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...Therapist: History and Role in Modern Medicine Alternative medicine has increasingly gained popularity for the past 25 years and a lot of the credit for the revamp of this health system is due to the Alternative therapists that have been professionalizing their practice and placing standard for proper scientific evaluation. From being dissed by the modern medical world to its status today, Alternative medicine and its practitioners – the alternative therapists are indispensable tools for holistic healing. In the future, more scientific evidence of the effectiveness of Alternative medicine will surface and with this, the status and reputation of the Alternative Therapists will once again... ? Alternative...
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Occupational therapist
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...therapist, because we lived in a poor rural area of Pakistan. In 2004, two years after my father’s accident, my family immigrated to the United States. I was overjoyed to move to America because it would allow me to pursue a career in occupational therapy. After seeing how much my care was able to help my father, I was excited to begin studying to be an occupational therapist. Currently, I am volunteering... ? Dear admission committee, Re: What Matters to Me and Why Values are some of the most important things in our lives. They drive so many of our decisions and even make choices for us that we aren't aware of. I have always been a caring person who has loved his family. That value has led me to the...
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Occupational Therapist
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...Therapist Occupational Therapy: Autism Child This is a case study of an autistic child with severe impairments to his verbal and nonverbal communication, and social interactions. He also experiences restricted repetitive plus stereotyped behaviors in his play and overall behavior. Areas of Occupation ADLs The child is reluctant to comb his hair, manage his eating utensils, buttoning his shoe laces, and brushing teeth. He also demonstrates considerably more feeding troubles, coupled with a restricted variety of food preferences. Thus, he feels uncomfortable that he is not yet able to perform them. His performance deficits in motor and process skills are due to his sensory processing... Occupational...
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Music Therapist
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...Therapist "Music therapy is a technique of complementary medicine that uses music prescribed in a skilled manner by trained therapists. Programs are designed to help patients overcome physical, emotional, intellectual, and social challenges" (Answers.com). It was stated that "music therapists are themselves talented musicians," apparently, music skill is a basic requirement in obtaining such profession (Answers.com). In addition, some music skills are also required like: "knowledge of musical cultures; high level of performance on at least one instrument; highly developed aural awareness; and the ability to make arrangements... interpersonal skill; "knowledgeable in professional and...
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Therapist Perspective
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...therapist are divided into four branches. Namely Mental Research Institute therapist, Hale style therapist, Madaness therapist, and Milan style routine therapist. Mental Research Institute is a type of therapy interested in family... Strategic and Systematic Therapies Strategic and Systematic Therapies Strategic therapy aims at initiating what happens during atherapy session and designs a particular and concrete approach to each problem (Kolko, Iselin, & Gully, 2011). Systematic, on the other hand, deals with the systematic context rather than the isolated behavior. Both therapies must identify the solvable problem, set goals, and design intervention to achieve those objectives. Systematic and strategic...
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The Therapist Reflection
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...Therapist: According to many... Client’s 13 February Reflection “The listener tries to understand the speaker, to be empathic with him. He is nonjudgmental and adds nothing of his own thoughts or feelings to the conversation as long as he is in the listeners role. He tries to perceive the underlying feelings of the speaker and helps him to verbalize and clarify them. He allows control of the conversation to rest with the speaker.” (Guerney & Stover 1975) The client who features in the video is apparently suffering; his better half abuses him and gets angry for no reason. Several terms like explode so on and so forth have been repeatedly used; these terms indicate that the woman has completely lost it; s...
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Phisical Therapist Assistans
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...THERAPIST ASSISTANTS I. Job As the suggests, a physical therapist assistant, commonly referred to as PTA, works by providing physical therapy services. As an assistant however, this work is done under the direct instruction and supervision of a certified or licensed physical therapist. The need to seek and utilize instructions is very important to the success of work that a physical therapist assistant might provide as the licensed physical therapist is noted to be a more experienced and professional practitioner who has the academic and professional knowhow to ensure that standards of practice are met and utilized (Cote, Cassidy and Carroll, 2000). Supervision is also crucial as a way... ?PHYSICAL...
