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Client Server Model Using Distributed And Parallel Computing

- Client Server Model Using Distributed and Parallel Computing Submitted by -: Mayank Deora (13116041) B.Tech ECE III year Distributed Computing Distributed computing is a computing concept that refers to multiple computer systems working on a single problem. In distributed computing architecture, a single problem is divided into many parts, and each part is solved by different computers situated at different geographical locations. As long as the computers are connected to each other via a network, they can communicate with each other to solve the problem with a contribution from each node in the network....   [tags: Client-server, Server, Peer-to-peer]

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How the Misuse of Norm-Referenced Tests can Impact the Assessment and Treatment of a Client

- In this article, the authors discuss how the misuse of norm-referenced tests can impact the assessment and treatment of a client. Norm-referenced tests provide a comparison between the skills and behaviors assessed of a client to the relevant norms of a similar age group. According to the article, a clinician must ensure to properly use a norm-referenced test in order to provide evidence as to whether a client may need more assessments or whether a certain treatment approach is more beneficial to the client....   [tags: norms, referenced tests, client]

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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]

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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]

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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. All he cared about was protecting his little brother, and his mother....   [tags: The Client John Grisham    ]

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The Client 's Client For Therapy

- On October 13, 2015, Popeye came in for intake with this therapist. The client’s parents referred the client for therapy. According to the client, she was brought to therapy because the client’s mother is worried that the client is getting skinny. The client reported that her mother is “crazy”, and her father “is getting in [her] business”. In client’s perspective, “only crazy people go to therapy… because they are depressed”. The client shared with the therapist that for a few years, she has not cared about her family or doing activities that she used to enjoy....   [tags: Family, Father, High school, Mother]

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Client Report : The Client

- The client is a 16-year-old female that presents as talkative, insightful, and intelligent. Client is involved in dance, gymnastics, and plays the piano. Client is the third oldest of four siblings. Client identified that she has strong faith and a connection with her Spanish and Turkish cultures. Client was five when her parents divorced and they now share custody. Client was referred to services by her mother after the client’s recent (3 weeks ago) discharge from an in-patient facility for teens....   [tags: Psychology, Major depressive disorder, Sibling]

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My Client For A Client

- Today is the second session that I had counselor with this particle client. He came in to see me for the same problem that he had before. But except this time client had be doing a little than before. Before I started with the interview I had use the five stages and dimension of the interviews a client. I want to have an empathic relationship with my client, and gathering story and find the strength of my client is part of getting to know my client. This time I had set a realistic goal that my client can work toward without feeling that he is not in control of making the decision....   [tags: Empathy, Emotion, American films, Feeling]

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The Problem Of The Client

- 1. Presenting Problems The client has been experiencing worry constantly for the past eight months. The worry consists of losing her job and not being able to provide for her children. Even with her best efforts to shake these negative thoughts, the client is not able to do so. Ever since the worry started, the client has found herself to be restless, tired, and tense. When at work, she finds herself pacing in her office when she’s alone and has had several embarrassing moments in meetings where she has lost her train of thought or what she was trying to say....   [tags: Panic disorder, Insomnia]

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The Responsibility Of The Client

- The responsibility to the client means making sure that the client knows that I am required to call the police or those involve if they hurt a child, someone else, or themselves. Clients rely on us to guide them as they make changes to their life. I need to make sure the client knows what they are getting involved in when they come to us for services; if there’s something they don’t understand I am there to break it down for them. We are responsible for giving the clients steps and tools to make their situation better in the long run....   [tags: Mental health, Mental disorder, Want, Psychology]

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Who Is The Client?

- D- Client was ten minutes late for his scheduled appointment. The client called the Clinician in advance about his tardy. When asked by the writer 's about his day thus far, he reported that his day is hectic because he has to pick his girlfriend after his session and prior to his day, he had to take his son to school. The writer acknowledged the client busy day and asked the client if he has concerns about his one hour appointment and his response was no. During the course of the session, the Clinician explained to the client about conducting/completing his initial treatment plan....   [tags: Family, Mother, Want, WANT]

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Who Is The Client?

