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acceptance
actof receiving or taking what is being offered or given
advocacy
process of providing a client with informaiton, suppost, and feedback so that the client can make an informed decision
behavior
mannerof conduction oneself; one's actions
caring
concern for the well-being of a person, demonstrated through attentive listening, comforting, honesty, acceptance, and sensitivity
commitment
personal bond to some course of action
consistency
behaviors that imply being steady and regular, dependable
coping mechanisms
any thought or action that is aimed at reducing stress
crisis
period of evere emotional disorganization resulting from a lack of appropriate coping mechanism or supports
crisis intervention
short-term, acive therapy that provides emotional first aid for victims of trauma with the goal of assisting individuals and families to manage the immediate crisis situation and reurn to precrisis levels of functioning
empathy
ability to recognize and share the emotionas and statesof mind of another and to understan the meaning and significance of that person's behavior
failure
lack of success; neglect or omission
holistic concept of care
philosophical concept designed to consider all aspects of human funcitoning and help clients achieve harmony within themselves and with others, nature, and the world
insight
The power to act of seeing into situation; understanding the inner nature of things.
introspection
looking into one's own mind
nurture
encourage development
responsibiity
exercise capabitilty and accountability
stigma
sign or mark of shame, disapproval, or disgrace, of being shunned or rejected