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By Ewan Ingleby

Psychology is a vital a part of the social paintings syllabus, frequently studied as a separate module within the first 12 months, but in addition built-in in the educational curriculum. This absolutely up-to-date version can help scholars comprehend the innovations of psychology and practice them to their very own perform. It exhibits that, for social staff, it will be important for psychology to be studied within the contexts of social care, because it bargains strength motives of advanced features of human behaviour and development.

An evaluation of the major mental methods is given and the writer demonstrates how those might be utilized to social paintings perform.

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Berne argues that all of these categories are present in adults and children. They govern our interpersonal communication. The theory proposes that when people communicate, they do so according to parent, child or adult states. 3 illustrates what Berne means. ‘P’, ‘A’ and ‘C’ refer to parent, adult and child ego states. 32 Chapter 2 Psychology and communication Q. How do you feel today? A. I feel fine! 3, an appropriate ‘adult’ question is asked: How do you feel today? Likewise an appropriate adult response is given: I feel fine!

After reading this chapter you should be able to: ● ● ● ● 20 identify different forms of communication; classify communication into categories (interpersonal, verbal, vocal non-verbal, and nonvocal communication); identify forms of verbal communication and recognise the skills that promote effective verbal communication; identify forms of non-verbal communication and recognise the skills that promote effective non-verbal communication; Chapter 2 Psychology and communication ● critically appraise how the relationship between social workers and service-users can be enhanced through the application of Eric Berne’s transactional analysis.

I could do nothing other than stand and stare in an awkward fashion. The two service-users had a cup of tea and then suddenly one of them had a very aggressive outburst seizing my supervisor by the hair. I didn’t know what to do and froze. My supervisor told me to sound the alarm button. In a few seconds two of the other staff intervened and I was sent downstairs to work with the ‘less demanding’ service-users. When I got home that night I couldn’t sleep for worry about what it was going to be like working in the care setting.

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