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Transcript of Professional Boundaries
Complained to a educator or a colleague about a co- worker or another educator?
Shared your personal problems with a a co-worker or educator?
Agreed to assist someone with a problem out of your scope of practice?
Given or received a gift from a client?
Socialized with an educator or families outside of your professional capacity?
Made friends on facebook and shared personal life with an educator or family?
Gossiped about another person within your professional capacity?
What stood out for you?
What will you do as a result of our discussions today?
What is your understanding of the concept
How you respond sets the standards for professional boundaries in your service.
Professional boundaries are parameters that describe the limits of a relationship between one party and another.
An educator talks about some challenges they have with their own child. You have a child the same age and have had some similar experiences.
Professional boundaries define effective and appropriate interaction between professionals and the public/clients they serve. Boundaries exist to protect both the professional and the client.
A sense of professional identity and self definition that has consistency and cohesion over time.
A framework within which the worker-client relationship occurs.
The line between the self of client and self of worker
Prescribe a system of limits and expectations
Thinking about what you now know about professional boundaries how would you support the educator?
What would you say ensuring you maintain appropriate professional boundaries ?
While on a home visit the educator talks about how her husband will not help around the house – the dynamics of your own relationship with partner is similar.
How would you respond?
What would you say and why?
Sharon (educator) is often aggressive and complaints about the service regularly, today she made a comments about other staff members and their practice. She starts to talk about them in a negative way.
Doesn't require formal preparation
Mutually agreed upon levels of intimacy
Mutually agreed upon confidentiality with no legal bounds.
Have limits and boundaries
Require formal training
Employed to undertake support/monitoring
Involves no physical intimacy
Rules of confidentiality
Unlimited time frame
No goal oriented
No defined roles
No codes of ethics
Place designated / time limited
Well defined role/focus / goals
Legally defined roles
Codes of ethics
What is your understanding of the professional boundaries within your job and service?
How will you support each other?
Understand and be willing to address the emotional impact on coordinator when working with clients experiencing life's challenges.
Be alert to potential /actual conflicts of interest
Awareness of organisational factors that can compromise professional boundaries
understanding the complexity of your work and connection with the changing landscape of family day care in 21st century