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    around building therapeutic relationships were a large part of my week during the family counselling portion of the course. Even though relationship building is one of the first lessons in counselling courses, for me, it has been the topic of many reflections. I have realized that perhaps these questions and uncertainties were related to not having found my counsellor style. Or, perhaps they were due to my natural inclination to play the role of an expert or leader as I do in my personal life.…

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    Reflection: The aspects of the small group session that went well were that the group members were enthusiastic, prompt/engaged during group sessions, the lessons were well organized, the conference room was in a non-threatening area, and the students were open to feedback. I think the group went well because it was made up of all females who were visibly relieved to learn that there were others in the school that shared similar experiences. If any of the identified male students participated, I…

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    In the article, The Role of Reflection in the Effects of Community Service on Adolescent Development: A Meta-Analysis, researchers van Goethem, et al. explored the benefit reflection has on adolescents participating in community service. The act of reflection is when a person takes mindful approach to thinking the relationship between community service and possible psychological benefits (Ogden & Claus, 2006 as cited in van Goethem, et al., 2014). Reflection is important part in the process of…

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    how mindfulness and the ability to be self-aware is something that correlates with resiliency directly. 4. What did you learn about yourself during the class? This class I learned that this is probably my favourite class that I’ve ever taken. In reflection, I really appreciated the organized and layer based way of learning. Each lesson was building off the last, and that made it easier for me to learn. I figured out that personally I learn better this way, because I like to apply what I have…

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    forming a group was necessary, as it was a discussion based activity, but unknowingly it helped me form my group for the Junction Hotel presentation. The aim behind this piece of writing is to reflect upon the process and the formation of my group. Reflection is ‘... a form of mental processing with a purpose and/or anticipated outcome that is applied to relatively complex or unstructured ideas for which there is not an obvious solution’. (Moon 1999 pg.23). Moon (1999) also states that we…

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    Reflection commentary of coaching skills This reflection commentary will consider the use of the: Outcome; Scaling: Know – how and Resources; Affirm and Action and Review (OSKAR) model scaling strategy (Jackson & McKergow, 2006, p. 138) during a coaching intervention with a work colleague (hereafter called the ‘participant’). My commentary will explore the interaction. It will examine if any learning took place for the participant or myself, as well as the appropriateness of the OSKAR scaling…

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    this with the findings of Moon (1999). Dewey 1933 as cited in J. Dewey (2007) was one of the first to identify reflection as a specialised form on thinking. He considered reflection to stem from doubt, hesitation or perplexity related to a directly experienced situation. In my opinion I think it is important to take into account that every individual has their own method of reflection;…

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    Throughout the following essay, I will talk about my reflection on the development of the key skills that I gained during my first academic year that I believe to be the most valuable assets that an entrepreneur needs to accomplish. Moreover, these accomplishments that I acquired during Organisational Behavior and Academic Professional Skills modules have prepared me not only for my next academic years but also in everyday life. During these modules I enhanced my writing skills, time management…

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    The lake seemed to stretch on forever as if the mountain was slowly draining into it and creating perfect copy of itself. Halfway across the world from my home in Massachusetts, the wilderness of New Zealand reached out to me. The hours before had been full of adventure as my father and I had trekked to both the Fox and Franz Josef glaciers. The final trip had not even been part of our plan, but as we drove through the quaint mountain town of Fox Glacier a blue sign signaled the route to the…

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    afraid of finding love or even if he happened to be in a relationship he would tell his partner how much she means to him and not hold it in. I think Mr. K will be more opened in expressing his feelings. The two additional feelings and meaning reflections that could apply to Mr. K’s statement • You are experiencing regret for withholding how you felt about your wife • You are broken inside and depressed about your failed relationship. Loretta (homeless woman) 2. Client:…

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