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Interpersonal Recording Week two

Interpersonal Recording Week two

ENVIRONMENT: Home Child’s age: 4 Years

Therapist/NP Student

Verbatim

Hello Brian,

Today we will talk about you and what you like to do. Can you tell me what you love doing?

I was very shocked that he could remember all the way to last week. I believe it was the toy that made him.

Do you always feel like going to the toilet on your own?

I felt as if he believed he would achieve what he wanted

Child States Verbatim

Brian looked at me and said, “I like to play with mommy and my car and robot friend. It looks like the one you gave me.”

“No, I will just place them like this. They will not fall again.”

He was not ready to leave what he was doing just yet; he believed that he should be satisfied with stacking the blocks first before he would move to do something else

Analysis of Interaction and Theoretical

Support

During this week, I was focusing on the theory that was stated by Sigmund Freud concerning child development. In his theory, he believed that the way parents deal with the basic sexual and aggressive desires would determine the way in which their personalities develop as well as whether they will grow up to be well-adjusted adults. In this week, I went and checked how Brian was playing and the person whom he used to play alongside.

Nonverbal behaviors of Child & Nurse

Therapist

The boy, Brian, is an excellent child who I believe will be very intelligent when he grows up.

He showed great confidence when talking with me, seems like he did not even fear me the way other children do.

He also showed a lot of determination to what he was doing

Reflective thoughts &

Feelings of Nurse

Therapist

Brian demonstrated fine motor and adaptive in this session.

He played with blocks and he was capable of arranging them and he showed resilience because when they fell, he was determined to try and arrange them again.

He was also able to say both his name and remembers the previous session.

Therapist/NP Student

Verbatim

eventually. Then I asked him if he was already tried to play, if he needed to go back inside

Child States

Verbatim

Analysis of Interaction and Theoretical

Support

I realized that he liked his mother more. According to Freud theory, he believed that children were most likely to be more interested to the parents of the opposite sex. He showed them more love and interest. Brian was inseparable with his mother; for some time, I thought it was because of the fact that his father was always at work, but this case was seen even when he was around, according to his mother.

Nonverbal behaviors of Child & Nurse

Therapist

Reflective thoughts &

Feelings of Nurse

Therapist

Therapist/NP Student

Verbatim

Child States Verbatim Analysis of Interaction and Theoretical

Support

‘’ As babies attempt and fail to get all their whims met, they develop a more realistic appreciation of what is realistic and possible, which Freud called the “Ego”.” From this line, we then find out why Brian did not want to leave the stacks or be helped by anyone; because he felt the “ego” that propelled him to want to finish what he started.

Nonverbal behaviors of Child & Nurse

Therapist

Reflective thoughts &

Feelings of Nurse

Therapist

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