Dynamics 123

jaysica2014's version from 2017-05-31 00:12

Section 1

Question Answer
3 layers of selfpersona, ego/shadow, essential
conscious and unconscious; makes us unique clams fear allows us to laugh essential self
recognize core principle of OTconcern, avoid harm, respect right, maintain high standard of competence, laws /policies, accurate info, treat professionals with fairness, discretion, and integrity
1st half of life is concerned withdoing active
2nd half of life is concerned with being
questions of selfwhy am i here...who am i
goal of self-awarenessto give up beliefs that entraps us into negativity and doubt so we can enlarge consciousness and feel compassion for our oneness with life
from self wegive highest quality of healthcare, display compassion in threat or fatigue, set boundaries, have patience/understanding, act ethically and with integrity, feel unconditional positive self regard
what is the goal of healthcare educationto become professional
why is self-awareness important to healthcareThe more you know yourself, the more aware you are of your feelings, strengths, and weaknesses. You fell in control of life and are less stressed.

Section 2

Question Answer
Erikson view on child's needif childs needs are met, the world is wam/loving; if childs needs arent met, the world is hostlie and mistrusting; autonomy results in feelings of success, free from shame or guilt
self identity/esteem is influenced bymaturity of parents, how much we felt wanted, how are parents responded to us
characteristic of healthy open-familyprovides safe supported environemtn for all members to grow, feel empowered to adapt to change/supported in coping with stress; stress in home is less than outside; unique and worthy
dysfunctional/closed familyseen not heard, not free to make mistakes, vitorious if meek, agreeable, considerate, and unself; adults are masters
early helper characteristicsact in way that are responsive to unconscious needs; do things to help healing process; dysfucntional families create these; have shame
characterstic of those in dys families that go into healthcaretry to fix everything, admired for going above and beyond, thrive on rescuing, numbness reinforces false sense of self
depend on people/things outside of self; neglect self identityco-dependence
shame vs guiltguilt=made mistake; shame=i am mistake
what happens when child takes on parent role in dys familyfalse sense of self; curiosity/fear repressed or covered up so can appear to be brave to please parents

Section 3

Question Answer
belief of person that they have emotional investment and influence behaviorvalues
value vs needsneeds is more automatic, drivien, and predicatble; value requires reflection (more mature and impulsive)
moral vs non moral valuesmorals relates to how we interact with others; non moral leads to personal preference (what should i wear)
aloofness and not helping patient in treatmentprejudice, indifference
criticize patientsprejudice, rigitity, and perfectionism
treating pation as object and making fun of patiendepersonalization
treating patient like childpaternailsm, condescending
know definition of moral term and be aware if you fit thatmoral awareness
deepr way of knowing and consistenlty exercising behaviormoral consciousness
context of situation provides key to doing right thingcontexualism
follow rules; value is within the value of itselfobjectivism
each person vale should be considered equal since theres no standard code of ethics is meaninglesssubjectivism