Strengthening the Mid-section
Professional relationship between supervisor & counselor
About the Book
It is about self-development in the way of leadership qualities that make a lasting impression. However, transactional leadership give the individual an understanding of what needs to be changed, transformactional allows us to examine and evaluate and transformational brings the work to the surface! This concept of empowering everyone to be a leader is consistent with the notion of encouragement in Rehabilitation Counseling as it correlates to supporting individuals with disabilities to become self-governing. All Rehabilitation Counselors must begin to view themselves as leaders in the profession, and more importantly, leaders who can transform the profession.
About the Author
Dr. Nash has been in this field since 2007. However, his knowledge and wisdom about caring stem from childhood. He sent most of his career in transportation where he learned the diversity of leadership and what it takes to make employees learn as they work. This short philosophy of leadership stuck with him throughout his career until retirement. But even after retirement Dr. Nash felt that there has to be more to do in the field of mental health because his youngest son was diagnosed with ADHD and given medications. Dr. Nash being the curious about how things work decided to work with his youngest son and began to teach him how to play chess. After a month or two, his attention span changed, he began to have more patience dealing with certain situations like avoiding altercations in school and getting along with his siblings which we all know can be trying at times. But this gave Dr. Nash the idea that if people were shown things outside the box it may in the long run benefit those who have lost hope and are reaching out for help.