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The Client/Therapist Relationship - The therapist and client relationship is important in effective therapy. The therapeutic relationship must be built upon before any technique and theory will be effective. Communicating real empathy and showing a genuine interest in the client will begin a solid therapeutic foundation. However, the therapist must “have the ability to stay outside the system while maintaining some emotional attachment to its members” (Patterson, Williams, Edwards, Chamow, & Grauf-Grounds, 2009, p. 107). This paper reviews and critiques an interview I recorded of a couple that pertains to clutter building up around the house....   [tags: Therapy/Counseling]
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The Limits to a Counseling Relationship - Discuss the relevance of boundaries and ethics in the therapeutic relationship. Ethics in the counselling and psychotherapy protects the client and the therapist involved in the therapeutic relationship and the therapeutic process as a whole; with the concepts that act as a guide for the therapists in provision of good practice and care for the client. The framework is built on values of counselling and psychotherapy; principles of trustworthiness, autonomy, fidelity, justice, beneficence, non-maleficence and self-respect, and provides standards of good practice and care for the practitioner (BACP, 2010)....   [tags: Relationship Counseling ] 2216 words
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Mental Health Experts: Client Therapist vs. Court Forensic Expert - The primary purpose of this paper is to attest that the dual roles that mental health experts assume as both a therapist for the client and as a forensic expert in court proceedings are not compatible. The paper also focuses on arguments which confirm the incompatibility of these roles and analyzes past researches that would support the claim. Specifically, the paper discusses points that explain the incompatibility, such as the goals, the client, and attitudes towards the client. The paper further indicates that mental health experts must refrain from assuming dual roles that do not ethically coincide....   [tags: Mental Health ]
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Client Centered Therapy - It is inevitable that in psychotherapy there are numerous theories. Theories arise out of scholarly investigations of ideas on human behavior. Human behavior is an extraordinarily interesting subject and therefore produces a plethora of ideas from a variety of theorists. These theorists are influenced by their education, culture, and time period. One influential theorist is Carl Rogers. His contributions to human behavior have changed many of the theories that preceded him, and his theory contributed to many theories that followed....   [tags: Carl Rogers, Person Centered Therapy] 1391 words
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Is Psychotherapy More Effective When Therapist Disclose Information - “ Is Psychotherapy More Effective When Therapist Disclose Information About Themselves. ” In the world of psychology therapist raise a question whether or not they should “disclose personal information during psychotherapy. Several therapists “have suggested that therapist self-discloser can have a positive impact on treatment. From this view, self-discloser by the therapists may elicit greater discloser by the client enhancing the possibilities for client self-exploration”(e.g., Bugental, 1965, chap....   [tags: essays research papers] 1032 words
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Racial Oppression and Counseling a Client from an Ethnic Minority - It is pertinent to study the history of racial oppression when preparing to counsel a client from an ethnic minority if the counselor is from the majority culture. The problem is it would be difficult to examine the complete history and would be highly impossible especially in a short time. However, a therapist can gain knowledge of some of the essentials of history such as, religion, family structure, and background information. If the therapist or counselor is uncomfortable counseling these individuals he/or she can refer the client to someone who has more knowledge or has the same cultural background as the client....   [tags: racism, prejudice, racial profiling] 428 words
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Helper Client Confidentiality - Informed consent and confidentiality play a very important role in the helping profession. The helper needs to clearly communicate to the client that the information shared with them is confidential, meaning that it is not reused for any other purpose other than to assist the client with what they are there to work on (Hill, p.65). The professional must also communicate the three exceptions in which the information shared is not kept confidential. Those exceptions are: 1) When information regarding child, adult, or elder abuse is revealed....   [tags: Psychology]
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Client Centered Theory - Client Centered Theory Client centered theory was originated by Carl Rogers and is considered to be a humanistic theory of process or evolution (Coady & Lehman, 2008). Rogers developed 19 basic premises of personality in which an individual was held to grow through the processes of a reduction in defensive mechanisms and the self-directed development of internal cognizance (Corsini & Wedding, 2008/2011). The processes would occur when the theoretical constructs of congruence, acceptance and empathy were provided to an individual through interpersonal relationships (Coady & Lehman, 2008; Corsini & Wedding, 2008/2011)....   [tags: Psychology]
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The Professional Relationship - Questions about professional ethics get stirred up when dual relationships or professional and client boundaries are violated. The American Psychological Association (APA) Ethics committee revealed 40 to 50% of complaints filed originate from concerns with dual relationships (Meyer, 2005). License held by psychological professionals are revoked when the professional disregards the rights of the clients. The leading cause of professional termination is because of dual relationships between the professional and their client (Meyer, 2005)....   [tags: Psychology]
