Human growth and development 2

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This course provides training and CEUs for addicitons counselors and LPCs working in Addictions, Mental Health and Co-Occurring Disorders will help counselors, social workers, marriage and family therapists, alcohol and drug counselors and addictions professionals get continuing education and certification training to aid them in providing services guided by best practices. AllCEUs is approved by the california Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC), NAADAC, the Association for Addictions Professionals, the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling Board of Georgia (ADACB-GA), the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) and most states.

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Human growth and development 2

  1. 1. Human Growth & Development II 10 Hours<br />Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Ph.D., LMHC, CRC, NCC<br />Executive Director, AllCEUs.com<br />
  2. 2. Identify the basic components of temperament <br />Discover how temperament can be related to stress, anxiety, depression and addiction <br />Discuss how temperament impacts treatment planning <br />List several key points to be considered regarding treatment planning for persons with differing temperaments. <br />Learner Objectives<br />
  3. 3. It is strongly recommended that you read the following texts which can be purchased online or (usually) offered through inter-library loan. <br />“Please Understand Me” by Keirsey<br />“Effective Teaching, Effective Learning” by Alice Fairhurst<br />Find a library near you with the book: http://www.worldcat.org/<br />Additional Texts<br />
  4. 4. Temperament<br />Describes how people prefer things to “be”<br />Is based along a continuum of difference, not good or bad<br />http://keirsey.com/4temps/champion.asp<br />
  5. 5. Temperament cont.<br />EXTRAVERSION (E)<br />INTROVERSION (I)<br />Are expansive and less passionate<br />Are generally easy to get to know<br />Like meeting new people, have many friends<br />Would rather figure things out while they are talking<br />Often enjoy background noise such as TV or radio<br />Know what is going on around them rather than inside them<br />Often do not mind interruptions<br />May think that those preferring introversion are standoff -ish<br />Are often considered good talkers<br />Are intense and passionate<br />Are generally more difficult to get to know<br />Have to exert effort to meet new people<br />Have only a few close friends<br />Would rather figure things out before they talk<br />Prefer peace and quiet<br />Are more likely to know what is going on inside them than what is going on around them<br />Dislike being interrupted<br />May think that extraverted people are shallow<br />Are often good listeners<br />
  6. 6. Temperament cont.<br />Extravert in Treatment<br />Introvert in Treatment<br />Generally easy to get to know (No tooth pulling here)<br />Like meeting new people, have many friends (Good support network, but may not get too close to any one person i.e. a sponsor)<br />Would rather figure things out while they are talking (Do best in talk therapy)<br />Know what is going on around them rather than inside them<br />Are often considered good talkers (but maybe not such good listeners making it easy to deflect and throw focus)<br />More difficult to get to know. (May need time to warm up. Do better in individuals or closed groups)<br />Have only a few close friends (May limit support system. May thrive in small home groups and with sponsor)<br />Would rather figure things out before they talk (Need periods of silence. May do well with reflective assignments/journaling)<br />Are more likely to know what is going on inside them than what is going on around them.<br />Are often good listeners<br />
  7. 7. Temperament cont.<br />SENSING (S)<br />INTUITIVE (N)<br />Are imaginative dreamers<br />Prefer abstraction, inspiration and insights<br />Are often initiate or, inventors, promoters, and restless in general<br />Like to live in the world of possibilities<br />Would rather think then do<br />Focus on abstract problems<br />See the big picture but may not notice the details<br />Love word games<br />May think that those preferring the practical lack vision<br />Believe anything can be improved<br />Focus on the future and possibilities<br />Are practical and realistic<br />Prefer facts, live in the real world<br />Seek enjoyment and experience<br />Are often pleasure lovers and consumers<br />Content in general<br />Would rather do than think<br />Focus on practical, concrete problems<br />See the details and may ignore the big picture<br />Want specifics and tend to be very literal<br />May think that those preferring intuition are impractical<br />Believe “if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it”<br />
  8. 8. Temperament cont.<br />Sensor in treatment<br />Intuitive in treatment<br />Are practical and realistic (Can miss the beauty and fantasy)<br />Details<br />Content in general<br />Would rather do than think<br />Want specifics and tend to be very literal<br />Believe “if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it”<br />Are imaginative dreamers (Can miss the practical)<br />Broad strokes<br />Are restless in general<br />Would rather think than do<br />Love word games<br />Believe anything can be improved<br />Focus on the future and possibilities (instead of the here and now)<br />