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Cardio Respiratory Therapist
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...Therapist Cardio respiratory therapists are medical practitioners who have knowledge on the working of the respiratory system of the human body. Cardio respiratory therapists work with people in hospitals, schools, clinics, military establishments and offices. These therapists have to be familiar with ventilators, diagnostic machines, life support and therapeutic equipment. A great majority of cardio respiratory therapists form part of the hospital staff, some get involved in home based care, while others work for continued care and rehabilitation facilities as skilled nurses. Cardio respiratory therapists take care of patients who have problems with their respiratory system... Cardio respiratory...
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Admission Essay Occupational Therapist
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...Therapist In my understanding, occupational therapists are specialized medical workers who are entrusted the crucial task of administering therapy by facilitating physically and mentally impaired people as they independently cope with the development of psycho-motor and sensory capacities. While the patient undergoes a course of treatment, an occupational therapist promotes a setting that helps enhance the performance of a disabled person which eventually reflects through the proper functioning of the rest of the individual's aspects. The same therapist is expected to provide assurance that the treated condition is at least maintained by conducting post evaluation... Admission Essay – Occupational...
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Statistics for clinical therapist
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...therapist - REVISED a. Public Opinion on issues related to National Health Service (NHS A Survey Research of Glasgow.b. Introduction Recent years have seen a power shift in the health service, away from professionals and towards the users of services. The current policy context places patients at the centre of health service delivery and planning by promoting greater partnership with users and public involvement in decisions over service provision. A study titled "Public Health Sciences: Challenges and Opportunities" (www.wellcome.ac.uk/phs) was carried out by an independent working party commissioned by the Wellcome Trust, one of the worlds leading biomedical research... Statistics for clinical...
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Statistics for clinical therapist
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...therapist - REVISED a. Public Opinion on issues related to National Health Service (NHS A Survey Research of Glasgow. b. Introduction Recent years have seen a power shift in the health service, away from professionals and towards the users of services. The current policy context places patients at the centre of health service delivery and planning by promoting greater partnership with users and public involvement in decisions over service provision. A study titled "Public Health Sciences: Challenges and Opportunities" (www.wellcome.ac.uk/phs) was carried out by an independent working party commissioned by the Wellcome Trust, one of the world's leading biomedical research... Statistics for clinical...
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On Being A Music Therapist
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...Therapist “Music therapy is a technique of complementary medicine that uses music prescribed in a skilled manner by trained therapists. Programs are designed to help patients overcome physical, emotional, intellectual, and social challenges” (Answers.com). It was stated that “music therapists are themselves talented musicians,” apparently, music skill is a basic requirement in obtaining such profession (Answers.com). In addition, some music skills are also required like: “knowledge of musical cultures; high level of performance on at least one instrument; highly developed aural awareness; and the ability to make arrangements... interpersonal skill; “knowledgeable in professional and...
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Kinesiology as a Massage therapist
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...therapist Introduction “Kinesiology is still a fairly new physical science. It was only introduced under theumbrella of chiropractic medicine in 1964” (Kinesiology) Kinesiology is the branch of physiology which deals with the human mechanics and anatomy in relation to human movement. It focuses mainly on our body movements and functions. As per the basic principles of Kinesiology, our body movements determine the body health. As everybody knows, most of the body parts will be more active when our body undergoes movement. For example our heart beats and blood circulation will increase when we do physical exercises. These increased blood circulation will increases both our... Kinesiology as a Massage...
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The Physical Therapist and the Law
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...THERAPIST AND THE LAW THE PHYSICAL THERAPIST AND THE LAW of the _________________________________ Student ID No.: _____ Program: _________________________________________ (course or educational curriculum) Specialization: ____________________________________________ Faculty Mentor/Professor: Name of school ___________________________________________ Abstract The physical therapy profession in Florida is regulated by state law. The governing rules include the licensure requisites and certain aspects of police power. The present discourse offers data and information related to the subject health care vocation and a discussion of the same. The Physical... Running head: THE PHYSICAL...
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Why do you want to be phyical therapist and your vision of a future physical therapist
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...Therapist Unending cases of people having difficulties to move and constant complains about pains have inherently dominated the surrounding environments. As an individual, I was faced with the fear of what the world might become. The current lifestyle has re-shaped how people live, sleep and what they eat. As a result, many diseases have emerged leading to many complications. In response, I tried figuring out how to remedy the situation at hand. Despite many options, a definite answer remains, pursuing a Physical Therapy Profession. Notably, a physical therapist is a health care professional who examines and treats individuals of all ages. The refreshing feeling of treating people... Task: Physical...
