Internship Narrative Review with the supervisor the required activities: My supervisor and I had documentation of the required activities in regards to my relation with them.
Review with the supervisor the required activities. My supervisor and I discussed how I completed all the relevant activities for the months of August and September and reviewed any issues.
Meet weekly with your supervisor for supervision. My supervisor and I set a weekly schedule for meetings with the understanding that if I need to, I can reach out and speak to her even outside of our appointment time, which I have done.
Prepare a PowerPoint presentation: at this time, I currently completing this activity.
Supervisor orients student to the agency: I attended a staff meeting where all relevant introductions were made and all backgrounds of team members were explained, with everyone making me feel like an important and relevant part of the team.
Observe agency counselors to identify the characteristics of effective counselors and The characteristics of less effective counselors: I was able to engage in many anger management groups along with counseling sessions, which was completely enlightening through the counseling sessions, offering me a valuable learning experience.
6. Participate in staffing: I discussed all of these experiences with my supervisor while engaging in monthly staff meetings while 34 team members talk about immediate and long-term needs.
7. Review agency data on services provided to clients of minority and low SES background: I was impressed to discover the way in which demographics data is traced for every client in a cohesive spreadsheet which allows clear comprehension regarding the population which has been served.
8. Learn the agency record keeping system: I learned the very specific system that Catholic charities have of record-keeping and the momentum to establish a paperless system. This seemed very impractical and counter-intuitive, but was what the organization had wanted to establish to begin with.
9. Read the agency mission statement and discuss it with the supervisor: their mission statement was very straightforward which discussed serving the community despite race, ...
11. Meet weekly with supervisor: my supervisor and I met regularly in order to effectively track my progress and make sure that I was focused and on task.
12. Conduct a case study of one or more clients; particularly clients whose clinical progress is less than satisfactory: Engaging in this process meant that I had to take a long look at the socio-cultural, familial, and community climate along with other factors and to discuss them with my supervisor.
13. Observe the language and cultural diversity of the agency personnel: Once I made these observations, I compared their language and cultural diversity with those served by the agency, while discussing these findings with my supervisor.
14. Become knowledgeable about the cultural and ethnic groups served by the agency: once I understood what these cultural and ethnic groups were, I sought to discover what the cultural, ethnic and class barriers were.
15. Identify cultural, ethnic and class issues evident in the community: these cultural, ethnic and class issues appeared to multifaceted when I went out into the community to determine what they were -- something I accomplished through talking to people.
16. Design and implement or participate in a prevention effort to deal with a concern(s) you have identified: the prevention effort I designed revolved around education of community members and working hard to help them engage in ultimate self-empowerment.
17.Learn about legislation and budget constraints that impact the services provided by the agency: many of the legislation and budget constraints that…
Review with the supervisor the required activities: My supervisor and I had documentation of the required activities in regards to my relation with them.
Internship Narrative: I have had the pleasure to work undergo a counseling internship at Catholic Charities, a mental health counseling agency. The internship has been quite helpful in my process to become a counselor through the educational, challenging, and rewarding practicum experience I obtained from the agency. During this period, I was assigned some tasks that were relatively new in my learning experience and provided significant challenges at first. However, the
other values Moral character, that is, having courage, being persistent, dismissing distractions and so on in pursuit of the goal. These are attempts to define ethics by describing actions, and fairly specific constellations of actions at that. Frederich Paulson, a 19th century philosopher of ethics, defined ethics as a science of moral duty (1899). Almost 100 years later, Swenson also used the concept of study in defining ethics, saying that it included
Market Orientation of Medical Diagnostic Units Dissertation for Master of Health Administration i. Introduction ii. Objectives iii. Description iv Administrative Internship v. Scope and Approach vi. Growth vii. Methodology viii. Hypothesis ix. Survey Questionnaire x. Research Design xi. Observation and Data Presentation xii. Test provided xiii. Analysis of findings Marketability of Patient Satisfaction Importance of Employee Satisfaction xiv. Conclusions and Recommendations xv. Bibliography xvi. Notes xvii. Appendices Market Orientation of Medical Diagnostic Units
More importantly, our appreciative and participatory stance with our co-researchers has allowed us to witness and learn about the cutting edge of leadership work in such a way that is and feels qualitatively different from other research traditions we have used in the past, because it is built on valuing. Even though it is challenging at times (Ospina et al. 2002), our inquiry space is enhanced by our collaboration