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DESCRIPTIONPerson-Centered Thinking. “ We cannot look at the future as a continuation of the past…The things that got you where you are, are seldom the things that keep you there.” — Charles Handy, British business philosopher. Mental Model. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Person-Centered ThinkingWe cannot look at the future as a continuation of the pastThe things that got you where you are, are seldom the things that keep you there. Charles Handy, British business philosopher
Mental Modelour deeply held internal images about how the world works. SengeCome from:our family of origin,culture of origin, religious or secular ethical backgrounds, meaning we've made out of our life experiences.Deeply rooted assumptionsParadigmsOur view of reality the lens we use to make sense of the world.self-reinforcing mental model. O'Connor & McDermottI have beliefs about the world.I unconsciously seek out data that supports those beliefs.I unconsciously ignore/reject data that does not support those beliefs.The data I accept reinforces my beliefs about the world.
The real act of discovery consists not in finding new lands but in seeing with new eyes. Marcel ProustDo you see a mans face?
Do you see a mans face?
Looking down or climbing up?
What do you see?
We dont see things as they are, we see things as we are. - CiceroThe Words We UseAdvocateHelpServiceCaregivingOptions InstitutionHomeIndependenceFacilityNursing Home
How do you know?Getting to the Heart of ItAs a group read through your scenario and discuss the situationAnswer these questions:What is your first thought? What comes to your mind? What emotions are you feeling?What paradigms are shaping your thoughts?What actions would you take?Where is the person-centeredness?How do the additional facts affect your opinion/actions?What else did you want to know?