Lecture 5 - Empathy N 310 Unit 3/Building Relationships...

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Empathy N 310 Unit 3/Building Relationships Lecture #5 By Veronica Garcia Walker With special thanks to Jan Fox RNC, MSN And Stella Logan MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC
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When we have conceived values we Which answer is more correct?? A. Believe in these values B. Use these values in our daily life
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When we use these values in our daily life they are: Choose the best answer: A. Conceived Values B. Operative Values
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What are these? Something that is prized or cherished. Sets of beliefs and attitudes that give direction and meaning to one’s life. Action-oriented Represents a way of life and is derived from life experiences. Are almost never isolated.
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What is this called? Not concerned with the content of values. Focus on the process of valuing—how the person comes to hold certain beliefs and values and establish certain behavior patterns based on those beliefs.
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Challenge: How do you maintain professional distance and at the same time promote professional closeness????
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Comparisons of Social and Professional Relationships ELEMENTS SOCIAL PROFESSIONAL Self-Disclosure Mutual Client Disclosure Communication “Chitchat” Therapeutic Focus Undirected Directed Cost Free Fee (usually) Time Unlimited Limited Goals Unspecified Specified Environment Casual, spontaneous Structured, planned
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Professional Distance vs. Closeness Level 5: Cliché Conversation (no sharing) Level 4: Reporting Facts (not personal) Level 3: (includes some patient sharing) Level 2: (Includes more trust than level 3. No judging) Level 1: Peak Communication
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2009 for the course N 310 taught by Professor Fox during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Lecture 5 - Empathy N 310 Unit 3/Building Relationships...

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