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    This essay will explore the nature of the therapeutic process; using my fifty minute long real play session with one of my colleagues. Also, I will explore my experience of the therapeutic relationship and how it influences therapeutic change and increase the affectivity of the therapy. In addition to this, I will be attaining feedback from my client after discussing each stage of the therapeutic process in detail to help me understand what worked well for the client and gain more insight into

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    research spanning over 3 decades that provides researchers in the coaching domain a body of knowledge to build upon, compare and contrast (De Haan, XXX). Throughout the literature, various terms are used to describe the relationship including, the therapeutic alliance, ego alliance, working alliance and helping alliance and I will refer to the generic term of alliance (Horvath & Luborsky, 1993) as meaning, “the client and counsellor’s subjective experience of working together towards psychotherapeutic

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    To create a successful therapeutic relationship, there are some key elements that need to be a part of the formula. Each therapist may end up having a different recipe, but it is important that a therapist knows what ingredients he or she may need and what they can add for it to be successful. Throughout this paper, this writer will discuss characteristics she hopes to embody as a therapist, as well as the values and skills she wishes to bring with her into a therapeutic relationship. Values There

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    individuals, as much as I am able, to help unearth it should this basic truth become hidden to them. This is a guiding principle for me and I believe that many of the constructs of the field of Therapeutic Recreation (TR) are congruent with this philosophy. Making the decision to obtain a Therapeutic Recreation Specialization (TRS) degree offered a theoretical rationale in which to further explore the concept of leisure, define my professional philosophy and an opportunity to reflect critically

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    The Benefits of Therapeutic Riding

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    (“Disabilities”). After hearing of this extremely high number of disabled people, I then ultimately decided I would write my research paper on ways to help the disabled. Therapeutic riding has been actively helping individuals with disabilities for decades, and can benefit these unfortunate people physically, mentally, and emotionally. “Therapeutic riding, which originated in Europe, has been actively helping individuals with disabilities since the 1950's” (Shepard). Through equine-orientated

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    Therapeutic relationships and the three stages associated with relationships The whole reason for a therapeutic relationship is to facilitate a successful patient outcome. Each person is unique and has different needs. Stages of development of a therapeutic relationship: Orientation Stage—involves nurses learning about patients and they initial concerns and needs. Patents also learn about the role of the nurse. Patents are informed about the general purpose of taking with the nurse. The initial

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    The American Heart Association (2011) states that, "Therapeutic hypothermia is the only intervention demonstrated to improve neurologic recovery after cardiac arrest" (Pp 77). Recommendations range between 32 and 36 degrees centigrade for 12 to 36 hours. Cooling may be achieved through either introduction of

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    The therapeutic relationship is consists of several factors such as working alliance, respect and empathy, and multicultural competency. The relationship as working alliance is how the therapist works diligently together with the client’s for good results. In the helping process, respect is vital to clients in a way that the client views the importance of the counseling. Empathy is another way of allowing your client know you care about them. Multicultural competent is denoting the importance of

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    present some of the notable research that has been done on therapeutic hypothermia, and current use of this intervention. Control studies, animal studies, and case studies have been published related to these medical interventions. Unfortunately, there are still many healthcare providers not using this intervention. Dainty, Scales, Brooks, Needham, Dorian, Ferguson et al. (2011) study states, “observational research shows that therapeutic hypothermia is

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    Ontological and Epistemological debates about the nature of the therapeutic relationship. ‘Existence’ and ‘Relationship’. Can these two concepts exist independently of each other without the presence of the one to be necessary for the presence of the other? Is it possible for anything to exist without being related to anything else nor being perceptible by touch? Is it possible for something to exist if it cannot be described nor being visually present, even though it brings out strong feelings and

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