This will enable me to present my conclusion as to whether Person Centred Therapy offers the therapist all that is needed to treat clients. Counselling Course Assignment Can help client realise the solution but relies on them being able to be open and structured in their thinking and talking My experience in trying the person centred theory is that a client may not be able to structure their thoughts and just repeat themselves. An Introduced personality also does not always respond to open questions and clients may rely on counsellor for structure and some guidance. When practising this technique I found it limiting and the client (course colleague) was just repeating the same facts Advantages Client is given time to explore their problem and by articulating it they may become aware of aspects more clearly which can help them see a solution based on their experiences and lifestyle. Paraphrasing allows client to see that the counsellor is fully engaged and understand what they are saying.
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4222-202 Introduction to personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 1.2 Identify standards that influence the way the role is carried out The standards that influence the way that the role of my job are set regulations, legislations policies and procedures. Also asking advice from others that are working with me for advice as to how i could improve how I carry out my role 1.3 Describe ways to ensure that personal attitudes or beliefs do not obstruct the quality of work The ways I would ensure that my own personal attitudes and beliefs do not obstruct the quality of my work would be are to make sure that i am fully aware of any strong opinions that i have on certain subjects and make sure I keep them in check and realise that they are my own opinions and that i shouldn’t try to influence others I would also check with the other staff around me that I am doing this. 2 Be able to reflect on own work activities 2.1 Explain why reflecting on work activities is an important way to develop knowledge, skills and practice By reflecting on work activities it can help me to see ways that i could improve the ways that i do things may be by realising that if something didn’t work so well last time may be i could approach it differently next time to improve the outcome Be able to agree a personal development plan 3.1 identify sources of support for own learning and development The sources of my own support and learning development would be from my co workers, nurses and management and from any further training courses. I am going to have my yearly appraisal in the next few weeks so am hoping to gain alot from this 3.2 Describe the process for agreeing a personal development plan and who should be involved The people who I feel should be involved in my own personal development plan would be the senior carer, the clinical lead
Aii) a) It is important for a care worker to seek feedback so that they may improve the care they give, either by learning new skills or by learning how the manage their timing better when caring out the tasks need for the clients call. b) Some carers will soak up constructive feed back and look on it as a way to improve their own skills and thus improving the care they can give to all their clients. Other carers may feel feedback is a negative thing and that the care they are given is not looked on as good enough and this may leave them feeling hurt. c) Any worker whether in care or any industry should look on feed back as positive, if you are giving good care then pass on
201- 4.1 Q. Explain the term ‘confidentiality’ A. It means that whatever information you tell to a Service will not be passed on and the person you see won’t tell anyone that you’ve been to see him or her without your permission. It gets more complicated if you want to talk to the Service about something that he or she thinks may be harming you or someone else, like you’re being hurt by someone or someone is making you do something you don’t want to do. If that happens the Service will talk to you and try to persuade you to get help, but if you don’t agree the Service can get help without your permission if he or she thinks it’s best for you.
Patterns need to be considered, because the conditions within a family at times affect behavior development and personality. Understanding a client's past influences often helps uncover details that are insightful during treatment and can assist the clinician in treating the client. As a clinician, you need to establish a sense of how the client views themselves as a person, how they perceive their past, and who he or she would like to become in the future. According to the Adlerian theory, my role as a clinician would be to establish an understanding with the client, assess the client's circumstances, and use modeling to encourage the client in his or her efforts to reach their desired changed behavior. The function of
samantha carlin support individuals to meet personal care needs outcome 1 1 i would encourage an individual to communicate their needs,preferences and personal beliefs affecting their personal care by always involving them in desicion making such as for example asking them which way they like their hair brushed/styled or which outfit they would like to wear that day etc...always involving them so their opinion feel valued and respected. i would always encourage somebody to express their personal preferences so that i can put them into practice when carrying out personal care, if somebody can not communicate i would look through their care plan to see if they have any personal needs, preferences or beliefs than i can put into practice when carrying out personal care. 2 To establish the level and type of support an individual needs relating to their personal care, i would look in somebodies care plan to see what level of dependancy they need or i would ask an individual if they would like my help for example getting dressed, or getting washed. Or i would use oberservation such as somebody struggling to button up their shirt due to arthritis i would offer help to this person. 3 I would agree with an individual how privacy will be maintained during personal care by ensuring them that the door to their room will always be closed during personal care, i would constantly talk to them reassuring them and asking them what they were happy for me to do and not to do ensuring that their privacy is respected and that they know it is respected.
These theories assist counselors in communicating plans coherently of treatment goals for clients. A counselor may have many thoughts, ideas, or feelings about why clients seek therapy and how clients can learn to change. However, having a model or models as a guide can lead to success with treatment ideas for clients. More important, models are scientifically researched and have sets of values about why clients come to therapy and how clients can change. The educational path this writer explores requires studying helping skills and an in-depth look in to different models and goal of models.
To do this I should keep my training up to date, follow all policies and procedures set by employer in order to keep things safe. If I see something that is wrong my duty of care would be to report what I see happen i.e. whistle blowing. Also if I am told to do something I don’t feel comfortable doing or something not in my job description make sure I decline doing it as it’s my duty of care to only carry out duties I feel competent doing. Be aware of dilemmas that may arise about Duty of Care and the support available for addressing them 2.1 Describe dilemmas that may arise between the Duty of Care and an individual’s right You may have a case as a care worker where an individual may want to do something which could be a risk to their own health and safety.