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The Therapeutic Relationship - In the assigned chapter, Bohart and Tallman (2010) discussed clients and their effect on therapy. They argued that client and extratherapeutic influences are the single most important factor in determining therapy outcome. In fact, up to 87% of the variance in therapeutic outcome is attributable to the client, factors that occur outside therapy, and unexplained variance (Bohart & Tallman, 2010, p. 84). Bohart and Tallman further argued that approximately 40% of variance can be ascribed to client factors while only 13% can be accounted for by treatment (e.g., the therapeutic relationship, interventions, therapist, model of therapy)....   [tags: Psychology]
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Art of Psychotherapy - I believe that the art of psychotherapy is more important than empirically validated treatments (EVT). I feel that the art of psychotherapy lies in the common factors, which include the therapeutic relationship, client and therapist factors (e.g., personality), helping clients deal with problems, and hope or expectancy factors (Reisner, 2005). Although I do believe that empirically validated treatments may enhance the therapeutic process, the treatments themselves are by no means the most important or fundamental aspects of therapy....   [tags: therapeutic relationship] 1295 words
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Developing a Therapeutic Counseling Relationship - Introduction Understanding the counseling session from the client’s perspective is a very important aspect in the development of a therapeutic relationship. A clinician must be an excellent listener, while being to pay attention to the client’s body language, affect and tone. The dynamics in the counseling session that is beneficial to the client include the recognition of the pain that the client is feeling. The detrimental part of this includes a misunderstanding of the real issues, a lack of consideration of the cultural aspects of the client, and a lack of clinical experience or listening skills....   [tags: Counseling ]
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Psychology and Relationship Problems - ... When children are maltreated (physically abuse and neglect), there are strong predictors that the child will develop disorders such as conduct problems, ADHD, anxiety and others. When a child experience sexual abuse, they are more vulnerable to experience some form of pathology such a PSTD and depression. Children who have witnessed family violence, custody battles and separation have been associated with child behavioral and emotional problems. In the recent years, we have seen in the media how children are being bullied in school and suicidal rates have been increasing....   [tags: psychology, mental health disorder]
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Uncovering a Relationship Between Alcohol and Violence Using Correlation Research - Correlation research reveals a pattern between two variables that have been measured several times. To uncover a relationship between alcohol and violence, I would use the correlation research. Using naturalistic observation, I would observe public intoxication at common bars or clubs, and involve accessible records of already convicted violent offenders that acknowledge the use of alcohol. I would choose this method because I believe this would be an abundant amount of knowledge that could properly disclose a correlation, weather positive or negative, between alcohol and violence, and present a strong or weak number that predicts the correlation thus making this research method the most viable....   [tags: Psychology] 976 words
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Client With a Voice - Establishing a Therapeutic Nurse-Client Relationship - Today’s health care systems have called attention to the importance of therapeutic nurse-client relationship which needs to be reinstated back into the forefront of thoughts and dialogues about nursing pactice since it has been overpowered by a technology driven medical model. Kleiman (2009. p2). In clinical placement, I will meet with clients for the first time and interact with them in weeks to follow. This is one of the most important aspect for a nursing student like me, as it will further cement my practical and theory knowledge in the real world....   [tags: Nursing ]
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The Client - The Client A thriller is simply something that thrills you, but to do so in a movie the elements must be shown in such a way that you are intrigued from the first few minutes to the very last. In 'The Client', such factors are shown making this film a classified thriller. The first event of a good thriller must set off the plot, showing jeopardy and getting you interested in finding out what this movie is going to be about. At the very start of 'The Client' Mark Sway, a rebellious teenage boy, stumbles across a suicide, a situation that gives many conflicts to deal with and involves you in the movie at an early stage....   [tags: Papers] 968 words
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Dual Relationships and Self-Disclosure - Dual Relationships and Self-Disclosure Chemical Dependency counselors have quite a few ethical dilemmas to deal with. Therapists that are in recovery may confront some even more complex dilemmas, opposed to those who are not. There is a high percentage of addiction counselors that are in recovery. In fact, 55% of 36,000 members of the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counselors (NAADAC) are recovering alcoholics and 21% are recovering from some other chemical dependency. This brings up two sides to counselors in recovery....   [tags: Papers] 1117 words
