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The Client/Therapist Relationship - The therapist and client relationship is important in effective therapy. The therapeutic relationship must be built upon before any technique and theory will be effective. Communicating real empathy and showing a genuine interest in the client will begin a solid therapeutic foundation. However, the therapist must “have the ability to stay outside the system while maintaining some emotional attachment to its members” (Patterson, Williams, Edwards, Chamow, & Grauf-Grounds, 2009, p. 107). This paper reviews and critiques an interview I recorded of a couple that pertains to clutter building up around the house....   [tags: Therapy/Counseling]
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Impact of Cultural Barriers in Assessing Client-Therapist Relationship - ... For instance, a qualified and unemployed Black woman present for therapy session to treat her feelings of depression due to her unemployment, a colorblind counselor might overlook some external factors contributing to the client’s joblessness and therefore might place full responsibility on the client for her situation. Relationship ruptures are likely to occur when racial microaggressions are unknowingly and inappropriately delivered by the helping professional towards client (Sue et. al, 2007)....   [tags: teamwork, alliance, culture] 1811 words
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Communication Skills Necessary to Improve the Therapist-Client Relationship - People talk at a rate of 125–175 words per minute yet can listen to 450 (Carver, Johnson, & Friedman, 1971). Since a person speaks slower than what the brain can manage, the mind drifts off to thinking of other things rather than listening to the message at hand and communication can be lost. This barrier to effective listening causes one to miss or misconceive what the other is saying (Janusik & Wolvin, 2009). It is imperative as a psychologist to actively listen, ask questions, seek clarification and check for understanding of what others are saying for effective communication to occur....   [tags: psychology, therapy, professional development]
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Boundaries Violation Dual Relationships - ... A. 11.a, p. 3). Therefore, an effective termination process secures a trust in the overall treatment process, while minimizing the return of symptoms or feeling or exploration. Termination is a key phase of every client’s treatment, and the therapists should help the client plan for it, prepare for it, and process it during this process Howard should not make the client feel abandoned. In conclusion, I would recommend Howard to use critical thinking and refer his client to a CBT therapist. A CBT therapist could work on the behavior that is causing the emotional issues....   [tags: therapist-client relationship, psychology]
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Boundaries and Ethics in a Counseling Relationship - Discuss the relevance of boundaries and ethics in the therapeutic relationship. Ethics in the counselling and psychotherapy protects the client and the therapist involved in the therapeutic relationship and the therapeutic process as a whole; with the concepts that act as a guide for the therapists in provision of good practice and care for the client. The framework is built on values of counselling and psychotherapy; principles of trustworthiness, autonomy, fidelity, justice, beneficence, non-maleficence and self-respect, and provides standards of good practice and care for the practitioner (BACP, 2010)....   [tags: Therapeutic Relationship] 2216 words
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Therapist’s Self-Disclosure in Therapeutic Relationships - Regardless of the therapeutic approach utilised, an indispensible and communal component of most therapeutic approaches is the therapeutic relationship (Sparks, Duncan, & Miller, 2008). Norcross and Hill (2002) defined therapeutic relationship as the cooperative alliance between a therapist and the client. It is found to be influential in the success of a therapy (Lambert & Bergin, 1994). Hence, researchers began to investigate therapeutic relationship. Therapist’s self-disclosure (TSD) is one of the various factors investigated by researchers in terms of its influence on the therapeutic relationship (Audet & Everall, 2010)....   [tags: Therapy, Psychiatry, Psychology]
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Mental Health Experts: Client Therapist vs. Court Forensic Expert - The primary purpose of this paper is to attest that the dual roles that mental health experts assume as both a therapist for the client and as a forensic expert in court proceedings are not compatible. The paper also focuses on arguments which confirm the incompatibility of these roles and analyzes past researches that would support the claim. Specifically, the paper discusses points that explain the incompatibility, such as the goals, the client, and attitudes towards the client. The paper further indicates that mental health experts must refrain from assuming dual roles that do not ethically coincide....   [tags: Mental Health ]
