The Intuitive Practitioner

This volume investigates, both conceptually and empirically, the role of intuition in professional practice and its significance for professional development, especially within the world of education.

The Intuitive Practitioner

Author: Terry Atkinson

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group

ISBN:

Page: 278

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This volume investigates, both conceptually and empirically, the role of intuition in professional practice and its significance for professional development, especially within the world of education. The relationship between rationale or explicit ways of knowing and learning and inarticulate, intuitive or implicit ones is explored in the context of professional practice and development. The tendency to interpret reflection solely in terms of articulation is questioned and the value of other forms of reflection is reasserted. The working relationship between reason and intuition is illustrated in a variety of case studies in distinctive educational and professional settings. From this reassessment of intuition, practical lessons for the initial training and continuing professional development of educators and others are highlighted and extracted.

Becoming a Reflective Practitioner

Dreyfus and Dreyfus (1986) note that for the expert practitioner, clinical
judgement is largely intuitive, learnt through holistic pattern appreciation and past
experiences. For this reason, models and theories of reflection have limited value
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Becoming a Reflective Practitioner

Author: Christopher Johns

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 111868723X

Page: 360

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From Reviews of the second edition: 'Christopher Johns is an internationally recognised pioneer ofreflective practice in nursing and health care. The first editionof this book was an excellent resource and this updated version isequally impressive. This is a superb resource for nurses and allthose eager to enhance their knowledge and skills in reflectivepractice. It is well presented, user-friendly andstimulating.' Nursing Standard Becoming a Reflective Practitioner is a practical guide tousing reflection in every day clinical practice. It explores thevalue of using models of reflection, with particular reference toChristopher Johns' own model for structured reflection. Becoming a Reflective Practitioner includes accounts ofeveryday practice to guide the reader through the stages ofreflective practice within the context of care, 'desirablepractice', and the caring relationship. This third edition reflectssignificant developments in reflective theory and gives greaterattention to different approaches to reflection including the useof narrative dialogue. New chapters are included on ensuringquality and managing conflict. Exemplars are included throughoutand further references and reflected reading are included at theend of each chapter. Reflective practice is acknowledged as an effective approach todeveloping nursing care which evolves as the practitioner developshis or her own practice. This book will therefore be of interest toall nurses involved in developing their clinical practice. A practical guide to developing reflective practice Reflects significant developments in reflectivetheory Examines Christopher Johns’ own model for structuredreflection Centred on care and the caring relationship Challenges practitioners to question their practice

The Reflective Practitioner

It may also designate reflection-in-action on intuitive knowing, as in Quist's
designing or the Supervisor's interpreting. In both of these senses, artistry is
describable. When practitioners reflect-in-action, they describe their own intuitive
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The Reflective Practitioner

Author: Donald A. Schön

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351883151

Page: 384

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A leading M.I.T. social scientist and consultant examines five professions - engineering, architecture, management, psychotherapy, and town planning - to show how professionals really go about solving problems. The best professionals, Donald Schön maintains, know more than they can put into words. To meet the challenges of their work, they rely less on formulas learned in graduate school than on the kind of improvisation learned in practice. This unarticulated, largely unexamined process is the subject of Schön's provocatively original book, an effort to show precisely how 'reflection-in-action' works and how this vital creativity might be fostered in future professionals.

Learning and Development for Managers

L&D practitioner intuition is a process in which they efficiently code, sort and
access experientially conceived mental models for use in making decisions (
Burke and Sadler-Smith 2006). Intuitive practitioners have cognitive schemas or
mental ...

Learning and Development for Managers

Author: Eugene Sadler-Smith

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1405146850

Page: 488

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This text describes, analyses and synthesises a wide range ofcontemporary issues from research and practice in the field ofindividual and collective workplace learning and development. Enables students and managers of learning and development(L&D) to understand the theory and practice of L&D inorganizations. Explores the concept of learning from a variety of perspectivesthrough the use of examples of research and practice from all overthe world. Takes a broad view of learning as encompassing both explicitand implicit and individual and collective learningprocesses. Argues that the practice of L&D should be based upon arigorous theoretical and empirical base. Each chapter uses synopses of research studies and case studiesfrom businesses to illustrate the most important theories, conceptsand models. Lists of key concepts, knowledge outcomes, ‘perspectivesfrom practice’, ‘perspectives from research’,discussion points (for individual or class use), and conceptchecklists to benefit both students and teachers. Is illustrated throughout with diagrams, tables and‘L&D facts and figures’.

