Where Do Values Originate How Do They Develop

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´╗┐Where Do Values Originate? How Do They Develop? Start Not conceived with qualities. They are found out through socialization. Socializers include: Family, Peers, School, Religion, Government, & Media Develop Values Programming Analysis Early Years (engraving) Middle Years (demonstrating) Teen Years (socialization & peer group) Societal Influences (decade hypothesis) (not on test)

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Altering Influences of Our Values Major Life Change Mental Unrest Changes in Wants Evaluating Your Values Characteristics of Healthy Values Owned Realistic Behaviors that advance constructive results Life Enhancing

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How are Values Transmitted Moralizing Direct, albeit once in a while unobtrusive transmission of the grown-up's qualities to youngsters Laissez-faire Opposite method for esteem transmission than lecturing. In free enterprise the youngster is left to find values without initiative or direction.

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Recommendations for Values Development Set a Positive Example Do as I say not as I do yields a kid who will do only that, say a certain something yet do another. Energize the Values You Think are Important Positive Reinforcement Teach and Guide Allow Experience to Be a Teacher Encourage Thinking for Oneself Instill a Value of Self Emphasize Universally Acceptable Values

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Characteristics of Overall Health Trim and Physically Fit Full of Energy Free of Minor Complaints (acid reflux, cerebral pains, stoppage, a sleeping disorder, et.) Alert and Able to Concentrate Radiant with Clear Skin Active and Creative Able to Relax Easily, Free of Worry, and Anxiety Free of Destructive Health Habits Fulfilled and At Peace Satisfied with Your Sexual Relationships Able to Assert Yourself and Stand Up for Your Rights Think Critically About a Variety of Topics

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Just Checking in With Self Based on Assignment 1a, you ought to have a superior thought of your self-idea and the way in which other's see you. With this input you have a few choices to make. Do you accept what they have let you know? Would you like to change anything about you? What are they?

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True or Real Self versus Ideal Self What do we do when the "Genuine Self" and the "Perfect Self" are not the same Cognitive Dissonance: A condition of strain that happens when a man all the while holds two comprehensions that are mentally conflicting, or when a man's conviction is conflicting with his or her conduct. Preventiveness: The Enemy

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Steps for Achieving Goals Consider and Assess Goals for Change Is the objective mine? Is the objective as per my qualities? Is the objective a need of mine? Is the objective sensible? Is the objective particular? What are my thought processes? Compose the Goal Determine Specific Action Steps Pinpoint Take Action The more you hold up the more improbable you will act. Reassess the Goal and Repeat Steps

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Physical Health Benefits of Physical Activity Nutrition Weight Maintenance Diet, Cardio, Weight Training Adequate Rest Stress Management (see next slide)

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Mental Health: Stress Management Stress - the bodies experience of an apparent request to conform. General Adaptation Syndrome (Hans Selye)

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Stress Management (cont) Distress v. Eustress (both are burdening) Sources of Stress External and Internal Coping with Stress Deep Relaxation and Breathing Cognitive Change (see

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Mental Health: Valuing Yourself Self-Esteem - the esteem that we put on ourselves. Worldwide general self-assessment Sources of Self-Esteem Social Interaction (reflections & discernment) Social Information (input from others) Social Comparison (family, peers & culture) Self-Observation How much would it be a good idea for us to depend on others? Self?

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Mental Health: Valuing Yourself Effects of Higher Levels of Self-Esteem Improved Academic Performance Emotions and Behavior (dejection & tranquilize utilize) Improved Relationships (Closeness) Improved Career Success The impacts of low self-regard are the opposite of the rundown above.

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Mental Health: Valuing Yourself Self-Esteem Building and Strengthening Heal Psychological Pain Choose Healthy Conscious Living Set Priorities Concentrate on Strengths Affirmations (positive proclamations about self) Evaluate Sources Change Thoughts

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Theory of Change I: Thought Changing Change Negative Thought Patterns Cognitive Theory Event-Thought-Emotion-Action (cycle) Punctuate Thought Thoughts get to be programmed Negative considerations generated negative feelings Change Your Thoughts Cognitive Restructuring - thought changing Tune into Self Talk or Metacognition - your contemplations Irrational Beliefs - nonsensical and misrepresented musings

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Thought Changing Change Negative Thought Patterns (cont) Albert Ellis Identify unreasonable thought Determine reality of the idea and related actualities Restructure thought Just in light of the fact that ____ doesn't mean End with an assertion Thought Stopping - An intellectual strategy in which you rationally say "quit thinking along these lines" or simply "stop"

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Theory of Change II. Behaviorism (B.F. Skinner): A way to deal with brain science that accentuates the investigation of noticeable conduct and the part of the earth as a determinant of conduct. Operant Conditioning: The procedure by which a reaction turns out to will probably happen or less thus, contingent upon its outcomes. Reinforcer: A boost or occasion that fortifies or builds the likelihood of the reaction it takes after. Punisher: A boost or occasion that debilitates or declines the likelihood of the reaction it takes after. In the event that you hold on in an undesirable conduct your self-regard won't increment. Settle on shrewd choices.

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