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Triggers and Countertransference Issues for a Family Therapist
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...Therapist Any therapist working with must realize that there can be triggers from working with a client that can create countertransference. The client may have transference issues of their own, but a therapist is trained to help the client through these issues. This paper will focus on the triggers that a family therapist must confront when they are products of dysfunctional families. The needs of the therapist will be discussed using Attachment Theory, Bowen Family Systems Theory and Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT). Triggers that May Cause Countertransference The therapist (we will call Jane) was raised by a mother and father who were alcoholics. The parents... ?Countertransference Issues for a Family...
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Why i want to be a respiratory therapist
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...therapist has a crucial role to play in a healthcare team and shares a vital responsibility to provide breathing care to a patient. Respiratory therapist should have ability to react quickly and take instant as well as correct decisions when needed. They should have capability to think laterally and work under tension. Theses qualities are needed for handling patients who are in crisis. Respiratory therapist should be effective and efficient to handle, prevent and cope any adverse events. They should able to handle every tough situation with focus, strength, stamina and heightened alertness. It would be a great feeling to be a part of health care team to deliver respiratory care... for...
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Sexual attractions in the client - therapist relationship - Psychology
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...Therapist Relationship A Psychological Perspective of Sexual Attractions in the Client-Therapist Relationship A Discussion Paper Name Course Title Name of Professor Date of Submission Introduction “In every house where I come, I will enter only for the good of my patients, keeping myself far from all intentional ill-doing and all seduction, and especially from the pleasures of love with women and men” (Dorlands Medical Dictionary, 1988, p. 768). This summarizes the nature of the relationship between the therapist and the client, clear on the responsibility solely laid on the therapist not to mix sexual pleasure in the therapy. As Borden (n.d.) boldly... Running Head: Sexual Attractions in the...
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Interview With Rape Therapist With Support Of Literature
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...therapist with support of literature Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) through rape and other forms of assaultis rampant in California. These incidences of IPV rape are either fatal or nonfatal, but all are damaging to the victims both physically and psychologically (Myers, 2011). Research into this type of rape was conducted by interviewing Dr. Khalil Rahmany of The Hume Center Concord, CA. The doctor acknowledges that IPR (Intimate Partner Rape) has some of the most damaging consequences on victims as it is perpetrated by a loved one, either a husband or boyfriend. Even though IPR is banned across the United States, some states still have poor response mechanisms to this type... ? Interview with rape...
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Being a therapist using the attachment theory of Gordon Neufeld
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...Therapist Using the Attachment Theory of Gordon Neufeld As a child with separation problems, it would be difficult for me to interact with people because I would be afraid that the individual would leave and something would happen to them. With this I mind, as I was treating children and adolescents, I may have difficulty in several ways in dealing with children who had separation problems. According to Nuefeld (2006), separation problems are numerous for children and are shown in many different ways. One of the most common problems that I have seen with children is separation anxiety. This is where children are afraid that their parents may not come back for them because something may... Being a...
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Contrast and compare occupational therapist and registered nurse
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...Therapists and Registered Nurses Occupational Therapy is “The use of productive or creative activity in the treatment or rehabilitation of physically or emotionally disabled people (American Heritage Dictionary, 2000).” They work with a range of people who have problems in understanding and carrying out meaningful functions of life. They work with people having disabilities and try to enable them to either overcome their disabilities, or maximise their potential and talents keeping their disability in mind. Their responsibilities include the assessment, development and implementation of rehabilitative procedures to treat for functional impairments. A Registered Nurse... Comparison between Occupational...
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Salt Lake Community Collage Physical Therapist Assistant Program
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...therapist assistant to encompass a larger scale of knowledge. I do believe that my direction and purpose is to help others. The SLCC Physical Therapist Assistant program offers me the opportunity to fulfill my higher calling. The field of physical therapy has long interested me because I find myself... When it comes to the numerous government-man d changes in healthcare that will be implemented in the next few years, I believe that change is always necessary for the greater good so that a program does not become stalemate and with more people aging or having more vigorous working demands or physical injuries, the physical therapy profession will be greatly impacted. I believe the profession of...