Research Methods in Clinical Psychology

An Introduction for Students and Practitioners Chris Barker, Nancy Pistrang,
Robert Elliott ... There are several models of how practitioners might produce or
consume research : • The intuitive practitioner , who conducts clinical work on the
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Research Methods in Clinical Psychology

Author: Chris Barker

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN:

Page: 284

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RESEARCH METHODS IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY is a reader-friendly introduction to doing, and thinking about, research for clinical psychologists. This systematic guide takes students and practitioners through the basic steps of a research project, from start to finish. It is an invaluable tool for those who want to conduct their own research, or simply want a better understanding of published research. Chris Barker, Nancy Pistrang and Robert Elliott provide a balanced account of both qualitative and quantitative methods within a framework of methodological pluralism -fitting the method to the research question. This new edition presents many new methods that have developed over the last decade, alongside the more traditional approaches. With a wealth of features to aid teaching and learning, such as: Chapter outlines Case examples Chapter summaries Annotated further reading Web based extra material for instructors and students. This fully revised textbook is essential for new students, as well as more experienced practitioners wishing to update their knowledge and stay abreast of developments.

The Art of Psychic Reiki

From master Reiki teacher Lisa Campion comes The Art of Psychic Reiki, a one-of-a-kind, step-by-step guide for learning the sacred art of Reiki while cultivating the psychic and intuitive skills crucial to this healing energy work.

The Art of Psychic Reiki

Author: Lisa Campion

Publisher: New Harbinger Publications

ISBN: 1684031230

Page: 240

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From master Reiki teacher Lisa Campion comes The Art of Psychic Reiki, a one-of-a-kind, step-by-step guide for learning the sacred art of Reiki while cultivating the psychic and intuitive skills crucial to this healing energy work. Reiki is a gentle yet powerful, hands-on energy healing method from Japan that’s been gaining in popularity over the last century—not only with bodyworkers and massage therapists in the West but also with medical professionals who can attest to its healing power. Born from the author’s decades of experience with Reiki healing and her own methods, The Art of Psychic Reiki provides everything you need to know about this healing art, including the critical psychic development and empathy training that prepares healers to go out and do the work they were meant to do. If you’re drawn to the healing art of Reiki, you might be a highly sensitive person, with high levels of empathy, intuition, and latent psychic abilities (a combination of intuition and inner knowing, plus the ability to connect with higher wisdom). And since Reiki is a form of energy healing, many new practitioners may experience what’s called a psychic opening as they learn or practice. For this reason, it’s important that every Reiki practitioner master the ability to navigate their empathic and psychic sensitivities while engaged in this work—and this book can help. Whether you’re new to Reiki or you’re a practitioner seeking to deepen your knowledge and enhance your skills, with this guide you’ll learn how to use Reiki to heal yourself and others, cultivate and trust your natural intuition, develop your empathic and psychic abilities, work with your spirit guides, and ground and protect yourself as a practitioner of this sacred healing art.

Famous Wisconsin Mystics

Famous Wisconsin Mystics gathers over two dozen astrologers, Tarot readers, palmists, psychics, and spiritual healers for discussions on such topics as how they developed their abilities, how messages come to them, how they deal with ...

Famous Wisconsin Mystics

Author: Hannah Heidi Levy

Publisher: Badger Books Inc.

ISBN: 9781878569912

Page: 331

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Famous Wisconsin Mystics gathers over two dozen astrologers, Tarot readers, palmists, psychics, and spiritual healers for discussions on such topics as how they developed their abilities, how messages come to them, how they deal with skeptics, the signifi

Chemical Engineering Progress

At this point , the intuitive practitioner would immediately explore the possibilities
of improving motor efficiency and the economic and practical limits of that
subsystem . In so doing , he or she would develop the same data on capital cost
as a ...

Chemical Engineering Progress

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Intuitive Reiki for Our Times

She concludes with a series of interviews with well-known Reiki masters--including William Lee Rand, Mari Hall, and Jane Anne Narrin--in which these masters share stories of spiritual turning points in their lives and their experiences ...

Intuitive Reiki for Our Times

Author: Amy Z. Rowland

Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co

ISBN: 9781594770999

Page: 276

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Focusing on self-training, a certified Usui Reiki master presents a guide to developing and using intuitive skills during Reiki sessions to enhance the effectiveness of the treatment. Original.

Against and for CBT

In their excellent anthology The Intuitive Practitioner , we find Atkinson and
Claxton arguing that there is a great value in ' not always knowing what one is
doing ' , and that intuition is often the key to effective and successful
practitionership in ...

Against and for CBT

Author: Richard House

Publisher: Pccs Books

ISBN:

Page: 313

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Offers a wide range of critical perspectives on the rise of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) from around the world.

Southern Practitioner

We have neither absolute nor revealed truths to guide us , nor can we claim the
enlightenment of intuitive truths , such as carry conviction with them , and have
only to be stated to be accepted , such truths as " give sacredness to genius , "
and ...

Southern Practitioner

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The Options Edge

If you're interested in optimizing your portfolio, it's time to step out of your comfort zone and learn what you've been missing. This book gives you the background you need to take full advantage of options in this booming market.

