Oral Counseling Proficiency Exam Self-Reflection Paper Kristie Hoppe Elizabethtown College In this paper I plan to briefly review what happened during the counseling demonstration. Next, I will discuss two basic counseling skills that I believe I used well, and one that I struggled with. Finally, I will discuss the next steps I will take
Neal, The clocks at LIH appeared to be online and communicating to the WDM. I began my check to start data collection that is when I realized the clocks are not operating normally. I tried to reboot, initialize, and test both clocks though it appeared the clocks were in the process of successfully completing the task, it failed. Within the last two hours, I managed to get both clocks to complete a data collection successfully. I contacted Kari, LIH Coordination Center and request to have a TSO swipe their badge on both clocks located at the Checkpoint and Break Room, respectively.
did not fare as well as I expected on my portfolio. I enjoyed this class immensely too, including my professor, Dr. Susan DeLuke. I learned a great deal during the course as well as after the course from Dr. DeLuke, with the multiple homework assignments, and papers, and achieved very
Client Name: Shaindy Age: 30 Relationship: Neighbor I started out my session making some small talk with my client, Shaindy. We discussed how things went the previous week and what we’re looking forward to accomplish in the upcoming week.
For two weeks, I monitored my unhealthy habit of the over-consumption of sugar every day. Previous to making changes in my behavior, I consumed a sugary treat on average once daily. Upon taking on the challenge to change my behavior, I had to make a few adjustments to my daily routines which influenced my behavior. My first small goal was to eat only one sweet treat per week for a month. I did not meet this goal; however, my behavior has improved and I have eaten less sweets than normal.
As a product of a very big family, life with 10 siblings humbled me with patience and selflessness. Childhood was Cheaper By The Dozen. After my mom's first husband passed away, she moved from Peru to the United States with five of my siblings for a safer life. She then met my dad and added onto the family with five more kids-- including me. Mornings had messy breakfasts and fights over shower times, and of course over packed vehicles. The house wasn’t silent, but we survived together. One needed test prep, another a sport practice partner and someone always helped. Because there was such a large number of us; selfishness became a natural factor. Half of my older siblings grew up in Peru, with an entirely different childhood; filled with hardship
A bit surreal today as I sit down and write my first paper in almost 20 years. I’ve spent the last 10 years trying to be very concise in my communication, to the point and easy to skim the important facts to ensure what I need to get across will be read. The fact that I am having some emotional response to the stress related to routinely writing papers that ‘feel long’ is just a great example of some of what I learned from my MBTI/Firo B results.
Self- Reflection and Discussion Questions 1. What are some of your earliest memories? Are they mainly joyful or painful? Identify one specific early memory and reflect on the significance this early recollection has for you. What value do you see in the Adlerian technique of having group members recall their earliest memories? Can you think of ways to use this technique in groups you may lead?
At the risk of sounding stereotypical, I can honestly say I have always been known as a “helper”. Even in elementary school, I demonstrated a passion for working with other people and fighting injustices. First, at age five, I held a yard sale for Hurricane Katrina victims and conducted a
Self-Reflection paper I cannot help but think how useful this course has been. Reflecting on the content covered over the course of this semester I have seen growth, and how changes on my lesson plan that not only benefited every student but also changed my focused in using different methods
Finding the right words to describe my adolescent life is nothing short of impossible. When looking at myself, I did not know who I truly was and lacked direction in life. In essence, my teenage years were tough. When I was growing up, as most girls do, I struggled with self-esteem, particularly in regards to my physical image. Turning to food was always comforting, which in turn led me to become an overweight teenager with no self-esteem or drive. During my sophomore year of high school there was a turning point; I reflected on myself physically and emotionally and realized I needed to change my outlook in order to go towards what I wanted. I knew with my family history, that the odds were stacked against me. A few of my family members
Self-Reflection paper I cannot help but think how useful this course has been. Reflecting on the content covered over the course of this semester I have seen growth, and how changes to my lesson plan have not only benefited every student, but also changed my focused on using different methods of instruction to fit the needs of every individual student. I truly enjoyed that the course was divided into main topics to help me grow on a professional level. Each topic attempted to provide specific examples, lessons, broke down information, incorporated research, used external resources, and used real-life examples to help individuals in the education system understand the importance of instructional interventions. The course was divided into
Throughout one’s life we are defined by a wide multitude of aspects. We are defined by moments, by people, by society, by our parents; this is just a short snippet of the pieces of our lives that help us- and society- to define who we are. The creation of who we are begins to form from the moment we enter the world kicking and screaming, as if we are already trying to stave off the misconceptions that others will form about us. For many people, including myself, the person(s) who raise(d) you have strong roots in the origins of our attitudes, values, and beliefs.
Self-awareness is important in everyday life, for certain individuals, it can conduct an entire day of activities and decisions. This reflection of my self-awareness is based off personal positive and negative attributes which are a direct reflection of who I am as a person. To have an outside view of
I am now approaching the conclusion of my college career and starting to adjust to work life. This is a period of self-reflection and an attempt to put everything I learned into perspective. During this period of my life, I have been constantly thinking and contemplating my future. I feel very anxious yet nervous during this time while I am adjusting to this new stage of my life. When I was in High school my life was very structured, because I could be very dependent on peoples help and I obviously still lived with my family. When I went to college, I had to break away from that feeling of dependency and start the adjusting to adulthood. In college there was more responsibility and I started to become more independent. This was a crucial step in my life but choosing a career is going to be an even bigger step. It is a bigger step because; I have to start structuring my career goals and family goal for the future. At this moment all I can think about is my career, and how I can I keep improving myself for work life.