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  1. Person-Centered Thinking

  2. “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

  3. Mental Model •  “…our deeply held internal images about how the world works.“ – Senge • Come from: • our family of origin, • culture of origin, • religious or secular ethical backgrounds, • meaning we've made out of our life experiences.  • Deeply rooted assumptions

  4. Paradigms •  Our view of reality – the lens we use to make sense of the world. • “self-reinforcing mental model.“ –O'Connor & McDermott • I 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.

  5. “The real act of discovery consists not in finding new lands but in seeing with new eyes.” — Marcel Proust

  6. Do you see a man’s face?

  7. Do you see a man’s face?

  8. Looking down or climbing up?

  9. What do you see?

  10. Moving?

  11. “We don’t see things as they are, we see things as we are.” - Cicero

  12. The Words We Use… • Advocate • Help • Service • Caregiving • Options • Institution • Home • Independence • Facility • Nursing Home

  13. How do you know?

  14. Getting to the Heart of It • As a group read through your scenario and discuss the situation • Answer 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?