Hobson believes that because problems in our life are usually through interpersonal relationships, we should resolve these problems through a therapeutic relationship. The quality of the relationship is crucial for the effectiveness of the therapy. PIT consists of several interlinking components, of which include ‘explanatory rationale’ and ‘staying with feelings’. A potential strength of PIT is that it is just as effective if not more so than current treatments at improving depressive symptoms. Research support comes from Elkin, who found that when compared to CBT, PIT is just as effective at treating depression.
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The authors clearly point out the specific problem to be discussed and key terms are identified. Research is properly cited and current, relevant research is used as well. Direct quotations are used only when appropriate and are limited. Critique of Research Questions The researchers are trying to explore the connection between certain behaviors and emotions to the abuse of substances in clients. Precisely, the researchers are exploring the effects of the forgiveness therapy on these particular types of behavior such as anger and depression.
I would do the Beck’s Depression Inventory with her to determine the severity of the problem. I would do a mental exam on her to determine the severity of the Alzheimer’s. - Clinician Characteristics To be best able to work with Mrs. Sanders I would have to show her that I cared, show empathy, as well as a desire to help her. I would have to be able to motivate her and promote her continued independence. I would need to be structured, creative, and positive to help her find ways to deal with the Alzheimer’s.
Evaluation Plan Restorative justice programs have been effective in the use of victim offender mediation processes. But not all the victims and offenders are having their needs met. An evaluation of such programs may help us to further understand why those needs are not being met. Then, we can be able to create or suggest better ways of implementing such a program in other to meet its intended aims and goals. “According to Posavac (2011), “Program evaluation is a methodology to learn the depth and extent of need for a human service and whether the service is likely to be used, whether the service is sufficiently intensive to meet the unmet needs identified, and the degree to which the service is offered as planned and actually does help people in need at a
Self-forgiveness is similar to interpersonal forgiveness, for which there is much more literature available, but self-forgiveness is classified as intrapersonal forgiveness. Interpersonal forgiveness involves forgiveness from the offender to the person offended, therefore interpersonal. On the other hand, self-forgiveness is intrapersonal because it does not involve another person but rather one-self. Hall and Finchman attempted to show the similarities and differences between these two forms of forgiveness by providing a chart, which seems to be a very informative and useful chart. The most important observation is the fact that the person must first acknowledge the wrong done and then accept responsibility before the process of self-forgiveness begins.
Some of the most important components a victim needs and desires are to feel safe, to have support and most importantly to have a voice. Through Restorative justice victims’ are empowered to participate effectively in conversation or some sort of meditation with offenders. With this in place, it allows the victims to take hands on role in directing the type of meeting that takes place, as well as defining the responsibilities and obligations of offenders. “Offenders are likewise encouraged to participate in this exchange, to understand the harm they have caused to victims, and to take active responsibility for it. This means making efforts on their parts to set things right, to make amends for their violations, by committing to certain obligations, that
Challenging Behaviour in Dementia A person centred approach Maria Mulhall Exact word count: 3,052 This paper will discuss the nature of challenging behaviour displayed by a person with dementia. The writer will give a personal account of a client with dementia whosebehaviour was challenging for the care giver. The writer will discuss person centred approaches to care and indicate literature and research to support same. The writer will use Trudy as a case study to outline the implementation of a person centred approach to meet individual needs. In doing this the writer will discuss effective care and therapies and how they were used to improve Trudy’s care and quality of life.
Effective communication in Health and social care settings is fraught with difficulty In this essay I will evaluate the role of communication while referring to the theories and will assess the barriers that we need to overcome. Effective communication is when the listener restates what they have heard in their own words and asks questions to show that they have listened. Rogers says that by actively listening you can demonstrate empathy “Developed by psychologist, Carl Rogers, Active listening is defined as listening to someone attentively in order to effectively receive the message that the speaker is trying to convey “(http://www.studymode.com/essays/Active-Listening-Paper-1085440.html, Robertson, 2005). Effective communication can affect
2) Discipleship Counseling Through the use of personal and professional experiences, Dr. Neil T. Anderson (2003) lays the foundation for future counselors to use as a guide to reach mentally ill individuals in his book Discipleship Counseling (Anderson, 2003). This instructional piece gives current and future counselors the instruction and information needed to reach out and counsel the spiritually oppressed. Anderson (2003) breaks this piece of literature down into three main focuses: defining and understanding mental health; counseling the spiritually oppressed; overcoming false guidance, deception, bitterness and rebellion—and helping others experience freedom in Christ. Discipleship Counseling also gives the reader a better understanding of how discipleship counseling works and shows them the basis of