Cyrus Stewart Test 4 Class Notes

Cyrus Stewart Test 4 Class Notes - November 13, 2007...

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November 13, 2007 Alternative Healing Divergent Goal Orientations Modern medicine – technological and procedural Alternative methods – ideological and emotional o Support/reassurance o Meaning of illness/recovery o Value commitment o Cognitive framework to alter thought Wholeness: Basis of Health Supportive relations contribute to health promoting behaviors o Encouragement for self care o Sensitivity to opportunity for behavioral change o Direct impact: immune/cardiovascular system Spiritual methods o Co-existence to active support of scientific medicine o Acceptance (is a direct function of) (f) value compatibility Variance from cults Less extreme involvement Less variant from dominant culture Wholeness: basis of health Harmony Balance Integration Cooperation o Enhanced sense of self Efficacy: master challenge Determination: active involvement Authenticity: valid presentation Acceptance: adequacy/security Confidence: pattern stability Expression: emotional comfort Healing as Connection Connection – Strength of purpose, meaning of existence Intense affiliation o Creation, maintenance, advancement of relations o Need: conflict-free relations Unacceptable: open, direct and confrontation subtle delicacy Discourage public display of self
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Inhibit expression of feeling – focus on action interdependence o Conflict (f) misinterpretation/disregard of feelings Importance of caring Interpersonal sensitivity Core value: role gratification Guilt/shame: role failure Detect subtle shifts: action and feelings Attachment to place o Disruption: moral/spiritual void Refrain from disturbing natural order: humans – nature – spirit o Environment: composed of forces that can be manipulated in appropriate ways to facilitate healing Ritual: perfect re-enactment Purpose: replenish spiritual power to maximize capacity to connect to meaning (significance of life) Repairs damage to spiritual world to alter the structure of the known world: critical for well being Authenticity Connect to purpose Community involvement Use spiritual wisdom Healing (f) relation to nature o Nature and spiritual aspects are living presences: the essence of the indigenous mind o Reluctance to disturb natural balance Matter/spirit are fused and require harmony/integration with natures design/purpose Interdependence of health and harmony o Illness (f) breakdown of harmony a spiritual decay. November 15, 2007 Attachment Bonded Relations – solid foundation for health promotion Attachment – emotional connection Belief – integration/application of meaning Commitment – consistency of behavior Involvement – time devoted to interaction Secure Attachment – critical for psychological development Alternative styles o Avoidant: rejecting/harsh o Ambivalent: inconsistent/confusing
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o Anxious: conditional acceptance
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2008 for the course ISS 210 taught by Professor Zimmerman during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Cyrus Stewart Test 4 Class Notes - November 13, 2007...

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