PSY 310 Week 4 Notes (2/9-2/11)
PSY 310 Week 4 Notes (2/9-2/11) PSY 310
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Date Created: 02/11/16
Reading Ch 57 Terms 0 paraphrase a different version of what the client is saying that restates faces and thoughts in different wording and a nonjudgmental way 0 emotional intelligence the ability to monitor one39s own and other39s feeling and emotions 0 compound response a question followed by a reflecting statement or vice versa 0 undershooting reflecting a feeling that is too weak to properly mirror the client39s emotion Q overshooting reflecting a feeling that is more intense than the one expressed by the client 0 parroting repeating the same feeling word as the client used 0 constructivism people work with their experiences and beliefs to construct reality 0 summarizing final reflecting skill Q nonjudgmental listening cycle general helping session pattern 0 questioning cycle used by newbies lots of closeended q39s Chapter 5 Components of Client39s Message 1 clients understanding of their thoughts cognition 2 clients underlying feelings emotion 3 hidden meanings existential Paraphrasing 0 Positive Effects of Paraphrasing 1 verbal way of communicating empathy 2 feedback that lets the person confirm or correct the impression they are giving 3 encourages further exploration 4 captures important aspects that might otherwise remain hidden 0 How to Paraphrase 1 listen carefully 2 relay a condensed and nonjudgmental version of the facts and feelings shared I why not just say exactly what they said I paraphrasing shows deeper understanding 0 Common Mistakes in Paraphrasing 0 only reciting the facts or parroting O unable to focus on story because of noise I listening to own thoughts mental noise O worrying about what to say next 0 taking the client39s side and being judgmental of others 0 being judgmental of the client Typical Sequence of Responses in First Few Minutes of Session 1 Door Opener 2 Minimal Encourager 3 Open Question 4 Minimal Encourager 5 Paraphrase 6 Closed Question 7 Paraphrase Chapter6 Reflecting Feelings Q the ability to recognize emotions in others and convey that you understand their feeHngs 0 Positive Effects of Reflecting Feelings 0 client becomes more aware of their emotions 0 brings the client to a deeper level of selfdisclosure 0 provides relief from emotional pressure I sort out and label feelings as to not feel overwhelmed Q How to Reflect Feelings 1 identify client39s feelings 2 articulate the underlying emotion you detect l Formula quotYou feel and quotYou feel because 0 Common Problems in Reflecting Feelings asking the client quothow did you feelquot waiting too long to reflect l it39s okay to reflect within first 2 minutes turning the reflection into a question combining reflection and a question focusing on wrong persontopic compound response letting the client ramble using quotfeelquot instead of quotthinkquot undershooting and overshooting parroting drawn out reflecting statements 00000000 00 Feeling Vocabulary 0 Primary Emotions joy sadness anger guiltshame fear disgust surprise interestexcitement O Other 0 00000000 Feelings of l weakness I strength I generalnonspecific distress 0 Use Indicators like 0 alittle O somewhat 0 very Cha ter7 Levels of Disclosure 1 Content 2 FeeHngs 3 Meaning Why Reflect Meaning 0 client takes background issues for granted 0 helps client understand their story is perspective 0 gets the client to delve deeper 0 Inner Circle Strategy 0 circles with AE E being deep How to Reflect Meaning 0 pose open questions 0 reflect meaning Types of Summarizing Q Focusing 0 beginning of session 0 brings up major issues client goals progress 0 Signal 0 middle of session Q Thematic 0 Planning Re ec on GO 000 shows comprehension on a topic and allows to move on after many sessions brings up themes in content emotions or meanings end of session review of progress plans and agreements Lecture 2921 1 0 way of expressing that we are hearinglistening and that we understand their frame of reference 0 Types 0 Purposes Reflection of Content 000000 000 Q Paraphrase Q When Reflection of Feeling 0 Steps 0 0000 0000 Content FeeHng Meaning interpretation identify clarify and express supports client encourages deeper exploration enhances selfawareness encourages new insight enhances understanding of interpersonal interactions Examples quotSounds likequot quotYou thinkquot quotIt seems likequot quotYou are wondering aboutquot can be used early follows invitational skills don39t wait too long stop rambling client determine what the client is feeling describe the feeling clearly observe the effect of what you said facilitate discussion 0 Examples You feel because quotSounds like you39requot quotI think I hear somequot quotI hear in your voicequot quotYou have a expression on your facequot quotYou seem to be feeling quotIt appears you39re quot quotSounds like you think you should feel but you really feel OOOOOOOO General Guidelines often occur together timing don39t reflect everything be precise avoid repetitive responses mix and match Reflection of Feeling Q be careful with quothow does that make you feelquot 0 don39t go too far too fast 0 don39t make assumptions 0 avoid underoverstating Summarizing Q broader than reflection of context Reflection of Meaning 0 offers new frame of reference 0 can be powerful intervention 0 becomes easier and more comfortable with experience Purpose 0 further develop insight teach client to interpret events in their lives for themselves Helpful Hints wait 0 is client ready 0 work as ateam 0 use other basic skills Q be tentative yet concise 0 consider using questions 0 don39t judge 0 focus on understand rather than evaluating 0 watch for reaction 0 processes and followup 0 allow enough time for this
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