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By Ewan Ingleby
Not only one other psychology textbook, this booklet combines useful social paintings along sound educational research. disguise; name; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; creation; 1 Introducing social staff to psychology; 2 Psychology and verbal exchange; three Attitudes and ideology; four Psychology and psychological disease; five baby psychology; 6 Psychology and previous age; end; solutions to self-assessment questions; References; Index
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Parent to child) could be answered with I don’t need you to tell me what to do! (also parent to child). The central point in Berne’s argument is that we have to analyse our communication and make our transactions ‘adult to adult’ if we are to maximise our skills of interpersonal interaction. Within social work, when many encounters with serviceusers can be characterised with emotion, it is important to ensure as much as possible that our communication is appropriate. It may not always be possible to have ‘adult-toadult’ transactions within social work interaction.
It can be argued that whereas showing awareness of the importance of positive NVC is demonstrating assertiveness, ‘putting on an act’ and communicating in an insincere way is likely to have as negative a consequence as being unaware of NVC altogether. Most of us have met people who appear to be ‘naturals’ in particular contexts. There are academic, teaching, parental, sporting, dancing and social ‘naturals’. There are also social work ‘naturals’ and it can be proposed that this natural quality is always apparent within those individuals who are able to use NVC effectively.
This refers to the image or impression that we want to communicate to others. For example, the way in which we dress can say much about what we value in the world. If we value traditional interpretations of discipline and punctuality we may dress in a particular way in order to communicate this value. Likewise, if we do not value discipline and punctuality we may choose to express this value judgement through the clothes we choose to wear. In a professional context this can have a significant impact upon the extent to which a service-user feels confident in our professional ability and/or is at ease with the professional relationship.