Theoretical approaches are an understandably integral part of the therapeutic process. But with so many different methods out there, how do you know which counseling approach works best for you?
Putting forward a psychosocial perspective to challenge the notion of the rational, aware, independent learner, using real-life case studies from educational institutions, the home and the street, this book highlights the ways in which unconscious emotions, in constant interplay with social, structural and institutional forces, have the power to enhance, enable, block, distort and interfere with learning and teaching.
Through this psychosocial framework the book will cast valuable light on some of the most pressing issues that all those involved in education persistently face, in particular resistance to learning and failure to learn.
Introduce the reader to a psychosocial perspective on learning and teaching Critically evaluate traditional perspectives in the psychology of education Provide case-studies from empirical research to explore issues and experiences of learning and teaching which are rarely discussed despite their centrality to educational practice Encourage readers to reflect on their own experiences of learning and teaching in the light of a psychosocial perspective Supporting the development of skills in critical evaluation, argument and self reflection, this text is essential reading for all educational psychology and education studies students at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and researchers interested in the complex psychosocial influences on the relationships between teaching and learning.More than 4, ebooks and many book collections, including archive collections of critical historical material, as well as publisher and topical collections.
The biopsychosocial model is a tool that psychologists use to examine how psychological disorders develop. This lesson will provide a definition of this model and provide specific examples to. The Silver Tsunami is on shore; older adults are among the most prevalent consumers of health care resources.
While older adults represent a widely heterogeneous group, a common experience is the interpersonal and intrapersonal changes (often losses) in virtually every facet we can imagine.
The biopsychosocial approach assumes that disorders are influenced by genetic factors, The learning perspective views anxiety disorders as a product of fear conditioning, stimulus gener-alization, reinforcement of fearful behaviors, and observational learning of others’ fear.
Bolt 8/e . The goal of this course is to provide students with core concepts used in direct social work practice with client systems.
An ecological/systems perspective of person-in-environment is used to anchor generic concepts for a range of practice situations. 5 Chapter 2 Theoretical Basis for Family Violence Maren E.
Hyde-Nolan, PhD Tracy Juliao, PhD INTRODUCTION A number of different psychological theories address the causes of family vi-.