4.4 How to promote the understanding and use of active participation: Including: * discussions, * providing information about the benefits of participation, * asking colleagues or next of kin to provide encouragement, * empowering individuals etc. 5.1 Different approaches to support an individual to make informed choices by providing them with all relevant information ensuring it is accurate; avoiding making assumptions and allowing own prejudices to influence the choice and giving them plenty of time and space as possible to allow individual to make a choice. Also by asking next of kin to offer encouragement and advice to the individual and consulting experts. 5.2 Supporting an individual to question and challenge decisions concerning them that are made by others by encouraging them to speak with confidence. Also by helping them seek additional opinions, by using active listening.
Module Three, 2,167 words “Why is the initial consultation so important? What factors will an ethical therapist cover at this time? In our everyday life, communication is very important either verbally or non-verbally. We build trust and rapport when we communicate in any form of relationship either casual or meaningful we can learn a lot about each other just by talking and listening. We are then very used to communicating with gestures as well as words and in the case of hypnosis, we are in a position that words will have to suffice.
This reduces the possibility of mistakes being made and ensuring an appropriate care service. It’s also important to work as a team with your colleagues, so that you all work to achieve the same outcome. 1.3- Explain why it is important to observe an individual’s reactions when communicating with them Communication is a two way process, it’s about sending a message and knowing if the receiver has understood and processed the message properly. In order to be effective with providing care and support you need to learn to be a good communicator, people communicate through; speaking, body language, facial expressions, dress, position and gestures. You need to be able to recognise what is being used to communicate and be able to communicate back without always having to use words.
Aiii a) To see whether they understand what has been said, by looking at someone who may have communication difficulties, we can learn their body language. By identifying the kind of their difficulties ( hearing impairment, speech problems) we maybe able to provide the aid they need. b) To see if there are any changes in their body language, facial expression or tone of voice we may find that they may be anxious, angry, frustrated etc. which could suggest safeguarding (abuse) issues. Aiv a) to avoid misunderstanding we need to know the best way of communication with our clients and if they need communication aids (hearing aid, glasses, sign book).
It was one night his mom was watching the children and I thought he said we had to pick them up Miscommunication can start so easily, you could be talking or someone could be talking to you and you get distracted and you didn’t hear all of what the person was saying and that could lead to miscommunication. I told my ex-husband at the time that I was sorry for misunderstanding him and we need to listens to each other carefully. I work in a field where communicating properly is very important I speaks to parents day in and day out so therefore I must listen carefully to what each parent is saying to avoid miscommunication mishaps. There are times when we get parents in the center that hears what they want to hear, and when you’re communicating with them and it’s not what they want to hear you then have communication
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.
* Body Language: Developing encouraging body language (can take some practice) * Asking Questions: Asking questions - open and closed - is an important part in counselling skills. They can help a person open up. * Paraphrasing: Paraphrasing is when you, the listener, restate succinctly and tentatively what the speaker said - conveying empathy. * Summary: A summary, in counselling, is when you focus on the
2.3 Sometimes we need to seek advice externally from someone such as a psychologist, music therapy, occupational therapist, speech and language therapist to be able to improve our communication with a client. Sometimes a client can ask or demonstrate things which we don’t understand, this is why it is so important to have good communication amongst the staff working with that client 3.2 I continue to develop my skills for listening, questioning and explaining to improve ways of communicating effectively by using simple words in short sentences and speaking slower and allowing processing time. If the barriers of communication continue to be a problem then I will use body language and/or touch to help. Trying to understand the point of view of or held by another person can also reduce barriers to communication 3.3 The simplest way to check if communication has been understood is to ask the client, in my work setting the client I support will usually give a nod, or show you an open palm. This is their way of telling me they have understood myself 4.2 Confidentially is a day to day necessity, the information which we give one another is only shared with those who directly work with he client unless it is needed for advice for an external body.
Letter of Advice Princess J. Bolen Com 200 Interpersonal Communications Instructor Lisa Rollins March 11, 2013 Dear Oscar and Judy, I would like to start by congratulating the both of you on your recent engagement to one another. Marriage is a very serious commitment to one another and you must enter into it with great understanding and willingness to effectively communicate with each other. I personally wish you both the best and want to emphasize to you that effective communication is important in any relationship for it to grow and succeed. I am writing you this letter to give you the basic steps and guidelines to a healthy relationship. I truly believe that you will have all the foundation and knowledge to help you off to a great
He then asked Jim to set up a session with just Serena and himself so he could tell Jim his side of the story. Jim called him and Serena’s mom separately, and said that the next meeting would have to be with both adults and no child because the reason for treatment was so far removed from the nonsense that was going on. Jim felt he was being ineffective because of the difficult place they put him in. It is not an ethical violation to tape a session, but in this case it was an ethical concern because of what it was being used for. Serena’s father wanted to use it in court against her mother for personal gain.