This essay concentrates on Carl Rogers’ person centred approach suggesting that therapeutic conditions such as congruence, unconditional positive regard and empathy are key to successful personal counselling and growth. Along with this are the basic micro skills used in counselling such as attentive listening, paraphrasing, reflective responses, probing and summarising. It is essential to realise the importance of using basic counselling skills. According to Palmer (2000) in order to be an effective helper it is important that the skills are identified, understood, learned and practiced repeatedly. It is also critical to recognize that the “ use of counselling skills is properly associated with therapeutic, helping or healing ends and not with self centred agendas” ( p. 4).
Therefore, if the ethical code is followed by healthcare professionals, patient and/or family members can develop confidence in their standard of care. Representation of ethical code by healthcare professionals develops patient/family confidence and provides a positive community identity. How does the organization reflect ownership and practice of ethical standards? When ethical code is written well for interpretation, employees can better apply and practice. More importantly, the organization should provide training sessions to employees to enhance their comprehension of the ethical code and values within the entity.
Philosophy of Counseling Counseling is a professional relationship that empowers diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, education, and career goals. (ACA, 2010) Professional counseling is the application of mental health, psychological, or human development principles through cognitive, affective, behavioral, or systemic intervention strategies that address wellness, personal growth, or career development, as well as pathology and the primary purpose of counseling is to empower the client to deal adequately with life situations, reduce stress, experience personal growth, and make well-informed, rational decisions. (U.S. Dept. of Human Services, Mental Health, United States, 2002) As a counselor, I want to assist my clients in overcoming their problem(s) and provide them with the problem solving tools to conquer any future problems they may encounter. During this time, we will set short-term, long-term goals, and process goal to give us the direction of counseling and the purpose.
2) Malaysian Occupational Therapists Association (MOTA) Occupational therapy, often abbreviated as "OT", promotes health by enabling people to perform meaningful and purposeful occupations. These include (but are not limited to) work, leisure, self care, domestic and community activities. Occupational therapists work with individuals, families, groups and communities to facilitate health and well-being through engagement or re-engagement in occupation. Occupational therapists are becoming increasingly involved in addressing the impact of social, political and environmental factors that contribute to exclusion and occupational deprivation. 3) University of Southern California (USC) Occupational Therapy is a health care profession aimed at improving performance, preventing illness and disability, and promoting adaptation to life changes.
(Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, 2015) I feel this value will help Ms. Bichman in the fact that the programs she might be enrolled in will be structured and it keeps the persons personal recovery in mind. Now in the social work profession, they have a set of core values. These include service, social justice, dignity and worth of person, importance of human relationships, integrity, and competence. (Lancaster, 2015) According to Lancaster I feel the best two core values in the social work profession are as follows: * Dignity
Roger use these therapy in treating individual as a person to improve his quality of life. Carl establish supporting evidence that individual inductive knowledge as the fundamental healthful effect. He also states that the therapeutic process is substantial achievement made by the patient. He strongly believed that his structured analysis should be practice rather than the other way round. His persuasion for the improvement of care is based on sincerely felt or expressed in a genuine emotion in helping patient grief.
Watson’s Theories of Human Caring NUR /403Theories and Models of Nursing Practice Priscilla Ricardo Introduction. Watson defined therapeutic nurse-patient relationship as, “ Nurse’s are expected to portray and act professionally, legally and ethically in order to established an effective nurse-client relationship. The significance of an effective nurse patient’s relationship is critical to maintenance, promotion and recovery of patients in every aspect of life. It is central to meeting the patients care needs and therefore communication between the nurse and patients is the foundation on which this relationship is built. The techniques to establish a warm and mutual nurse-client relationship are vital to understand and needless to say important in practice in order to come up with healthy and quality outcome for the patient as well as the nurse.
Multicultural Counseling I. Professional counseling is a process during which the counselor and client develop an effective relationship, one that enables the client to work through difficulties. Being in the counseling field I think my working style of counseling is collaborative. I would like to empower clients to explore their inner wisdom, strengths and passions. It is my desire to support clients' efforts to gain insight and identify solutions for their areas of concern and believe that most of the answers lie within.
Knowing the job inside and out is very necessary for being the absolute best counselor to for the client. Keeping up to date on new standards, techniques, and tools will help not only counselor but the clients as well. I think that exploring all avenues of learning is going to be the most rewarding and effective way for a counselor to be proficient and well rounded. 2) 5.01 Integrity of the Profession (a) Social workers should work toward the maintenance and promotion of high standards of practice. (b) Social workers should uphold and advance the values, ethics, knowledge, and mission of the profession.
The experience and perceptions of the subjective inner world of a person and the one who cares for that person are of high value to Dr. Watson’s theory. According to Dr. Watson, “nursing is a human-to-human caring process that responds to each person’s unique inner world” (McNamara, 1995, p. 378). Dr. Watson’s Theory of Human Caring is a guide to assist nursing in goals to heal the inner self through; self healing, self actualization, self care, and to achieve harmony. Dr. Watson’s theory unlike many theorists includes caring for the caregiver not only the cared-for. The theory also provides a foundation to preserve and uphold the professional roots in nursing.