- they may be upset, scared, or even unsure what to say at the time. We could offer prayer or even ask “what you thinking about right now. Would you like to share your thoughts with me?” The client may answer and may not, but we should respect. However, I think that topic should be revisited incase the client is able to elaborate on it at a later time or session. Sometimes these times are too hard for the client to discuss, but eventually they will come around and bring it up. I think saying things like I care about your feelings right now and how you are feeling is important to me....   [tags: Emotion, Feeling, Want, Need]

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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]

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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]

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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]

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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]

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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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Communication as Key to Success for the Client-Trainer Relationship

- Communication is an integral part of a client-trainer relationship. Successful fitness trainers not only help their clients achieve health and fitness goals, they are also supposed to possess great communication skills to be the person of trust and support most clients usually look for. There are a lot of fitness professionals who excel in exercise science and implementing training principles but lack skills that are essential in building great communication relationships with their clients. Although knowledge is power for all fitness trainers, establishing positive and productive relationships with the help of communication is crucial....   [tags: personal trainer, clients]

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An Interview With A Client On Ethics

- How a professional should conduct themselves in an interview with a client on ethics because laws and policies are formed to protect the client and the professional. The crucial concern of a human relation professional is respecting the welfare, and dignity of the clients. The professional should present a genuineness, honesty, and promote self-determination when dealing with cultural diversity. The service that is offered to the client is to help and assist the client with positive goals, outcomes, and to enhance a better life style....   [tags: Morality, Ethics, Decision making, Culture]

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Questions On The Performance Of An Client

- Session Objective: The client will produce two word utterances containing velar sounds (g/k) in the initial, medial, and final position with 80% accuracy with moderate occasional cues. Target Behavior: produce two word utterances containing velar sounds (g/k) in the initial, medial, and final position Criteria: with 80% accuracy with moderate occasional cues Materials & How Used: The clinician used pictures on a laptop, a whiteboard, and a digital writing tablet. The clinician showed a picture on a laptop that encouraged the use of a /k/ or /g/ sound....   [tags: Sentence, Phrase, Word, Phoneme]

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Relationship Between The Helper And Client

- Chapters two, five and six focused mainly on the helping relationship and the core values, empathy, and probing and summarizing as helpful skills. These three chapters seemed to flow into each other nicely. Chapter two began by describing what a helpful relationship is and how they are central to helping the client. Some people view the relationship between the client and helper as involved in the helping process, however, the textbook describes the relationship between the helper and client is the helping process....   [tags: Emotion, Empathy, Psychology, Problem]

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Evaluation And Evaluation Of Client

- Late Entry CM normally meets with the client every Wednesday for face to face meeting. Last Wednesday, September 14, 2016, client was no show. On 9/15/2016, client walks into the social services and CM completed Bi-Weekly ILP Review and obtains more information to complete initial psychosocial evaluation. At about 11am, client walks in the social services office to complete psychosocial evaluation and bi-weekly ILP Review. CM observed that the client had bruises and scratches in her face. CM inquires what happened, client become emotionally teary and mention to this writer she was jumped by two unknown female yesterday....   [tags: Transgender, Gender, Gender identity, Gender role]

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The Basis Of Client Centered Therapy

- In the article, The nondirective attitude in client-centered practice: A few questions, Kathryn Moon and Bert Rice discuss client-centered or person-centered therapy, which was developed by Carl Rogers. They describe the basis of client-centered therapy, along with some issues that can arise with this therapy. They focus on the main issue of influence and power over clients. The article begins by describing a therapist with a nondirective attitude towards their clients. The nondirective attitude allows a therapist to create an open and inviting environment for clients, while preserving the client’s freedoms (Moon & Rice, 2012)....   [tags: Psychotherapy, Social work, Sociology]

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The For The Client And The Therapist Alike

- Counseling hinges on a pendulum at times, of what is good and safe for the client and the therapist alike. For this purpose, documentation is extremely important in order to establish the foundation of a group and protect the therapeutic process. Though many forms of documentation are available, there is a principle purpose of what documentation should be maintained for the individual client. Notes that are kept for a whole group, however, may capture key themes at different points, they can compromise the privacy and confidentiality of the individual according to Scheneider, Corey & Corey (2013)....   [tags: Health care, Health care provider, Psychology]

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The Importance Of A Nurse Client Relationship

- According to Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (2006), ‘Collaborative and therapeutic practice between registered nurses and client has been the subject of discussion, debate and research for decades’. This essay outlines the most essential elements of a nurse such as effective therapeutic relations and attitudes with clients. This essay will also include some of the core competencies that relate to nurses’ understanding, their contribution to the interdisciplinary health care team. It will provide the standards and competencies that are required to support, the therapeutic nurse-client relationship by providing more specific direction for future registered nurses and all health profe...   [tags: Health care, Nursing, Medicine, Healthcare]

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The Second Therapy Session With The Client

- This meeting was the second therapy session with the client. After a brief introduction and summary of the last session, I wanted to explore where the client was regarding her current situation. The client recently discovered that her husband was having an affair and spent the holiday (Thanksgiving) with her sister in an attempt to think about her situation and how she wants to handle it. The client has not confronted her husband and is trying to decide how to move forward. The client was less distressed during this session than she was in the previous one....   [tags: Thought, Mind, Heard Island and McDonald Islands]