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Role of therapist in serving the old population
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...Therapist in serving the old population Family Therapy The increase in the level of life expectancy in the United States is contributing a growth in the elderly population in United States. Further the mass of the elderly population in United States owes its origin to the baby boomer effect in the country. The elderly population in these countries largely feels unsecured about the changes happening in the society. They feel traumatized about the various events happening around their surroundings. Hence... ? Aging Introduction The growth in the aging population in developed countries like United s of America has rendered due complexity to the treatment of complex diseases and chronic illnesses. The...
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Client Attachment to Therapist: Relations to transference & client recollections of parental caregiver
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...Therapist: Relations to Transference & Client Recollections of Parental Caregiving Client Attachment to Therapist: Relations to Transference & Client Recollections of Parental Caregiving Synopsis of Article The article Client Attachment to Therapist: Relations to Transference and Client Recollections of Parental Caregiving inspected the relations between the therapist as well as the recollections of parental caregiving. The study was done by Woodhouse, Schloser, Crook, Ligiero, and Gelso and it involved 51 participants who were undergoing therapy sessions. The study examined how therapists rate the levels of client’s transference and related them to secure and preoccupied-merger... Client Attachment to...
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Client Attachment to Therapist: Relations to transference & client recollections of parental caregiver
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...Therapist: Relations to Transference & Client Recollections of Parental Caregiving Client Attachment to Therapist: Relations to Transference & Client Recollections of Parental Caregiving Synopsis of Article The article Client Attachment to Therapist: Relations to Transference and Client Recollections of Parental Caregiving inspected the relations between the therapist as well as the recollections of parental caregiving. The study was done by Woodhouse, Schloser, Crook, Ligiero, and Gelso and it involved 51 participants who were undergoing therapy sessions. The study examined how therapists rate the levels of client’s transference and related them to secure and preoccupied... ? Client Attachment to...
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Critically Evaluate the Role of the Occupational Therapist/Social Worker In the Child Protection Process
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...Therapist/Social Worker in the Child Protection Process Introduction The issue ofchild protection is a very challenging one. While under care of the Occupational Therapist (OT) or Social Workers (SW), the children undergo both physical and psychological trauma regardless of their current situation (Marjorie and Margaret 2008). Incase the lives of children are considered to be in danger; they may be offered with support services by social workers or even separated from their birth families. This creates a gap and which needs careful articulation. Child nurturing is a very sensitive exercise and requires careful attention to ensure that they grow to be responsible people... The Role of the Occupational...
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Person-Centred Therapy Offers the Therapist All that he/she will Need to Treat Clients
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...Therapist All That He/She Will Need to Treat The Person-Centred Therapy The person-centred theory sees theclient as their “own best authority on their own experience” (Mulhauser 1). The theory views the client as an individual who is wholly able to achieve their growth potential. It holds that accomplishing potential needs demands a favourable environment considering that under severe conditions, an individual can fail to develop and grow well. When an individual is denied positive attention and acceptance, he or she may start losing touch with the meaning of their experiences. As a result, their natural tendency to develop in a particular direction consistent... ?Person-Centred Therapy Offers the...
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How will you embody this vision as a future physical therapist
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...Therapist al Affiliation How I Will Embody APTA’s Vision as a Future Physical Therapist The recent move by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) to adopt a new vision for the physical therapy profession has been described as a timely move, which has been long overdue. The vision reads "Transforming society by optimizing movement to improve the human experience" (American Physical Therapy Association, 2014, par. 1). Although the wording of the vision statement has generated controversies during the debate, everyone in the physical therapy profession agrees that the vision will act as a guiding principle towards achieving vision 2020... How I Will Embody APTA’s Vision as a Future Physical...
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What qualities, skills, and abilities must physical therapist assistants possess in order to be effective interdisciplinary team members
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...therapist assistants must be able to participate as full members of the interdisciplinary team. What qualities, skills, and abilities must physical therapist assistants possess in order to be effective interdisciplinary team members? According to the All Allied Health Schools (2002-2008), the physical therapist assistants (PTA) help physical therapists in the daily routines including assisting patients during their rehabilitation. These patients may have burns, amputations, stroke, vertigo, low back pain, arthritis, heart disease, fractures, head injuries and cerebral palsy. The PTAs conduct therapeutic exercises, provide therapeutic massage, observe patients, and evaluate data... Physical...
