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Being aware of oneself and of the patient and being able to control what one communicates

Therapeutic Use of Self

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What are the stages of the Therapeutic Relationship?

1) Rapport development
2) Working-relationship development
3) Maintenance of working-relationship

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Gathering information from the patient and the patient will learn about the therapist. Engage with the patient and collaborate

Rapport-building stage

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is built by choosing the therapy goals and tasks carefully and collaboratively. The therapist needs to learn how to develop a method of responding to successes and failures of the patient

Working relationship

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Consists of hard work and is the longest in the relationship. There will be ups and downs, frustrating moments, but it is best to continue to share and use humor and other strategies to meet goals

Ongoing working relationship

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is the ability to understand how the other person feels

Empathy

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is alertness of the patient’s needs and awareness if your effect on him or her.

Sensitivity

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Recognize that the individual is unique with personal interests and values that may be quite different from those of the OTA

Respect

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is the sense of friendliness, interest, and enthusiasm the therapist conveys.

Warmth

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is the ability to be oneself openly

Genuineness

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is the art of stating things simply, directly and concretely, focusing on what is relevant

Specificity

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is the practice of giving feedback right after the event to which it relates.

Immediacy

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occurs when one person, usually the patient, unconsciously relates to the other, usually the therapist, as if that person were someone else, usually an important person in the patients life

Transference

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occurs when the other person, usually the therapist, unconsciously falls into that role

Countertransference

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A trusting connection and rapport established between the therapist and client through collaboration, communication, therapist empathy, and mutual respect

Therapeutic relationship (21st cent def)