Why You Should Get WordPress

Why We Endorse WordPress Themes

Looking around our portfolio essay, some get the impression that all we’re capable of is modifying WordPress themes to make them look individual, cutting-edge, and incredibly sophisticated.

We’re big advocates of WordPress for several good reasons. And most of those reasons are because they make for unbelievably satisfied clients. Take a look:

WordPress is low cost

Most static websites require a lot of labor to program and design. Since WordPress themes can be transformed and reshaped into any design you like, they save you money and translate into a much lower bottom line on your end.

You get all the gorgeous design and usability you’re looking for at a much lower cost.

WordPress puts you in the driver’s seat

When you want to make a change to a static website, chances are you’re going to need the help of your web developer. But what if all you wanted to do was change a phone number or add a page of copy for a new service?

With WordPress, it’s simple. You have full control of your site and can make your own changes on the fly without having to ask for anyone’s help or wait for them to have the time to help you.

As an added bonus – you won’t have to pay them for the labor. Pretty great.

WordPress does what you tell it to do

Trends change in the blink of an eye. What you loved last year may seem terribly outdated this year, and it may even be costing you clients.

With WordPress, you can change the design or upgrade your site with new features without having to change – and pay for changing – every single piece. WordPress has add-on features for every possible business need.

  • Looking to get more involved in social media marketing? Add a Twitter plugin.
  • Going to be selling a few things but don’t want to deal with complicated shopping carts? Add an ecommerce plugin.
  • Starting a business blog and want to direct traffic to your articles? Add a Digg, Reddit, or del.i.cious plugin.

The options are pretty much unlimited. Whatever you need your business to accomplish, a WordPress platform gives you all the tools you need to do it affordably and with no stress and hassle.

And that’s just the beginning of why we love WordPress.

We work exclusively with WordPress platforms because it’s the perfect framework for our clients’ needs. We’ve been working with WordPress for years, and we know how to get your site to look and behave exactly the way you need it to.

Gorgeous design, incredible usability, and a chameleon-like ability to change with your company’s brand and needs… WordPress has it all. Including our enthusiasm.

Effective Telephone Intervention

The effective skills in effective telephone intervention include self-awareness, non-judgemental, non-reactive, and high tolerance. Self-awareness is a significant skill needed in effective telephone intervention as the individual can empathize with the client without becoming emotional or personally involved when subjects with individual meanings surfaces (Hartke and Rosemarie 69). The other skill is being non-judgmental as clients on telephone notice when one becomes judgemental hence keeping quiet and leaving no room to offer assistance. Ideally, one should listen without casting judgments hence offering the client(s) support and an empathetic ear in a safe environment. An effective telephone intervention is nonreactive to the client’s outbursts and threats; he/she remains calm and completely offering the client support (Hartke, and Rosemarie 71). Another significant skill is being highly tolerant to the inevitable dramatic chaos and situations encountered regularly. These skills are important as they help an individual to get the required information from the client. This helps in providing the best services to the client hence leaving him delighted with the telephone services offered.

            The law enforcement officers face numerous challenges when responding to crises involving mentally ill people. In modern policing, the law enforcers encounter mentally ill citizens in persons in need of care, victims, complainants, missing persons, disorderly persons, and criminal offenders. Some of the challenges the law enforcers face include lack of skills to identify if the mentally ill person is dangerous or not. Mentally ill people are more violent to the law enforcers than the general public. They may end up being harmed by the mentally ill individuals while protecting the public and ensuring law and order is maintained. It is also difficult to determine which behaviour is related to mental health. It is also difficult for a law enforcement officer to take command and control the situation involving a mentally ill person.

            Some of the advantages of online crisis intervention include its suitability to remote areas, convenience and affordability, online crisis intervention makes information more accessible and online crisis intervention accessible to those with physical limitations (Andersson, Gerhard, and Nickolai 6). On the other hand, the disadvantages of online crisis intervention include some nations do not allow out-of-state providers, some insurance companies do not cover e-crisis intervention, concerns about unreliable technology, privacy, and confidentiality (Andersson, Gerhard, and Nickolai 10). I can see myself work in online crisis intervention to increase after hours of capabilities of other service providers as well as ensure accessibility of services to those who need most in the community. Online crisis intervention collaborates with other service providers like the community service systems, mental health services, safe houses, ambulances, police, and hospital among others.

            Police departments regularly handle cases involving mentally ill by protecting the community’s welfare and safety. The police department has a duty to respond to calls and deliver services round the clock (Steadman, and Morrissette 1055). The police have taken the role of a “street-corner psychiatrist” since they are the first to respond to urgent situations involving mentally ill clients at the community.