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 booklet explores the availability and perform aid and refers back to the tactics of permitting relationships among members: execs and consumers. It additionally invokes the ability of relationships to empower and build change.
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- Reflective practitioner technique presents principles for person and staff actions to assist relate wisdom to real-life practice.
- Wide variety of non-public and formal views contains numerous varied issues of view, together with that of the client.
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This includes the economic state of the country, the level of employment, the tax system, the degree of environmental pollution and our attitudes, for example, towards women, ethnic minorities and disabled people. Increasingly, these factors are taking on an international dimension as globalization accelerates. It is clear that these factors all interact and influence each other. If the economic state of the country is favourable, for example, people are likely to have more disposable income, which may improve their health by allowing them to buy good-quality food and obtain housing of a better standard, engage in leisure pursuits, give their children more opportunities and enjoy relaxing holidays to reduce stress.
To foster enabling relationships with clients, the therapist will need to harness personal skills and organizational supports, whilst also challenging the diverse forces operating in the wider environment that inhibit therapist–client partnerships. 27 29 Chapter 3 Reflecting on ethical decision-making in therapy practice Sally French In the course of their daily work therapists are required to make numerous decisions. Some of these decisions are clinical in nature. The physiotherapist, for example, may decide that a client using crutches is safe to walk on his own, and an occupational therapist may conclude that a client has regained sufficient strength and balance to propel her wheelchair unaided.
EBP threatens to ‘uniformize’ treatments, based on scientific (usually quantitative) evidence about average treatment outcomes for groups of clients, and limiting client choice (Rogers 2002). Yet the verbal and non-verbal interactions between health professional and individual client are rarely subject to scientific evaluation. Because EBP, by definition, is usually grounded in group outcomes, there is the risk that the individual client’s agendas, needs and resources will be overlooked during encounters with therapists, threatening genuine partnership.
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