The second reasons to why we are studying different learning styles is because of personal reasons such as to improve your self-confidence and self-esteem, to learn how best to use your brain which can never be a bad thing, gain insight into your strengths and weaknesses, learn how to enjoy learning more, develop your motivation for learning and maximising your natural abilities and skills. Learning Styles Theories The different learning style theories there are to enhance you learning skills are VAC, Belbin, Kolb, Gardener and Honey and Mumford. The VAC (VAK or VARK) learning style theory is one of the most common and widely used categorisations of the various types of learning styles
Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults:- A positive relationship is one which will benefit the child, young person or adult and aid in their ability to gain positively from their environment. If you wish to have positive relationships you must remember you are a role model when working with children, young people and adults. A role model must be mindful, demonstrating daily your own effective communication skills with others. When communicating with others you must be considerate of how and when you approach them, you do not know what may be happening in their personal life. Positive relationships enable information to be communicated far more effectively.
Additionally, developing self-awareness helps the client to rediscover meaning in life. Some clients will, however, need a more structured therapy than is typical in a humanistic person-centered approach. One of the strengths of using a humanistic/person-centered approach when working with clients is the warmth and caring of the relationship that (hopefully) develops between counsellor and client. The counsellors active listening and full emotional availability will provide them with a healing environment within which they can explore their emotional experiences safely and without judgment. Central to the therapist's role in client-centred therapy is respecting the clients values as well as maintaining a therapeutic nonjudgmental attitude.
People would feel that they have nothing for themselves. Terrorism does not give anyone the right to take away a person who has not done anything rights to privacy. I think that is what my main issue is. PRIVACY! I just hope that none of us ever have to deal with this issue.
A love that develops from a friendship usually prevents a lot of disappointments because you already know a lot about that person. Logical love is helpful in determining a partners’ potential in the relationship. This type of love is important in my life because it’s helped me to determine what kind of person I’m able to see myself with in the
Supporting people with dementia is important the most vital part is assisting them to enjoy their life as much as possible supporting them to carry on with hobbies and interests as enabling them to have as much independence as possible by giving them choice and the chance to make decisions. Communicating with people with dementia can be difficult but remaining patient and being clear in what you saying is important , as sometimes the person you are communicating with can be confused or upset. Using their name or preferred form of address is best and knowing what you are talking about so you do not become confused yourself will help. Other things may make communicating harder these could be physical disability such strokes cancer of the mouth area and cerebral palsy and injury to the jaw as well as things like Bells Palsy. Can hinder or prevent people speaking.
I think the humanistic-encouraging trait is important because like any other leader, people must trust you, set goals that are attainable, learn how to resolve issues in a constructive manner, and encourage your followers. I enjoy listening to people’s problems and helping them think positive and find the healthiest or best solution. I am normally the person my friends come to when they need to talk to someone. I believe as a manager a person must have a sense of how a person is and deal with each person individually if needed so each person as an understanding of what is the mission is. Controlling as a manager is something I believe I will have to work on.
If I was to do personal centred care then this would definitely reduce the risk of abuse purely because I would have a greater understanding and knowledge of the individual’s preferences and know what they like and dislike. Active participation is also very important in my work place, this enables that the service users are keeping fit and mobile but also builds confidence. By promoting active participation this can reduce abuse as the individual engages positively by actively participating is area of their life, such as in personal care, the scope for abuse by others is reduced. Promoting choices and rights is empowerment and about taking control of your life even if this is in a small ways, by including a resident in their care it allows them to still be an individual to have rights and wishes recognised even if they do not verbally contribute to be included is good practise. 4.2 It’s essential to have an accessible complaint procedure as it reduces the chances or abuse occurring, I believe that this is because it’s made easy to report any forms of abuse by anybody and everybody.
Sometimes they just need someone to listen and try to understand their point of view. Many people have a reason as to why they became an addict not saying that it is right but listening and not judging can help. Treatment can be cost effective so explaining to them and giving them resources to help them out can also be very helpful. Counselors are the most important people in the healing process because the client tends to trust them and will turn to them when everything else seems to
The stages of change helps provide a framework for understanding the process. Interventions can be tailored to the individual’s need, goals, and readiness, as well as build a healthy rapport with the person which builds trust and a good foundation for change. The more the person feels empowered, the more successful he/she will feel in making changes. This technique will help keep the person engaged in the process in order to obtain the necessary treatment that will be successful, as well as give the person a perception of successful change. Also, it is important to assist the family members in understanding addiction, recovery, relapse and ways to be a part of the recovery support system.