Unit 4222-395 Outcome 1 1.1 Two way communication is one askes a question then the other responds for example. The main features of communication are a conversation one person talks the other listens and communes back if necessary. 1.2 Its important for two way communication with someone with sensory loss because they can feel alone isolated depressed and sometimes a conversation can make a big difference it can help there self-esteem may be get something off their chest even just get advice. 1.3 I need to be prepared to repeat what I say orally, in writing, or using multiple formats to communicate with the service user. I need to provide extra time for decision-making.
Three basic skills to empathetic understanding are paraphrasing, summarizing, and encouraging. Showing empathy lets the client know that the counselor understands and truly cares about their well-being. This paper will discuss how active listening is used in a therapeutic setting, give personal examples of active listening and describe ways it can be improved. Avoiding interruption is equally important as empathetic understanding. If a client gets “cut off” midway through a statement, it can either cause them to forget what they are saying or make them feel insignificant.
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.
3. Wisdom letters are good for group therapy and family counseling, True or False? 4. What are the different types of wisdom letters that can be used? Activity the class will receive A BAG with two examples of wisdom letter one is written by a counselor and one is written by a client about An apology about anoxeria.
2.1 You can do this by talking and listening to the person being cared for. 2.2 Look at their needs ie the right glasses on correct aids get training if needed understand there disabilities research places to take them. 3.1 It is important they understand and that the consent is informed consent. 3.2 In order to establish consent it is essential to make use of communication skills verbal(spoken and written) and non-verbal ( body language and facial expressions). 3.3 You can do this by seeing advice from your seniors and on the internet from appropriate bodies and social workers.
Love for people can also be a weakness because I have to intentionally draw boundaries to not become attached (especially with children). 3. Nervousness causes me to search for words a lot, as well as being in my head too much keeps me from being an active listener. Areas of Personal Growth Confidence- Increase confidence in counseling settings Listening Skills- Get out of my head and actively listen to the client Retaining Information- Remember what I have read or learned Action Plan 1. Confidence should become easier with practice.
Another alternative psychological treatment is the use of cognitive behavioural therapy. This involves educating the client about the illness and the process of the treatment. The therapist and client must establish a therapeutic relationship so that the bond of trust is developed. In some clients, rapport is developed by the therapist being genuine, respectful and empathic. During the therapy, the client must do homework and actively confront their own problems.
Other professionals Health and social care professionals need good communication skills to develop positive relationships which share information with other professionals for the benefit of the resident. Using the table below identify three examples of barriers to communication, and describe ways each barrier could be reduced Physical Barrier: Identifying the preferred method of communication and using appropriate method to establish communication. Methods are body language, gesture, touch, eye contact, facial expression, clear spoken language, or type talk, writing and drawings or pictures. Language differences: Providing interpreter or translator service. Using body language, gesture, drawing and picture.
Adding something during a conversation process can make the listener to miss some important parts of the message leading to wrong interpretation of information. A listener should make comments when the speaker has finished talking. During this time, the listener may opt to repeat what the speaker said using his or her own words to enable the speaker clarify any information that the listener got wrongly. If possible, people should observe active listening in all situations where communication is taking place. Effective communication is very important especially when the listener hopes to achieve an excellent work and personal relationship.
Learning Styles and Personality Types Knowing various types of learning styles and understanding which learning style fits your skill set will help to achieve your goals. One style of learning is intrapersonal. An intrapersonal style learner tends to need quiet time for studying and prefers working independently. They are known for having strong opinions but will evaluate issues before expressing an opinion. Intrapersonal style learner sometimes has issues with getting other people to understand their point of view.