NVQ level 3 Unit 302 1.Explain what reflective practice is Reflective practice means: we explore why and who we practice; thinking back over a situation or activity; developing a different approach; gaining insight into a new way of learning. 2.Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided Reflective practice is important because we can focus on what has worked well and what needs to be improved. Helps us develop greater self-awareness and consider new approaches and learning. And enable a different approach to be applied. 3.Explain how standards inform reflective practice in adult social care Standards inform reflective practice by informing own learning, helping one to think about professional accountability, enabling professional development, providing a way of identifying what is required for good practice.
Reframing – Brandee Lopez Reframing is a tool used “to facilitate change and break dysfunctional patterns” (Parrott, 2003, p. 378). Those who utilize family therapy services are in need of assistance in changing behaviors within the family system. Reframing helps individuals be able to re-label the problematic issues in order to see them in a more positive and functioning way. Furthermore, “reframing changes the meaning attributed to a behavior without changing the behavior, and this altered perspective changes the family system” (p. 378). Once this person is able to change his or her perspective, he or she is able to understand why the other person has that specific behavior.
This allowed Mrs. Sharp the opportunity to set the tone and feel more comfortable when telling her story. This also allowed me the time to assess and relate to the client. (Murphy & Dillon, 2011) Due to the stress that this person has been under, the best way to establish a working relationship with her is to allow her to say what she needs to say and watch for her reactions to her answers. If you allow the client to direct the way that the interview goes, she might be able to open up more and share her experiences on her own terms and that will lessen the stress she feels about what happened
Mainly I suggest this because she has been motivated to pursue her studies in psychiatry due to her own experiences in the field. Jamison is realistic about what happens during each phase of this disorder and she makes suggestions in each of her books to her readers that are realistic and able to be followed by any Dick or Jane. In her book, “An Unquiet Mind”, Jamison suggests that we all try to look at this mood disorder as not a dysfunction, but instead a part of a person that helps to make them unique and define who they really are deep inside. She is confident in the fact that bipolar disorder can be managed and that patients with this disorder can live a healthy, and semi-normal
So I thought it would be good to have a BS Degree you never know what these facility’s has to offer some one who is well rounded. Summary A counselor has a few options as to what setting they would like to work in. Having a BS degree will produce more opportunities I ask Darra what made her want to become a counselor. She stated again that she stared off working for a battered women shelter and she wanted to do more for the clients, so she became a counselor.to have more interaction with them, to lead them, and reprogram them. I thought to myself she has a sincere compassion for individuals.
I can also relate to Ho’s theory of internalized culture, which suggests that the formations of our worldviews are influenced by eternalized culture (Jones-Smith, 2012). Ho’s theory suggests that effective multicultural counseling is based on the counselor’s ability to go beyond the boundaries and limitations of his or her personal culture (Jones-Smith, 2012). I think this is necessary in order to look beyond personal beliefs and experiences in order to help a wide range of
I love girls." This is how the Center Grove student revealed that she was a lesbian. It was the beginning of her journey of trying to explain herself and her sexuality to her family and friends. To homosexual youth, the experience of revealing their sexuality to their families can range from entering into a new understanding with their loved ones to dealing with their complete shock and disapproval. "My mom was pretty accepting," Alexa said.
After reading the entire essay, it is clear that the general topic of “On Being a Cripple” is to be content and proud of what you do or do not have. By not calling herself ‘disabled,’ she shows great respect for the fact that she is able to do many things. She does not always let her Multiple Sclerosis (MS) keep her from being herself on a daily basis. Although she admits to having her bad days, she is defiant in the fact that this disease is just a part of life. We all go through life.
However the recent decline in staff means that it is not always possible for us to go out on the community leave that I havee worked so hard to get from ther MOD, which makes mme angry and frustrated and some what withdrawn from my recovery programme I believe exercise a very good way of lifting my mood if I am feeling down or angry I also believe going to my therapeutic groups very helpful as it helps me express feelings which I might not be able to speak about without them e.g. exploring emotions is very good for achieving this Get me out on community leave as ad when stated Social needs Social health
Moreover each stage explain what did it bring to me. The early periods of time are mostly constructed from my mother's memories because I was not able to memorize these things. In the end, understanding of these stages helped me to look at my life from different prospective and to start appreciating many things and people again because they are worth it. Eight Erikson's stages of psychosocial development As I was searching for my sources I found an interesting quote of Erik Erikson: “Hope is both the earliest and the most indispensable virtue inherent in the state of being alive. If life is to be sustained hope must remain, even where confidence is wounded, trust impaired” (Cherry, n.d) .