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Literature Review and Research Proposal - That extra intervention of a dietician and occupational therapist will maintain a he
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...therapist will ultimately maintain a healthy body mass index and improve quality of life, depression and dyskinesia in the patient with Alzheimer’s disease. This literature review and research paper will take a deep comprehensive study on the vital important role that the dieticians and the occupational therapist play in the slowing down on the effects and symptoms of patients with Alzheimer’s disease (Small and Vorgan, 2011, p. 124). This paper summarizes the specific approaches to the maintenance of a healthy body mass index in the patient whereas... ?LITERATURE REVIEW AND RESEARCH PROPOSAL Introduction Alzheimer’s disease is a neurologic disease that is progressive in the brain that leads to...
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COMPARE and CONTRAST two theories/models of relationships and show how they might be utilised by a therapist who is engaged in c
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...therapist as being too pragmatic to the rights and wrongs of a relationship... ? The Comparison and Contrast of the Equity Theory and the 4 Stage Model and Their Use in Couples' Counselling. INTRODUCTION The Social Exchange Theorist use both the Four stage Model and the Equity Theory as they both depend on the relational dyad of two people which create interpersonal resources: rewards, costs, and reciprocity. The resources can be symbolic and, or material. (Thibaut & Kelley 1959). The Equity Theory of Walsfer, Walsfer and Berscheid (1978) went one step deeper to explain intimate relationships. The model and theory will be compared to show how they are alike, as well as their differences in order to show...
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Literature Review and Research Proposal - That extra intervention of a dietician and occupational therapist will maintain a healthy body mass index and improve quality of life, depression and dyskinesia in the patient with Alzheimer's disease
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...therapist will ultimately maintain a healthy body mass index and improve quality of life, depression and dyskinesia in the patient with Alzheimer’s disease. This literature review and research paper will take a deep comprehensive study on the vital important role that the dieticians and the occupational therapist play in the slowing down on the effects and symptoms of patients with Alzheimer’s disease (Small and Vorgan, 2011, p. 124). This paper summarizes the specific approaches to the maintenance of a healthy body mass index in the patient whereas... LITERATURE REVIEW AND RESEARCH PROPOSAL Introduction Alzheimer’s disease is a neurologic disease that is progressive in the brain that leads to...
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'in a positive therapeutic relationship the therapist will behave towards the client as if he or she is someone who makes sense, who is worthy of attention, who has the power to choose and who has strengths.(Berger & Staggs, 1987 cited in J. McLeod,
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...therapist – mitigation versus relationship in a complex counselling environment BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE “In a positive therapeutic relationship, the therapist will behave towards the client as if he or she is someone who makes sense, who is worthy of attention, who has the power to choose and who has strengths” (Berger & Staggs, 1987 cited in J. McLeod) Effective Counselling The quotation above indicates that it is the role of an effective counsellor to establish camaraderie with clients, putting particular emphasis on giving the individual a personal sense of belonging. The statement suggests patients have a certain need requiring fulfilment that involves assistance... by Coombs...
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How will you embody this vision as a future physical therapist
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... Femininity in poetry Poetry is a powerful voice that is useful in amplifying certain ills in the contemporary society. Poems let individuals witness the intensity of wrong things that are normalized in the society. It is crucial to analyze femininity in the context of oppression since women have perennially faced a diminished status in the society. This does not suggest that other representations of femininity are not valid. For instance, some schools of thought may view femininity as a form of sacred beauty. The poems of Clifton, Sexton, and Rich focuses on how a woman face suppression in their ordinary lives and manifest how a woman can arise out of such confined spaces. Femininity... Femininity in...
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A verbatim transcript and reflective commentary of a 10-min long 'therapist-client' role-play demonstrating use of counselli
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...?Counselling Skills: Exploring and Questioning Counselling consist of an interactive process between at least two parties: counsellor and client/clients (Corsini & Wedding, 2008). The purpose of counselling is to identify and treat the cause of discomfort or suffering. The counsellor is usually guided by a theory of counselling in attempting to identify and treat the causes of discomfort or suffering (Corsini & Wedding, 2008). In this regard, the exploring and questioning phase of counselling guided by Roger’s Client-Centred Therapy also known as person-centred therapy will be analysed. Using Rogers’ Client-Centred Therapy the exploring phase of the counselling sessions are aimed... Skills: Exploring...
