaviors, children are learning how to do the same.
2.2 Explain and demonstrate key relationship building strategies and/or skills involved in working with parents in partnership - Good first impression: This is important to build a good relationship and ensure you both know what is expected of each other when working in partnership - Setting by time: Ensure we always have the time to discuss any needs or concerns with parents when the need it - Value their opinions: make sure the parents know that we value their opinions; have feedback sheets for parents to fill in or listen to the parents when they bring us concerns. - Parents are experts: experts on their own children, make sure they know this and that we
These changes can sometimes be normal. I would find out if there is any pattern to her tantrums, seeing if they match certain activities. These questions have to be approached in a compassionate manner so that the parents do not have to be guarded in their answers. Breaking up the questioning with more casual conversation will help them to remain relaxed throughout the interviews. Other information would revolve around the parent’s marital status and their relationship.
As a human service professional, you would have to in the case of Cynthia encouraging the unique value and also characteristics of human services. You would have to uphold the integrity and also ethics in order to promote the clients greater well-being and also enhance your own personal growth in the process. I would in this case as a professional refer the family to do family counseling in order to work through their problems. I would first as a professional respect their right to confidentiality but inform the client of the limit to confidentiality before the relationship is
Therapy will help Amy to develop new perspectives and life skills so that she can free herself from habitual patterns of anxiety, depression, and self-criticism. It will also help her to reclaim her sense of personal power and learn to take responsibility and move forward in her life rather than feeling stuck, helpless and hopeless. Therapy will help her to feel better about herself, feel more at peace; it will reduce stress last but not least help her to work through problems with a skilled and compassionate professional. ( Benefits of Individual Therapy 2012) Every individual is, in part, a product of the environment they grew up in. Family plays an important role in our emotional, physical and spiritual development since each individual in the family system impacts and is impacted by the others.
Our health, education, and court advocate services caters to those who need help in either area of their journey to being independent and also becoming the victor, and no longer be a victim. The health segment is designed to help victims deal with their physical and mental health issues. Domestic violence can leave victims with broken bones, bruises, scars, and dealing with any mental problems they might experience. Health is crucial because it is one's livelihood and can shape the rest of someone’s future. Secondly, comes the education services, and this segment strives to help women who are going back or want to go back to school reach their goal and get a degree in something they like doing.
The skills a social worker should have are verbal, nonverbal, listening, communication, advocacy and assessment therapeutic. Having good communication skills is a great component to have so the client can feel comfortable with you while counseling. Nonverbal skills are also important to have so the client is aware that you are engaging in the conversation at hand, and actually care on an emotional level. Listening is important, so you can understand and assess what the client is going through. Social workers need to be advocates for their clients that are unaware of the resources out there to help them in their time of need.