The person centred humanistic approach is also known as the person centred therapy or client centred. The humanistic Approach is the way how a person deals with issues in which the person or individual may perceive of themselves rather than how a counsellor can interpret their thoughts or ideas. (Daru et al., 2016) this therapy was created by an American man by the name of Carl Rodgers he was a humanistic psychologist who said for a person to better themselves they need to be in a different environment
because I believe that individuals have the capacity to make right or wrong decisions on their own. This is the core focus of Person Centered Therapy which was founded by Carl Rogers; he strongly believed that all can grow, hence based the tenets of this approach on respect and trust in
For the purpose of this essay I shall be outlining Carl Rogers Person-Centred approach and Gerard Egan’s Skilled Helper Model in relation to my experience partaking in group sessions as both a helper and a client during the course of the practical assignment task. The objective of this essay is to identify my growing edge and to demonstrate how I can develop as an effective and ethical skilled helper from my experience partaking in group sessions. It was quite difficult playing the part as both
Health (ICF)", 2018). There is another framework which known as Occupational Therapy Practice Framework (OTPF) is established by occupational therapists due to the ICF framework only focused on impairment of the person and not included the area of occupation as well as how the intervention can be done in the therapy sessions. Therefore, the OTPF third edition acts as the reference and used by all the occupational therapy practitioners.
Helping Strategies Helping strategies are forms of helping another person. This can be a voluntary or statutory position. an example, is a befriender who would give an elderly/disabled person support like a friend does because they may no longer be able to do this themselves. Befrienders, are usually from a voluntary charity or similar organisation. In the UK, a statutory helper would be most likely found within the NHS. An example of a statutory provision would be a counsellor working within the
As for Mahler theory, there are: • Normal Autistic Phase: Birth to 1 Month • Normal Symbiotic Phase: 1 to 5 Months • Sub-phase One: Differentiation - 5 to 10 Months • Sub-phase Two: Practicing - 10 to 16 Months • Sub-phase Three: Rapprochement - 16 to 24 Months • Sub-phase Four: Consolidation and Object Constancy - 24 to 36 Months Mahler broke down the stages from the birth to 10 months in three phases as Bowlby only has 2 phases. In Mahler theory, the first phase Birth to 1 month is a Normal Autistic
Self concept is what emerges from human experiences. This concept consists of the conscious perceptions and values such as the internal locus for control. The person is then able to refer on one’s self as a specific object which one is aware of. The goal is to achieve a sense of authenticity with regards to how the ‘self’ engages with the world. The self concept is made up of the individual;s image of themselves