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Client Centered Therapy - It is inevitable that in psychotherapy there are numerous theories. Theories arise out of scholarly investigations of ideas on human behavior. Human behavior is an extraordinarily interesting subject and therefore produces a plethora of ideas from a variety of theorists. These theorists are influenced by their education, culture, and time period. One influential theorist is Carl Rogers. His contributions to human behavior have changed many of the theories that preceded him, and his theory contributed to many theories that followed....   [tags: Carl Rogers, Person Centered Therapy] 1391 words
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Confidentiality Limits and Responsibilities - ... With regards to protecting a client’s information, he or she must first initiate the process. A client must provide written information to have his or her information released to another entity, under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, a client ID and signature is required. He or she must understand that including a family member during a therapy session waives the right to privacy. As a therapist, one of the most important things to remember is that once words are spoken they cannot be retrieved....   [tags: trust, relationship, private, therapy, client]
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Racial Oppression and Counseling a Client from an Ethnic Minority - It is pertinent to study the history of racial oppression when preparing to counsel a client from an ethnic minority if the counselor is from the majority culture. The problem is it would be difficult to examine the complete history and would be highly impossible especially in a short time. However, a therapist can gain knowledge of some of the essentials of history such as, religion, family structure, and background information. If the therapist or counselor is uncomfortable counseling these individuals he/or she can refer the client to someone who has more knowledge or has the same cultural background as the client....   [tags: racism, prejudice, racial profiling] 428 words
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Therapist and Counselor Training - Training to be a therapist or counselor is stressful and involves significant shifts in identity, self-knowledge and confidence. Most of these changes appear to be linked to starting work with clients (Edwards & Patterson, 2012). The practicum or clinical experience portion of a therapist or counselor’s training is arguably the most important part of the program. It is also one of the most stressful and overwhelming times in a therapist trainee’s academic career. Trainees’ clinical internships involve multiple challenges; developing competence with clients is only one challenge that beginning practicum students face....   [tags: significant shifts, stressful, medical]
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Patient-Therapist Relationship Analysis - ... I got the sense that maybe she was uncomfortable speaking with me on the phone. She might get really anxious when she gets phone calls. Therefore, at the end of this session, I asked her what the best way to reach her would be. I asked her if she was okay speaking with me on the phone and she said now that she had my number, she would be more comfortable. Although the plan for work really isn’t particularly shown in this first process recording, it took place in the conversation after this....   [tags: process recording reports] 1315 words
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Is Psychotherapy More Effective When Therapist Disclose Information - “ Is Psychotherapy More Effective When Therapist Disclose Information About Themselves. ” In the world of psychology therapist raise a question whether or not they should “disclose personal information during psychotherapy. Several therapists “have suggested that therapist self-discloser can have a positive impact on treatment. From this view, self-discloser by the therapists may elicit greater discloser by the client enhancing the possibilities for client self-exploration”(e.g., Bugental, 1965, chap....   [tags: essays research papers] 1032 words
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Costs and Benefits of a Dual Relationship in Psychology - One major debate for counselors or psychologists is the costs and benefits of a dual or multiple relationship between the clinician and a client. One way a multiple relationship may occur is when a clinician is holding a professional role as well as playing another role with the same person outside of the professional setting (APA, 2002). Two major types of additional relationships a clinician may be involved in with an individual(s) is a sexual or non-sexual relationship. It is ethically wrong to engage in a sexual relationship with a current client, student, supervisee etc., leaving minimal room for debate....   [tags: client, ethics, boundries] 1574 words
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Should Therapist Use The Internet to Engage with their Clients? - ... Some client’s may find that it is easier to email the clinician messages about scheduling conflicts or life events. The therapist may initially incorporate this into their practice without considering the slippery slope of boundary confusion. Clients could send lengthy and insightful messages with the expectation that they will be immediately read and responded to as if in session. Other clients may send their therapist emails about suicidal/ homicidal ideations or traumatic events not brought up in session....   [tags: information, blogs, ethics]
