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Reflection of life in the light of dreams patients in the treatment of addiction issues
Zumrová, Barbora ; Líbalová, Ivana (advisor) ; Chrz, Vladimír (referee)
The thesis is dedicated to investigating the context of patients' waking and dreaming lives in the treatment of addiction issues. The aim of the work is to affect the experiences of dream content in patients in the treatment of addiction issues and to reveal their possible intermingling with participants' life stories. The aim is also to promote sensitivity to understanding these connections in clinical and therapeutic work with addiction issues. Attention is paid to presenting the addiction issue and simultaneously using approaches to its treatment. Furthermore, theories and approaches to dreaming with an emphasis on the Jungian approach to dream analysis from which the work is drawn. The empirical part works with narrative analysis and its categories, including thinking about Life Topics, Portrayal of Negotiations, Narrative Structures, Values and Beliefs, Position Layout, Reflection and Viewpoint, or Discursive Context in the context of the participants' dreaming and waking experiences. The research sample was made up of patients of section 35 - AT male, Bohnice Psychiatric Hospital, who were offered to participate in the realized research. The data was obtained through dream journals commissioned by the probands, narrative interviews over journal entries and objective anamnestic data, obtained...
Spectrum of Psychotherapy from the perspective of Ken Wilber' s' Integral Theory
Rosendorfová, Johana ; Chrz, Vladimír (advisor) ; Tylš Adámková, Jana (referee)
In this theoretical thesis, I will first present my own condensation of the development of Ken Wilber's integral (structural-hierarchical) theory of the development of consciousness. In the second part, I compare Wilber's theory with psychodynamic theory, from which Wilber originally came. The main figure of comparison here will be Michael Washburn's concept of transpersonal development, which is anchored in a neo-Jungian approach. The comparison shows that one of the main distinguishing features of transpersonal theories is the topic of pre/trans fallacy and the location of the U-turn, i.e. the approach to the nature of the process of regression in personality development. In the last key part, I reflect on the possibilities of connecting the integral theory with psychotherapy and show that it is a theory that allows us to think systematically about psychological issues and psychotherapy directions. When analyzing the levels of consciousness of the integral theory, it turns out that the transitions between individual levels are points of a possible crisis of self. Psychotherapy can offer support and guidance, which can be specifically focused on the pitfalls in a given fulcrum. KEYWORDS integral theory, pre/trans fallacy, regression, development of consciousness, transpersonal psychology, psychotherapy
Experience of peer workers in the field of mental health care
Mikula, Martin ; Chrz, Vladimír (advisor) ; Hrabec, Ondřej (referee)
The aim of our thesis is to describe and gain the best possible understanding of the experience of peer consultants in the field of mental health care. Additionally, it involves identifying essential phenomena that may arise during their mentioned experiences and carry stimuli suitable for further analysis. For these reasons, we chose a qualitative approach in conducting our research. Specifically, we opted for Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis, which allows for a detailed focus on the form of experience of individual respondents and its nuances. The respondents consisted of three adult women and two adult men aged between 26 and 56. Each of them is employed as a peer consultant in either health or social services. We gathered data through semi- structured interviews, analyzing it on two levels. Firstly, we outlined and analyzed the experience of each respondent and its specific details. Secondly, we conducted an analysis of the themes that were common among the respondents, yet held analytical potential in relation to the studied phenomenon. These themes include lived experience with SMI (Serious Mental Illness), initiation and initial difficulties, changes in relationships, new coping strategies, and transformations in identity or social roles.In the final chapter, we compared the results...
Value orientation and Moral Responsibility in Corporate Education of the Fire Rescue Service of the Czech Republic
Drahovzalová, Dominika ; Smetáčková, Irena (advisor) ; Chrz, Vladimír (referee) ; Hoskovcová, Simona (referee)
Currently, Corporate education does not only have to be used to transfer know-how, but also to develop the required values and moral principles that help employees to better navigate and succeed in the organizational culture. For the Fire Brigade of the Czech Republic, this coexistence with the internal culture and values of the organisation is essential because it is required of employees and officers not only internally but also by legislative regulations. It is fundamentally linked to the purpose of the service: to protect the lives and health of people, the environment, animals and property from fires and other emergencies and crises. This research paper provides insight into the internal education of the Fire Rescue Service of the Czech Republic and the value setting of the firefighter organizational culture. It aims to map how the value orientation and moral responsibility of officers and employees develop or change and whether these changes are related to the internal education received. In order to achieve this goal, exploratory research was conducted on 231 respondents from among firefighters and students divided according to their completed professional education, who answered a set of self-assessment scales, dilemma situations and questions mapping their moral-value orientations. Beyond...
Abstinence among young adults
Dočkalová, Barbora ; Krejčí, Josef (advisor) ; Chrz, Vladimír (referee)
Based on current research and yearly reports of consumption of addictive substances where the Czech Republic repeatedly ends up at the top of the rankings while also having fewer people who abstain from addictive substances in comparison to European standards, we've decided to understand more about the experience of people who abstain. So far the research wasn't too focused on the people who abstain from addictive substances therefore the aim of this work is to get a holistic perspective of their lives. A group of young adults who have been abstaining from addictive substances for some time and therefore can reflect on their experiences have been selected as participants in the study. Fifteen different experiences with abstinence have been collected through semi-structured interviews. The first phase of data analysis (Analysis I) reviews and compares the responses, and in the second phase (Analysis II) we've worked with the central category that is common among the interviews. Psychological resilience has been established as a strong common basis among all respondents which represents a supportive factor against conformity to a society that has different patterns of consumption of addictive substances than respondents. In the final section of the thesis, we've suggested a dynamic model of factors...
A younger sibling's experience of an older sibling's drug addiction
Růžičková, Johana ; Kucharská, Anna (advisor) ; Chrz, Vladimír (referee) ; Hricová, Alena (referee)
This dissertation explores a younger sibling's experience of an older sibling's drug addiction. The aim of the study was to capture the lived experience of living alongside a brother/sister who regularly uses addictive substances. The research section is based on in-depth interviews with nine participants, which were analysed using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. As a result, the analyses of the individual interviews provide a detailed description of the development of the relationship before, during and after the addiction, the benefits and costs that this relationship brought and brings to the participants, their perspective on the crisis and light moments of the relationship, their reflection of the family situation and the role played by parents. The way to learn about the meanings that participants attribute to their experience is to focus on their feelings. In the final analysis, common or significant themes are identified, including 1. Ambivalence, 2. Love, 3. Fear, 4. Taking responsibility - having to grow up early, 5. Sadness, compassion and helplessness, 6. Doubts about whether I have done enough, remorse, 7. Lack of attention from parents, and 8. Privation of the possibility of being myself. The study may serve to develop understanding about an often neglected group of siblings.

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