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Mediation and Advocacy as a Counsellor - ... These individual sessions gives the mediator a chance to explain the mediation process, ask and answer any questions. It can then be assessed if a joint face to face session is suitable and if the client is willing for this to happen. If the client expresses that they are not wanting a combined session, the counsellor may need to mediate back and forth between parties, depending on the wants and requirements of the individuals. A good process of mediation will look at what each party hopes to accomplish and the proposed way of reaching that goal....   [tags: Client Relationship, Integrative Approach]
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Therapeutic Relationship - ... 2. Why is it so important to use a "client centered approach" when assessing needs and planning goals with your client. This is the most productive approach in mental health counseling developed by Carl Rogers. The importance of this approach is, the client finds his own solutions to his problems and as the clinician, we only assist him to find them. Client centered approach is incredibly leads to a successful therapeutic relationship between the client and the counselor. 3. Explain the relevance of each section below when conducting an assessment in the community: a) Occupational Health & Safety....   [tags: Therapeutic Relationship Essays] 1402 words
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Analysis of The Client by John Grisham - Analysis of The Client by John Grisham The Client by John Grisham takes place in Memphis, Tennessee. It starts out with a little boy, named Mark and his brother sneaking into the woods to try and smoke cigarettes. While in the woods, they witness a man kill himself. But before he does so, this man tells Mark some very important secrets, which ends up putting Mark and his entire family at risk of being hurt. This event ends up putting Mark's brother in a coma. There are lawyers who keep on pressuring Mark to tell these things that he is not supposed to know, except that the Mafia threatens to kill Mark and his family if they tell the truth....   [tags: The Client John Grisham Essays] 1451 words
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The Client- John Grisham - Biography John Grisham was born on February 8th in 1955 in Jonesboro, Arkansas. He was raised in a family of five children. During his youth he moved around a lot because his father was a construction worker. They lived in many different places, for example in Crenshaw, Mississippi. Finally the Grisham family settled in Southaven, a little town outside Memphis, when he was twelve and then he started studying at the Southaven High School. During his school years he was an athlete and he wanted to play either professio nal football or baseball....   [tags: Biography Analysis Grisham Client] 1755 words
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The Client by John Grisham     - The Client by John Grisham     The main character of my book was Mark Sway. Mark Sway is a bad little eleven year old boy with a huge burden on his hands. Mark smokes ciggaretes, uses foul language, and picks on his little brother, Ricky. Mark grew up in a trailer, with an abusive father, a mother who is hardly around, and his little brother Ricky who annoys him plenty. Mark was a very strong character who did not take anything from anyone. The trouble Mark ran into with Jerome Clifford only made him stronger....   [tags: The Client John Grisham    ] 1223 words
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The Client - I read the book The Client by John Grisham. This book was about a boy, named Mark Sway, and is younger brother who witnessed a horrible suicide. Before the suicide, he talked to the lawyer who was about to kill himself. This lawyer, Jerome Clifford, had a client in New Orleans who had murdered a United States Senator and hid the body at the lawyer?s house. Right before he shot himself, the lawyer told Mark everything about his Mafia connected client. When the lawyer took his life, the younger brother went into shock, but Mark realized that he had to tell the police something....   [tags: essays research papers] 651 words
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The Client - In writing the Crime novel ‘The Client’, John Grisham has quite effectively intertwined the plot, characters, themes and issues to create a dramatic and suspenseful story. To do this he creates strong interesting characters along with an in depth storyline to lure the reader in. John Grisham raises important themes and issues in all his novels, this story raises such issues as suicide and corruption. In ‘The Client’ we are faced with rather rough but also innocent young boy who is suddenly thrown into a complicated circle of lies, murder and revenge all because he was in the wrong place at the wrong time....   [tags: essays research papers] 1140 words
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The Client - The Client by John Grisham The story starts when Mark and his little brother are secretly smoking in the woods near their home. Suddenly they hear a car. The car stops and the driver gets out, fastens a hose to the exhaust pipe and gets back in his car: he wants to commit suicide. Mark removes the hose twice, but the third time the man notices him and grabs him into his car. The Man is named Jerome Clifford, but all his friends called him 'Romey'. Romey says that now Mark is in the car, they have to die both....   [tags: essays research papers] 990 words
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Analysis of a Relationship - ... However, this overprotective trend stifled me whenever my communications with another guy made John jealous and upset. He tested my feelings for him by manipulating guilt when I looked in the direction of another guy, for whatever reason. At the time, I ignored his jealousy because my strong feelings for him overshadowed my needs as an individual. Looking back, I realize our involvement intensified throughout this period of our relationship, for better and worse. John evolved into my best friend and, wrapping myself in his world, I disregarded the importance of my core group of friends....   [tags: Relationship Analysis Essays] 1299 words
