Dynamics 678

jaysica2014's version from 2017-06-06 00:01

Section 1

Question Answer
goal of helpingassist helpee to be self-sufficient and achieve more eefective relationship between others and the world
feel similar feelings about something outside of us along with patient "fellow feelings"sympathy
feeling of sorrow; gives message you are judgingpity
interferes with healing; may lose sight of difference between yourself and patientidentifiaction
lestening carefully and trying to imagine what pt is experiencingself-transposal
understanding and entering into one's feeling; momentary merging with another person in unique moments of shared meaningempathy
most significant process of empathy; happens most oftencrossing over
good helpers are notborn, but taught
sharing of topics include illness process they are going thrupersonal ideas and judgements (3)
deep trust in needed; true friendship and caringfeeling and emotions (2)
mutal openness, honesty, respect, and lovepeak communication (1)
no gennuine sharing happenscliche conversation (5)
almost nothing is shared; maybe diagnostic data/weatherreporting facts (4)
levels of communicationpeak communication, feeling and emotion, personal ideas/judgements, reporting facts, cliche converasation

Section 2

Question Answer
#1 less than helpful responseindifference
oh it cant be that bad/look around youoffering reassurance
adults should know better than to act like childrenjudgmental response
you're late, i have better things to do with my timedefensiveness
repeating words as you hear themrestatment
verbalizing both intent and implied feelings of senderrefletion
summariztion/simplifying thoughts and feelings of otherclarification
when you feel emotion and want to communicate that youre upsetI statements
what i say matches what i do/feel (words match feeling)congruence

Section 3

Question Answer
whats the easiest/difficult responseassertive; comeback
5 new behaviors learned from acting assertivelyrecognize situations of aggressive/passive, recognize strategies to counter negativity, replace old with different thoughts, practice thinking new thoughts, practice new behaviors that acknowledge your rights
benefits of assertivenessethical/healing responsibility, increase self respect, control, and confidence, helps develop more emotionally satisfying relationships, increase likelihood that everyone's needs will be met, allows us to exercise personal rights without denying others rightss
a ___ angry person will use ___ pattern raginghostile; predictable
recognizing we have ___ is the first step in ____ needed for assertivenessrights; cognitive retraining