  9. 9. Temperament cont.<br />THINKING (T)<br />FEELING (F)<br />Like words such as principles, policy, firmness, justice<br />Respond to people’s thoughts<br />Want to apply objective principles<br />Want to do what works<br />Will usually be truthful<br />Are analytical and logical and can assess logical consequences<br />Believe in justice more than mercy<br />See things as true/false<br />May think that those who are sentimental or prefer feelings take things too personally<br />May argue both sides of an issue for mental stimulation<br />Like words such as care, compassion, mercy, intimacy<br />Respond to people’s values<br />Want to apply values and ethics from multiple perspectives<br />Value sentiment above objectivity<br />Are people oriented<br />Are good at assessing the human impact<br />Believe it is more important to be caring/merciful<br />See things as good/bad <br />Think that those preferring objectivity are insensitive<br />Prefer a to agree with those around them<br />
  10. 10. Temperament cont.<br />Thinker in Treatment<br />Feeler in Treatment<br />Like words such as principles, policy, firmness (can miss compassion, intimacy)<br />Respond to people’s thoughts (miss the feelings)<br />Want to apply objective principles (life is not always black and white)<br />Want to do what works<br />Can assess logical consequences<br />Assess reality through a true/false lens<br />May think that those who are sentimental or prefer feelings take things too personally<br />Like words such as care, compassion, mercy, intimacy, harmony, devotion<br />Respond to people’s values/feelings <br />Want to apply values and ethics from multiple perspectives (can get overwhelmed)<br />Want to do what is right<br />Assessing the human impact<br />Assess reality through a good/bad lens<br />Prefer a to agree with those around them<br />
  11. 11. Temperament cont.<br />JUDGING (J)<br />PERCEVING (P)<br />Plan ahead<br />Are self disciplined and purposeful<br />Like things finished and settled and thrive on order<br />Get things done early. Plan ahead & work steadily.<br />Define and work within limits<br />Maybe hasty in making decisions<br />Time and deadline oriented<br />Thinks those preferring spontaneity are too unpredictable<br />May not appreciate or make use of things which are not planned or expected<br />Adapt as they go<br />Are flexible and tolerant<br />Prefer multiple options<br />Thrive on spontaneity<br />Get things done at the last minute depending on energy burst<br />May fail to make decisions<br />Procrastinate<br />Think that those who are not spontaneous are too rigid<br />Are quite adept at handling unplanned events, but may not make affective choices among the possibilities<br />
  12. 12. Temperament cont. <br />Judger in Treatment<br />Perceiver in Treatment<br />Plan ahead<br />Are self disciplined and purposeful<br />Thrive on order<br />Get things done early. Plan ahead & work steadily.<br />Define and work within limits<br />Want closure<br />Maybe hasty<br />Time and deadline oriented<br />Dislike surprises<br />May not appreciate things which are not planned or expected<br />Adapt as they go<br />Are flexible and tolerant<br />Thrive on spontaneity<br />Get things done at the last minute depending on energy burst<br />Want more information<br />May fail to make decisions<br />Procrastinate<br />Love surprises<br />Are quite adept at handling unplanned events, but may not make affective choices among the possibilities<br />
  13. 13. Components to learning<br />Cognition: how people acquire knowledge (seeing, hearing or doing)<br />Conceptualization: how people process information (abstract, specific)<br />Affective: people’s motivation, decision-making styles, values (how much does this information matter)<br />Learning styles can be conceptualized as<br />Auditory/hearing, visual/seeing, or kinesthetic/doing. <br />Active or Reflective<br />Learning Styles<br />
  14. 14. Make it matter, or at least relate it to something you care about<br />Rehearse and review<br />Focus<br />Tips for All Learners<br />
  15. 15. Reflective Learners<br />Reflective learners prefer to “Think it through first”<br />Reflective learners, prefer working alone. <br />Reflective learners do well to review their notes after class<br />Active Learners<br />Sitting through lectures without getting to do anything is particularly hard for active learners. <br />Active learners tend to like group work <br />Explain the material or do problem solving activities<br />If you always act before reflecting you can jump into things prematurely and get into trouble, while if you spend too much time reflecting you may never get anything done.<br />Tips for active and Reflective learners<br />
  16. 16. Auditory, Kinesthetic and Visual<br />
  17. 17. People retain information better when presented in the way in which they learn<br />Everyone has a temperament and there are ups and downs to each<br />Recognizing the potential weaknesses or blind spots in each temperament dimension can help people <br />Sustain behavior change<br />Reduce stress, anxiety, depression<br />Summary<br />

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