Rehabilitation counselors

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  • Rehabilitation Counselor Research Paper

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    topic: Rehabilitation counselor 2. Reasons I choose this topic: • I want to be a person who helps other people with their problems in life. • This job requires communication which is a skill that I’m really good at. • It is one of my dreams to become someone who works in counseling or mental health. 3. Research: • Three additional resources: • http://learningpath.org/articles/Rehabilitation_Counselor_Career_Info.html • explorehealthcareers.org/en/Career/42/Rehabilitation_ Counselor • careersinpsychology

  • Psychiatric Disabilities: The Role of the Rehabilitation Counselor

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    Psychiatric Disabilities: The Role of the Rehabilitation Counselor A rehabilitation counselor is the central coordinator of setting up services and the client’s goals. They help develop and enhance the client’s skills to secure independence, employment and function in the community (Garske, 2003). In order to be able to rehabilitate the client and set up obtainable goals and a treatment plan, the rehabilitation counselor must first understand ADA, the client’s functional limitations, challenges

  • The Code Of Ethics As Defined By The Council On Certification Of Rehabilitation Counselors

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    defined by the Council on Certification of Rehabilitation Counselors that came to mind when reading this scenario were Beneficence, Justice and Veracity. The Code of Ethics as defined by the Council on Certification of Rehabilitation Counselors that I feel are impacted in this particular scenario would be outlined in section D: Professional Responsibility. D.5. Responsibility to the Public and Other Professionals: d. Exploitation of Others: Rehabilitation Counselors do not exploit others in their professional

  • Rehabilitation Counselor

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    Rehabilitation Counselors Job Description & Assumptions: Counselors help empower individuals to learn how to cope with everyday stresses while striving for self-acceptance through therapy, and various residential activities. Counselors additionally will help individuals apply for jobs, guide them in the steps needed to learn new skills for better job placement. My goals are to work with nonprofit positions once I graduate therefore my assumptions were how this would go hand in hand with helping

  • Rehabilitation Counselors

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    Inventory) of rehabilitation counselors? RQ2: What is the level of job demand (as measured by subscales of the Karask and Theorell Job Content Questionnaire) of rehabilitation counselors? RQ3: What is the level of job control (as measured by subscales of the Karask and Theorell Job Content Questionnaire) of rehabilitation counselors? RQ4: What is the level of job support (as measured by subscales of the Karask and Theorell Job Content Questionnaire) of rehabilitation counselors? RQ5: What is the

  • Drug Rehabilitation Counselor

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    day as a drug rehabilitation counselor I’ve seen many different cases of people who have dealt with drug use. But the funniest case I’ve seen so far. Was when one of my patients took a drug called mushrooms also known as shrooms. Shrooms is a hallucinogen and it makes you hallucinate. So one day my patient though he was a pony so he started making extremely funny noises and he would walk on all fours. I thought this was a funny case of my patient. As a drug rehabilitation counselor I believe that

  • Professional Rehabilitation Counselors

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    Firstly, during our group session, we discussed that some of the professional rehabilitation counselors’ culture and identity, have been founded on “counseling theories”, which most of them, have been developed in a western culture by white men. Members of the dominant culture are the developers of policies, laws and institutions and the power to construct hierarchies. Therefore, the goals and expectations of most counselors in The United States, reflect the values and standards of the majority society

  • Evaluation Of Nursing Rehabilitation Counselor

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    this assignment]) Jessica will continue receiving services from her rehabilitative team which includes an occupational therapy, physical therapy and prosthetist. Recommendations for Jessica will include a clinical psychologist and vocational rehabilitation counselor. The clinical psychologist may assist Jessica with identifying her emotions and how to work through them in a healthy method (Vaughn, 2014). In addition, the clinical psychologist will help with managing her phantom limb pain and any post-traumatic

  • The Importance Of A Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor

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    multitude of barriers when returning to the work force. The ADA’s provision for reasonable accommodations can lend guidance to both the worker and the employer, however the process can be difficult to navigate for both parties. A vocational rehabilitation counselor can utilize their expertise to provide a neutral opinion regarding the most appropriate accommodation that can benefit both the worker and the employer. Literature Review When President George H. W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities

  • The Career Path Of Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor

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    Statement of Service Philosophy The career path of vocational rehabilitation counselor has come to me later in my professional career and it is not a path I would have anticipated taking. I do not recall taking interest assessments in high school, but if I had I would have probably fallen into the category of conventional personality type on John Holland’s personality scale. My early educational pursuits leaned toward administrative and business type positions. Most of my career I have worked

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