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ASSIGNMENT EIGHT
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Some issues that maybe require crisis intervention includes addiction to drugs, alcohol or smoking, academic stress, loneliness and… Mental health of an affected individual is better understood by community counselors who help the individuals in understanding the problems to the core, finding their own mental strength and becoming more resilient. This helps…
The role and life of a mental health counselor
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Mental Health Counseling Name Institution Course Date Job Description, Work Environment, and Wages According to Latinos, a mental health counselor, the work of a mental health counselor (MHC) has definition as doing work with people, households, and teams to deal with and cure psychological and emotional disorders which include nervousness, suicidal desires, sadness, substance misuse, stress, ordeal, low self-respect and sorrow.…
Legal aspects of sounseling
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Counselors like other professionals face ethical dilemmas and legal challenges in their day-to-day activities. Acting lawfully is often not easy or clear, and counselors have in that… oks and principles of academic knowledge which are not adequate resources in assessing the developmental level at which their fellow colleagues operate (Bentler, 2008).…
Clients Requiring Psychotropic Medication
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Introduction: The use of psychotropic drugs in combination with psychotherapy in the form of counseling has become widespread. In fact, it has become the standard of care for many patients seen by psychiatrists. In this therapeutic approach, counseling and the resultant psychotherapy is augmented by the use of pharmacological agents (Beitman BD, Blinder BJ, Thase ME, Riba M, Safer DL., 2003).…
Clients requiring psychotropic medication
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In fact, it has become the standard of care for many patients seen by psychiatrists. In this therapeutic approach, counseling and the resultant… to monitor the effects of medication or to make notations on some rating scale to assess progress or side effects of psychotropic medications; rather, it should be a system in which both therapies are integrated and…
Organizational Psychology in Corporate Application
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This essay discusses the application of organizational psychology for a hypothetical company, ‘We Make Widgets’, in order to build a model of corporate policy for employee support in daily operations.Organizational psychology can assist corporations in becoming more efficient by being attentive to the needs of employees and providing training programs that make employees more dynamic, productive, relaxed, and focused individuals.…
Addiction Counseling Methods
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Treatment for addiction has become popular for several reasons. First, there is an emergent idea that treatment is effective; second, it is believed that treatment aids in curbing crime rates as there is a widespread assumption that drug and alcohol addiction causes criminal behavior (Weegman & Leighton, 2004).… Burdened by the growth in substance addiction…
Person Centered Counseling
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Carl Roger’s “philosophy” has been matched with that of Zen Buddhism, the Bach Flower remedies, as well as with the Christian doctrine of original sin, and the New Testament virtues. … His professional struggle against orthodox psychiatry has reminded a scholar of Martin Luther’s stand against the catholic church. Roger’s person centered approach (to…
Medical & social needs of homecare clients
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Essay Customer Inserts His/Her Name Customer Inserts Grade Course Customer Inserts (11 12, 2012) Outline. 1. Introduction 2. Basic physical and emotional needs of clients 3. Recognizing the role of HHA 4. Relating client and family rights to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs 5.… Conclusion Medical and social needs of Homecare Clients. 1. Introduction. Home health…
Culture
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Social support refers to the complex construction of elements that is illustrated by function and structure of interpersonal relationships (Crow 93). Various models of counseling outlined… Other forms of researchers continue to underscore the relevance involved in the deconstruction of the ways specifying distinct interpersonal relations (Almeida, Johnson and…
Helping Relationships
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It’s important for all professionals to adhere to ethical standards of conduct, but for the helper who is often in a professional relationship with a highly vulnerable helpee the importance of ethical standards immense. Ethics are a set of standards for how to act in certain… Ethics are also different from values as values refer to what is good and desirable,…
Residential social care work
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This fast-paced world of ours seems to continually crave for products and processes that bring instant gratification… be it modern gadgets, speeding up courses of action, and even moving on from one significant life change to another. However, as human beings, there remain… “The aim of social work is to enhance citizens’ ability to take care of themselves and…
Human Resource Management
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Work related stress is caused by various factors, some of which are categorized as pressure from work, environment, circumstances, pressure from staff, patients or the NHS organization (due to directives… The Model of Work Stress is a model that is also recommended by The Management Standards, and continuously updated and revised by Palmer and Cooper (2003).…
