HELLO WRITER WATCH THE VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9fF9F5w1cI and answer to the student post below :
The student Nkwachioma wrote :
Discussion 2.1: Psychodynamic Therapy Critique
Communication skills: In the video, the therapist used open-ended questions to explore the new content region, reveal what is uppermost in the patient’s mind, and get important information that helped get answers from the patient (Wheeler, 2014). The communication skills used include reflecting and responding. Both the therapist and the patient were good listeners, which helped build trust and a therapeutic alliance with the client. The therapist used strategies for beginning and maintaining a therapeutic alliance, including asking detailed questions about the patient’s primary concern, validating effect, explaining the therapy process as it unfolds, listening empathically without misjudging or suggesting select statements, goal consensus, and collaboration (Wheeler, 2014). The phases of change and OARS communication skills, engagement, evoking, focusing, and planning were all incorporated in this video.
Reaction to Season: The therapist and the patient were relaxed, engaged with good eye contact. Connection is vital in psychotherapy because healing is facilitated through the relationship between the patient and the therapist. Maintaining eye contact between the therapist and the patient is the symbolic connection in mental health therapy (Rautalinko, 2017). The patient had an excellent report with the therapist; she was vocal, audible, and the student answered questions appropriately. The therapist has a good client relationship with the patient, which led to the patient opening up and answering all questions appropriately. The therapist was not confrontational, aggressive, demeaning, or judging patientsâ€™ aggressive outbursts at the dry-cleaning place and her reaction at her neighbor’s dog barking.
PLEASE JUST REPLY TO THE STUDENT BASED ON YOUR OPINION ABOUT THE TOPIC. YOU CAN WRITE A PARAGRAPH OF 12 TO 14 SENTENCES, IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE THAT LONG AND YOU CAN USE REFERENCES
NOW THIS IS ANOTHER DISCUSSION AND HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THE PREVIEWS ONE. THIS ONE IS ABOUT JASMINE LORRY CASE STUDY. ATTACHED YOU WILL FIND THE TRANSCRIPT. PLEASE ANSWER TO THE STUDENT POST BELOW. JUST WRITE YOUR OPINION AND YOU CAN USE REFERENCES AS WELL.
THE student Clantrelle wrote:
Discussion 2.2: Jasmine Lorry Case Study
- In what ways was Chris (your preceptor) insensitive to Jasmine? How could you approach Chris about his lack of cultural competence?
Chris was very insensitive to Jasmine on several occasions during the interview. He pointed out that Jasmine started her transition 10 years ago and she still does not look feminine, and asked her what steps has she taken toward physically transitioning. He also stated that she wonâ€™t be the perfect woman after, threw up in her face that she wonâ€™t be able to get pregnant or have kids. Chris practically called her stupid when he found out that Jasmine was taking her friend estrogen pills because she did not have the money to buy her own. It is important for health professionals to understand peopleâ€™s feelings, opinions, and experiences to assess their real needs and act accordingly, offering tailor-made services (Moudatsou, Stavropoulou, Philalithis, Koukouli, 2020).
- What ways could you suggest Chris build cultural competence? Share at least two resources from your community. Include links if possible.
There a many different ways Christ can build cultural competency. He can start by gaining as must knowledge as he can on the LGBTQIA community. For instance, you could seek out Continuing Education on LGBTQIA+ health education, such as those offered by the National LGBT Center for Health Education (10 Tips for Caring For LGBTQIA+ Patients, 2021). Other ways are to Use gender-neutral language, ask open-ended questions, show respect, and be aware and sensitive of mental and physical health risks for LGBTQIA. The CDC has a comprehensive state-by-state guide, with LGBTQIA facilities in each state, along with other resources, such as hotlines and referral services (10 Tips for Caring For LGBTQIA+ Patients, 2021). OutCare also partners with the LGBTQIA+ center to provide a list of state LGBT healthcare centers and resources (10 Tips for Caring For LGBTQIA+ Patients, 2021).