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    providing my presence to D.B. still played a beneficial role. Also, utilization of active listening skills such as observing D.B.’s nonverbal behaviours and monitoring my own nonverbal behaviours aided in this situation, even though I did not think much of it during the event. While I did not realize it at first, my feelings of self-doubt masked the fact that I did possess skills such as providing presence and active listening when engaging with D.B. This is important because this will only…

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    third task is to tell them what is going on in her life at the meeting and ask them for help. Write a brief essay discussing the importance of active listening and how we ask questions. Write a reflective response and a follow-up question for the following statements listed below as a part of your essay. Active listening is vital in social work field. Active listening requires us to focus completely on our client. Social workers can focus completely on their clients by facing them directly and…

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    Nt1330 Unit 1 Assignment 1

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    C. Services & Applications 1. TRUSTED a) Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Domain: In order to resolve the issues inherent in a peer-to-peer network, a centralized means of user authentication and resource sharing must be implemented. Microsoft Active Directory (AD) is a centrally administered, hierarchical structure designed to manage user access to shared network resources in a domain. Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter edition operating system (OS) is required to establish and manage the…

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    Intentional Interviewing

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    The textbook, Intentional Interviewing and Counseling: Facilitating Client Development in a Multicultural Society (2014) explores core counselling skills and techniques. The authors, Ivey, Ivey, & Zalaquett (2014) assert that counselors help clients to help themselves by using competent and effective counselling skills. When counselors accurately use their basic counseling skills, they aid clients in developing their own abilities to use their human potential in the present and in future.…

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    by Janet Treasure the author states “MI has been found to be effective for different forms of health behaviour change (Dunn et al., 2001). Adaptations of MI have been found to be more effective than no treatment or placebo and as effective as other active treatments for people with problems related to alcohol, drug abuse, diet and exercise, diabetes, hypertension and bulimia. Mixed results have been found for its efficacy in smoking and HIV-related risk behaviours “ (Burke et al.,…

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    rather than for some separable consequence” (p. 56). They point out that intrinsic motivation does not depend on external influences such as rewards or punishments in order to initiate a task (Ryan and Deci, 2000). Possessing an innate passion for learning, an intrinsically motivated learner does so simply for the resulting gratification. Intrinsic motivation and UoPeople. A successful student at UoPeople must be intrinsically motivated to learn. Compared to a traditional higher education…

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    Essay On Active Listening

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    Active Listening, Additional Support, and Effective Communication Active listening is imperative to be successful in any line of work, though it is specifically important in education because educators need to understand the parent’s viewpoints and feelings. Active listening can be defined as “the skill required to simply “feed back” the deeper felt message (not words) of the sender in the words of the receiver” (p. 151). Active listening involves going past listening to the sender in order to…

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    Listening is arguably one of the most important skills to have, yet so many people do not know how to truly listen. When it comes to learning and understanding communication, most of our time is spent focused on only one side of communication, expression. Expression being how we represent ourselves in the written or spoken form. Very little of our energy goes in to the most important aspect of communication; being a better listener. Listening is a vital part of communication, and responsible…

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    This method is used primarily if the lecture is heavy and is also well organized. The Mapping Method is a graphic representation of the lecture.This method of note taking can maximize active participation in the lecture. Like most note taking systems, there are advantages and disadvantages. A few of the advantages are the allowance to visually track a lecture regardless of the situation or condition. The disadvantages are that the student…

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    “do they know what it takes to be an active listener?” Before entering Counseling Theory and Process, I was exceedingly confident in my ability to be an active listener, hence my interest in becoming a counselor, little did I know, there was an abundant amount of information to be learned. Furthermore, there was so much more knowledge to consume about other people, the counseling process, and the development of my own professional identity in general. Active listening is a powerful…

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