It is thought that the best way to prevent re-offending is re-integration.” Processes of this nature are sometimes all the victim wants. It allows them to move forward with their lives. Not to be mistaken there is a difference between restorative justice and forgiveness. Forgiveness is sometimes just treated as an emotion per say where as the restorative justice process is used to involve all stakeholders as noted above. It allows
Lawrence Crabb claims that the goal of counseling should be psychological and spiritual maturity. Counselors should also seek to assist their clients in reaching their full potential for a life of service. He explains that this accomplished through the counseling relationship. This relationship will vary from client to client. Despite the variations amongst all individuals, Crabb believed that it is important to “abstract a game plan” (Crabb, 1986, p.149) which can be applied to a wide range of situations.
I am going to explore the core conditions that Carl Rogers uses in his theory of person centred counselling. There are three core conditions: congruence, empathic understanding and unconditional positive regard. These conditions are what Carl Rogers believed are the skills a counsellor needs in order to be able to support the client in their process of healing themselves. I am then going to use my own experiences to discuss why I feel that only using the person technique, for certain clients, may not be sufficient to make the progress they require on an emotional level. On the other hand I am going to discuss how learning the person centred approach has affected my personal and work life in a positive way.
In dementia care is a key aspect of best practice. It is a way of caring for a person with learning difficulties or disabilities as an individual with unique qualities. It means looking at the world from the person’s point of view ‘seeing the world through their eyes’ as it were and appreciating how they may be feeling. Instead of treating all of our service users with learning difficulties or disabilities the same – it makes the care you give ‘individual’. It encourages the individual to do as much for themselves as possible, it makes the most of the person’s strengths.
Additionally, developing self-awareness helps the client to rediscover meaning in life. Some clients will, however, need a more structured therapy than is typical in a humanistic person-centered approach. One of the strengths of using a humanistic/person-centered approach when working with clients is the warmth and caring of the relationship that (hopefully) develops between counsellor and client. The counsellors active listening and full emotional availability will provide them with a healing environment within which they can explore their emotional experiences safely and without judgment. Central to the therapist's role in client-centred therapy is respecting the clients values as well as maintaining a therapeutic nonjudgmental attitude.
The client will learn to show empathy and warmth toward him self and anyone involved. Additionally, the therapist may choose to implement another method of people centered therapy by encouraging client to use self direction and focusing on the here and
Rogers though that everyone holds a different concept of self, called the ‘ideal self’ this is how we would like to see ourselves, what we admire to be. For example some girls may see Cheryl Cole as an admirable figure and they would like to be her but when we sort through our differences, it can make us feel sad and angry. Rogers went on to create counseling called unconditional positive regard to help an individual seeking counseling to feel more positive about themselves. It’s counseling where the therapist should help the individual to feel better about them. Throughout this method of counseling, the service user begins to accept themselves for who they are and begin the gain a sense of worthiness.
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This unusual self-help book about surviving grief offers the reader comfort and inspiration. Each of us will face some loss, sorrow and disappointment in our lives, and The Courage to Grieve provides the specific help we need to enable us to face our grief fully and to recover and grow from the experience. Although the book emphasizes the response to the death of a loved one, The Courage to Grieve can help with every kind of loss and grief. Judy Tatelbaum gives us a fresh look at understanding grief, showing us that grief is a natural, inevitable human experience, including all the unexpected, intense and uncomfortable emotions like sorrow, guilt, loneliness, resentment, confusion, or even the temporary loss of the will to live. The emphasis is to clarify and offer help, and the tone is spiritual, optimistic, creative and easy to understand.