A presentation at Heritage University at CBC Week 11 in
October 2019 in
Pasco, WA 99301, USA by
Location: CBC Campus - SWL 206Time: Wednesday from 5:30-8:15Week 11: 10/28/19 — 11/03/19Reading Assignment: N/ATopic and Content Area: Lab Day - PlanningAssignments Due: N/AOther Important Information: N/A
Video clip from Sherlock Homes - Fight Scene.
We might not be fighting with our clients, but we do have to be able to do some planning (different type than this chapter) in how we will approach situations, especially crisis situations.
Taken from http://www.instructables.com/id/Mathemagic/
[Whole Class Activity] Do the think of any number activity:
I want you to to think of a number, any number. I will warn you that picking complicated numbers (decimals, fractions) will yield complicated math problems.
The number you are thinking of now is 5
While that is isn’t mind reading or directly a thinking distortion… it can be easy to jump to conclusions or be difficult to realize why something is the way that it is.
The most common types of distortions and negative thinking patterns conceptualized by Beck (1976) have been summarized in the literature (Cormier, Nurius, & Osborn, 2009; Leahy & Holland, 2000; Walsh, 2006) and are as follows:
[Whole Class Activity] Discuss each of the thinking errors, what they mean and possible examples of them. Can also look at what the opposite is that you would be trying to encourage in clients.
[Small Group Activity] Share with a partner about some of the thinking distortions that are present in the media and then some that you have to some degree or the opposite of those.
curriculum from social thinking
Grohol, J. M. (2018, Oct 29) 10 proven methods for fixing cognitive distortions. Retrieved from https://psychcentral.com/lib/fixing-cognitive-distortions/
Use worksheet: Law & Order, Psychology Edition: Fixing Your Thoughts
[Small Group Activity] Individually complete the worksheet putting your thoughts on trail for a time you remember using a thinking distortion. Share with a partner after after.
Burns, D. (2014, Sept 5) Feeling good. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/H1T5uMeYv9Q — Posted by TEDx Talks
Watch the talk. About 17 minutes from medical doctor, Dr. Burns, the author of feeling good. About his journey of deciding to use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques.
We talked last week about SMART goals, we can use another acronym for thinking about objectives: RUMBA
We can think about a specific formula for creating objectives. It would look like the following:
It can be difficult sometimes to be able to see the difference between a goal and an objective. Here is an example:
Goal in Client Voice: “I want to get my GED?”
Treatment Goal: Jane will be able to organize her thoughts and apply her skills to be able to apply for and take her GED.
Objective 1: Jane will sign up for the GED by the end of December.
[Whole Class Activity] Give some examples of client voiced goals, come up with possible specific goals and specific objectives for each one.
[Whole Class Activity] Have class think about their goals for their class while they are in the BASW program.
Create a goal, objectives, and action steps
Working with a diverse set of clients dictates being organized.
[Discussion] How do you keep yourself organized?
David Allen discusses a Buddhist idea of mind like water. How it is calm and tranquil until it is called into action, for example throwing a stone into the water.
FRUIT NINJA IN REAL LIFE! (ft. Jade Chynoweth) // ScottDW retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lji0cYBVOQU
Lets talk about about what this looks like.
Always been a lists person, story about school and outlook, system is in process….
Allen describes five phases of project planning.
Allen talks about having to focus on all the horizons of our life…
Story about my vision statement
Runway: Current actions
10,000 ft: Current projects
20,000 ft: Areas of responsibility
30,000 ft: One-to two-year goals
40,000 ft: Three- to five-year visions
50,000+ ft: Life
He talks about the being able to create workflow. We will talk abut each of these.
He talks about that we have to be able to capture all of the tasks and demands that come up. A system that gets everything.
Going through everything and organizing it
The following is a flowchart showing how to conceptualize the process.
Stuff —> “Is it actionable?”
No —> trash, someday/maybe/reference
Determine next action —> Projects and plans
Will it take less than 2 minutes —> Do it
No —> Delegate / defer it
Allen describes ideas related to
[Whole Class Activity] Discuss what each topic is.
Context, Action Step, and Project.
He describers four criteria for determining what to do.
Four-Criteria Model for Choosing Actions
The Threefold Model for Evaluating Daily Work
OmniFocus (task management) (Things, 2Do, TaskPaper)
David Allen - Getting Things Done
Merlin Man - Back to Work
View Week 11 - Lab Day - Planning in Generalist Practice.
A dive into more on planning. Agenda is