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Once we have a better understanding of Taylor’s situation and desired outcomes, we will provide him/her with a general set of potential options and solutions along with information about retaining our firm. We believe that our goals are important because we want Taylor to feel comfortable entrusting us with such a life-changing matter. By getting a better sense of Taylor’s reasons for divorce and desired outcomes, we will be better positioned to pursue a result that will satisfy him/her. Moreover, if Taylor decides he/she wants a divorce, we will be able to identify the whether there may be any issues that could stall or inhibit the process. 2.
Word count 1,883 Why is the initial consultation so important? What factors will an ethical therapist cover at this time? In this essay I will discuss the importance of client consultation, talk about the questions the therapist should ask the client and the ethical reasons and contraindications the therapist should be looking out for. When a person has a specific problem, whether it is a fear or phobia or something they wish to change about themselves, they may consult a hypnotherapist to help them overcome their problem, during hypnotherapy the therapist will address the clients specific needs. But before the therapist can decide the correct route to therapy it is necessary for them to conduct an assessment of the client during the first consultation.
2.2 It could be that the individual no longer wants to use a walking aid but their care plan states they need it to move around. I would carry out a risk assessment to ensure that it is managed as safely as possible and inform the individual of the risks involved and make sure they understand. 2.3 I would speak to other team members or senior staff for advice. I could also look at my policies and procedures for help. I could also ask their family and friends, GP, care professionals, advocates.
It seems as if his behaviour has had a lasting impact on her self-esteem as well as her view on relationships. It is important to understand exactly what Miss E is afraid of with regards to meeting someone new. Perhaps she fears he may also be controlling but this would be clarified during the initial consultation. If this is the case, Miss E may need therapy for self-confidence as well. I would ask Miss E to discuss her ex-partner’s controlling behaviour in more detail.
Can Your Code of Ethics Be Wrong? Section one of this paper will introduce the general similarities and differences in the American Counseling Association (ACA) code of ethics and the American Association of Christian Counseling (AACC) code of ethics. Both ethical codes have the same basic vision for us to “do no harm” (AACC, Section, ES1-100, p. 6) while in a counselor-client relationship. Counselors promote change at all levels to enhance the quality of life for individuals and groups, as well as eliminate possible obstacles that make it difficult to receive proper services offered. Christian counselors promote the same quality of life for individuals and groups with a focus of honoring Jesus Christ.
This will enable me to present my conclusion as to whether Person Centred Therapy offers the therapist all that is needed to treat clients. Counselling Course Assignment Can help client realise the solution but relies on them being able to be open and structured in their thinking and talking My experience in trying the person centred theory is that a client may not be able to structure their thoughts and just repeat themselves. An Introduced personality also does not always respond to open questions and clients may rely on counsellor for structure and some guidance. When practising this technique I found it limiting and the client (course colleague) was just repeating the same facts Advantages Client is given time to explore their problem and by articulating it they may become aware of aspects more clearly which can help them see a solution based on their experiences and lifestyle. Paraphrasing allows client to see that the counsellor is fully engaged and understand what they are saying.
As an employee, you may also find that on some occasions you need an extra boost of authority to resolve a situation that has run aground. Sometimes, you will simply have too much to do and need some assistance. Most often, the person doing the delegating has the authority. But when you are trying to delegate to your supervisor, you will need to find another way to motivate him or her to take responsibility on your behalf. When your supervisor is giving more and more to do and you can't possibly achieve everything and will need to pass some things back up the line.
Without studying this portion, it may be hard to understand the underlying style of the certain person in fullness. This is important to study within relational communication because it could answer certain questions regarding building communication styles. A lot of one’s communication style is a ‘learned trait’, or in other words, from experience or someone advising them to communicate in a certain way. B) Another aspect to relational communication is future interaction expectations. There may be a time when you know you aren’t going to see a person again, or it wouldn’t matter what they thought and you could have a TMI situation (too much information).