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Remediation for Professional Behaviors. Explanation of Difficulties. Students may have trouble with interpersonal communication They may unknowingly convey aggression, helplessness, intolerance, or stubbornness.

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explanation of difficulties
Explanation of Difficulties
  • Students may have trouble with interpersonal communication
  • They may unknowingly convey aggression, helplessness,

intolerance, or stubbornness

ways to improve professional behaviors
Ways to Improve Professional Behaviors
  • Make students aware of issues and help them make efforts to change by dealing with stresses
  • Record observations of students’ attitudes, inappropriate behaviors, and communication
  • Meet with students in private spaces about these behaviors
  • Be supportive, yet firm; offer help
  • If students need professional counseling, contact Lisa Tekell, UTHSC Academic Fieldwork Coordinator
    • (901) 448-8072

activities for improving professional behaviors
Activities for Improving Professional Behaviors
  • Ask students to:
    • Read FISH by Stephen Lundin;

ISBN 0-7868-6602-0-51995

    • Write list of professional behaviors (not skills) expected from therapists and choose areas in which they need to improve; identify resources and strategies
    • Read articles on stress management and implement some strategies
    • Make one-page lists of positive affirmations and post in visible areas

activities for improving professional behaviors1
Activities for Improving Professional Behaviors
  • Ask students to:
    • Make lists of outcomes if students become more positive versus if they retain old attitudes; place stars next to desirable outcomes. Ask students to reflect upon Who Moved My Cheese and their current attitudes.
    • List professional behaviors they admire in specific role models; describe difficult incidents these people handled well.
    • Write reflections of observations of role models with positive attitudes.
    • Describe typical behaviors of students who take responsibility for their own learning; list what actions are taken to demonstrate positive attitudes. Underline actions they demonstrate; place stars next to those upon which they need to improve.

activities for improving professional behaviors2
Activities for Improving Professional Behaviors
  • Ask students to:
    • Write personal, measurable objectives that identify changes they want to make and include timelines and necessary resources for accomplishment; track progress.
    • List feedback they have received from supervisors, therapists, patients, peers, and family during past few weeks on two-column sheet with positive and negative; examine sheets and draw conclusions about needs for change.
    • Keep feedback logs and review weekly to determine progression.
    • Keep journals to express themselves and their responses to different situations.

constructive criticism
Constructive Criticism
  • If students have difficulty accepting feedback, they probably go into defense mechanisms (denial, regression, rationalization, etc.)
  • Constructive criticisms help identify needed changes
  • Ask students to listen intently to givers of constructive criticisms and thank them
  • Ask students to check with others about their opinions and make every effort to learn from criticisms