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The Nursing Plan Of Care For A Client

- 8. The nurse is creating a four-column plan of care for a client. For which areas should the nurse prepare to document when creating this care plan. a. Goals i. This is part of column two b. Interventions i. This is part of column three c. Nursing Diagnosis i. This is part of column one d. Evaluation i. This is part of column five e. Medications i. This is not a part of the column plan of care for a client Based on http://www.austincc.edu/adnlev1/rnsg1161online/clinical_homework_samples/Nursing_care_plan_sample.htm column one: nursing diagnosis; column two: the expected outcome and goal of what you would like to see from the patient after a specific time frame; column three: interventions;...   [tags: Nursing, Nursing care plan, Health care, Nurse]

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Genetic Health Risk For The Client

- The purpose of this paper is to identify possible genetic health risk for the client. The information will discuss the age, gender, and health history of three generations of the client’s family. The client and family discussed, do not have an extensive medical history. However, the family does exhibit genetic health risks. The client is a twenty eight year old female with a four year old daughter. The client’s mother is fifty six and her father fifty eight. She comes from Slovenian, Native American Indian, and English backgrounds....   [tags: Family, Medicine, Nutrition, Mother]

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Social Worker And A New Client

- The video that I observed this past week was an initial first meeting with a social worker and a new client. Susan who is an 82-year old female came to her first meeting because she was admitted to the nursing home after she broke her hip due to a fall. Susan informed the social worker that she had been active, but now developed heart problems and some issues with depression. As I observed this first interview between the client and social worker, I recognized that all of those identifying labels told the social worker and myself some behaviors, feelings, and attitudes the client Susan was experiencing (Kadushin & Kadushin, 1997, Chapter 4)....   [tags: Sociology, Nonverbal communication, Knowledge]

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Strengths And Weaknesses Of A Client

- One of the most common approaches used today by social workers is the strengths based perspective. Often time when trying to solve a problem, the main focus is on the problem itself and by doing so, there is a focus on the negative aspects and what is wrong. The strengths perspective tries shifting the view of situations by focusing on what the client may bring to the current situation. It tries to focus on the present and what the future may hold rather than what has happened in the past (Miley, O’Melia, & DuBois, 2015, p....   [tags: Disability, Sociology, Present, Time]

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The Client Stan For Confidentiality Purposes

- The client Stan, we will call the client Stan for confidentiality purposes. Stan is a 35-year-old African American male who was released from jail approximately 7 weeks ago. Stan served a 9-month jail sentence for an assault charge. Currently, Stan resides with his mother in Northwest DC in a single family home. Stan is diagnosed with Schizophrenia and he is not any medication as he does not believe in medication and stated he does not want to become dependent on medication. The presenting problems are Stan and his mother are unceasingly in opposition since his release from jail (and a few months before he went to jail) and Stan’s Paranoia (he feels someone is always calling the police on hi...   [tags: Family, Parent, Mother, Father]

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How The Client Has A Responsibility

- The client has a responsibility when it comes to what they need to prep before surgeries or outpatient testing. For example if a patient is going to have a colonoscopy the client must know all the rules and regulation from their provider to prep for this procedure days in advance. The client will be handed specific rules beforehand that will summarize what one must and must not complete to get ready for the procedure. The client must interpret and fulfill these directions. If the client does not follow the instructions as stated then the procedure will not be performed....   [tags: Health care, Medicine, Health care provider]

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Observation Of The Client ( S )

- For this particular research, a qualitative approach will be utilized to clarify the various impacts one goes through when a stressful event has taken place within them or within his or her family. This study is intended to validate the functioning of a particular family, by using a case study design. Within this particular design, this researcher will be using an observation of the client(s), while incorporating voluntary interviews with the social worker that is currently working with the particular client/family....   [tags: Scientific method, Observation, Question]

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What Is The Mindset Of This Client Now?

- What is the mindset of this client now. Susan starts out very happy and glad that she met Ted, but this all changes after they get married due to she wants to be the perfect wife (Woodside & McClam, 2015). After marriage their relationship changes and Susan is worried about if she is being the perfect wife along with scared because of Ted’s drinking and aggressive behavior (Woodside & McClam, 2015). After Justin is born besides being scared Susan become worried about how they will pay for Justin’s medical bills since he needs constant medical care (Woodside & McClam, 2015)....   [tags: Health care, Medicine, Disability]

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Nurse Caring For A Client

- Medications The most important job of the nurse caring for a client is to keep the patient safe. Safety can include bed safety, client positioning, dietary restrictions, ambulation safety, and so much more. One of the most important things a nurse can do to keep a client safe is by giving medications properly. One mistake in medication administration could cause serious or even life threatening harm to the client. For this reason the nurse must learn the proper steps for safe medication administration and follow these steps each and every time....   [tags: Medicine, Pharmacology, Health care, Illness]

