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Blanns Self Care Action Plan Final


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Blanns Self Care Action Plan Final

  1. 1. Nova Southeastern University CARD 6618 Velma Blann, Ph. D. (s). November 25, 2013 SELF CARE ACTION PLAN DR. TORAN HANSEN
  2. 2. Introduction  It is very important to understand human organization. To develop and expand ideas to contribute to community affairs. It is important as a “Reflective Practitioner” to understand the program offered in reflection practices. The presentation highlights change of battered women. The action plan intends to interpret a ratio of women which choose career development versus women who return to domestic violence.
  3. 3. Self-Care Action Plan  Overview: Blanns’ Women’s Resource Center  About (BWRC)  Services  Qualifications & Requirements/Screening  Goal (assessment, educational training, self-defense, nursery & certificate)  Staff & Schedules  Weekends BWRC Closed (residents can visit family, friends; children)  Emergencies (protocol for women & children outside BWRC)  Security  Risk Management (fire and casualty, AED equipment, insurance, etc.)  Sunday Worship/Transportation (outside BWRC) Curfew hours 4:00pm  Copyright October 2012
  4. 4. Life as a Practitioner Blann Women’s Resource Center (BWRC) i. Assess patterns of dangerousness experienced to end violence against women ii. Encourage and strengthen women to become independent iii. Goals (Quality lifestyles and transitional housing 30- day program)  BWRC, Copyright 2012
  5. 5. Assess Your Own Other-Care Care vs. Self Care Balance Ideas, inventories and charts (agreements) - Structure a 30 day transitional resource center - Analyze women progress and document problems, conflicts, and/or improvement - Visit women’s center twice weekly for report updates - Meetings with security to recommend changes - Meet with staff; and faculty to discuss exit interviews (30 day transition) - Retrieve recipients 30 day survey of improvement  BRWC, Copyright 2012
  6. 6. Elements of Job Stress  High Control  BWRC, Management Teams; Security and Women Cooperativeness  Staff/Faculty: Participation with other women  Effective Training and general operation of BWRC  Submission of Reports and documents  Measurement of practitioner; therapist views (PSTD, transitional procedures, police reports, restraining orders, Agreements (following procedures, progression of women’s improvement areas  Low Control  Termination Women leaving program early (e. g. transportation to shelter and appointments to meet family members)  court dates with spouses, children assessment
  7. 7. Women's’ Questionnaire  Demand (transition or return to spouse/boyfriend)  Control (autonomy)  Social support (family, victim’s treatment program, legal aid, security) restraining order forms,  Frequently asked questions (FAQ’s)  What are your job demands?  What are your strengths vs. weaknesses? (self-control)  Who supports you in the workplace? (e. g. supervisor, lead, colleagues)  Scoring ( High vs. Low) (Self-care action plan, p. 251)
  8. 8. Assessment  Other-Care –Self-Care Balance  Professional Self-Care  Personal Self-Care  Review Positive Strategies 1. Emotional, Financial and Humorous 2. Loving, Nutritious, Physical and Playful 3. Priority-setting, Recreational, Relaxation 4. Stress-reduction, Solitary, Spiritual or Religious 5. Practitioners & Psychologists’ positive strategies (Self-Care Action Plan, p. 255)
  9. 9. Conclusion  Future prospects for the women’s resource center aim towards consulting conflict, therapy, nursery, and security measures to correct conflict inside and outside of organizational practices. Human organization provides direction in self-care prior to other self care to balance society.
  10. 10. References • Bright, B. (1996). Reflecting on “reflecting practice.” Studies in the Education of Adults, 28 (2), 162-184. • DuFour, R., and Eaker, R. (1998). Profession learning communities at work • Schon, D. A. (1983). The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals think in Action. USA: Basic Books • Skovholt, T. M. and Trotter-Mathison, M. (2011). The Resilent Practitioner: Burnout Prevention and Self-Care Strategies for Counselors, Therapists, Teachers, and Health Professionals. New York: Routledge • Thompson, S. and Thompson, N. (2008). The Critically Reflective Practitioner. New York: Palgrave Macmillan • York-Barr, J. Ghere, W. A., Montie. J. K. (2006) (Eds). Reflective Practice to Improve Schools: an Action Guide for Educators. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.