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Occupational Therapy Client Analysis - ... She is alert and oriented to herself, and the strength and sensation in her LUE are within functional limits. These factors shape a client’s Occupational Therapy experience. Martha’s strengths and weaknesses are important to consider when planning an intervention strategy suited to her wants and needs. Goals suited for Martha would be 1) increase mobility in RUE while adapting techniques to adjust to a greater dependence on the LUE, and 2) improving her motor planning skills and sequencing with multi-step activities....   [tags: Intervention Plan, Social Value]
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Therapists Acting as Colonizers - Rober and Seltzer (2010) have introduced the concept of therapists acting as colonizers during therapy. Rober and Seltzer have illustrated their viewpoints with examples from their own therapy sessions so as not to place blame. Their work has substance. They state that the intention of most entrants into the psychology field is to help people. Repeatedly throughout time, history has seen conquerors “helping” groups of people be more civilized. Technology is oftentimes introduced or forced onto people, because, supposedly, the new methods present better and more effective ways of harvesting or growing....   [tags: Psychology] 822 words
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The Significance of Explicit Communication of Therapist’s Values in Therapy - The myth of value neutral psychotherapy has been shattered. Therapist trainees are encouraged to examine their personal assumptions and biases and to increase their own self-awareness, so that they will not impose their values on clients in psychotherapy. Nevertheless, no one is free from values, and sometimes psychologist may need to discuss their values with clients for the following reasons: First, psychotherapy theories have value-laden components and they are often hidden or taken granted; these values may not be consistent with what clients want....   [tags: psychology, psychiatry, counseling]
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The Attorney-Client Privilege - “With liberty and justice for all.” Now this all too familiar clause is often forgotten like the toils of soldiers on the battlefield, repeated ad nauseum throughout the echoing literature left by our founding fathers and throughout the annals of history. America has been shown to persevere through the greatest of trials truly reflecting the American patriot’s desire to not only uphold freedom, equality, justice and humanity, but also to remember the faint yearning whispers of the oppressed crying out “Let freedom ring!” According to Michmerhuizen the Attorney-Client Privilege means “The concepts of lawyer confidentiality and Attorney-Client Privilege both concern information that the lawyer must keep private and are protective of the client’s ability to confide freely in his or her lawyer ” (1)....   [tags: U.S. Law]
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Repairing A Relationship - There are many different kinds of relationships, and all of them require a commitment and an understanding between people. There are ties of friendship, relationships with family, those that we have with co-workers, and there are relationships in which two people are romantically involved. Regardless of the type of relationship, the desires are the same, to have perfect harmony between all connected. However, since we are human, a perfect relationship usually does not exist. When relationships are broken, or venture upon rocky seas, there comes a time when a person must decide if the union is important enough to work on mending the relationship....   [tags: Relationships] 574 words
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Relationship Skills - A relationship is what we choose to have with a family member, friend, significant other, and/or a person that we just have met. You should know that there should be a strong connection or bond for the relationship to grow in many levels. Relationships tend to vary from impersonal to personal. A description of an impersonal relationship is someone who does not care and explicit a lack of concern to anyone they are communicating with. In personal relationships, people do care about each other and share their thoughts and feelings....   [tags: Relationships] 1295 words
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Theory and Client System Assessment - ... Children strive to master new complex skills. Parent’s and teacher’s become great influences for the children as they lead them to build self confidence and determination. Unfortunately for Keith, his mother was uneducated and school did not carry much importance in his family. His mother was unable to help him with his homework and at this time his mother was married to an abusive husband, who did not have time for Keith. Due to all the continued substance and domestic abuse, Keith and his siblings were removed from the home....   [tags: psychology, stages of development, well being]
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Communication Techniques and Skills Used During the Initial Interview Process to Promote Therapeutic Nurse-Client Relationships - The relationship between a nurse and a client begins from the very first meeting. Therapeutic relationships between nurses and clients are shaped from this very first meeting and are essential to nursing care as they contribute to client satisfaction and optimise clinical outcomes. A nurse can encourage therapeutic nurse-client relationships with clients through communication techniques and skills during the initial interview process. This essay will define therapeutic nurse-client relationships, explain the significance of these relationships to client satisfaction and outcomes and discuss interpersonal communication skills that can be used during the initial interview to help build a therapeutic relationship between nurse and client....   [tags: Nursing ]