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Working With Court Mandated Client

- The vignette I decided to choose was the 30-year-old female of African American descent. After reading the vignette, I had several questions that popped into my head that really depend on how I worked with the client. Working with court-mandated client automatically makes me ask what documentation will the courts want, what are the courts looking for, and who should I be talking to in regards to the case or rather who can I talk to in regards of the case. It is not a typical client. On first meet, I would make sure to do a basic introduction....   [tags: Domestic violence, Violence, Assault, Child abuse]

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The Importance Of A Patient And Client

- A patient and client are one in the same in the present nursing profession. A client is first and foremost more than a name on a chart or a number in the system. They are a person with thoughts, words, deeds, and a need for care. To truly embody what a client is one needs to combine definitions. A client is a person seeking professional and protective medical care with a need for concern, understanding, and top quality of care. Health and illness are two sides of a coin. Some may view health as the absence of illness and alternatively, illness as the lack of good health....   [tags: Health care, Health care provider, Healthcare]

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Personal Statement : My Client

- My client is a 25-year-old Caucasian male, who weighs 165 pounds and is 72” tall. He has been in a motorcycle accident and came into the Emergency Department on December 10 with a deep laceration in the upper right quadrant of the abdomen. An initial assessment done by the doctor and the client was taken up to surgery. After an extensive abdominal surgery, the patient is recovering well and has been in post op for 5 days now. The doctor and the surgeon have given me the go ahead to discharge the patient, which is scheduled on December 16....   [tags: Health care provider, Health care, Surgery]

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Application Of A Nurse Client Relationship

- As a first year nursing student, it is important to understand the impact that making connections with your patients has on their overall health outcomes. Before one can understand the importance of making such connections, it is imperative to explore how these connections are made. The purpose of this paper is to establish the importance of making connections in the nurse-client relationship, to recount my personal learning of a course concept, and to explore how the course concept is integral in the formation of connection in the nurse-client relationship....   [tags: Nursing, Psychiatry, Mental health]

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Continuum Of Care For A Client

- Continuum of care for a client refers to the appropriate level of treatment in which they enter and continue to receive to meet their recovery needs. This may include stepping up the treatment system to a more intense approach or down to a less intense treatment approach as needed (NCBI, 2006). An integrative part of the client’s treatment includes relapse prevention planning. Individuals who relapse in recovery do not do so suddenly, it is a process. A relapse prevention plan is designed to assist clients with tools to be successive and maintain continuous sobriety (Gorski, 2003)....   [tags: Addiction, Drug addiction, Twelve-step program]

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The Case of the Balding Client

- Exploratory Essay The Case of the Balding Client I have heard it all, from “ the last stylist fried it” to “The cat licks it out when I am sleeping.” I specialize in hair extensions and believe it or not these are the explanations I received from a client who brought me a handful of extension tips with tufts of her own hair dangling from the end, root bulb intact, to be reattached. I have been an extension specialist for 5 years and had never seen this....   [tags: Case Study, solution]

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The Behavior Intervention That Was Developed For The Client

- Throughout this paper it will discuss the behavior intervention that was developed for the client. The study discusses the evidence base that supports the intervention. The paper analysis the data that was collected the types of approaches that were used in the intervention plan. It also includes the important ethical issues involved in treatment plans. Healthier Intervention Plan After defining my operant behavior I would like to change it was necessary to conducting a functional assessment. After completing a functional analysis it was determined that a behavior intervention was needed to reduce my unhealthy consumption of daily carbohydrates....   [tags: Nutrition, Health, Healthy diet, Hypertension]

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The Clinician Client Therapeutic Relationship

- The Clinician-Client Therapeutic Relationship Current research implies that an empathetic clinician-client relationship and interrelated ecosystems play the majority role in the success of therapy (Kilpatrick & Holland, 2009). The clinician’s ability to be present and actively perceive what the client is experiencing is of utmost importance in creating a therapeutic alliance. It is imperative that the clinician gains positive regard towards the client and their environment displaying honest acceptance towards the client no matter what issues are presented in session....   [tags: Therapy, Psychotherapy, Clinic, Mental health]

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The Recording Client Data For The Organization

- Based on the study, it is clear to see that the recording client data is significant to the organisation because it helps remind personnel of information that they may have forgotten, or as in the case of new clients such as Damon, understand about previous transactions. Client data should be stored securely because it entrusted to the organisation. A clients will usually provide information such as their name (company name), date of birth (registration), identity card (copies of certificates), foundation document, written reference, bank account[s], contact information (physical postal address, telephone, mobile and email), and verification of the data provided from another party (Hendriks...   [tags: Knowledge management, Knowledge, Management]

