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    professionals to provide a therapeutic contribution to mental health care (Mcallister & Walsh, 2004). The providers especially nurses are relying on the relationship negotiated with their clients to promote recovery approach to care, which means to work in a negotiated partnership. However, the negotiated partnership may be impossible to maintain due to some barriers. In addition, the Nursing Council of New Zealand (2012) implemented Domain 3…

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    make sure the boundaries of a professional relationship is not crossed. The author writes, “The National Council of State Boards of Nursing 's (2014) publication on boundaries, as well as the guidelines of personal relationships versus professional relationships, as well as personal communication (the nurse not sharing too much personal information with patients), or around the use of touch and the direct breaches of the professional-client relationship.” These principles can guide nurse…

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    hemorrhagic stroke. Planning care was conducted in collaboration with Mike to utilise strengths in order to gain a desired outcome when planning his care. The strengths assessment used relates accordingly to competencies 3.1 and 3.2 within interpersonal relationships, the third domain of Nursing Council of New Zealand’s Competencies (Nursing Council of New Zealand [NCNZ], 2012, p. 5). Further enhancing on the care plan, a strengths based recovery approach was used to enable two goals to be…

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    Upon close observation of psychologist Sean Maguire and his therapeutic practice with client Will Hunting, I am proposing some legal, ethical and clinical misconducts of the psychologist and ways to improve and enhance his approach to achieve a more efficient and effective practice. First of all, the client Will is referred by professor Gerald Lambeau, who is the psychologist Sean Maguire’s roommate in college. Professor Gerald Lambeau asked Sean to take the client as a favor when they went out…

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    Empathy In Clinical Care

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    “Empathy is a complex, multi-dimensional concept that has moral, cognitive, emotive and behavioural components” - that are integral to shaping a successful therapeutic relationship (Brackenbury, 2016). Verbal communication and non verbal behaviour are noted to be tools of observations that cultivate a preliminary understanding of empathetic concepts. Therefore, through means of teaching including demonstrations and role-plays of the appropriate application of these tools it facilitates the…

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    • Problem: Ms. B states she is too shy to find new social/friendship relationships Goal: To utilize her social skills to cultivate new friendships on campus. Process: Join a culture club, choir or school organization. Therapeutic Techniques Considering there was only two sessions with Ms. B, I felt I had utilized the basic helping skills, which helped me attempt a combination of client-centered, and psychodynamic therapies into the sessions. Most of the basic skills used were active listening,…

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    Examples Of Self Critiques

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    Primarily I was focusing on my micro skills rather than my therapeutic skills” as they play the central role in counseling skills. Micro skills such as questioning, empathy, minimal encourages, paraphrasing, summary, eye contact, body language, voice, structure, observation, listening and reflection of feeling. These lists of micro skills can motivate clients to free their deeper feelings and help the therapist to build a relationship with their…

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    Principle IV outlines that psychologists have a responsibility to society. Two standards relate to the vignette under review. By accepting the date, and choosing to have a relationship with the father – although not a client – the psychologist is not upholding the highest standards of the discipline because she did not take precautions to avoid doing harm to the child which was her client (Standard IV.10, p. 30). The last relevant ethical standard is that psychologists must consider “the laws…

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    Boundaries In Counseling

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    another area, but in counseling they are the opposite. Counseling boundaries are movable and should change with each patient and relationship because every person and situation is unique and calls for different kinds of relationships. The Key is to follow the guidelines layout by your state and given counseling association you use as to what the boundary and counseling relationship should entail. The vignette entitled Legal and Ethical Issues for Mental Health Professionals from Sommers,…

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    Counseling Reflection

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    career goals. In my paper, I will be discussing some of the things that I learn through our in-class practice and working within groups for example: about rapport, human relationships,…

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