30 листопада 2022 р.
30 листопада 2022 р.
Topic: using the basic Ph integrative model in consulting.
Speaker: psychologist Pavlina Tatyana Vladimirovna.
The Integrative multidimensional basic Ph model is a tool that helps you find resources for everyone, provides knowledge about the value of resources, and, as a result, contributes to the development of sustainability.
Israeli psychologist Mooli Lahad (Mooli Lahad) came to the conclusion that usually overcome stress and crisis help in (belief and values) - faith (beliefs), A (affect and emotions) - feelings, S (sociability) - socialization (support for family, group, Friends), I (imagination and creativity) - imagination, C (cognition and thought) – thinking (cognition, thoughts), Ph (physiological activity) - physical (body, exercise). Everyone uses these resources, but often using one or two resources actively, they do not take into account the rest. A simple and small test will help you find out which resources are the leading ones for you, and which ones you use less. The test is published in the textbook fundamentals of Rehabilitation Psychology: overcoming the consequences of a crisis, Volume 2 (link below). Questions from the test can be used for counseling, in the process of which you can help clients identify their leading strategies for coping with stress and strategies that are not used or are not used enough.
To develop resilience, it is important to be aware of your strengths and strategies, as well as to develop passive ones. For example, if it is important for you to accurately assess the situation by collecting as much information as possible, you like to always act according to a well-tested plan, often train yourself, engage in self-discipline, and it is important for you to have a realistic scenario for the future, then this may indicate a developed cognitive way to overcome stress. Often, those who are well versed in a rational assessment of the situation forget about their emotions. So, if you know about this side of yourself, then maybe it's time to think about how to master a new strategy and improve your skills to share thoughts and worries with those around you, remember a hobby that fills you with pleasant emotions, sometimes give yourself the freedom to cry, talk about your sadness and openly ask for the care and emotional support of loved ones.
The Muli Lahad model opens up opportunities for us to see a variety of sources where we can draw strength and inspiration to cope with difficulties, and also shows us many opportunities to strengthen ourselves and our loved ones. There are enough resources for recovery, there are enough of them for everyone, and they are available.
So, never give up and try to improve your well-being by turning to faith, to beliefs that support you, for example, "I will cope" "I will be able to get a job (complete a task)" it.and., look for those statements that inspire you. Do not be afraid of your feelings, they are different, but there are no bad or good emotions, emotions are friends who help you understand how you are now: what you don't like causes dissatisfaction, and what you like causes joy. Listen to yourself and state your feelings (at least to yourself). Share your feelings and thoughts with friends (relatives), strangers, and colleagues. The level of distance with others is determined by you, but there is no reason to be closed. Communicate, make friends, make friends, sympathize, express your feelings and show people your boundaries – all this is an integral part of high-quality communication. Fantasize! Are you in an unpleasant situation? Imagine what you want instead of what you have, how to fix what happened or reduce the negative consequences. Not enough information? Think about it, find information, consult with those who have been in such a situation, analyze what is available, and come up with solutions. The body also collects information and in order to" reboot " it is worth walking, doing physical exercises, attending a massage, swimming, moving in the way that is available to you.
Good luck to you!
Lahad, M., Shacham, M., Ayalon, O. (2013) The "BASIC PH" Model of Coping and Resiliency -Theory, Research and Cross-Cultural Application. London: Jessica
Fundamentals of Rehabilitation Psychology: overcoming the consequences of the crisis. Volume 2, publisher Organization for Security and co-operation in Europe https://www.osce.org/uk/project-coordinator-in-ukraine/430829