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Client And Therapist : The Root Of The Problem

- client and therapist to find and address the root of the problem, and therefore help the client prevent the problem becoming out of hand. However any psychological therapy is extremely time consuming and requires clients to be committed to the session and motivated to make the sessions work, in order to improve ones well-being. A further psychological therapy developed from psychologist Kobasa. He came up with the idea of hardiness, which is a set of personality traits which enable individuals to combat stress....   [tags: Psychology, Anxiety, Emotion, Nervous system]

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My Experience With My Client

- I am fascinated by the shifts I am aware of as I travel further down this path. In internship, I have noticed a lot of shifting in this particular quarter. There are a lot systemic challenges I am facing, but I feel like I am in this unique spot in my counseling work. Things feel turbulent in many ways; however, I feel truly connected with my clients. I see them. It is more than being present with them. I am not quite sure how to put it into words, but there is an energy I am aware of. What did I learn from my client from this presentation....   [tags: Disability, Developmental disability]

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The Importance Of A Nurse Client Relationship

- Relational Practice is being mindful of your own actions, environment, and situations. It goes beyond treating the disease and focuses on the patient as an individual with his or her own unique needs. In order to establish and maintain a concrete nurse-client relationship, nurses must utilize a wide range of effective communication and interpersonal skills. The ability to communicate effectively is an important skill that not only proves to be imperative as a nurse but also in everyday interactions....   [tags: Active listening, Hearing, Communication]

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The For Confidentiality Purposes The Client

- For confidentiality purposes the client will be referred to as AB. AB is a 17 year old African American male. He is in the custody of Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. The state of Texas has permanent managing conservatorship of AB. AB is currently placed in a psychiatric hospital. Prior to his removal AB lived in another state with his mother, older sister and stepfather. The biological mother had previous abuse and neglect cases in that state. It was alleged she was addicted to drugs, prostitution and living with a known sexual offender....   [tags: Family, Foster care, Cybernetics, Child abuse]

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Analysis Of ' The Client ' Ali '

- The client, Ali, is a 15 year old white female attending high school and living in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. She lives with her biological father, but her family system also includes her brother, Larry, biological mother, Carol, and maternal grandmother, Lucinda. She is in overall good health and there was no mention of any physical health concerns. However, based on the descriptions given by her relatives and Ali herself, as well as observations from the first meeting, Ali shows signs of anxiety, depression, and some difficulties understanding social cues....   [tags: Family, Interpersonal relationship, High school]

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Different Perspectives On Client Problems

- 1. Define “whole” person. A Whole person is based on his or her life experiences like family, friends, health, school, and work experience all of these work together to form a whole person. 2. In what ways can “client” can be defined. A Client is someone who comes into a human service system with complicated things going on in their lives this can include psychological, cultural, financial, social, spiritual, and educational problems. 3. List the different perspectives on client problems. Developmental Perspective, and the A Situational Perspective....   [tags: Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Psychology, Need]

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Understanding The Patient / Client Situation

- Introduction A great deal of emotions occur in the postpartum period, emotions that you could never understand unless you have been there. Before I attended a conference on depression in pregnancy & postpartum the thought of fathers suffering from postnatal depression never even entered my mind. As far as I was concerned, It was only associated it with giving birth. The knowledge I gained has not only changed my outlook on the subject but the way that I interact with and educate my patients. My focus is no longer just on the dyad of mom and baby it’s on mom, dad and baby if there is a partner involved at all....   [tags: Emotion, Empathy, Childbirth, Father]

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Personal Statement : My Client

- The following is my account and summary of my sessions with a particular client. This client of mine came to see me because she was seeking direction in guidance regarding the next stage of her life. My client is a Caucasian female and recent college graduate and 25 years of age. She has graduated with a degree in criminology as is unsure of which path she wants to go with it. Currently my client is unemployed since she recently graduated about three weeks ago. My client has expressed to me that would ideally like to work in a job that can relate somehow to her degree although she has expressed to me that she would not like to be come a police officer or go to law school....   [tags: High school, Personality psychology]

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Customer Call For A New Client

- 1. Explain how you prepare for a sales call for a new client. The rationale for asking this question: As an interviewer I am interested in understanding the candidates’ perspective regarding what formulates a productive call, Sales Prospecting, which according to RingDNA, is the practice in which you communicate with prospective clients with the expectations of obtaining fresh commerce. Sales Prospecting is frequently the initial function in the sales procedure which occurs prior to complement consultation, lead qualification, and sales interest....   [tags: Sales, Customer service]

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Personal Statement : My Client

