Ipc lesson plan 13 social support

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  • 1. Agenda
    Last time – Intimacy
    Today – Social Support
    Presenting – AJ
    Pass out papers
    Next – Relational Maintenance (Ch 9.1)
    Presenting - Samantha
  • 2. Social Support
    CNA 210
    Interpersonal Communication
  • 3. Empathy
  • 4. Empathy
    Emotion or Action?
    What are the advantages to feeling empathy?
    Improved relationships
    Higher job and school performance
    Popularity
    What are the disadvantages to feeling empathy?
    Uncomfortable
    Out-of-sync solutions
  • 5. Social Support
  • 6. “He was a jerk, why are you flipping out about him? Let me set you up with Floyd.”
    “It must be difficult. I know you two were really close.”
    Person- Centered
    Position- Centered
    “I know you are sad, but there are plenty of fish in the sea.”
    Support Messages
  • 7. Invisible Support
  • 8. Types of Support
    Visible ~ Recipient inefficacy
    “I can tell you need some help. I think you should call a department meeting”
    Visible ~ Recipient Efficacy
    “Obviously you don’t need my help. But, if I had to say anything, I would say call a department meeting.”
  • 9. Types of Support
    Invisible ~ Recipient efficacy (Self-depreciating)
    “Do you think you are going to call a department meeting? I am not sure what I would do?”
    Invisible ~ Recipient and self-efficacy
    “Clearly you know what to do. If it were me, I know I would just call a department meeting.”
  • 10. What do you think?
    Which do you think causes most distress?
    Visible – Recipient inefficacy
    Visible – Recipient efficacy
    Invisible – Recipient efficacy, self depreciating
    Invisible – Recipient and Self efficacy
    Doing nothing
  • 11. What do you think?
    Which do you think was seen as most supportive?
    Visible – Recipient inefficacy
    Visible – Recipient efficacy
    Invisible – Recipient efficacy, self depreciating
    Invisible – Recipient and Self efficacy
    Doing nothing
  • 12. In Pairs
    Your best friend is trying to study for an exam in a class you aced last semester. He is getting incredibly frustrated and at one point, he throws the book across the room.
    How do you offer him support?
  • 13. In Pairs
    After a hard day work, you come home and hear your spouse complaining about work. You remember reading about a similar problem in one of your textbooks from college and you remember what the authors suggested.
    How do you offer your spouse social support?
  • 14. In Pairs
    Your classmate just enteredthe break room full of tears. You heard earlier that day that her fiancé had been caught sleeping with someone else. She sits next to you but does not say anything to you.
    How do you offer her social support?
  • 15. In Pairs
    You just completed a 20 page history paper, printed it, and placed it on the table. Your 4-year-old nephew comes in from outside covered in mud. He grabs your paper and gets mud all over it. In a panic you yell at him to put the paper down. He looks up at you and begins crying.
    How do you offer him support?
  • 16. Review
    Is Empathy an emotion or an action?
    What are the advantages as disadvantages to feeling empathy?
    Is Social support an emotion or an action?
    What are the two ends of the support messages continuum?
    What type of support causes the most distress?
    What type of support is seen as the most supportive?
  • 17. A.J. Presents…