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Transcript: Psychology Psychoanalysis is a method of psychological therapy, focusing on repression and unconscious forces, including the division of pyche (i.d. Ego Super Ego) Behavior Approach states that human behavior is learned therefore it can be unlearned and new behaviors learned in its place. APPLICATIONS IN REC THERAPY PRACTICE As Recreational Therapist/CTRS, we should realize that unconcious motivation may in fact affect their clients' behaviors. Also, RT/TR need to recognize that clients often employ the defense mechanisms described by Freud as a means to protect their self-concepts. Finally, RT/TR should recognize that events during clients' developmental years may affect them as adults. Concepts to be learned: RT/TR specialist need to understand the idea of reinforcement (because their clients' behavior will be affected by the consequences of their behaviors. RT/TR specialist can also employ behavior modification techniques, such as reinforcing desirable behaviors, when striving to treat discrete behaviors. Lastly, behavior modicficationn procedures such as shaping, modeling, prompting, fading, time-out and behavioral contracts may have an application in recreational therapy. Even though the paradigms of Freud and Skinner no longer have the standing they once enjoyed, there certainly are concepts that can be drawn from them for application in recreational therapy! Humanistic Psychology people are innately good and that mental and social problems result from deviations from this natural tendency.

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Transcript: Phase one Lessons Learned AGENDA 1. Phase One Reflection 2. Lessons Learned in Transit 3. Lessons Learned in Coach 4. Managerial and Interpersonal Skills Developed 5. Closing Remarks Phase One Reflection My journey as a NextGen Management Intern began a year and four months ago. When I first started I was very excited about this great opportunity, but at the same time somehow apprehensive as the transportation industry was a relatively new and unknown industry to me. A year and four months later, I can confidently say that my initial feelings of insecurity about the transportation industry are no longer a factor. Throughout my phase one, I have been given the opportunity to know and understand the transportation industry, who our competitors are, but most importantly I have been able to meet the dedicated people we employ. This level of knowledge and understanding about Pacific Western’s operations and culture has instilled in me a sense of loyalty, gratitude and dedication that I aim to reflected in everything I do as a NextGen. During my phase one rotation, I was fortunate to be able to work in different departments across the Coach and Transit lines of business. As a result, I had the opportunity to visit and spend some time learning from our operations in Prince George Transit, Whistler Transit, Milton Transit and Pacific Western Toronto. Through my rotations, I also had the opportunity to spend some time and learn from the Safety, Finance, Washbay, Maintenance and Operations departments for Coach and Transit under the close mentorship and guidance of very experienced and dedicated coaches. As a result of the time spent in each department, I was able to participate hands-on in various interesting projects with different team members. Lessons Learned in Transit Lessons Learned in Coach Managerial and Interpersonal Skills Developed Closing Remarks Now that my phase one rotation has come to a successful end, I look back at all that I have achieved since I first began. It has not been an easy journey, nor has there been a clear cut path laid out for me. There have been highs and lows, moments filled with stress and excitement. There have been moments of unanticipated changes. Despite each hurdle, I have learned to embrace each and see each moment as a learning experience. In retrospect, it has been a long road towards development and self-discovery. It is a journey that I am proud to say I took and I overcame. I look forward to what phase two will bring in 2015. I am excited to be working alongside my NextGen colleagues and other talented individuals on the Canada Winter Games. Phase two will no doubt bring some unique challenges to the forefront for myself and my colleagues. I’m excited for what this new journey will bring. Questions? “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”– Ralph Waldo Emerson Daniel Escudero - NextGen Management intern

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