“Using the Case Study at the End of the Module Assess, the Client’s Issues and Describe Your Treatment Plan What Ethical Issues Might Arise?”

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“USING THE CASE STUDY AT THE END OF THE MODULE ASSESS, THE CLIENT’S ISSUES AND DESCRIBE YOUR TREATMENT PLAN WHAT ETHICAL ISSUES MIGHT ARISE?” Word Count 2118 Introduction Miss E is a single 29 year old woman that was in a relationship for six years. The relationship finished six months ago, and Miss E feels it is now time to look for a new companion. The previous relationship was not always happy, as her partner was very controlling over her. She feels that he almost wanted her to stay the size she was and not to lose weight. Miss E has always struggled with her weight since she was a teenager, and her parents constantly pestered her about being unattractive and overeating. She has tried many different diet plans over the years but to no avail, always putting the weight back on after a few months. Miss E is planning to go on a trip with her friends in three months time and hopes to lose weight before then. (Dr Dave Hill) The difference between permanent weight loss (hypnosis) and temporary (diets) is gains and losses are purely psychological. 95% of people on any diet end up gaining the weight back and then some. This essay intends to look at the issues Miss E has with her weight and the concerns she has about her controlling ex- partner and dominating parents. It will also assess a treatment program for Miss E using hypnotherapy and refer her where necessary to other agencies for healthy eating and exercise programs, as this is outside your expertise. On an ethical issue the essay will look at any counselling support she may need and again you would refer her to a trained counsellor as this is not your field at present. Weight loss and hypnosis Weight loss using hypnosis teaches you how to think different. You learn how to identify and then separate emotions from your eating habits and so your gains are
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