Transcript: Positive Thinking Does Not Equal Rational Thinking Though counselors may help clients improve their self-esteem and self-confidence, they should avoid trying to talk clients into improvement. Verbal persuasion by itself is one of the weakest methods of promoting change. Instead, counselors should challenge the clients to provide proof that their irrational beliefs will come true. This can come in the form of homework designed to test the rationality of their beliefs. Even if the fear comes true, the counselor ca acknowledge the unpleasantness of the event, but point out that the client did survive the event. A Few Mistaken Assumptions James Bass, Danielle Bryant, Kourtnie Carroll & Penny Peng
Transcript: BET CT 1 G Guidelines for Effective Presentation Group 4 Presentation Define -effective and efficient means of communication used in various speaking situations. Guidelines Guidelines It’s hard to be relaxed and be yourself when you’re nervous. 1. Show your Passion and Connect with your Audience Your presentation needs to be built around what your audience is going to get out of the presentation. 2. Focus on your Audience’s Needs When planning your presentation, you should always keep in mind the question: What is the key message for my audience to take away? 3. Keep it Simple: Concentrate on your Core Message 4. Smile and Make Eye Contact with your Audience The beginning of your presentation is crucial. You need to grab your audience’s attention and hold it. 5. Start Strongly • Contain no more than 10 slides; • Last no more than 20 minutes; and • Use a font size of no less than 30 point. 6. Remember the 10-20-30 Rule for Slideshows Human beings are programmed to respond to stories. 7. Tell Stories 8. Use your Voice Effectively It has been estimated that more than three quarters of communication is non-verbal. 9. Use your Body Too If you find presenting difficult, it can be hard to be calm and relaxed about doing it. 10. Relax, Breathe and Enjoy
Transcript: < 6 bullets / slide < 6 words / line New topics - headlines, sub-heads Punctuation/Capital letters BOLD, but not italics Fonts No more than 3 fonts At least size 16 Large rooms - size 20 Easy to read fonts Presentation Guidelines Colors Proof Check your work. Double check. Proof. Have a friend proof. Check again. Graphic Elements Avoid clip art. Use photos of people doing things. Avoid landscaping / architectural photos. One graphic element / slide. Text Animation Use small set of colors Be consistent Use contrasting colors Projectors - light background, dark text Use, but don't over use. Minimal, if any, sound.
Transcript: SUBTITLE emortal stack We go through a linear sequence of slides (pages), a bit like adding a powerpoint within Prezi This is a stack topic Research findings % Increase in family memories being saved Total family images saved The journey so far 2017 2018 Beta launch Research Other 2019 Launch GUI Build Coding Back end emortal features planet Time capsule icon to go here Time capsule Safe Lifeline
Transcript: Presentation Guidelines Make text short and to the point Slide layout should be consistent (i.e. fonts, lines, header positioning, etc) Recommended fonts: Arial, Tahoma, Verdana Don’t sacrifice readability for style (i.e. script fonts) Use the same backgrounds on all slides Choose text and background colors carefully, certain combinations may be difficult to see Illustrations should only be used when they relate to the message and help make a point Use bullet points instead of block paragraphs Transitions should be consistent and not distracting bullet points should be no more than 1 to 2 lines long keep points brief try to limit each slide to 5 bullet points Use effective presentation skills: do not talk to the screen face your audience and make eye contact speak clearly do not read directly from slides
Transcript: Stay on point Be punctual Is the date/timing convenient and conducive for all participants? Everyone contributes Is the information useful and relevant to my work? Validity of information Be mindful of time Be respectful to the speaker Definition of Disruptive Actions: interrupting, side chatting, side tracking, monopolizing, asking irrelevant questions. Actions to get back on track: Knock 3 times Step 1: Is the agenda clear & self-explanatory? Are the subjects relevant and meaningful to the parties invited? Is there updates of the actions to be done that is discussed in previous meeting? Step 3: Attendees Have you think through these... Challenge Ideas NOT People - Is there a need for this meeting? - What are my objectives of sharing this information? - Is the information useful and timely to the relevant parties? Usefulness of Information Step 4: Presentation Need & Purpose for session Disagree without being disagreeable No disruptive actions Step 5: Feedback Is the information accurate at time of presentation? Is the information biased? Presentation Guidelines Is the duration suitable? Step 2: Timing & Duration Be brief and concise Who need to be involved? How will they be inform?
Transcript: To help you understand and apply the information in this chapter, consider these questions: 1. When you began your counseling training program, what mistaken assumption did you hold? 2. Provide an example of a more complex process of change for a client 3. How might one’s religious beliefs help or hinder effective counseling? 4. What factors might inhibit a client’s ability to make rational choice? Do Not Assume That Change is Simple The act of being judgemental involves moral or ethical assessments. Counselors should assess clients in terms of psychological theory and practice. Assessments might involve inquiry into family background, educational and employment experience, psychopathology, intellectual abilities, and situational influences. Clients have a right to their own personal values. Clients differ in their perceptions and reactions to the events in their lives and even to their psychological states. Context is everything. Clients can learn that it is acceptable to experience any feeling but that one should not act on every thing. Summary Factors such as significant others, biological influences, culture, and individual differences in response to therapy can all contribute to the complexity of the counseling process (Krause, Howard, & Lutz, 1998). It is important for the therapist to take into account an entire family system and not just one individual’s problem as the main focus. Client’s readiness to change is an important determining factor. Prochaska’s Stages of Change Model Client(s) may lack awareness of the problem Client(s) are aware of the problem but are only beginning to consider how to remedy it. Client(s) are only in the beginning stages of taking actions to change. James Bass, Danielle Bryant, Kourtnie Carroll & Penny Peng When we talk with other people, ordinarily we assume that we know what they are feeling or thinking. Experience in counseling demonstrates this to be false. In practice, many clients will tell you if you're wrong. LISTEN to these corrections. Proceed through the process with tentativeness and verify what you think you know about your client. “Friends and family provide agreement and sympathy. Counselors provide empathy to help clients explore their problems and become aware of their feelings and thoughts.” Do Not Assume That Change is Simple A Few Mistaken Assumptions Make Psychological Assessments, Not Moral Judgements Do Not Assume That You Know Clients' Feelings, Thoughts, and Behaviors Positive Thinking Does Not Equal Rational Thinking Though counselors may help clients improve their self-esteem and self-confidence, they should avoid trying to talk clients into improvement. Verbal persuasion by itself is one of the weakest methods of promoting change. Instead, counselors should challenge the clients to provide proof that their irrational beliefs will come true. This can come in the form of homework designed to test the rationality of their beliefs. Even if the fear comes true, the counselor can acknowledge the unpleasantness of the event, but point out that the client did survive the event. Agreement Does Not Equal Empathy Do Not Assume That You Know Clients' Feelings, Thoughts, and Behaviors What is empathy? Empathy refers to a deep comprehension of the subjective world of clients. Agreement suggests that the counselor approves of the client's behavior. Sympathy indicates that the counselor feels sorry for the client. Do Not Assume That You Know How Clients REACT to Feelings, Thoughts, and Behaviors
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