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📒Personhood Professionalism And The Helping Relation ✍ Eleanor Allgood
✏Personhood Professionalism and the Helping Relation Book Summary : Explores the link between the professional and the personal within the counselling, guidance and therapeutic relation. In a year-long dialogue the two authors seek to understand ghe core qualities in the relation between the helper and the helpee. The concepts power, energy, wholeness, emancipation and interdependency are discussed as components in the professional relation between persons.
📒Learning And Discovery For Professional Educators ✍ Eleanor Allgood
✏Learning and Discovery for Professional Educators Book Summary : This book presents counsellor education from a post-modern relational perspective. The relationally-oriented counsellor takes the attitude that in the meeting between counsellor and client lie opportunities for learning and discovery by both participants. The question of self-insight is taken up and discussed in regard to the relation between the professional and personal. The counselling meeting is understood as inherently relational and mutual in which both counsellor and client are open to discovery.
📒Dreams And Professional Personhood ✍ Mary Dombeck
✏Dreams and Professional Personhood Book Summary : Two community mental health centers in the Northeastern United States form the setting for this ethnographic study of dreams, dream telling, and dream interpretation. To gather information about American attitudes toward dreams and dream telling, the author observed and interviewed employees of these centers: social workers, psychologists, nurses, psychiatrists, secretaries, and medical technicians. The issues that emerge from the interviews are analyzed and clarified by exploring Western understandings of the concepts of person and self, and of professional personhood--the capacities and responsibilities ascribed to you by yourself and others in your milieu as professionals. The book also contains a comprehensive literature review of the research on dreams and an appendix of narrative statements made by informants on their dreams, their work, and their relationships.
📒Carl Rogers ✍ Brian Thorne
✏Carl Rogers Book Summary : As founder of the person-centred approach, Carl Rogers (1902-1987) is an influential psychologist and psychotherapist. Providing insights into his life and an explanation of his major theoretical ideas, this book offers an introduction for those practitioners and students of the person-centred approach.
📒The Renewal Of Personal Energy ✍ David Ellis Hunt
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📒Personhood And Health Care ✍ David C. Thomasma
✏Personhood and Health Care Book Summary : PERSONHOOD AND HEALTH CARE This book arose as a result of a pre-conference devoted to the topic held June 28, 1999 in Paris, France. The pre-conference preceded the Annual Congress of the International Academy ofLaw and Mental Health. Other chapters were solicited after the conference in order to more completely explore the relation of personhood to health care. The pre conference was held in honor of Yves Pelicier who led so many of our French colleagues in medicine, philosophy, and ethics as Christian Herve notes in his Tribute. As health care is aimed at healing persons, it is important to realize how difficult it is to construct a theory of personhood for health care, and thus, a theory of how healing in health care comes about or ought to occur. The book is divided into four parts, Concepts of the Person, Theories of Personhood in Relation to Health Care and Bioethics, Person and Identity, and Personhood and Hs Relations. Each section explores a critical arena in constructing the relation of personhood to health care. Although no exploration ofthis nature can be exhaustive, every effort was made to present both conflicting and complementary views of personhood from within similar and different philosophical and religious traditions. PART ONE: CONCEPTS OF THE PERSON Tracing the origins of the concept of person from antiquity through present day, Jean Delemeau provides an historical sketch of the development of a wide range of meanings.
📒Meetings At The Edge ✍ Stephen Levine
✏Meetings at the edge Book Summary : Interviews with cancer patients, therapists, parents of dead children, and children of dying parents offer perspectives on dealing with grief and the knowledge of approaching death
📒Personhood And Music Learning ✍ Susan A. O'Neill
✏Personhood and Music Learning Book Summary : Personhood and Music Learning edited by Susan O’Neill is a scholarly but accessible exploration of personal action and experience across diverse music learning contexts. It offers interesting and challenging insights into persons making meaning and connections with music—critical for understanding choices and decisions that impact people’s lives. Perspectives and narratives by 25 authors from around the world focus on: musicians, composers and conductors; music teaching and learning with children and adolescents; music education research and professional practice. This book aims to recast theories of personhood in relation to music learning, reassert the person into multiple narratives, and restore the centrality of personhood to music education theory, research and practice. Students and researchers internationally, as well as music educators in all areas of professional practice, will find in these pages thought-provoking ideas with profound implications for envisioning the future of music education.
📒Social Work Practice In Mental Health ✍ Robert Bland
✏Social Work Practice in Mental Health Book Summary : Mental health problems are ubiquitous in contemporary society. All social workers, whether in specialist or generalist settings, need specific knowledge, skills and values to work effectively with people with mental health problems. Social Work Practice in Mental Health emphasises the importance of appreciating the lived experience of mental illness, and of establishing partnerships based on incorporating a consumer perspective into all mental health work. It also emphasises the healing potential in relationships between consumers, carers and service providers. This is a thorough introduction to social work practice in specialist mental health settings as well as in other fields of practice in the community. It provides a knowledge base for practice with people with the most commonly-encountered mental health problems. It offers a practical guide to assessment, case management, family work, community work, and the application of the principles of partnership to work with individuals and their families, as well as multidisciplinary teams and agencies.
📒The Ground Of Professional Ethics ✍ Daryl Koehn
✏The Ground of Professional Ethics Book Summary : As each week beings more stories of doctors, lawyers and other professionals abusing their powers, while clients demand extra services as at a time of shrinking resources; it is imperative that all practising professionals have an understanding of professional ethics. In The Ground of Profesional Ethics, Daryl Koehn discusses the practical issues in depth, such as the level of service clients can justifiably expect from professionals, when service to a client may be legitimately terminated and circumstances in which client confidences can be broken. She argues that, while clients may legitimately expect professionals to promote their interests, professionals are not morally bound to do whatever a client wants. The Ground of Professional Ethics is important reading for all practising professionals, as well as those who study or have an interest in the subject of professional ethics.