The Options Edge

Author: Michael C. Khouw

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1119212413

Page: 360

View: 844

"The options market is the only growing market for broker/dealers. Currently the average daily volume of option trading is about 20 million contracts a day, which is akin to 2 billion shares, making the options market bigger than the equity market. Even with the growth, options are not well understood by the retail investor. This book will make people better investors even if they do not trade listed options by revealing how one can create hidden options at little or no cost as they structure their financial affairs to reduce risk and increase wealth"--

Pagan Portals Intuitive Magic Practice

A guide and companion on an individual journey to true self-empowerment through reclaiming the power of intuition, this book celebrates who you are, utilizes intuition, nature principles and elements and puts YOU and your magical practice ...

Pagan Portals   Intuitive Magic Practice

Author: Natalia Clarke

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 1789046165

Page: 120

View: 432

A guide and companion on an individual journey to true self-empowerment through reclaiming the power of intuition, this book celebrates who you are, utilizes intuition, nature principles and elements and puts YOU and your magical practice at the centre. Aimed at beginners, Pagan Portals - Intuitive Magic Practice is easy to follow and will help you discover techniques, methods and practices you can adapt for your own magical practice.

Dr Judith Orloff s Guide to Intuitive Healing

Seek out someone who blends intuitive and technical skills , implementing as
many of the following guidelines as possible . QUALITIES TO LOOK FOR IN A
HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER Notice if he or she : • Takes time to listen to you
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Dr  Judith Orloff s Guide to Intuitive Healing

Author: Judith Orloff

Publisher: Harmony

ISBN: 9780812930986

Page: 348

View: 502

The psychiatrist-author reveals how she has used intuition to help her heal a variety of problems and offers a program for readers to use their own intuitive intelligence to accomplish self-healing.

Becoming a Teacher

References Atkinson , T . and Claxton , G . ( eds ) ( 2000 ) The Intuitive
Practitioner . On the Value of Not Always Knowing What One is Doing .
Buckingham : Open University Press . Beynon , J . ( 1985 ) Initial Encounters in
the Secondary ...

Becoming a Teacher

Author: Justin Dillon

Publisher: Open University Press

ISBN:

Page: 297

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"This is a valuable book for the beginning teacher. It provides a sensible blend of practical and pragmatic chapters, alongside more philosophical and theoretical contributions" Education Review What are the key issues that affect classroom teachers? What can research tell us about schooling? What are the arguments for and against specific educational issues? The second edition of this highly successful text addresses these important educational questions. Written for the benefit of student teachers and teachers at the beginning of their careers, the book is designed to represent a coherent, challenging and thoughtful set of articles that will help readers to firm up their own ideas and give a factual basis for discussion and debate. New teachers need accessible, readable and accurate information about educational issues. They need pithy accounts of the research findings relating to particular issues and they need to be able to see how their ideas and feelings compare with those of other people. Some of them will want answers to their questions - others will be more interested in understanding why some questions are more important than others. The book is written in a user-friendly style - providing ideas, arguments and enough references to help those interested in following-up the issues. This second edition contains new chapters on school and teacher quality, inspection, literacy, citizenship, parents and schooling, and social justice whilst all other chapters have been thoroughly revised and updated.

Intuitive Parenting

With exercises, journaling prompts, and interwoven client stories, the book will resonate with parents, caretakers, teachers, therapists, and holistic health practitioners how to foster communication at the heart level.

Intuitive Parenting

Author: Debra Snyder

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781439163559

Page: 224

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What if you could slow down, tap in, and pay attention to the clues and cues your children are giving you? Intuitive Parenting is an easy-to-use guide for parents and caregivers interested in improving communication with the children in their lives. Your children’s hearts are speaking—do you know how to listen? Dr. Debra Snyder, an intuitive therapist and holistic practitioner shares her groundbreaking guide to energy communication and healing, showing readers how to enhance their communication with children via subtle energy systems. Unlike other books on spiritual parenting that focus solely on changing the child, Intuitive Parenting works just as much on the parent’s growth and entire family dynamic. With exercises, journaling prompts, and interwoven client stories, the book will resonate with parents, caretakers, teachers, therapists, and holistic health practitioners how to foster communication at the heart level.

Inside Intuition

This engaging overview of the academic theory of intuition and its cultural, psychological and philosophical background is essential reading for anyone interested in personal development and decision-making.

Inside Intuition

Author: Eugene Sadler-Smith

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0415414520

Page: 352

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This engaging overview of the academic theory of intuition and its cultural, psychological and philosophical background is essential reading for anyone interested in personal development and decision-making.

Reflective Practice in Educational Research

299 – 311 Eraut , M . ( 2000 ) “ The intuitive practitioner : a critical overview ' , in T
. Atkinson and G . Claxton ( eds ) The Intuitive Practitioner , Buckingham , Open
University Press , pp . 255 – 68 Evans , L . ( 1991 ) ' Teaching the national ...

Reflective Practice in Educational Research

Author: Linda Evans

Publisher: Burns & Oates

ISBN:

Page: 243

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Have you ever found that your initial research training--if indeed you received one--has proved not entirely adequate? Has you ever found research more complex or intractable than expected? If so, this book is for you. Drawing on examples from her own research and others, Linda Evans shows how, as reflective practioners, researchers as can develop more advanced methods and understandings.