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Guidance in perspective presentation
Guidance in perspective presentation
Guidance in perspective presentation
Guidance in perspective presentation
Guidance in perspective presentation
Guidance in perspective presentation
Guidance in perspective presentation
Guidance in perspective presentation
Guidance in perspective presentation
Guidance in perspective presentation
Guidance in perspective presentation
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  • 1. Reported by: Ms. Katherine Barnachea RN
  • 2. Definition of Guidance “”To give light to those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, and to guide us into the path of peace” Luke1:79 Drawing the passage from the “Book of books ” is the best way to illustrate what guidance is and how it works on an individual.
  • 3. Guidance is the way toshed light to a troubledperson it means extendassistance to help himfind peace.
  • 4. MANSocial beingBorn with people and lives withthemHe naturally relates with themHe in turn knowingly andunknowingly influences themThus he is shaped and conditionedby the group he is in. At home,school among his circle of friendsand practically wherever he goes,man is confronted occasionallywith conflicts.Man likes to find out what hereally wants, what he really needsto understand better.
  • 5. AIMS AND PURPOSE OF GUIDANCE The Fundamental purpose of guidance is to develop in each individual up to the limit of his capacity, the ability to solve his own problems and to make his own adjustments.
  • 6. Guidance aims at aiding therecipient to grow in hisindependence and ability tobe responsible for himself.
  • 7. IMPORTANCE AND FUNCTIONS OF GUIDANCE: Provide ASSISTANCE to an individual Provides SELF –KNOWLEDGE Provides SELF-DIRECTION.
  • 8. APPLICATION OF GUIDANCEExperiences of the individual himself and thatof others may be very helpful in makingchoices, but they may also lead to choices thatare unwise and harmful.In order to make experiences valuable, theindividual must learn to analyze the pastexperiences to see whether the previousproblem is like the present one and whetherthe solution arrived at before was a good oneor whether a better one can be found.
  • 9. It is a service that is universal ---- not confined to school or thefamily. It is found in all phasesof life in the home, business andindustry, in the government, insocial life, hospitals and prisonsindeed it is present whereverthere are people who can help.
  • 10. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF GUIDANCEGuidance is based on a true concept of theclient. One can only understand his clientby taking time talking to him, listening tohim and consequently understanding hisneeds. Knowing and accepting his true selfis the key to learning more about him.
  • 11. Guidance is designed to provide assistance to aperson in crisis in solving it through self-discovery and self-direction. It facilitates theclient to assess for himself what confronts himand eventually to come up with his owndecision to resolve the conflict.
  • 12. Guidance is learning process.Whenever a change in one’sbehavior is seen or affected, there islearning and guidance. Both purportto attain a change in the learner.
  • 13. Guidance is helping the client understandhimself. A person needs someone to help him seehimself, understand what make him react to suchsituation including how and why he acted as such.This is the essence of guidance, assisting a clientto really know his good as well as his bad points.
  • 14. Guidance leads one to makeintelligent choices, move on to awise decision or adjust to anysituation at hand.

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