In this review of the Three Psychotherapies that were implemented in the Gloria Tapes it is apparent how different the three approaches are even though they are all considered psychotherapy. The three therapies used on these tapes were the client centered approach by Carl Rogers, rational emotive theory by Albert Ellis and the Gestalt theory by Fritz Perls. In this review the three approaches will be examined to analyze the different therapies and interviewing techniques. In looking at the first approach Carl Rogers uses client centered therapy. Rogers’ approach seemed to me to be the most client friendly technique.
A further element is the managerial or normative aspect of supervision and this could explained to some extent as maintaining standards.An awareness of the need to keep up with CPD, personal blind spots and prejudices that affect the the way how both trainee and counselor look at themselves which in turn influence how they see others and the way how they work, so the requirement to contiunaly learn about oneself increases knowledge and understanding which is vitaly important for personal development and growth that will enevitbly enhance thier work with clients. Casework supervision plays an important role as it provides support for the student or practising counselor.They have an
This will also guide the therapist as to the client’s modalities and what style of delivery would be best for an induction. Furthermore it can facilitate in creating the best environment; which can be crucial in assisting the client in reaching a suitable state of hypnosis for a positive, successful outcome to their therapy. For the purpose of this essay we now shall define creating the best
However a person using counselling skills correctly will listen, paraphrase, reflect, be empathetic and non judgemental of the client. The counsellors within "Forward Thinking" will be trained to a high standard each one of which will be able to show that they have undergone the correct training and be registered with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) details of which are outlined within our job description. All "Forward Thinking" counsellors / listeners will use the person centred approach to counselling which follows the work done by Carl Rogers and is based upon six core principles. 1) Two persons are engaged in psychological contact. In that it requires more than one person who should be in some form of communication with each other in order for the counselling / listening process to work.
Treatments utilized by counseling professionals such as CBT allows clients to be aware of various events causing their life’s spiral; uninterested clients with court-ordered treatment must make a valid decision for their success while rationalizing personal biases of treatment. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Positive and negative influences burden clients so much that they compromise themselves through careless and difficult situations. According to Kendra Cherry (2011), “Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapeutic treatment that helps patients to understand the thoughts and feelings that influence behaviors.” CBT assist clients by emphasizing their focus towards channeling energy to connecting dilemmas. Utilizing this rationalization of theories creates awareness for clients to identify relationships between treatment and coping with disorders. Once treatment surfaces awareness aids in the process of preventing relapses, clients not interested in receiving court-ordered treatment CBT provides them with tools to make valid decisions.
Inductions are utilised in hypnotherapy to communicate with an individual’s subconscious to assist in bringing about the change a client desires; as a therapist it is paramount that we assist our clients in the best way we can. So is tailoring an individual induction the best way to achieve this or can we stick to a standard set of
2335 words During this essay I am going to explain how a personal induction is more effective than that of a generic induction. Although the generic induction also has a very important part to play in certain aspects of hypnotherapy. I will be discussing how vitally important it is for the hypno-therapist to build a good rapport with each client. Also the hypno-therapist also needs to be able to assess each individual using certain techniques, which I will describe later. The hypno-therapist has to be able to assess each client in a very short time,this enables them to create an induction that is suited to that clients own preferences.
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
In hypnotherapy, it is important to focus on the needs of the client, and therefore it is important for the individual to be assessed. Hypnotherapists often use time before therapy to find likes, dislikes, backgrounds and perspectives from clients in order to develop an induction best suited for them (Chrysalis, 2010). Inductions can be authoritarian or permissive, and based