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Helper Client Confidentiality - Informed consent and confidentiality play a very important role in the helping profession. The helper needs to clearly communicate to the client that the information shared with them is confidential, meaning that it is not reused for any other purpose other than to assist the client with what they are there to work on (Hill, p.65). The professional must also communicate the three exceptions in which the information shared is not kept confidential. Those exceptions are: 1) When information regarding child, adult, or elder abuse is revealed....   [tags: Psychology]
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Client Centered Theory - Client Centered Theory Client centered theory was originated by Carl Rogers and is considered to be a humanistic theory of process or evolution (Coady & Lehman, 2008). Rogers developed 19 basic premises of personality in which an individual was held to grow through the processes of a reduction in defensive mechanisms and the self-directed development of internal cognizance (Corsini & Wedding, 2008/2011). The processes would occur when the theoretical constructs of congruence, acceptance and empathy were provided to an individual through interpersonal relationships (Coady & Lehman, 2008; Corsini & Wedding, 2008/2011)....   [tags: Psychology]
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The Professional Relationship - Questions about professional ethics get stirred up when dual relationships or professional and client boundaries are violated. The American Psychological Association (APA) Ethics committee revealed 40 to 50% of complaints filed originate from concerns with dual relationships (Meyer, 2005). License held by psychological professionals are revoked when the professional disregards the rights of the clients. The leading cause of professional termination is because of dual relationships between the professional and their client (Meyer, 2005)....   [tags: Psychology]
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Occupational Therapy and Clinical Reasoning - ... This can lead to clarity of goals (Sommers-Flanagan & Bequette, 2013). Humour has also been found to reduce the power divide (Vergeer & McRae, 1993). Adolescents experience a number of physical, cognitive and psychosocial changes and as a result they can be vulnerable to mental health problems (Paus, Keshaven & Giedd, 2008). Anxiety is the most commonly reported and believed to affect 20% of young people, predominantly females (WHO, 2001; Merikangas et al., 2010; Mondin et al., 2013). While Maria has not been formally diagnosed with anxiety, her function is being impaired as it would be if she had clinical anxiety (Cara & McCrae, 2005)....   [tags: client's problem, intervention, evaluation] 1984 words
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When Therapists Cry in Therapy - Introduction Crying has always been recognized as a significant and frequent part of the therapeutic process (Blume-Marcovici, Stolberg, & Khademi, 2013; Nelson, 2012). During the therapy process, tears are often shed by both the client and the therapist. Because therapy tends to be focused on uncovering repressed emotions, working through traumatic experiences, processing grief, or adjusting to life’s circumstances, tears are often associated with the work that is done during therapy. Because mental health therapy tends to be emotion-focused, it is surprising to discover that little research has emphasized the importance of therapists’ crying during session....   [tags: therapeutic sessions, tears, client]
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The Therapeutic Relationship - In the assigned chapter, Bohart and Tallman (2010) discussed clients and their effect on therapy. They argued that client and extratherapeutic influences are the single most important factor in determining therapy outcome. In fact, up to 87% of the variance in therapeutic outcome is attributable to the client, factors that occur outside therapy, and unexplained variance (Bohart & Tallman, 2010, p. 84). Bohart and Tallman further argued that approximately 40% of variance can be ascribed to client factors while only 13% can be accounted for by treatment (e.g., the therapeutic relationship, interventions, therapist, model of therapy)....   [tags: Psychology]
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The Need for Empathy in a Therapeutic Relationship - ... Duan and Hill (1996) defined Empathy as “feeling into” the experience of the client. Over the years, the research evidence keeps piling up, and indicating a high degree of Empathy in a Therapeutic relationship is possibly one of the most potent factors in bringing about positive outcome in the therapy (Clark, 2010; Greenberg, Watson, Elliot, & Bohart, 2001 & Hartley, 1995). However, recently the focus has been diverted to the aspects of the Therapeutic relationship, which includes Empathy as a predominant factor....   [tags: understanding, positive, treatment] 709 words
