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  • Video Games Pros And Cons

    been made over the past 30 years but none of them seem to prove that they are linked to to causing people to commit violent crimes. There happen to be more compelling facts about the other side of the argument. Although studies say that people that play video games are more likely to cause violent crimes,…

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  • Personal Narrative-Knee Surgery Disaster

    Surgery Disaster When I was a kid, I was a happy and quiet one. As I grew older, I started to think that I was unstoppable and immortal. I loved watching and playing soccer. Loving it so much to the point that I wanted to learn all the tricks and plays and become a famous soccer player. Like most I believed I could do anything and nothing could stop me from achieving my goals. Everything was great in my life until it came crashing down like a building to the ground in pieces. The crashing waves…

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  • Therapeutic Sandtray Analysis

    therapeutic modality could be for clients and clinicians. The earliest conceptualizations of utilizing therapeutic sandtrays date back to the early play therapy work of Margaret Lowenfeld, Sigmund and Anna Freud, Hermine Hug-Hellmuth, Melanie Klein, and Dana Kalff (Homeyer and Sweeney, 2017, pp. 9-10). Linda Homeyer and Daniel Sweeney name their method sandtray therapy (Perryman, Moss, and Anderson, 2016, pp. 186-187). There is strong evidence that…

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  • Home Visit Essay

    participates in therapy at least twice a week. The therapists who is providing services was not present during the home visit, but her role is very important. Purpose of the Session Every week the mother, child, and therapists, Beth Pruitt, works on the young boy’s feeding habits. Since the child is not comfortable with people or things approaching his mouth, the task is to make the child feel more safe at things that approach his mouth area.…

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  • Contrast The Relationship Between Dog And Child With Autism

    looking into the benefits of pet therapy with autism, post-traumatic stress disorder, and many other human dysfunctions. The stress reducing benefits of pet assisted therapy are shown to directly improve the sociality of children with autism in multiple different factors. Evidence proves that there is a true reason behind the deeper connection between dog and child with autism. Fung and Seung-ming Leung, describe how therapy…

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  • Confidentiality And Role-Play Case Study

    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 the session and sharing it with the paper…

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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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  • Self-Centered Therapy: A Case Study

    Integration Merging personal centered therapy and the concept of being Christ like would be what Jesus would do in response to healing mankind. While I recognize humanistic psychology focuses on behavior and PCT focuses on self, I believe having the ability to integrate both therapies from a Christian stand point would be effective. Scripture encourages us to have a “human” mindset to life by building up our neighbor. Ephesians 4:11-16 ESV states, “And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the…

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  • Ethical Violations In Therapeutic Relationship

    to Carol that a sexual relationship cannot and will not take place. Entering into a romantic relationship with Carol would violate APA ethics codes 3.5 Multiple Relationships, 3.8 Exploitive Relationships, and 10.5 Sexual Intimacies With Current Therapy Clients/Patients. These violations are in direct conflict of APA Ethical Principle A, Beneficence and Nonmaleficence, as well as Principle B, Fidelity and Responsibility. By entering into a relationship with Carol, Dr. Miller would also be in…

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  • Disadvantages Of Recreational Therapy

    "recreational therapy, also known as therapeutic recreation, is a systematic process that utilizes recreation and other activity-based interventions to address the assessed needs of individuals with illnesses and/or disabling condition, as a means to psychological and physical health, recovery and well-being." (ATRA, 2009). This service helps restore and rehabilitate the functional ability and reduce the limitations one may have due to injuries or illnesses. A few of recreation therapies…

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