- My client which I will refer to as Martin, is a 12 year old Hispanic male that was referred by his mother for have problems controlling his anger, poor self-esteem, and poor social skills. The client when I did his assessment was very timid and shy with myself. The answers I was getting from him were very short and straight to the point. I had little knowledge of this age group but I did know a little about him before he came in from the conversation I had with his mother. Growing up his biological father verbally, mentally, and physically abused him....   [tags: Developmental psychology]

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Skills Used With Client System

- Skills Used with Client System Miley, O’Melia, and DuBois (2012b) described networking as a way a social worker links people with resources and services. It also refers on how the professional develops networks of communication between organizations and other community resources that can help a reach a common goal. The Panhandle Promise Project is a small program that depends mostly on donations and grants. The program needs to seek resources in the community in order to provide adequate services to the client....   [tags: Learning, Need, Skill, Fundraising]

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The Step Father Molesting The Client

- In my humble opinion a combination of theoretical reasons indirectly lead to could have led to the step-father molesting the client. Also the same for clients initially keeping her abuse a secret and her developing the courage to reveal it as stated above. Part Three Sexual Abuse in Canada (Statistical Support) “ (Mooney, 2012)Child abuse refers to the physical or mental injury, sexual abuse, negligent treatment, or maltreatment of a child under the age of 18 by a person who is responsible for the child’s welfare.” (Mooney, 2012, p....   [tags: Human sexual behavior, Child abuse]

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The Competency Of A Client Interview

- Since the last journal, a lot school wise has happened. I discovered a likeness for family interviewing, conducted my standardized client interview, and learned a lot in different areas in this class. Family interviewing wasn’t an aspect of social work I put much thought in to. I have always focused on the child aspect of foster care, never the whole family. Now, I realize that that is in the job description but before it just never crossed my mind. I definitely never thought about couple’s therapy....   [tags: Emotion, Feeling, Psychology, Bullying]

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The Client, Henry, By William Shakespeare

- The client, Henry, came in complaining of being anxious whenever he was out in public. He noted that it had started out at a party where he had a panic attack episode while surrounded by a lot of people talking loudly. Henry remembers calming down once he got upstairs by himself, but after calming down he decided he’d rather go home than return to the party. Once home, he felt himself again and text his buddy to let him know he was sorry he had to leave early and made the excuse that he felt a bit nauseous and was going to lay down....   [tags: Anxiety, Fear, Panic attack, Panic disorder]

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Personal Theories Of Client Suffering

- Throughout this class we will learn numerous theories as to what causes client suffering and how clinicians can assist them. However, I go into this class with a blank slate as far as social work theories go, and therefore have my own unique theory to explain why clients suffer. This paper will discuss my personal theories regarding client suffering, as well as how a clinician or counselor can assist one’s suffering. It will then delve into how I developed this theory as well as strengths and limitations I believe it has....   [tags: Nature versus nurture, Human nature, Tabula rasa]

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Brief Description Of An Client

- Brief description of client Keane Smith is a 20-year-old Caucasian cisgender male student in his sophomore year at a college in Wooster, Ohio. He moved to the United States from Hastings, East Sussex, approximately two years ago to attend college. When Keane is in Hastings he lives with his loving parents and siblings; he is the oldest of three children. He appears to be his stated age and is approximately 6’ 2” tall and weighs 190 lbs. Keane appears to be in excellent physical condition. He is on the men’s rugby team and lives on campus currently....   [tags: Opioid, Drug addiction, Hydrocodone]

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Client Service Facts And Myths

- 10 Client Service Facts & Myths Let’s take a moment now and review some of the most common myths regarding customer/client services. 1. Client service is less tiring than other jobs requiring hard physical labor. Of course, this is totally false. Although the average customer service rep does sit behind a desk most of the day, the job is certainly less physical than ditch digging, mining or major construction projects. The real energy drain is the constant phone work or face to face services. Many customers can be quite negative or angry and these chronic personalities can take massive tolls on your mental health and psychology....   [tags: Customer service, Customer, Good, Sales]

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The Symptoms The Client Is Reporting

- Some of the symptoms the client is reporting is she has become extremely alarmed and disturbed by certain stimuli like the city traffic and even dreads going outside, crossing the street and getting surgery on her knee. Just going outside, she would find herself “jumping back and running from cars as they zoomed past her,” even though she was in no immediate danger, but simply driven by this newfound fear of the outdoors (50). Because of this fear, she stopped taking the subway, the bus, and quit going outside entirely....   [tags: Anxiety, Fear, Anxiety disorder, Claustrophobia]

