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  • Essay On Strength Of Social Work

    I believe that one of my most valuable personal strengths as a professional social worker is having the ability to validate an individual’s feelings. I try my hardest to take a step back and really look at a person’s life and feelings and try to understand where they are coming from, and what they need. Having an empathic nature will help me in the field of social work. Especially aspiring to become a LCSW, I will need to be able to validate my client’s feelings and goals that they have about…

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  • Tmj Closed Lock Essay

    Manipulation of TMJ closed-lock: a systematic review of unlocking techniques Mohammed Al-Baghdadi1* and Justin Durham2 1 BDS, MSc, PhD. Oral Surgery Unit, Al-Noor Specialized Dental Care Centre, Ministry of Health, Baghdad, Iraq. * mohammed.k.albaghdadi@gmail.com 2 BDS, PhD, MFDS RCS (Edin), FDS RCS (OS). Centre for Oral Health Research and Institute of Health & Society, School of Dental Sciences, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Abstract Background: Manual manipulation of the…

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  • Group Exercise Classes Analysis

    to go into Activetrax and restrict or remove certain exercises from being given to the member, but this runs the risk of demotivating the member and not giving them the best workout to challenge what they can do or progress the way they could in a therapy setting. Thus the circuit routine builder and appropriate use of research found online can assist the wellness coach, or even a personal trainer, to create a personalized circuit routine for the member that they will be able to see and print…

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  • Sports Therapy And Sports Psychology

    education, health sciences, and psychology, currently debating how being a collegiate athlete affects a person's health. There are many people who can relate to this topic, but it is interesting to me because it is a very important topic in sports therapy and sports psychology. I am currently trying to switch my major to Exercise and Movement Science, and last semester I took Sport Psych with Professor Sibold. This class made me realize how interesting sports psychology is and how knowing the…

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  • Professional Values Altruism And Human Dignity In Nursing Case Study

    The professional values, altruism and human dignity are significant in all healthcare settings. These ethical values improve the nurse-client relationship. Not only is it recommended that nurses use these professional values, but they could also use therapeutic communication to enhance client interaction and communication. Although, there may be barriers to therapeutic communication and professional values, it is significant for nurses to know the facilitators and barriers to prevent…

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  • Argumentative Speech On Music Therapy

    have a loved one affected by this horrible disease. Music therapy may offer hope for a better quality of life for patients and families…

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  • Disadvantages Of Pet Therapy

    the presence of a dog or cat was found to lower heart rate and blood pressure while completing an action that was stressful or in stressful times (Wells 525). When students begin to feel overwhelmed by schoolwork, they will be able to visit the pet therapy program and be able to calm their nerves. The friendly companions can help lower the student 's heart rate and blood pressure and bring them to a state of relaxation and reduce anxiety before taking tests or…

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  • Physical Therapy: A Passion Of A Passion For Physical Therapy

    Physical therapy is more of a passion for me than a career choice. Physical therapy has directly and positively impacted my life, as well as the lives of others I care about, and the lives of those in my care. As a future physical therapist, I am driven to help people improve their lives through movement, not only for their sake, but also for sake of their family, loved ones and supporters whose lives have also been impacted. Physical therapy has a positive and transformative effect on many…

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  • Confidentiality And Role-Play Case Study

    Confidentiality and its limits need to be discussed at the beginning of the session (Hill, 2014). One of the ethical issues in the current role-play was that I did not discuss the confidentiality, its limits and the client’s informed consent at the beginning of our session. The helper needs to make sure to address issues such as the general confidentiality limits pertaining safety issues for the client and others, the purpose of the role-play, the role of the observer, recording, transcribing…

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  • Client-Centered Therapy

    It seems odd that a client would present for treatment while simultaneously being opposed to making changes, but this is indeed what counselors frequently encounter. Such clients are usually coerced into therapy. A person in legal trouble may be offered a deferred sentence for undergoing outpatient treatment if they are assessed to have a substance-use disorder (SUD) or other behavioral problem which contributed to the offense. Others might seek treatment to assuage family members, avoid a…

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