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Family Life Education

Jul 22, 2019 | 0 comments

Jul 22, 2019 | Essays | 0 comments

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Family Life Education

Family life educators play an important role in strengthening the relationship among family members. They enrich the quality of life by providing the skills and knowledge needed to live an effective life. Moreover, they help members to live a healthy life and thus realize their potential. Besides, they offer knowledge about human development, interrelationships, and physiological aspects of human sexuality. As a family life educator working with the Baton Rouge Children’s Advocacy Centre, I have been involved in numerous coordinated child-focused services in the aftermath of sexual or physical abuse. This paper presents one of the abuse cases that was recently reported involving a student and a teacher. Prelude to the discussion, it is important to mention that the names of the characters and scenes of actions featured in this case are fictitious.

Amanda is a student at Moi Avenue private secondary school. She is 17 years old and currently in form three. She is the third born in their family that lives in Texas, the U.S. Recently, she was sexually harassed by her mathematics teacher, Mr. Bredan. The shameful actions transpired during the summer holiday when Mr. Bredan invited her to his home with the promise of giving her learning materials. Feeling depressed and traumatized, Amanda visited the Baton Rouge Children’s Advocacy Centre where she reported the case. Recognizing this, the organization launched an investigation into the matter. During the time of disclosure, I offered therapeutic counseling to her in an endeavor to help her heal the scars.

Markedly, there are four pertinent relationships in this case. First, there is the parent-daughter relationship. Second, there is the teacher-student relationship. Third, there is the student-student relationship. Finally, there is the student-community relationship.

The primary care relationship that needs to be addressed in this case is that of the teacher-student. Noteworthy, this kind of relationship is founded on core values such as respect, honesty, and trust. All three virtues should be exercised in both ways. For instance, students should respect teachers and vice-versa.

Regarding the educator’s important relationships, the principles that apply in this case include;

  1. To strive to understand families as complex, interactive systems where parents have the primary responsibility as educators, nurturers, and limit-setters for their children.
  2. To help parents and other breast cancer. Ann has been a staunch Christian since childhood just like the rest of her family members recognize their strengths and work with them to set goals for themselves, their children, and others.
  3. To communicate respectfully and clearly with all quality of life. Arthur should be educated during the discussion with the doctor and also his family members
  4. To communicate openly and truthfully about the nature and extent of services provided
  5. To support healthy interpersonal relationships among all family members
  6. To treat children and youth with respect and sensitivity to their needs and rights as developing persons.
  7. To provide environments that are respectful of children and youth and sensitive to their developmental and individual needs.
  8. To support the right of all children and youth to have access to quality education, health, and community resources.

From the above principles, the ones that I feel will be critical in guiding ethical behaviors are 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, and 8. The most relevant principles, in this case, are 2, 4, 6, and 8. I consider them to be most relevant since they form the basis of offering therapeutic care to the sexually abused character.

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