Trauma Management
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The ominous clutches of trauma hang on gravely into people's lives. Both those who are directly involved in a traumatic incident and those who responded to the emergency and the caregivers are all tortured and anguished. Even society itself is wronged when random and senseless misfortunes are experienced by those among us who are no more vulnerable than we are.…
Long Term Care And Technology In Japan And Korea
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In 2008, the aging ratio in Japan was 22.0%, the highest in the world. This paper looks into the systems and institutions for the elderly population covered by long-term care insurance in Japan and the Republic of Korea. It shall discuss the historical changes in policies in these two nations. … This essay stresses that Health Care & Welfare Complex is…
School base bully prevention programs: A systematic review
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This program aimed to state bullying as a serious issue that can go beyond the immediate individual experiencing it; as it involved other children and their teachers – as well as the parents of bullied children (Pepler et al., 2004). The program aimed at many preventive… school level was aimed at developing a positive code of behaviour in children, engagingd…
The Individual at Work
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Workplace stress is mental pressure which can diminish one’s bodily energy and can have effects which are long-lasting. There, the implications are both physical and psychological. Many people, when faced with workplace stress, attempt to resolve the issues themselves.… Workplace stress may be caused by overwork and insane hours, which organizations currently…
Health Psychology
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Many educators of medicine now teach the biopsychosocial model over the biomedical model, claiming that it is the new evolutionary phase of the biomedical model although it has not supplanted the subsequent model as yet (Smith 2002, pg. 1525). The biopsychosocial model has helped medical providers in coming to the recognition that medicine can be viewed as a natural science.…
Health psychology
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Many educators of medicine now teach the biopsychosocial model over the biomedical model, claiming that it is the new evolutionary phase of the biomedical model although it has not supplanted the subsequent model as yet (Smith 2002, pg. 1525). The biopsychosocial model has… The acceptance of the model has slowly evolved and has gradually been becoming more…
Do race and household income impact parental perceptions of homework
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Carefully defining parent involvement in school is necessary precondition for identifying the factors that control it (Epstein, 1997; Keith, 2001). Though, developing clear definition of such multifaceted concept is not easy. Parent involvement encompasses broad range of parenting behavior, ranging from discussion with children about homework to attendance at parent-teacher organization (PTO) meetings.…
A Literature review on Women Experiences with Various Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Intervention Approaches
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TITLE: A REVIEW ON RECENT QUALITATIVE AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ASSESSING WOMEN’S EXPERIENCES WITH VARIOUS INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE (IPV) INTERVENTION APPROACHES INTRODUCTION Definition of IPV Intimate partner violence (IPV) is defined as violent behaviors accorded by the perpetrator, who is, was, or wishes to be involved in an intimate or dating relationship with the victim, who is an adult or adolescent (Cronholm, 2006).…
Effective Supervision Can Minimize Staff Turnover from Burn-Out in Direct Care Staff in Adolescent Residential Settings
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Hecker (2004) predicted that direct care worker occupations are among one of the fastest growing jobs and they also have the largest growth among health occupations between 2002 and 2012. According to the estimates made, an additional 888, 000 direct care worker jobs in… Contemporary studies are now offering new insights regarding turnover problem with regards…
Bullying in Elementary Schools: Students' Perception of Bullying
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Bullying in Elementary Schools: Students’ Perceptions of Bullying Acknowledgements Certificate of Originality I hereby certify that the content of this thesis is original and all material and ideas borrowed from other sources are properly cited and referenced.… 37 Introduction 37 Rationale for the Research Design 43 Respondents 44 Population Sample 46…
Police and Education
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This paper is focused on the origin of crime. According to the text, ever since the dawn of human civilization crime has been a baffling problem. It is also mentioned that there is hardly any society which is not beset with the problem of crime.… Different groups have different and often incompatible interests in the society which give rise to conflicts and…
Ethical Issues and Marriage/Family Counseling
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Ethical Issues and Marriage/Family Counseling Breaches of confidentiality Confidentiality is considered as “the most important concept in the delivery of counseling services” Hodges, 2010, p.38). Confidentiality is viewed as an “essential” factor in a client-counselor “relationship” because if it is not kept as a practice, the client would have no reason to “disclose personal or sensitive information” upon which depends the very success of the act of counseling (Hodges, 2010, p.38).…
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