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Investigate Legal Reporting Requirements for Psychologists
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...therapist of a patient does not only act as a therapist but also a friend, neighbor, college instructor or a student. The boundaries of a dual relationship must be respected to reach better results. Ethical problems originate when therapists mix their professional relationships along a different relationship. When the professional links two or more relationships with their client, ethical problems may arise if not handled well. Simultaneously, working along dual relationships where the therapist is not only the therapist, but may also turn out to be his client`s teacher or etc, ethical issues can cause... Ethical Concerns in Multiple Relationships A multiple or a dual relationship arises when the...
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...therapist at a clinic. That person is the assistant to the chief therapist of the clinic. He usually provides treatment to the patients under supervision of the chief. The situation is that, one day, the supervisor of the therapist did not come to the clinic, which made the young therapist the only therapist present in the clinic at that time. Here, I want to mention that the wife of the therapist was pregnant and she was admitted in a hospital waiting for her delivery in a day or two. Coming... ?Ethical Problem – The Situation The ethical situation, which I am going to describe, is related to physical therapy. The situation involves a personwho has a three-year practical work experience as a physical...
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Why are the following traits crucial to success as a speech-language pathologist - good interpersonal skills -ability to take another's perspective -ability to problem solve
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...therapists and they are responsible for diagnosing and treating communication, vocal, and language disorders. These therapists require various skills including interpersonal, problem solving and openness to experience skills. A therapist requires good interpersonal skills because the entire therapy sessions conducted by these therapists involve communication and understanding the issues faced by the patient and his or her family (Vinson 27). The therapist should... (Your Why are the following traits crucial to success as a speech-language pathologist? - Good interpersonal skills -ability to take anothers perspective -ability to solve problem Speech-language pathologists are also recognized as speech th...
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Theraputic intervention
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...therapist. In order to treat a client in manner which yields successful results, it is essential that the client-therapist relation is free from reluctance and hesitance. Apart from this a predetermine process has to be followed upon. The process of therapeutic alliance comprises of some major steps which must be considered for the successful treatment of client. The process includes: Settling an appointment Understanding the client’s symptoms Developing initial formulation Explaining... Therapeutic Alliance What "ingredients" assist initial interview & facilitation of therapeutic alliance? Therapeutic Alliance is referred to as the collaborative relationship between the client/patient and the...
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Psychology Journal Article Summary
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...therapist to create a relationship, in which the client begins to attach to the therapist during the therapy, and to allow them to become a part of themselves. In forming this alliance, the client is better able to learn of themselves and to share with the therapist their innermost thoughts... Journal Summary Horvath, A.O., & Luborsky, L. (1993). The Role of the Therapeutic Alliance in Psychotherapy. Journal of Consulting andClinical Psychology. 61, 561-573. In this article. Luborsky and Horvath look at how therapeutic alliance has become an essential part of psychotherapy, after having originated in the psychodynamic theory. Therapeutic alliance has the goal of allowing the patient and the therapist...
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The Importance of Maintaining a Valid Physical Therapy License
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...therapist to maintain a valid license in order to practice physical therapy. Physical therapy licenses exist for a reason: to ensure that physical therapy professionals conform to the high standards of the industry. These standards ensure the safety of patients and that patients can rely on the knowledge and professionalism of the physical therapist with whom they are working. Furthermore, because physical therapy continues to evolve and change, it is important for a physical therapist to renew his license in order that he keeps himself abreast of the newest advances within... The Importance of Maintaining a Valid Physical Therapy License It is of the utmost importance, without exception, for a physical...
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Watch the video Issues in Counseling Women
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...therapist assumes that Norma had been doing something differently, which led to the change in Bill’s attitude. In this situation, Norma needs reassurance that she can go to graduate school and Bill’s reaction is not a result of her wrong doing. The therapist also notifies Norma about marriages that break up when the woman goes to graduate school. However, there are many successful marriages with women who are well educated and the failure in the marriages cannot be solely attributed to the woman returning to school. The therapist also told Norma to rethink her idea of going to graduate school as it may... be a result of some family problems. The approach taken by the...
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Practice Act Assignment: Physical Therapists
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...therapists Considering New Jersey and Vermont, a physical therapist is a trainee who has met the conditions that set by the statute and has a license to provide care and services of physical therapy, which include examination, testing and evaluation of patients. In the same states, an assistant physical therapist is a person who works under the supervision from the physical therapist and has the license to perform a selection of physical therapy sessions. The initials in use include PTs for physical therapists and PTAs for physical therapists assistants, as well as PT aides who according to the statute in both states follow instructions given to them by the physical therapists. In the same... Physical...
