Here the essay aims to discuss why using challenges in an appropriate manner can be helpful to therapeutic relationship and facilitate the case progress. This essay carries out two parts to analyze why workers use challenges, and when and how they use challenges in a more appropriate manner. Examples will be given to illustrate the points in these two analytical parts. The Purposes of Using Challenges Using challenges has lots of benefits in a counseling session. One of the purposes of using challenges is to unearth the clients’ irrational beliefs,
In this essay I will describe and discuss what takes place during the meeting and explain some of the ethical issues that may face the Therapist The consultation should last for about 30 minutes. The Therapist will use this time to gain information about the client. In turn it gives the client the opportunity to assess for themselves, whether working with the Therapist will be beneficial for them. The initial consultation can be offered for free by the Therapist, but of course that is a matter of choice. If a Therapist decides that they do not wish to give this 30 minutes as free, they need to be aware that, if they are unable to assist the client further and need to refer them on to a Therapist more able to help, the client may feel that they have been unjustly charged for a service they have not received.
Some clients may like relaxing music but others prefer no music at all. The therapist must first explain to the client that the initial consultation is a vital part of their
The bottom line in this kind of assessment is to find out if the client would respond to more of an authoritarian approach or a gentle passive approach. There are other incites that are learned about the client here which help determine what kind of language it to be used wether that be colorful, flamboyant, descriptive, thought provoking and so on. Combinations of different choices of words and language are decided on the scoring system effectively tailoring the session for the individuals personality. I would agree that these steps are valuable in gaining the insite you need before venturing into a therapeutic session with a client. If PMR was attempted without any kind of background research on the client the outcome would most likely be unsuccessful or contrived.
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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.
The PDP may help with own knowledge & understanding of where you are in your job role. Also where you would like to be in the future. Avii - supervisor - line manager - other support workers Aviii - training - personal development plan - putting it into practice Aix - recognise training needs - to discuss any care areas I may be unsure of - to expand my training needs to match cutomers needs ie:makaton / BSL - to raise & discuss any problems I may have within the care setting. Task B Case Study Jenna should encourage her customer to follow their beliefs whether she likes them or not. She should not have an opinion on a customers beliefs that the customer can pick up on.
Describe different ways to help an individual challenge decisions made by others (such as medical practitioners, social care workers and family members: Standing up for people that are self-confident or that lack confidence ensuring that they aware that the individual is unhappy, but ensuring that you are not putting words into their mouths and interrupting them while they are speaking. If while you are attending the meeting you feel that they are confusing the individual then you can speak out as an advocate. You may also have to write to certain people about a matter and must ensure you make clear and explain to them what you are writing and also ensuring that you are writing word for word in what they want to
One of the important ethical issues to check, is that you do not know the person, and that you are not connected in anyway that is inappropriate, this is called a dual relationship this may be unavoidable in small towns, we would also need to assess that that there are no sexual attractions, on this basis the therapist may decide they cannot work with the client, and may offer the client an alternative therapist. The prospect that this could happen must be explained to the client in the initial consultation, so you can build trust, and the client can feel that you are working in their best interests. It is also important to make sure that the power of the relationships formed between therapist and client is of an equal one, it is extremely valuable to empower your client, and not take the power. The only time a therapist should show authoritarian power is when using inductions which require this
Some clients might feel so close to the counsellor in a professional way after the counsellor has basically get them from rock bottom to where they want to be. So the client may feel them wants to give something back by maybe inviting the counsellor to their wedding, days out or any special events. But a counsellor becoming friends with the client while still having sessions could lead to a lot of bad things. The client will still be vulnerable that’s why they are still attending the sessions. The way u has a counselling and client bond will change and not become professional.