Introduction All reputable therapists will offer an initial consultation. This gives the therapist the opportunity to get to know the client and build up a rapport with them. It is the time when the therapist can gain the information needed to successfully treat the client, both current issues and circumstances and past issues if necessary. The therapist will also ascertain whether they have the competence to successfully treat the client. Hypnotherapists and counsellors are professional people, they belong to professional bodies such as the Hypnotherapy Society and the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and the professions have to seek a professional and ethical reputation, not only for the client but also for the
Introduction “Why is the initial consultation so important? What factors should an ethical therapist cover at this time?” My aim in this essay is to demonstrate a clear understanding of the ethical issues surrounding hypnotherapy. Looking at the code of ethics which was developed from the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Code of Ethics April 2010; which constitutes a moral code of principles and values which should always be adhered to whenever a hypnotherapist is practising. I will also be addressing why the Initial Consultation is unequivocally essential for any ethical therapist. The Initial Consultation.
Linda Potter A Personalised Induction Will Always Be More Effective Discuss This essay will explore the statement in the title that a personalised induction will always be more effective when used in the context of a Hypnotherapy session between Therapist and client. I will explore within this essay my own personal belief that personalising an induction is vitally important for the client. My reason for this belief is that I believe each person is unique and different in their own way. Therefore it is imperative to treat each person in an holistic or all round way. I will also discuss modalities, or the process that occurs when the brain receives information from our senses and how this represents itself internally.
1.5 Where possible the least restrictive interventions should be used as they can sometimes escalate the problem rather than defuse it. Using the least possible restrictive intervention will prevent further harm to any individual involved and will avoid the intervention being deemed as abuse. 1.6 In order to safeguard both the staff member and individual during a restrictive physical intervention, they must only be carried out by a trained member of staff. It must be reasoned that all other measures have been attempted and failed before carrying out restrictive intervention. If at
If they choose hypnosis then it is down to the therapist to give the client their very best care no matter what the problem is. This is why first impressions are important. The way a therapist present themselves and communicates with their client on the first meeting
Central to the therapist's role in client-centred therapy is respecting the clients values as well as maintaining a therapeutic nonjudgmental attitude. This relationship can be even be more important, especially if the client doesn't have any family or friends. Because most clients seems to have lost a sense of value within themselves, having someone perceive them as a valuable person, capable of personal growth, should have an encouraging affect. The goals of the client-centered therapist are congruence, unconditional
Unit 1 Developing Counselling Skills Assignment 1 1.1 In this assignment I am going to demonstrate my understanding of working safely and ethically. Code of practice and ethical concerns. BACP provides a platform for counsellors and shows the rules and principles that they should follow and how you as counsellor should use the BACP as a guideline and as like a “rule book”. Confidentiality is the most important in a counselling relationship. As the client may not have ever spoken about what they are about to speak about to the counsellor before.
Personal qualities should be required as well to become a respiratory therapist as well. One good personal quality would be to have good social skills, making of friendly environment. Another personal quality would be to work calmly in a medical emergency. A respiratory therapist must take every situation seriously as if they were all an emergency. They should be aware that patients could with hold important information, so they must follow good procedure.
One issue that maybe encountered is involuntary group members. Corey, Williams, and Moline (1995) explained that ethically a counselor should advise clients of their rights, privileges and duties, as well as, advise them of any probable concerns they face if they choose to follow treatment. Another issue that may be encountered in group therapy is informed consent, which is extremely important when participation is mandatory. Informed consent is something that all counselors and counselor have to obtain from clients. Fallon (2006) states it is important because certain guidelines have to be followed by the counselor during a session and when a client becomes involuntary this puts the counselor in a comprising position.
1. Identify the different reasons why people communicate (1.1.1) The main purpose for communicating is to get your point across to others. This is important in my job role so that I can gain an understanding into each individual’s life learning about their background, interests and opinions; this will allow me to give the best person centred care I can. Communication is also used to express feelings and thoughts 2. Explain how communication affects relationships in an adult social care setting (1.1.2) When working in a care setting communication is very important.