How might transference and counter-transference issues manifest themselves in your work with participants? How about unconscious defenses?
Counter transference and transference issues do manifest themselves at work with the participants. When we project n
Explain the positive and negative roles that rules can play in the family system. Solution: The families are having an important part in imparting the negative and positive roles to the society. Simply to say is the family rules can make the person how to
Describe what is meant by a genogram. Solution: Genogram is the pictorial representation of a persons family relationships and the medicinal history also. This will be helpful in creation of the family history by noting the relation, births, losses, conne
It is important for human service workers & professionals that they assist to have a theoretical framework for helping & creatin
What degree of client involvement do you feel comfortable with in Human Services field? Why?
A high degree of client involvement feels comfortable with in Human Services field as it requires people to interact and understand each other in a better manner
Do you agree with the necessity for autonomy as defined by the cognitive theorists? Why?
Yes, I do agree with the necessity for autonomy as defined by the cognitive theorists as this forms the most important element of learning. In case of there not being
Family Systems and Triangulation When looking at family, we need to see this as a system, and we need to find a way to understand it as a system. What this means is that the members of this unit; are viewed as a group. Therefore this group will interact a
Triangulation System (Family Systems Theory) can be considered as a helping tool in psychology because it mainly helps in the childs development. When in a family, twoparty relationship splits into a three-party system giving rise to new relationships, th
Self-Management Behavioral Contract
Self-Management Behavioral Contract Mohit Patel BSHS/312 Jeri Arledge University of Phoenix January 31, 2011
Self-Management Behavioral Contract Goal: To limit the amount of shopping on clothing I do each week.
Aswitheveryotherrelationshipbetweenhumans,noteverypersonisgoingtoclickwith everyoneelse.Thereareavarietyofwaysthatanindividualcanassessthecompatibility between themselves and a therapist who they are considering entering in to a therapeutic relationship w
I n Social Work we support a client's right to self determination. When a social worker begins to work with a client they develop a plan in which the client and the social worker mutually agree on the goals for the client system. If a therapist should be
It is important that the human services professional have a strong foundation in any theory. How flexible do you think that a human services professional can fit in to an agency that uses different models than the professional in question? Can that work r
Family System Tools Report on Family System Tools BSHS 312 Models of Effective Helping Dr. Adam Chidekel
Report on Family System Tools The theory of family systems was introduced by Dr. Murray Bowen. The theory suggests that clients cant be understood w
What is your personal theoretical framework for creating a change? and why?
Change is an extremely important element in the present business world. Change is a very important aspect of todays economy. It is important to create continuous learning and enco
There has always been the nurture/nature debate about mental illness. Are people depressed because they had a depressed parent and that is the way the child learned to deal with the world or is the individual genetically predisposed to depression? The rol
What is the difference between positive and negative reinforcement? In your opinion, is either effective? Why or why not?
When someone tries to improve a behavior in someone else this is Positive reinforcement is. Usually this is done by teachers or paren
When a therapist or any human services worker experiences counter transference how do you think the human services professional should handle the matter? Should he/she tell the client that he/she is pushing the counselor's buttons or not? Transference is
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Mohit Patel BSHS/312 Jeri Arledge University of Phoenix February 14, 2011
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
There are various issues faced by individual, be them emotional or psychological. In o
As tragic as it sounds, there is a very strong connection between the children who were raised in an abusive home and then either marry an abuser or become an abuser. The majority of children who are sexually abused become sexual abusers UNLESS they get t
Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS)
CBITS is a skills-based, group intervention that is aimed at relieving symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, and general anxiety among children
Site Visit Report Visit a site such as a womens shelter, a halfway house, a hospital, an agency, or the human services department of a company, where behavioral or cognitive-behavioral techniques or programs are used. Talk with human services workers or t
The Learning Team Charter is provided as a tool to encourage effective team collaboration. Please refer back to the Learning Team Charter as you complete each of the Learning Team ass
We all select and perform behaviors unconsciously, either its out of habit or through repetition. Nevertheless, they serve some purpose. In some cases, attracting negative attention can be served as inappropriate behaviors. Attention is a powerful reinfor
Question: Provide History of the development of the Adlerian Therapy Answer: Alfred Adler (1870-1937), world renowned philosopher and psychiatrist, stressed the need to understand individuals within their social context. During the early 1900's, Adler beg