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...therapists will always portray certain behaviors as desirable or healthier. This entails persuasion and suggestion. This essay argues that suggestion and persuasion are inevitable parts of the therapeutic process. For appropriate therapy, a good relationship must exist between the therapist and the patient. During the development of the relationship, gradual discharge of emotion... ?SUGGESTION AND PERSUASION ARE PARTS OF THE THERAPEUTIC PROCESS 24th, January, Suggestion and Persuasion Are Parts of the Therapeutic Process Introduction The therapeutic process entails treatment of a condition using methods such as reassurance, and instructions. The role of suggestion and persuasion in therapeutic process is ...
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Infidelity and Divorce
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...Therapists Submission Connected to this assumption that total honesty is vital for an intimate relationship is the truism in the field of couples’ therapy that discovery or confession of an affair is an inexcusable conduct for individuals in marital therapy who think about saving the marriage. Specialists in infidelity and divorce issues may have varying insights about how much should be revealed, but majority of them claim that it is imperative for the person who had the affair to inform the spouse and to disclose the facts (Olmstead, Blick, & Mills, 2009). This common guideline does not consider the empirical... Running Head: Psychology Working with Infidelity and Divorce Issues: A Great Challenge to...
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Unit 8 Seminar Legal & Ethics
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...Therapists are bound by professional standards to maintain confidentiality with regard to information shared by clients during therapy sessions. According to Corey, Corey &Callanan (2010), there are special exceptions to the confidentiality principle, for example, in case of a court order. However, balancing confidentiality with couples and family therapy can be very tricky, especially if some individuals want the therapist to keep their secrets. On one hand, the therapist wants to maintain individual confidentiality but on the other, the therapist knows that the keeping... Informed consent and confidentiality in family therapy al affiliation Informed consent and confidentiality in family therapy...
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Occupational Therapy Service in Mental Health
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...therapist is to assist patients regain their health and well – being, and maintain it so that they will be able to engage back in purposeful activities or occupations (Roche, 2010). The aim of their profession is to work and help children and adults alike who are facing mental, physical or social disabilities and challenges (Roche, 2010, The Nemours Foundation, 2012, and NHS, 2012). Occupational therapist also helps people from different age groups who have been suffering from various physical, mental, and social difficulties since birth, as well... as individuals who became disabled due to accident, illness, ageing process, and undesirable lifestyle (Roche, 2010 and NHS, 2012). NHS (2012)...
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Occupational Therapy service in mental health
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...therapist is to assist patients regain their health and well – being, and maintain it so that they will be able to engage back in purposeful activities or occupations (Roche, 2010). The aim of their profession is to work and help children and adults alike who are facing mental, physical or social disabilities and challenges (Roche, 2010, The Nemours Foundation, 2012, and NHS, 2012). Occupational therapist also helps people from different age groups who have been suffering from various physical, mental, and social difficulties since birth, as well... as individuals who became disabled due to accident, illness, ageing process, and undesirable lifestyle (Roche, 2010 and NHS, 2012). NHS (2012)...
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Discussion 7 Art Conservation & Restoration and Art Therapy
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...Therapist are professionals with master degrees in Art Therapy or something... Your Full 16 February Art conservation and restoration and art therapy. Art Therapy is defined as “the therapeutic use of art making, within a professional relationship, by people who experience illness, trauma, or challenges in living, and by people who seek personal development”. This therapy holds the objective to heal others “through creating art and reflecting on the art products and processes, people can increase awareness of self and others, cope with symptoms, stress, and traumatic experiences; enhance cognitive abilities; and enjoy the life-affirming pleasures of making art” (Art Therapy, 2011). Generally Art Therapis...
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Discuss how different approaches to therapy might improve the lives of at least two of the people in the given scenario and evaluate the effectiveness of these therapies for them
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...therapist. There are three types of psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapy approach that therapist should employ. The approaches include taking the cure, transference, and free association. As explained... by Sigmund Freud, the problem lies beneath the brain; therefore, Alice therapist should psychologically enter into Alice’s brain using the three approaches. The talking cure approach involves asking the patient to talk about the problems affecting them. Talking cure give an opportunity for the patients to reduce the within pressures that contribute to the development of the psychological disorder (Ghaffari, & Caparrotta, 2004). The main question or explanation expected...
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