By World Health Organization
The most objective of this sensible guide is to reinforce counselling and verbal exchange talents of expert attendants (SAs) and different well-being prone, supporting them to successfully consult with ladies, households and groups the most important matters surrounding being pregnant, childbirth, postpartum, postnatal and post-abortion care. Counselling for Maternal and baby overall healthiness Care is split into 3 major sections. half 1 is an creation which describes the goals and ambitions and the overall format of the guide. half 2 describes the counselling technique and descriptions the six key steps to potent counselling. It explores the counselling context and elements that impact this context together with the socio-economic, gender, and cultural setting. a chain of guiding rules is brought and particular counselling abilities are defined. half three makes a speciality of diversified maternal and infant overall healthiness subject matters, together with common care in the house while pregnant; delivery and emergency making plans; risk indicators in being pregnant; post-abortion care; aid in the course of hard work; postnatal care of the mum and child; relations making plans counselling; breastfeeding; ladies with HIV/AIDS; loss of life and bereavement; girls and violence; linking with the community.Each consultation comprises particular goals and targets, sincerely outlining the abilities that might be built and corresponding studying results. functional actions were designed to inspire mirrored image, galvanize discussions, construct abilities and make sure the neighborhood relevance of knowledge. there's a overview on the finish of every consultation to make sure the SAs have understood the main issues ahead of they growth to next classes.
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This is where the principles of self-reﬂection, and empathy and respect come in. You need to be aware of how your own attitudes, values and beliefs (which are shaped by the cultural, socioeconomic and gender context that you live in) affect the way you think. Even if you disagree with one of the couple, you must maintain your respect for that person’s point of view. It is not your role to support either the man or the woman in the argument. It may be important to include her husband/partner in the counselling process.
They may also need support and advice about disclosing their status. Session 14 covers many of these issues affecting women with HIV. 26 | Counselling for MNH Counselling What did I learn? A Handbook for Building Skills | 27 Part 2: Counselling COUNSELLING SKILLS SESSION 3 Session 3 What is in this session? This section of the Handbook brieﬂy describes the key skills that are needed for counselling in MNH: s two-way communication s forming an alliance s active listening s open questioning s providing information s facilitation.
The end of this session you should be able to: Describe the key skills of counselling for maternal and newborn health Outline the elements of each of these skills Make a plan of how to put these skills into practice. Two-way communication Good communication is central to good counselling. Many of the principles of counselling that you looked at in the last session are actually part of a foundation for good communication. Similarly if you refer back to the diagram in Session 2 you will see under counselling skills that active listening, open questioning, providing information and facilitation are all elements of effective communication.