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Relationship Between Children and Television - ... After all, learning what not to do can be just as useful as learning what’s correct. Another factor in the role of television in a child’s life is the television itself. This one device acts as a vessel to an endless realm of not only story through picture, but the interactive world of playing videogames. Just as the television programs can offer a good influence on children, videogames still pose a threat with an alarming increase in shooter games, combat games, and games such as grand theft auto, which entails committing crimes all over major cities....   [tags: physical and digital relationship]
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Physical Therapist Assistant - ... Overall, it’s about helping a patient regain independence as much as possible. Along with the team, a physical therapist assistant will also help with the evaluation of a patient’s condition, “An evaluation can include measuring the patient's strength, range of motion, and functional ability; that is, how well the patient performs certain physical tasks” (Mayo Clinic). Once the evaluation is done, the physical therapist will develop a treatment plan for the patient that the physical therapist assistant has to carry out (Mayo Clinic)....   [tags: Biomechanics, Healthcare Provider]
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Recreational Therapists - In 1931 the American Red Cross began hiring recreation hospital workers. The term "recreational therapy" was first coined by the Menninger brothers who were enthusiastic for the inclusion of recreational therapy as a treatment of persons with mental health disorders. “Recreational therapists, or therapeutic recreation specialists, provide treatments and recreation activities to individuals with illnesses or disabling conditions to improve or maintain physical, mental and emotional well-being and help reduce depression, stress and anxiety.” ("Recreational Therapy Career Overview." Mayo Clinic....   [tags: Career Research ]
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The Work of a Family and Marriage Therapist - Family and Marriage therapists identify a wide variety of mental and behavioral issues within a family, individuals, and marriages. (HealthcareColleges.net, 2011) These therapists enable society to tackle their problems and move forward in a positive direction. Family and Marriage therapists are responsible for gathering information by testing and observing their patients. (mymajors.com, 2011) After receiving this information they are required to document and record information gathered from the patient sessions....   [tags: Social Work, Psychology]
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Beauty Therapist Service Model - The purpose of this academic allocation is to construct a “services model” that supplements the traditional “hard product” model. While the focus for this endeavor is designing a model that performs services strategically and innovatively. Creativity and customer interactivity is also very important to achieve maximum levels of success. Beauty therapist also known as Aestheticians are specialized individuals that dedicate their lives to providing hard services for men and women that focus on beauty treatments for hairstyling, nail care, skin care, and electrology....   [tags: Career Research ]
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How To End a Relationship - Now and again when a couple first gets together and their eyes first meet, there’s a weakness in the knees, and the words that are usually free flowing suddenly come to a halt and all there is to do is just stare and feel as if you knew the person you’re gazing at for their entire life. The couple will laugh, they’ll hold hands, hours upon hours will be spent on the phone, text messages will be sent that documents their every reaction and feelings, and the couple will appear inseparable. They’ll be in love and everything will appear extravagant but in my experience this “puppy love” phase is a mirage that distracts the couple from the ugly truth, the truth of who they actually are inside....   [tags: Relationships] 1829 words
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Client Development Manager, Rebakah Moore - ... Moore is goal orientated, experienced at selling to professional firm in the healthcare market, problem solving, communication and is self-motivated. Earning a Bachelor in Marketing has helped her gain a clear understanding of the relationship between companies and the customers as well as understanding the marketing principles and business communication when running a corporation (Moore, 2014). In the past, Moore worked at various jobs during college and after graduating from college. She contemplated on pursuing her masters but wanted to build he resume first....   [tags: marketing strategy, advertising techniques]
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Confidentiality Between the Professional and the Patient or Client - ... Although, the experiences might have an effect to other third parties. First, premises that Bok writes is that the person has first autonomy over personal information (Callahan 232). In this premises Bok is stating that individuals have the right and be capable of having secrets. Having secrets is part of humans. Every individual has a secrets, but it does not mean that having secrets is bad. Bad referring that is causing harm to other people. Each individual is entitled to have secrets, although those secrets are harmful....   [tags: Certificate of Confidentiality]
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Therapeutic Intervention From an Occupational Therapist in an Oncology Service - Therapeutic Intervention From an Occupational Therapist in an Oncology Service The therapeutic intervention a client should expect from an occupational therapist in an oncology service should be one that complies with government legislation, plans, standards and guidelines. The Governments plans for the National Health Service (NHS) are set out in several reports such as: - the Calman-Hine Cancer Report (1995), The New NHS - Modern and Dependable (1997) and The NHS Cancer Plan (2000), which provide information to service users regarding the quality of the services they should expect....   [tags: Papers] 3381 words
