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  • Unconditional Positive Regard

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    unconditional positive regard is. So, if it is possible for therapists to experience unconditional positive regard towards clients, what would be the best way to express this to a client? Is it in what you say? Would it be appropriate to say, “I accept you completely and totally as the person you are”? Or “I value you as a whole person no matter what you’ve done.” This would be the direct approach but could this lead to problems because expressing too much positive regard could be overwhelming to

  • Essay on journal on Unconditional Positive Regard

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    In tonight’s session we have been learning further about Carl Rogers and his conditions of a successful person- centred therapy. We have been exploring Unconditional Positive Regard, a term used by Rogers to describe a basic acceptance and support of a person regardless what they say or do. Unconditional Positive Regard is an attitude of the counsellor towards his client. Rogers believes that this attitude is essential to a healthy development and cause a positive therapeutic movement in a therapy

  • Choices with Regard to the Process of Consumption

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    increased consumer choices. However, there are arguments that in some cases, consumers have not been provided with adequate positions to exercise their true choices on goods and services and therefore, which is leading them to make passive choices in regards their process of consumption. Some arguments assert that consumers are becoming more and more actively involved in their buying and consumption processes, especially in this age when people are more enlightened. Arguments for Active and Passive Consumption

  • Globalization in Regard to Worldwide Equality

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    Globalization in regard to worldwide equality Introduction Globalization has changed much about the way that people perceive the world and it influenced individuals to express less interest in ideas like nationalism and borders. Even with this, one is likely to observe that these two concepts can be considered responsible for the deaths of hundreds of millions of people throughout history, thus meaning that globalization can practically be considered an idea that directly contradicts nationalism

  • What Is Honor To Regard With Great Respect

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    Honor is to regard with great respect. My definition of honor is someone you may look up to that sets good examples. Bill was born on November 27, 1955 in Washington D.C. His parents are Edwin and Jacquelene Nye. His early life consisted of both of his parents being in World War 2, his mother was a codebreaker and his dad was held in a Japanese prisoner of war camp and had no electricity for 4 years and later became a sundial enthusiast. He went to college at Cornell University where he studied

  • Policing in Regards to Race, Gender and Ethnicity

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    In the United States the issue of Policing in regards to race, gender and ethnicity has been an ongoing reform in which state and local legislatures have been dealing with as of recent years. Although there have been legislation on equal opportunity, the primary significance in promoting equality has been the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Civil Rights Act is a federal legislation, which in part bars discrimination based on race or gender. Employers from local and state agencies are all

  • Infants: Self-Regard For Newborn Children

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    Infants Self-regard for newborn children is fed by taking care of essential needs what's more, building a feeling of trust. At the point when babies cry, they are telling you that they are eager, languid, chilly, wet, or forlorn. The way you react to those requirements tells your child a considerable measure. Babies should be held also, snuggled. They require grown-ups to talk, sing, and play with them. At the point when essential needs are met, babies add to a solid feeling of trust what more, security

  • What Should Be Done Without Regard

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    “Things without all remedy should be done without regard; what’s done is done” This quote nicely captures our cultural unquestioned belief about regret that states that lamenting what has already occurred is foolish and that it is better to simply move on and forward. The initial thought when hearing this quote is that it is an admirable philosophy that people should follow, however, that is until I tell you who said it and in what context. This quote was spoken by Lady Macbeth convincing her husband

  • The Letter 'G' In REGARDS Represents Gender Discrimination

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    The letter “G” in REGARDS represents gender discrimination. The law says that men and women in the workplace should be treated equally. Unless the woman is pregnant, or close to giving birth, or just gave birth, she should be granted some rights that men do not have. For example, if women models are needed to model a new line for women clothing. The hiring process can be strictly towards women for the position (Robinson, 2013, p. 29). This situation is called bona fide occupational qualification

  • High Risk Clients or Industries in Regards to PEP's

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    Please answer to the following question. Please use as mandatory the attached material as source and the website mentioned below. Please write around 160 words for question 1) Who are High risk clients/industries; in regards to PEP's? High-risk clients who are willing to take the risk of the "derivatives", "callable range accruals", "soft knock in knock out forwards", "reverse convertible with floor" and "alpha returns that are robust in bull, bear and flat markets" and other such packets devised