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My Client Is A Young Lady

- My client is a young lady age thirteen going to eighth grade. She is her mother’s only child; however, she has siblings on her dad side. She attends a non-denomination church. She is in the orchestra at school, usher at church, and prior praise dancer until she fractured her foot. She was in STEM, Science Technology Engineering and Mathematic, magnet program in elementary and SIDI, STEM Institute of Design and Innovation magnet program in middle school. She is experiencing loneliness, boredom, and feeling unloved....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Father, Mother]

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My Client : A Nurse

- My client is 49 years old, female, single, and her current occupation is as a Registered Nurse. Observing and interviewing my client, she is alert and responsive. Her skin color is good; her eyes are heavy and slightly sunken and her hair is thin and dry. As a nurse, my clients working schedule affects her sleeping pattern leading to few and not enough hours of sleep. She works in a nursing agency that gives her a mix of day and night shifts, making it difficult to maintain a sleeping pattern. My clients’ general health is good, no known illnesses and has a normal body mass index....   [tags: Nursing, Sleep, Nutrition, Health]

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Client with a Psychotic Disorder

- This case study will discuss a client with a Psychotic Disorder. The term psychosis is used to describe a group of severe mental health disorders characterised by the presence of delusions and hallucinations that disrupt a person's perception, thoughts, emotions and behaviour. The main forms of psychosis are schizophrenia (including schizoaffective disorder, schizophreniform disorder and delusional disorder), bipolar disorder or other affective psychosis (National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Great Britain), British Psychological Society, National Library of Medicine, National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (Great Britain), & Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2011)....   [tags: Differential Diagnosis]

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Impact on Client: Diversity Interview

- ... I would offer warmth and genuineness along with empathy for their situation. In order to display warmth and genuineness, I will let Willie know I am interested and concerned with his situation, but I will be myself and not try to be fake. I will be respectful of him and value his opinions and feelings. I will disclose information that about myself that is pertinent to Willie’s situation in an effort to show my true genuineness to him. Empathy is something every social worker should display to their client’s no matter what the situation....   [tags: impact of poverty on the young]

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Identifying Information : The Client

- Identifying information: The client is a fifty-nine year old, White, middle class, transgender female. She is unmarried and lives alone in an apartment that she owns. Cheri is currently unemployed and has just completed training to become an electrologist. She has past therapeutic experience having received treatment prior to hormone therapy and sexual reassignment. Presenting problem: The client has expressed she is, “At a crossroad” and “having a difficult time making financial decisions” about her future....   [tags: Transgender, Sex reassignment surgery, Alcoholism]

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Theory and Client System Assessment

- For this client system assessment, I have chosen a client I engaged with while at work, my client’s name is Keith. Keith is 34 years old and has had many unfortunate circumstances surrounding his life, beginning with his birth. Keith’s family system consists of himself, his mother and two step siblings. Keith was unfortunately the product of a rape, witnessed repeated domestic abuse situations with his mother’s boyfriends and husbands, was abused himself and to this day, Keith continues to suffer in all domains: emotionally, mentally and physically....   [tags: psychology, stages of development, well being]

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Understanding The Client 's Problem

- What assessments would you conduct to enhance your understanding of the client’s problems and how would your choice of assessment(s) inform your diagnostic formation and treatment planning. Assessments may include structured or unstructured interviews, valid and reliable assessment measures, and/or formalized assessment procedures that may be conducted by yourself or by someone else referred by you. In order to understand the client’s problem, the evaluator must gather relevant data as it pertains to the forensic issues of concern (Bartol & Bartol, 2011)....   [tags: Assessment, Evaluation, Psychology, Test]

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Phone Calls And Client Appreciation

- Your leads may originate on the Internet, but they do not have to stay that way. Through phone calls, client appreciation events and seminars, you can reach out to clients directly. Increase your conversion rates by using these tips to pitch to prospective clients. 1. The Elevator Pitch Practice Your Pitch for Gaining and Retaining Prospects In the hectic modern world, people do not have time to listen patiently for a long lecture. For many people, an elevator pitch of two minutes or less is all that they want to listen to....   [tags: Need, Want, E-mail, Search engine optimization]

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Designing A Client 's Program

- When designing a client’s program, it is very important to have a long-term plan. While day to day workouts are what most people think of when picturing their personal trainer, the real results do not come overnight, or as the result of a single workout, or even after months of workouts. The cumulative effects of months and years of workouts produce the dramatic results. Haff and Triplett summarize periodization as the “theoretical and practical construct that allows for the systematic, seqwntial, and integrative programming of training interventions into mutually dependent period of time in order to induce specific physiological adaptations that underpin performance outcomes” (Haff & Triple...   [tags: Muscle, Physical exercise, Exercise]

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Brief Description Of The Client

