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· Respect and understanding extended regarding own culture Question 27STAGES OF CHANGE MODELThe Stages of Change Model is a five step model that is commonly used in community and health services and consists of the following five stages: 1. Precontemplation: People in this phase are not wanting to change and most often have not recognised the need for change. People in this phase may defend their current behavior and may not see their behavior as a problem. 2. Contemplation: People in the contemplation phase are able to see the benefits to them that change may provide, factors related to the need for change may be pressuring them at this point, therefore forcing the contemplation of change. 3. Preparation: During this phase a person may have recently attempted change or understands that change is essential or imminent, support is required during this phase as many decide that change is too difficult and may remain in this phase for a long time. 4. Action: This is the phase where the change will actually take place, actions will be planned and undertaken in order to ensure that the change can be taken. This stage requires a great deal of planning and support as action to change can be difficult and many attempts and techniques may need to be tried. Maintenance: This is the phase where steps need to be taken in order to ensure that the change is able to be maintained and that the person will not go back to their old behaviors. Strategies and support will be required at this phase until new habits have been formed.Question 28The purpose and focus of Acceptance and commitment therapy or ACT is to maximise the potential of the client to live a rich and fulfilling live. ACT focuses on: · Teaching clients the psychological skills to deal with painful thoughts and feelings and aiding them to ensure that these thoughts and feelings have less impact and hold over the person. · Helps clients to clarify what is meaningful and important to them and ways to motivate and change life for the better. Question 291. Rights, responsibilities, safety and privacy 2. Working with people, families and carers in recovery focused ways 3. Meeting diverse needs 4. Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, families and communities 9. Integration and partnership 10. Quality improvement 11. Communication and information management 12. Health promotion and prevention 13. Ethical practice and professional developmentCHCMHS011 Assess and promote social, emotional and physical wellbeing –
5. Access 6. Individual planning 7. Treatment and support 8. Transitions in care responsibilities Question 30GUIDE STRENGTHS AND ENERGY OF CLIENTS It is important for the community services worker to develop a relationship with the client that allows them to what motivates and inspires the client and where the clients develop their own feeling of strength and energy from. These positive feelings and characteristics must be celebrated and harnessed in order to activate the strength and energy that a client will require access to in order to be successful over a long period of time and achieve their goals.

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