• The therapist sets boundaries for the sessions as in the time limit, relationship level, and informs the client about all the confidentiality rules. Mostly limits regarding the topics or extent of discussion are set by both the client and therapist to make the client feel comfortable. • The client is considered the master of his or her own selves and are never led to any point or any particular direction anytime during the therapy by the therapist. • Therapists try to repeat what the client said in their own language as to make the client see his own ideas from a different perspective. • Therapists never make decisions for the client or give out a readymade solution.
All communication between a carer and client should be completely confidential and only shared with relevant colleagues. All communication between staff should be correct to ensure continuality of care at all times. Care plans should be up to date for staff to refer to this helps with continuity of care. 1.2. EXPLAIN HOW COMMUNICATION AFFECTS RELATIONSHIPS IN THE WORK SETTING When people communicate well with individuals in a work setting they usually feel satisfied.
You are not allowed to even think about hurting others let alone talk about it. Satya means truthfulness. You must always speak the truth and what you talk about can have no harmful effects on others. The next vow is Asteya, which means not stealing. You cannot take into possession anything that is not willingly offered.
Thirdly, the ensuing clarification and conversation will hopefully aid the rapport building process, which is so vital for successful treatment. Mr X will be beginning to put his trust and faith in me as a therapist, as someone who can provide him with the vehicle to escape his negative belief system, which appears to be deeply ingrained. Displaying a thorough understanding of the client’s issues are the foundation stones of rapport and ultimately success. Ethical Considerations At the initial consultation I would also ensure that I am ethically the correct person to be dealing with Mr X’s issues. * By checking his medical history, remembering neurosis not psychosis.
* Records should only be used for the purpose they were collected * Records should only be available to those who need to see them Outcome 2 2.1 When handling information we have to make sure that they are kept in safety at all times locked and protected and computers with information must be protected with passwords, only authorized entities are allowed to se the information. They must not be shared unless there is written consent from the service user, and the information must be shared in a safe environment and only discuss information with members of the staff that are important to perform their tasks. Not talk about other
All ways wash your hands before attending a service user before and after, and wear the protective aprons and gloves that are supplied by your work the duty is in exercising caution and to refrain from causing another person injury or loss. A duty of care is a legal obligation imposed on an individual requiring that they adhere to a standard of "reasonable care" while performing any acts that could foreseeable harm others. Aiii: When an employer adheres to the duty of care in a setting such as a residential care home it protects residents as well as the staff. This is because all codes of practice are carried out and makes the home a safer environment, for example: equipment is regularly checked, chemicals are stored correctly & staff trained regularly. Aiv: The duty of care contribute to safeguarding individuals by keeping them safe from any harm (sexual, emotional, financial and physical), vulnerable adult have a right to be safe and to be treated with respect and dignity.
Introduction to Duty Of Care Children's or Young People's Settings 1-1.1 Duty of Care is a legal obligation to work to the best interests of the service user and also to colleagues and yourself. You should always make sure that anything you do is not detremental to the wellbeing, health or safety of anyone, and only carry out actions that are within your own levels of competence, role and responsbility. 1.2 I should only carry out duties for which I have been trained and which are within my job description, and refuse to do anything I am not competent to do. I am responsible for my own decisions, and ultimately accountable for all my actions. I must work within the standards of care, and codes of practice provided by my company.
It is important to give the patient their own time alone as everyone needs time alone to think, this also teaches them how to think on their own without having someone there to talk it out with first. Also some service users may want to keep some information to themselves as they do not feel comfortable sharing it, it is necessary that the service worker respects this. The most important issue with privacy is, whether they are disabled or not, some service users wish to be alone when they are being toileted, so it is best to ask for your presence. The social worker needs to show upmost respect to giving the service
They should never have to fit in with you or your employer. Individuals should be allowed and supported to make their own choices. Care and support needs should be tailored to suit each individual. This shows respect by preserving the individual’s dignity and individuality. Their personal beliefs should be respected.