By John Swain BSc PGCE MSc PhDBSc (Hons) MSc PhD PGCE, Jim Clark MA CertEd AdDipDrama SpecEd, Sally French MCSP DipTP BSc MSc(Psych) MSc(Soc) PhD, Karen Parry Bed PhD, Frances Reynolds BSc Dip Psych Couns PhD
This ebook explores the supply and perform help and refers back to the procedures of allowing relationships among members: execs and consumers. It additionally invokes the facility of relationships to empower and build change.
- Coverage of the problems surrounding using counseling abilities presents the reader with wisdom of the methods and rules support.
- Reflective practitioner process presents rules for person and crew actions to aid relate wisdom to real-life practice.
- Wide variety of private and formal views contains a variety of different issues of view, together with that of the client.
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Beauchamp & Childress assert that feminist accounts: . . maintain that ‘oppressive socialisation and oppressive social relationships’ can impair autonomy, for instance, through forming an agent’s desires, beliefs, emotions and attitudes, through thwarting the development of the capacities and competences essential for autonomy, and through various restrictions and limitations on the range of options for action. (2001, p. 61) Although feminists are cautious in adopting gender-specific patterns of moral reasoning, their focus is on the relationships between the various agents and the narrative and contextual detail of each situation.
He intends, however, to talk the whole matter over carefully with his manager and the social worker in his team before taking any action. Both of these examples, though reaching opposite conclusion, link the dilemmas Rob is facing with ethical theories and principles. Neither solution is ‘right’ or ‘wrong’, in an absolute sense, and in a real-life situation there may have been other factors to guide Rob’s decision. In undertaking this exercise you may have reached other conclusions. In the first scenario, for instance, Rob may have deduced that to break Samantha’s confidence would be detrimental on consequentialist grounds because clients would then trust therapists less with negative implications for rehabilitation overall.
This extract contains various problems which need to be considered by Rob. First, there is Samantha who has sustained a serious injury from Luke who has been violent towards her. Second, there is the possible adverse effect the violence may be having on Samantha’s children. Finally, there is the issue of whether or not to correct the false medical record. Rob may decide not to disclose the information Samantha has given him. This can be justified on the grounds of ‘respect for the person’ and ‘respect for autonomy’.
Enabling Relationships in Health and Social Care. A Guide for Therapists by John Swain BSc PGCE MSc PhDBSc (Hons) MSc PhD PGCE, Jim Clark MA CertEd AdDipDrama SpecEd, Sally French MCSP DipTP BSc MSc(Psych) MSc(Soc) PhD, Karen Parry Bed PhD, Frances Reynolds BSc Dip Psych Couns PhD