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re-read your journal entries and highlight the text in four different colors

When you have completed the three days, re-read your journal entries and highlight the text in four different colors, one each for:

• positive-emotion words;

• negative-emotion words;

• insight words and phrase;

• causal words and phrases. Now check:

• whether positive-emotion or negative-emotion words dominate your text;

• how many insight/causal words occur;

• whether or not the number of positive-emotion and insight/causal words and phrases increases, decreases, or stays the same

review your physical/mental state and re-rate it from one to 10, noticing what has changed.

Finally, review your physical/mental state and re-rate it from one to 10, noticing what has changed. Skill-Set Two

1. Think back to your most recent clinical session, if necessary look through your notes or appointment schedules. For any three of these, identify any themes contained within their stories.

2. Now consider a recent less-than-satisfactory clinical encounter with a client/patient: a. Approximately how long did he speak before you interrupted? b. Did you attempt to ascertain the meaning they had ascribed to their particular situation?

3. Repeat Step 2 above for the next three less-than-ideal clinical encounters you come across. Keep a note for later review.

Begin by practicing self-anchoring.

Anchoring is the core skill of effective NLP. We urge practitioners to become as proficient as possible in the technique, not just to link positive states to external triggers, but because, as we will illustrate in subsequent chapters, anchoring is a fundamental principle involved in virtually all Medical NLP techniques—including ones you develop yourself. Begin by practicing self-anchoring. The process involves accessing and amplifying a strong desired state, and then linking it to a specific physical trigger (e.g. touching finger to thumb, or pressing on a knuckle). Break state, test and repeat, until you can re-enter the state at will. Give some consideration to the quality of the state. Identify the submodalities involved, and then intensify them. Extend your skills to creating kinesthetic anchors with others. Guide and….

experiment with anchoring this subjective experience of coherence, remembering that the effect will be deepened with regular practice

Relax into the feeling, while maintaining the ratio of small inbreath to longer out-breath for a few minutes. If your mind wanders, simply return to the practice when your awareness returns. You can adopt this exercise as a daily meditation, say 15 minutes twice a day (the optimal time, we find), or you can simply practice a few breaths at any time you feel the need to ‘re-connect’ or ground yourself…or, better yet, both. You can also do this ‘on the fly’, without interrupting whatever you’re doing to sit down and close your eyes. Simply put your attention where the palm of your hand was resting, then follow the instructions above, from 2 onwards. Those practitioners familiar with the core NLP technique of anchoring (discussed elsewhere in this….

Anchor any and all signs of comfort, optimism, relaxation— anything, in fact, that might prove useful later (as an anesthesiologist

Anchor any and all signs of comfort, optimism, relaxation— anything, in fact, that might prove useful later (as an anesthesiologist, Dr. Hasan is in an ideal position to make use of any anchors he has set when the time comes for him to administer the anesthetic. At the same time, he establishes himself as an anchor through his voice, actions, demeanor, so that simply coming into his presence will fire the anchor and create an appropriate ‘state’ for his patient…another example of what Michael Balint meant by ‘the doctor as drug’. 304

write a formal academic essay. The essay will require an introduction, body, conclusion and reference list. All in-text citations must have a corresponding entry in the reference list.

You are required to write a formal academic essay. The essay will require an introduction, body, conclusion and reference list. All in-text citations must have a corresponding entry in the reference list. You are required to use APA (6. or 7. ed.) referencing for your essay, citing evidence in your essay and constructing your reference list. Due date: 22/9/2020 By 5pm AEST Weighting: 30% Length and/or format: 1,500 words v/- 10% Purpose: The aim of this essay is to enable students to demonstrate an understanding of and ability to apply the Transtheoretical Model of Change (Stages of Change Model) within an evidence-based framework. In addition to this, students will identify components of Motivational Interviewing which could be utilised to assist with enabling a patient to change their health….

Identify one particular application in Information Technology in which student is interested.

Student will be exploring one Mathematical Topic and its uses in Information Technology. Students are to write a report on their findings. Student can choose one from the following Topic. However, after deciding on the topic to work on, student must meet his/her respective tutor to know which topic was chosen and to get some guidance. The problems your group can choose from are: • Number System • Control Structure algorithm • Truth table • Quantifying a Predicate • One-to-one Function • Recursive formula • Two’s complement The written report must have the following sections: 1. Introduction 2. Proper reference of at least three articles or books 3. Write detail review of those articles or books related to the topic student chooses 4. Identify one particular application in….