experience can be positive or negative, providing a productive learning environment, or forcing the counselor to become more active in the process. Both sides are valuable in the counselor’s professional development. As I am beginning to learn about the supervisory role, I want to explore approaches, be aware of my areas of competence and personal style, and be reflective in my learning experience to become a helpful supervisor. Theoretical Models and Methods of Supervision As a future clinical supervisor
Throughout my life, I have had a desire to help people to become independent and to function at their highest possible level. Because of my love of science and technology, I naturally gravitated toward wanting to be a part of the medical field. I started to explore the different types of therapy when I was a freshman. My interest in occupational therapy began when I attended a meeting for Pre-Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Club in the fall of my sophomore year at Ohio State. The club hosted
From 1950, Erikson identified eight developmental stages a person needs to conquer in his lifetime for psychosocial well-being (cited in Hoare, 2001). At each developmental period, a specific emotional attribute is at risk. Should this risk be managed properly, the obtained attribute will lend strength to achieving all subsequent attributes. Otherwise, an adverse attribute is adopted, which unfavourable alters one’s development. Individuals’ attributes must be developed with the help of their social
I am very intrigued by life span and think it would be a very interesting course. As stated in the Butler Bulletin, this course studies the, “behavioral, cognitive, and developmental principles and theories of human psychological development” (146). I would be most excited about taking this class if I had to choose from all of the required courses. I like knowing about why people live so long and why some people do not.
and to achieve goals which they themselves have set. It is an ongoing process of linking with others, building relationships, standing together, making connections and creating change (Ingamells, 2010). Community practice is about connection and building bridges from one group to another from difference to solidarity. Community development empower communities to identify and address their own needs. This essay will explore my starting point for learning about community development and what I have
Prologue: Being a student of this course is deepening my insights into nature of human learning and as an individual, my views, notions, thoughts and ideas on environmental, social, cultural and other global perspectives – a fact that these are not segregated zones but inseparable within the wholeness of human existence. A realization that learning is becoming is being experienced – what humans learnt and how they learnt is what they became and what they produced, which has been feeding back into
Introduction: Development is a hot issue in the academic debates. Scholars ask many academic questions relating to developments, what is development? Why some countries developed and other underdeveloped? Does the political system like democracy and authoritarian bring in development? Does Democracy lead a development or does economic development first before democracy? These questions and many other academic questions surrounding the development issue are on the debate. Therefore this paper does
enjoyed the privilege of artificial diversity. In my kindergarten class of thirty-two students at The Fessenden School, two were Black, two were Asian, two were Hispanic, and twenty-six were White. When I arrived at Nobles in 2011, the percentage of racial diversity slightly increased; however, I already understood the culture. I already understood the image of racially mixed students pouring chemicals from one beaker into another. I already understood my personal comfort within the artificial diversity