Name: Jaclyn Dunne Course Code: CHELM1A 13 Tutor: Karen Ferguson Essay Title: “Using the case study provided at the end of the module assess the client’s issues and describe your treatment plan. What ethical issues might arise?” Word Count: 2175 “Using the case study below, assess the client’s issues and describe your treatment plan. What ethical issues might arise?” Miss E came to therapy for weight loss wanting to lose 2½ stone in all. She is 29 and came out of a failed relationship 6 months ago. She is now ready to look for another partner but she is scared as her previous partner of 6 years was very controlling and almost seemed to want her to stay overweight.
Using the Case Study assess the clients issues and describe you treatment plan. What Ethical Issues Might Arise? Abstract Miss E wanted to use hypnosis to succeed in her attempt to lose weight, specifically two and a half stone for an upcoming girl’s holiday in three months’ time. In the initial consultation, further information was gathered to enable further understanding of Miss E’s current situation and any events in her personal history that may be contributing to her present feelings and concerns regarding her weight. The reasons why an individual overeats may not always be clear.
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 client who wishes to quit smoking could reason that smoking is unhealthy for them and their loved ones. The therapist should then dig deeper and ask when they smoke more. It could be that smoking is their only successful way of dealing with stress. As well as discovering the reason why the prospective client has thought about hypnotherapy, the therapist is also finding out if their skills are
Charlotte reports several life events that could be related to her depression. Charlotte lost her job 1 ½ years ago and doesn’t feel qualified to find another meaningful job. Her mother died when she was a teenage and she was forced to take on the caregiver role rather than pursue school. Charlotte has a uterine condition preventing her from having kids. Charlotte is also having some difficulties in her marriage despite stating that the marriage is good overall.
As a sympathetic person and as a parent I can only imagine the sadness, guilt and helplessness these parents had to go through. Being addicted to drugs is not like a light switch that you can turn on and off. After the parents lost their daughter the situation gave them the motivation and strength to change their lives and try and get their daughter back. It may have taken them many years to recover from their dependency and even more years to go through the legal system to get their daughter back. However, on a Care-based point of view, the Judge’s decision was unethical in regards to the foster parents and the nine year old girl.
If further breakdown occurs, social processes will take place, whereby friends and family will offer advice and support. After having left the relationship, grave-dressing processes will commence. Partners strive to construct a representation of the relationship that does not paint their own contribution to the relationship unfavourably. This process often involves emotional distress. In the final resurrection process, each partner prepares for new relationships by learning from the mistakes of the prior relationship.
I understand that these behaviors are interrupting to your other residents and very frustrating to your staff so you would like to have a plan put in to place immediately. Please understand that in order for me to develop a plan that will be successful in changing Jordan’s behaviors, I will need to find out what, in her environment, is causing her behaviors. All behaviors are a reaction to something that occurs in the individual’s environment and in order to understand a person’s behavior, I need to identify the relationship between individual characteristics
This behavior, not only did it affect her but also the people who cared about her. She started on therapy to decrease her depression level with the drug Prozac which helped her to become a little stable but she had to control her own life to get better. Lizzie had close family and friends who cared about her. But due to her addiction and depression level, she brought a strain on her relationship with them. Family structure was destroyed because parent had separated and she had a single parenting style from the age of 16.
So our future of the love and marriage has written in our book of future, but sometimes our mistakes can be responsible for the end up of the relationship. The late marriage is also very big reason for the divorce, because if your age of marriage passed once then you cannot give enough love to your partner. If you become overage for the marriage you become unable to fulfill sexual desire of your partner. To keep balance in the marriage life you should give the satisfied love to your partner, and if you cannot give him or satisfied love then it will take your marriage to the