Monday, January 20, 2020
Short Video.... Tips for New Graduates on the 3 Human Needs
It's the beginning of 2020 and I remember how difficult it was to adjust to my first year of clinical practice. There were a lot of things to learn, many late hours, and we were often faced with many uncertainties. New graduates will find that the first year of their working career quite challenging, and there will be many, many readjustments in order to keep our physical, mental, and social health in good shape. I with my brother Tom(Dentist), a collaboration with HealthProXchange, explore here the 3 human needs and how these are important for new graduates to be aware and try to fulfil them. The 3 human needs are: 1 Need for stability, security, safety and control 2 Need for connection as we are all social beings 3 Need for growth, newness and variety Like water for trees, if one or more needs are not met, stress will be the likely outcome. If a tree gets sunlight, nutrients and water, it will be more likely to thrive.
Reference: 1 Maslow hierarchy of needs 2 Rogerian Psychology 3 Humanistic Psychology Consider joining our closed Facebook Forum via links on our website healthproxchange.com.au