- Brief Description of the Client Melissa Johnson is a 41-year-old woman, divorced and lives in an apartment with her 8 children. She has been living at the Del Sol Apartments in Sunnyside, WA with her children for about 7 years now. She has a female dog, the yorkie breed named Skittles, which is 2 year-old, Melissa says Skittles is too much to handle, but the children love her. Assessment of Client-in-Situation Micro Melissa has been divorced for 3 years now, ever since she was pregnant with her last child named Jane....   [tags: Mother, Family, Father, Want]

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Case Analysis : Client History

- Client History • Philander Owensby was convicted in Delaware County of Possession of a Controlled Substance, a Class C Felony in 2006. He was also convicted of Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance within 1000 feet, a Class C Felony in 2007 in Delaware County. Both convictions are being used to support the prosecutor’s case to seek habitual offender status. • In 1995 and again in 1998, he was charged with possession with intent to distribute. The 1995 charge was possession of cocaine with intent to distribute....   [tags: Automobile, Walking, Controlled Substances Act]

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The Client/Server Database Environment

- Over the last thirty plus years, in which computer software applications have been vital to business operations, the concept of client/server applications has evolved. In the early 1980’s the term, Client/Server, primarily referenced capabilities of new powerful centralized hardware. The computer world is different today and the concept is better defined as a system where the different logical components are separated from each other. The first of the three basic logical components is the Presentation Logic....   [tags: Information Technology]

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The Client 's Message

- Also, clarifying the client’s statement with the similarities of confrontation of the client. However, I have to paraphrase, highlight, and summarize my client’s message. First, paraphrasing, clients reword their problems, but they can have a difficulty or emotional problems when communicating with me. But I have to clarify their problems by narrowing their situations in order for the clients to know their messages was received. Second, highlighting has similarities to paraphrase, but there is a difference between the two such as, capturing the recurring theme of the message....   [tags: Writing, Communication]

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Occupational Therapy Client Analysis

- Occupational Therapy takes a client-centered approach to each individual and unique client. This client is Martha. She is 78. She was admitted to the hospital after suffering a cerebrovascular accident (CVA), or stroke. It began when she experienced a choking episode and weakness in her right side. The CVA resulted in right hemiplegia and aphasia. Martha has partial paralysis in the right half of her body and cannot verbally communicate. Her primary role is a homemaker. She graduated with a high school education but never pursued a profession....   [tags: Intervention Plan, Social Value]

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My Client Ms. Larson

- Our client Ms. Melody Larson (“Ms. Larson”) has contacted our office to seek advice on whether she has any legal recourse. She wants to have Ferdinand Sahayko (“Mr. Sahayko”) to stop his operation of the industrial plant he owns or making him handle the operation in a way that will allow her to be able to return to do business as before. This determination will be based on whether the operation Mr. Sahayko’s plant constitute a nuisance under the laws of Florida. There is no statute in the state of Florida covering the tort of private nuisance; nevertheless, common law provides sufficient precedence on the topic....   [tags: Law, Property, Tort, Nuisance]

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Client Report On Client 's Relationship With Depression, Frustration And Anxiety

- Client is a 25 year old Caucasian heterosexual woman who lives with a Caucasian male partner of 3 years who is the father of client’s 1 year old daughter. Client presents to therapy with depression, frustration and anxiety. Client reports that she feels stuck in her current relationship and that she would like to leave her partner but feels that she can’t because she does not want to lose custody of her daughter. Client reports that recently she has no desire to do anything around the house during the day and doesn’t want to spend time with her partner when he gets home from work....   [tags: Family, Parent, Marriage, Mother]

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Evaluation Of The Client Level And Stability Of Consciousness

- Appropriateness of behavior- The client seems to have times where she is covering her mouth while she speaks. For instance, when Celie dressed up with Shug, she was so happy. Every time Celie looked at herself in the mirror she is seen covering her mouth. Because the client has learned this behavior over the years. Orientation to person/time/place- The orientation to the client has taken place in her home, during the evenings, while she is relaxed and comfortable to talk. Memory- The client seems to recall information very well, she remembers every occasion, when she was abused as a child....   [tags: Family, Personal life, God, Psychology]

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Client Was Arrested On 11 / 30 / 2015

- Client was arrested on 11/30/2015. Client reported she was incarcerated at Riker’s Island. On 1/5/2016, Client walk in the Social Service Office to informed this worker that she re-entered the shelter on 1/5/2016. Client in the meeting had body odor. Client reported since 11am she being asking onsite RA for her personal belonging so that she can take a shower and changes her clothes. Client continues to report due to limited staff onsite she was told to wait until the RA return from lunch. . In the meeting client was dressed in slack black pants and sweat black hooded sweater....   [tags: Health care, Psychiatry, Medicine]

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