A summary of your thoughts about how an understanding of counseling and psychotherapy theories can contribute to one's development as a scholar-practitioner who effects social change.
Are these statements true? If so, please briefly elaborate on them individually. 1) There are many "causes" to the development of stereotypes. It can be a past experience (both positive and negative), over generalized notions and hear say (especially from a parent or loved one). Stereotypes affect many different aspects of
Are these statements true? If so, please briefly elaborate on them individually. Preferably, personal opinions would be preferred. 1) As adults, we have hopefully learned to analyze the opinions of others before adopting their beliefs to our own. Like adults, they want to be accepted. If the personality of the child is one t
Milgramâ??s obedience experiments shed a shocking and uncomfortable light on what extent people will follow orders. Consequently, the experimenterâ??s perceive authority evidently was a strong influence on the participants. How true are these statements? Please briefly elaborate your opinions on each the statements you
Discuss techniques to reduce stereotypes and prejudices. Additionally, consider how social influences can reduce or promote stereotypes and prejudice. Examples
can you help me with this one? You have just begun an internship as a school psychologist in an elementary school. The sixth grade teacher has asked for your advice for helping a student who habitually turns assignments in late. The teacher is interested learning more about using positive reinforcement to help this student.
Ones self-efficacy changes as their personalities develop and they learn new information. Now that they are in college, they say that definitely feel like they are capable of more than they ever thought previously. The experience of attending college and the information we learn in college is one example. Briefly elaborat
Throughout our lives, we are measured by the people and circumstances around us. However, the most important measurement is our own. How we view and feel about ourselves impacts our level of life satisfaction. Much of our world is measured, intrinsically, by our self-efficacy. Briefly elaborate on these few statements, is t
In the discussion of ethical use of technology in counseling if we did not also consider the use of technology in counselor education. Online program is the a new way to train counselors. This means is both advantageous (e.g., autonomous learning opportunities, asynchronous classroom strategies) and challenging (e.g., lack of fa
Throughout our lives, our value and belief systems are modified or changed. This occurs because of our interaction with people we respect, our social environments, our work and home lives, our spiritual and religious belief systems, and our education. As adults, we are aware of the significance of peer pressure on children. What
On You Tube there is a video experiment called the Heist, I tried to hyper link the web site but it did not hyper link. In 2007, actor/reporter Darren Brown re-created Stanley Milgram's famous Obedience to Authority experiment as part of his United Kingdom television series, The Heist. The Heist. http://www.youtube.com/watch
In our home, social, and work environments, we are likely to encounter people from many different cultures. In college, which allows people from all over the world to become involved, we are even more likely to interact with people from a wide variety of differences. 1). What do you feel is the most difficult part of dealing
1). A person sense of self changes throughout their lifetime. It changes as they interact with their environment. There are many significant events or experiences that create change. The experience of attending college and the information we learn in college is one example. A). Can you please help me with another example and
Briefly describe both an explicit and implicit role and an explicit and implicit norm of a group or committee to which you have belonged or know about. Then discuss how one of the implicit roles or norms of the group is enforced, what deviations might occur from the role or norm, and what the consequences are for deviating from
1.develop a reflective ethical autobiography, intended to define the ethical perspective of an emerging counselor in training. Select and address a variety of counseling issues including (but not limited to): confidentiality, boundaries, and transference/countertransference. Explain what potential legal issues should be co
Burnout is a major concern for mental health counseling professionals, and it can lead to both professional and personal issues for counselors. It can start with counselors taking on trauma, stress, and an unrealistic belief that they, alone, are responsible for their clients' wellness. There are a number of factors in a counsel
It is not possible to avoid ethical dilemmas in counseling workâ?"the question is whether counselor will manage ethical dilemmas in a professional, methodical manner rather than relying on your instinct to guide you. The task here is to develop the courage of professional convictionsâ?"it is in the manifestations of these qual
Technology continues to evolve and it has had a major influence on how we learn, communicate, and interact with others, both personally and professionally. This paradigm shift related to the use of technology may have many advantages for emerging counselors and practitioners. But, are there challenges and concerns associated wit
Counselors who are in a supervisory role must constantly be aware of their ethical obligations. Ethically and legally, supervisors are responsible for the quality of services and actions of supervisees who are under their supervision. Ethical supervision includes paying particular attention to the following areas: competence, ev
Case Study Ethical Pitfalls in Managed Care After completing his master's degree in counseling, Martin worked at the Family Service Center, an agency where he received 3,000 hours of supervised practice required for licensure in his state. He passed the state board examination and became a licensed professional counselor.
Think about how to explain working mothers from a social psychology perspective. Develop a research-based explanation from a social psychology perspective on working mothers Please provide two peer-reviewed references
Describe one of the social worlds in which you interact, for example: family life, work, school, etc. Explain how any significant event(s) or experience(s) created change for you in this social world. Analyze how this has changed or supported your own self-efficacy.
**What was Galtonâ??s â??nature-nurtureâ? controversy and how do you see this as remaining controversial now? **William James in the 19th century discussed his perception of â??The Selfâ?. How do you see this as related to 20th century schools of psychology?
**Fechner showed that it was possible to measure mental events and relate them to physical ones. Do you see his psychophysical methods as valid today? **Compare and contrast Wundtâ??s and Titchenerâ??s views on conscious experience, introspection and apperception. How do you see these views as relevant today?
The protection of client confidentiality is a general ethical mandate in counseling, and this protection is particularly important when working with clients from vulnerable populations. Conversely, the failure to report in a mandated reporting situation can be laden with ethical and legal implications. All 50 states have pass
Case Study Phyllis is a 25 year-old single woman who was accepted into a PhD program in counselor education immediately after she completed her master's degree in clinical counseling in the same department at a large urban university. During her first semester of enrollment in the doctoral program, she completed a course in
Case Study Phyllis is a 25 year-old single woman who was accepted into a PhD program in counselor education immediately after she completed her master's degree in clinical counseling in the same department at a large urban university. During her first semester of enrollment in the doctoral program, she completed a course in s
Mental health counselors often work with children and adolescents; people who have cognitive, emotional, and/or physical disabilities; and people in prison or on probation. It is important to keep in mind the issues of informed consent and assent for treatment with all clients, but especially those clients from vulnerable popula
A Question of Boundaries Teresa, a professional counselor moved to a small town in Iowa with her 13 years old son. She discovered that except for a psychiatrist, the closest other mental health professional practices approximately 1½ hours away. Initially, she felt isolated and found it emotionally and financially difficult
Case study# 1 A Marriage and Family Counselor Learns a secret Diana, a private practitioner, began working with Mrs. Cole, who was referred for counseling by her family doctor. Her doctor had not been able to find any physiological basis for her complaint that on several occasions she had felt as though she were choking and