M2- Self awareness is the ability to know myself, my abilities, limitation and what is my personality is like. Self awareness is a very important tool to have as it helps me to be conscious of my limits and areas for further development. It is hard to do this with a friend because we may not want the friend to know who we really are. Before we can professionally help others as counsellors, we need to be self aware. This is because of the nature of the role of counsellors.
Interaction with others is vital in all aspects of life whether it be at home, in the work place or out in public. I believe communication is an ongoing process and society can only get better at it the more we learn and grow. What also intrigues me about communication is the numerous ways we are able to communication with each other. When thinking about what communication is, it is hard not to instantly think about two or more people having a conversation. However actions play a major role in communication, which I think is often overlooked.
We have different likes and dislikes, come from different cultural backgrounds and will have been brought up in environments that have provided us with different outlooks, values and perspectives. As we learnt in the previous module, when we use hypnosis with a client we are working with the subconscious mind so in order to achieve the best chance to success we need to do our utmost to assist our clients to realise the most beneficial state possible. There are several techniques that we can employ that alter the language we use to suit the personality and individuality of the client and this is what we are going to be studying in this
Self directed support expands those opportunities e nabling and encouraging individuals to explore the possibilities that are present within their communities. Since they are able to spend their money in ways that they now choose, they are able to take part in events and activities that previously may have been unavailable. When someone has had limited experience, in may be difficult for others to enable them to take risks. However, opportunity also includes the ability to take risks, to make mistakes and to grow from them. Support - Support is a keystone to making self directed sup port work.
This can be resolved by the expansion of resources. Being innovative and using other resources could possibly be what is needed for the team to pull things together appropriately. There are other strategies used to deal with conflict as managers that need to support effective work groups or teams. A strategy that is popular among management when dealing with conflict resolution is authoritative command. This means that management uses authority to control the situation and eliminate the problem causing the conflict.
It is important to keep a balance of the important things in one’s life otherwise, weaknesses can be developed that shadows over a person’s natural strength to prioritize. A balance of the important things in one’s life is what allows personal success to be achieved. Successfulness is the ability to seize new opportunities and explore new paths in life. Balance is the key to success because when there is balance in one’s life there is a cut back of stress, which makes room for the ability to thrive; and a person’s ability to thrive is what carries them to their personal success. To be successful is to understand what is important to you, to recognize your weaknesses without hiding behind them, to strive for balance as well as open new doors in life.
Explain their own philosophical approach to counselling Where I am in my training I feel that I have a good understanding of the person centred approach to counselling. At the moment I don’t feel I have a deep enough knowledge of the other theories to relate to them. Person centred approach appeals to me for a number of reasons; firstly I believe that each person has within them the ability to become the best possible version of them. I feel that this is an important part of the theory. “The actualising tendency refers to the tendency in all forms of organic life towards more complex organisation, the fulfilment of potential, and in human beings, the actualisation of the whole person including the persons self” (Merry 2002).
SHC31-1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate. There are many different reasons as to why people communicate. Some of the key reasons are as follows; Building new relationships, showing your self-confidence, introducing new things, Making yourselves and the other person more comfortable and starting to gain Trust as you begin to build up trust. Gaining and reassurance is key when trying to build relationships as it is vital To know that you have that level of security and are able to acknowledge Information and remembering things within a maintained relationship. At certain times physical reassurance is needed just giving somebody a cuddle Or holding them when they need comfort these actions are shown through physical
301 cert – Principles of communication Its important to encourage communication within work place. This means allowing the individuals to express themselves and understand the communication of others. For this to be effective you must recognise that each person in unique meaning there will be differences in the way each person communicates. There are different influences that affect communication such as cultural differences, language differences. Specific needs such as physical difficulties can influence a person ability to communicate, always be sensitive to the specific needs of the individual so communication is encouraged from the start.
Effective Communication By Nikia Walker CJA/304 Interpersonal Communications January 19, 2014 Derrick Horton From the minute we communication plays a vital role in our development. Communication skills are something that we are all born with, but we learn how to communicate our feelings and reactions differently depending on the situations we are faced with. There are two forms of communications, and they are verbal and non-verbal. Verbal communication is the conveying messages, ideas, or feelings through the use of mouth. According to Pritchett, verbal and nonverbal communication have to do with tone of voice, facial expressions, posture, and general demeanor broadcast messages to those with whom they interact.