Asthma could affect Kate socially because she may not get to see her friends as much as she would like because of activities that involve exercise such as swimming. Her asthma may even prevent her from going to sleepovers with her friends in case of an asthma attack which could isolate Kate from her friends. Asthma- Adulthood Asthma could affect Kate physically because she may not be able to exercise as much because of getting out of breath and constant use of her asthma pump so it could cause her to put on weight or become overweight which could also lead to other diseases. Asthma could affect Kate intellectually because if Kate has a job she could miss time at work for things such as medical appointments or if she is too ill which could affect her pay or even put her job on the line. Asthma could affect Kate emotionally because asthma could really lower Kate’s self-esteem and cause her to have anxiety or make her depressed if she is overweight.
“A personalised induction will always be more effective”. Discuss. Base your answer on theoretical concepts and techniques presented in class. In this essay I will discuss whether personalised inductions are more effective that generic inductions. The essay will use class based theoretical concepts and techniques to for a conclusion on which induction would be more effective.
Human service workers need to be prepared for all situations, and have feedback on how well their programs are working. Typically, the next step in the program planning process is to evaluate the program. It is necessary to have a program evaluation because it brings the results to light. In order to meet the well defined goals and objectives of program planning, it is essential for human service programs to have feedback on the effectiveness of the services they are providing so they can continue to satisfy their consumers. Program evaluation is needed so workers can remove anything from their program that was not needed, or add more attention to another direction of the program.
Linda Potter A Personalised Induction Will Always Be More Effective Discuss This essay will explore the statement in the title that a personalised induction will always be more effective when used in the context of a Hypnotherapy session between Therapist and client. I will explore within this essay my own personal belief that personalising an induction is vitally important for the client. My reason for this belief is that I believe each person is unique and different in their own way. Therefore it is imperative to treat each person in an holistic or all round way. I will also discuss modalities, or the process that occurs when the brain receives information from our senses and how this represents itself internally.
| “A personalised induction will always be more effective”. Discuss | | | “A personalised induction will always be more effective” .Discuss This essay will focus on the statement “A personalised induction will always be more effective”, looking at theoretical concepts and techniques presented in the classroom, To understand the above statement better this essay will offer an explanation of Personalised Induction, and look at how a screed could be tailored to create this induction .A brief history of the practitioners whose work has been relevant in the development of these inductions will be discussed, and a conclusion will be drawn. What is a Personalised Induction? A personalised induction is a hypnotic
“A Personalised induction will always be more effective” Discuss. Base your answer on theoretical concepts and techniques presented in class. Introduction In order to be able to discuss the effectiveness of personalising an induction, it is important firstly that we explore what is meant by the term personal induction and define it clearly. On doing so, we can then look at the concepts involved in the process. The rest of this essay will focus on the arguments in favour of personalised inductions and the arguments against personalised induction, before drawing a conclusion.
In addition to the words we speak, our body language, tone and volume are far more important actions we use rather than words alone. We may not even realise how much our body works whilst we are speaking at times. It has been stated that in fact only 7% of our words are used in communication, tone and volume make up 38% and body language is 55% (II). In hypnosis, we do not have the ability to use our body language as our clients have their eyes closed so it is important that the correct wording is used to strengthen our messages and suggestions. To suit a client’s preferences and personality in a personalised induction we may have to adjust the words we use, the tone, the volume or our pace in order for the desired effects to be reinforced.
Attending a hypnosis session for the first time can be a scary thing because of all the mythology that a person probably has about hypnosis. Therefor this style is nurturing and is about giving a person choice by using words that are caring. For example, you might say to a person “You may or may not begin to notice that you’re breathing is beginning to relax”, or “you could make yourself as comfortable as possible”. These simple sentences are offering the client choice and making them feel in control and they will not feel a threat and there might not be implications to the conscious mind of the
Observation is the key to unraveling the depths of the patients personality and specifying the correct modality. Small but important methods such as the flamboyancy of the patients dress code, body language, speech pattern and style of speech can be noticed within a few minuets of meeting them. These physical attributes are very telling of the person and can be used when making a quick assessment and deciding on the preferred approach to therapy. Appearances are one useful method however this can be coupled with a more detailed assessment of the individuals personality traits. A skilled therapist can asses the patient quickly with the initial meeting however the more incite you have to a patients personality the stronger the therapy will be as the approach will be reinforced with more personal touches.
It allows us to become active thinkers and develop the ability to inquire and reflect on the societal concerns, interact and build connectedness with our life choices. Today I’d like to highlight reading practices as one of the key notions of critical Literacy. Every author constructs text for particular purposes and for a