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Client And Server Architecture - Most organization today are moving to client server architectures. Client server attempt to balance the processing between the client and the server by having both do some of the logic. In these networks, the client is responsible for the presentation logic, while the server is responsible for the data access logic and data storage. The application logic may reside on the client on the client or on the server, or it may be split between both. These are many ways in which the application logic can be partitioned between the client and the server....   [tags: Networks Telecommunications] 911 words
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Human Nature - ... Therefore basis for my personal theory is that it is not something that develops following an exact recipe of circumstances. Conforming and out of the ordinary behavior is learned by in the process of development. My theory similarly to other behavioral theories suggests that differential reinforcement (learning through rewards and punishment) and imitation (learning through observation) produce both overt behavior and cognitive definitions that function as stimuli for behavior. The main theme of the theory can be stated as; the instigation and strengthening of non-conforming over conforming acts defines how the individual’s behaviors are developed....   [tags: Harmful Behavior] 1373 words
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Ethical dilemmas in Psychological Practice - This first portion of this paper will discuss what the author considers ethically, legally, and personally pertinent in addressing the issue of a client wanting to pursue a social relationship after therapy has terminated. It discusses how the author will proceed and things that would affect her decision about responsible professional practice. Given the scenario that the authors’ client has revealed that he or she is sexually attracted to me, the second portion of this paper will discuss how the author’s actions would differ if she were sexually attracted to her client in return....   [tags: Ethics] 1030 words
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The Career of Respiratory Therapist - Respiratory Therapist Respiratory care makes a difference. And there are reasons why a Respiratory Therapist would be a great job. A guest speaker came into our class to explain more about the job. He explained education requirements, the job description, and the job opportunities. Education requirements, is what a student needs to reach the goal of becoming a respiratory therapist. There are a total of 379 respiratory technician colleges/universities in the U.S. Such as, IUP, CCAC, and many more....   [tags: essays research papers] 471 words
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A Look Into the Impact of Facebook on Modern Relationships - ... In addition to altering relationship expectations, research has found that one partner’s Facebook use can influence the other. For example, partners tend to look to each other when deciding whether to display a relationship status or change their profile picture. According to research by Cayemberg, Danielewicz, and Papp, a person is more likely to change their relationship status to “in a relationship” if their partner does, providing the opportunity to discuss whether to connect their accounts....   [tags: relationship, distrust, communitcation, happiness]
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Carl Rogers and Client-Centered Therapy - Carl Rogers was a psychotherapist who, in the early part of the twentieth Century, developed the concept of client-centered psychotherapy. He was a great proponent of the scientific method and was one of the first to incorporate it into psychotherapy. His person-centered approach to psychotherapy entailed an unconditional acceptance between client and counselor. And with all this said I still find it phenomenal yet suspicious that a therapist can listen to an individual without interjections and still assists in improving the individual by making them a person....   [tags: Psychology] 299 words
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A Review of Therapists' Integration of Religion and Spirituality in Counseling - ... By comparing and contrasting 26 correlational studies that included 5,759 therapists, implementation of spirituality and religion in counseling, the authors of this article painted a relatively accurate picture of the practice. An explanation of use of correlation studies in meta-analysis explains that often by doing so is to create conservative estimates or a down ward bias. This means that statistics presented in this meta-analysis may actually be higher than actual calculations prove. Inquiries that seemed relevant for this study included personal religious and spiritual beliefs of therapists, how therapists use their personal religious and spiritual beliefs in their use of explicit integration therapies, and comparison in samples that encompassed explicit integration therapists with samples that mixed secular and religious therapists as well as diverse professional backgrounds that may lead to more or less acceptance of various cultures (Walker et al., 2004, p....   [tags: religion, spirituality, therapy]
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Gestalt Therapy - ... They are bringing about the same emotions they felt when the experience first happened. They are reliving it rather than reporting back what happened to the therapist. It allows the therapist to assist the client with closure. Analyzing dreams is a way to reveal unfinished business; to understand images in dreams that represent aspects of the client's personality (Fagen & Shepherd, 1970). Similar to the here-and-now approach, clients are asked to relive their dreams in the present. They are bringing their dreams to life, acting them out and saying them aloud in present tense....   [tags: Psychotherapy, Fritz Perls]
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