Observation is the key to unraveling the depths of the patients personality and specifying the correct modality. Small but important methods such as the flamboyancy of the patients dress code, body language, speech pattern and style of speech can be noticed within a few minuets of meeting them. These physical attributes are very telling of the person and can be used when making a quick assessment and deciding on the preferred approach to therapy. Appearances are one useful method however this can be coupled with a more detailed assessment of the individuals personality traits. A skilled therapist can asses the patient quickly with the initial meeting however the more incite you have to a patients personality the stronger the therapy will be as the approach will be reinforced with more personal touches.
This will include my belief that each person deserves to have a careful assessment or initial consultation from therapist to client and after careful consideration of the clients needs and preferences that the most appropriate screed would be used to benefit the client. . I will also discuss two very different hypnotherapists namely Dave Elman and Milton H Erickson. Lastly I will discuss hypnosis and mental health, and the tools that are often used in Hypnotherapy for assessment of a client, and to score an individual, which aids the hypnotherapist in the decision as to which style of screed to use in their clients therapy. Returning to the essay title, analizing the question as
In conclusion we will see why it could be argued that the latter approach is the most useful for many clients. The term counselling is virtually interchangeable with psychotherapy. Psychotherapy means ‘healing the mind or soul’ (Nelson-Jones, 2011, p.3) and counselling tries to do the same. For counselling to work on a one to one or group basis then the clients must be there willingly. For many the relationship between client and counsellor is crucial to the success of the therapy and is based on trust and respect.
Unit 2 Module 3 3.1 The building of a rapport is often considered one of the most important aspects of a Hypnotherapists work, it is during this initial period of assessment and information gathering that the therapist beings to build a rapport with the client, building a rapport is the key to success, it is important to remember that first impressions count, it is when the client looks to the therapist to be the professional, the one who knows what they are doing, who is knowledgeable. This is the time to allay the fear of the client and to put them at ease without being to over baring, authoritative or clinical in your approach. The way you present yourself in those first few moments will count, everyone will make assumptions in those first few seconds of meeting someone, you as a therapist and they as the client, will use deductive logic based on appearance in the first instance at your/their presentation and
This means that we need to communicate our messages through words and the tone of our voice. In order for us to enable the client to reach a state of hypnosis, we need to work closely with them, to get to know there likes, dislikes and personality. By building up this rapport it will help gain the confidence of the client and give the hypnotist the best chance of successfully achieving a positive outcome for the
The client must be ready for change, have psychological resources and social support in order to ensure a positive outcome in counseling (Neukrug, 2014). Introduction As a counseling student at Liberty University it is important to learning and understand how to be successful in producing the desired outcome when counseling clients. In counseling it is not beneficial to just counsel but a counselor must be effective and efficient in the counseling process. In counseling, the counselor and client have created an interactive relationship where both parties play pivot role is the success rate of treatment. Before counseling starts, an evaluation of the client is needed to determine possible obstacles
Abstract This paper will explore certain things that couples deal with while in couples counseling that will help counseling more effective for couples. The goals of couples counseling, dealing with anger, theories of couples counseling and ethical issues in couples counseling will be discussed in this paper. This paper will also help determine if the efforts that each couple but into counseling will be effective enough that they will be able to resolve whatever issues that they may have had in the past or the future. Couples therapy or couple’s counseling is a useful way to help couples who are experiencing difficulties such as repetitive arguments, feelings of distance or emptiness in the relationship, pervasive feelings of anger, resentment and or dissatisfaction or lack of interest in affection or in a physical relationship with one another. The Goals of couples counseling should be established mostly by the couples themselves.
Using modality is one way we have to personalise screeds although it is beneficial to use all the senses when trying to create a safe and comfortable space for a client. Modalities play a big part in personalising inductions as assessing the client as an individual helps decide which style will best suit that person. As you begin the process of learning how to hypnotise, you’ll begin to understand that there are two basic styles of hypnotic induction, and these are the Permissive style and the Authoritative style. The permissive style is the more usual style in therapeutic situations where the client needs to feel like they are in control of the situation before they can begin to relax. Attending a hypnosis session for the first time can be a scary thing because of all the mythology that a person probably has about hypnosis.
The goals that were talked about in earlier sessions are beginning to be embraced by the client, who is questioning the counsellor more, in an effort to start the changes. Words like “so when are we goal setting please?” And “I really feel you’re helping me see the light” are also affirming statements. Along with this, the client’s appearance may have changed, as may their facial expressions. The positive-ness with which they are starting the sessions also are a dead giveaway. The client may also come to the sessions having drawn up their own plans for progressing.
The relevance of personality types in psychotherapy Our client’s personality types are of extreme importance in therapy. The therapist will continually assess and re-assess the clients personality type, this will enable the therapist to use various techniques which are most suited to the client. This will aide and enhance the clients experience as the therapist will be able to balance their needs. Everybody will show signs of all of the following personality types, however some are stronger than others, and can be distorted. Through therapy we can learn to balance this out and to develop the other qualities which are not so obvious.