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Client and Counselor Safety for Mental Health Counselors - ... Other predictions and indicators such as gathering information such as medical, psychological, and past violent behaviors likely to assist clinicians when working with clients with mental health and crisis needs. Since counseling and therapy encompasses such an intimate connection between client and counselor, client will exhibit emotions, including anger, fear, and self-actualizations. Sometimes clients can transfer these feelings onto the therapist also called transference. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (2000) shows that 48% of all non-fatal work related assaults and acts of violence have occurred in health care and social service settings....   [tags: patient, services, violent, skills] 926 words
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Meet Xavier, a Male Nurse Who Lost His Wife - ... the loss of his wife and subsequent loss of his employment). He is struggling with controlling his emotions and thoughts to a level that render him functional by society’s standards. His depression is perpetuated by his lack of productivity and his lack of productivity is a direct result of his symptoms of depression. How would someone using this theoretical approach think about Xavier. In person-centered therapy, there is a trust in the client’s ability to move forward, away from maladaptive behavior, and toward self-actualization....   [tags: suicide, depression, therapist] 884 words
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Art of Psychotherapy - I believe that the art of psychotherapy is more important than empirically validated treatments (EVT). I feel that the art of psychotherapy lies in the common factors, which include the therapeutic relationship, client and therapist factors (e.g., personality), helping clients deal with problems, and hope or expectancy factors (Reisner, 2005). Although I do believe that empirically validated treatments may enhance the therapeutic process, the treatments themselves are by no means the most important or fundamental aspects of therapy....   [tags: therapeutic relationship] 1295 words
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Personal Success Plan - ... The final stage involves the ability to empathize with clients while utilizing personal experiences. This stage has allowed me to establish positive relationships with my clients. The majority of my clients mentioned that they prefer to work with people who can relate to their problems. Whenever I had clients that stated problems that I was unable to relate from personal experience, I was able to connect with the client emotionally. In the article Reflection of Two Trainees: Person-of-the-Therapist Training for Marriage and Family Therapists the authors describe a Person-of-the-Therapist Training (POTT) study that was conducted at Drexel that included first year marriage and family thera...   [tags: therapist's skills in therapy] 1131 words
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Marriage and Family Therapy According to Christian Beliefs - Luke 6:31 says,” Do to others as you would have them do to you”. This passage to me demonstrates the work I hope to accomplish as a Marriage and Family therapist. I hope to gain a true understanding of what it means to help others in needs. I believe there is a difference from listening to a family member or close friend and giving them advice or certain situation that it would be providing that same guidance to a complete stranger. I view therapist in the same light as individuals in the medical field....   [tags: marriage therapist, catholic church, family]
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The Meaning of Counsellors’ Gender in the Overall Therapeutic Relationship - The purpose of this study is to explore both male and female professional counsellors beliefs based on their gender and if and how it influences the therapeutic relationship in regards to establishment, progress, and outcome. According to O’Neil (O’Neil, 1981a, 1981b, 1982) there are four empirically derived patterns of gender role conflict (GRC); Success, Power and Competition issues (SPC), Restrictive Emotionality (RE), Restrictive Affectionate Behavior Between Men (RABBM), and Conflict Between Work and Family Relations (CBWFR)....   [tags: therapists, gender, sex role]
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Developing a Therapeutic Counseling Relationship - Introduction Understanding the counseling session from the client’s perspective is a very important aspect in the development of a therapeutic relationship. A clinician must be an excellent listener, while being to pay attention to the client’s body language, affect and tone. The dynamics in the counseling session that is beneficial to the client include the recognition of the pain that the client is feeling. The detrimental part of this includes a misunderstanding of the real issues, a lack of consideration of the cultural aspects of the client, and a lack of clinical experience or listening skills....   [tags: Counseling ]
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Psychology and Relationship Problems - As Scoufe, et. al. discusses, interpersonal relationships are fundamental on individuals and those who are diagnosed with a mental health disorder. The article explains the relationships as indicators of disorders, risk and protective factors as well as in terms with regards to psychopathology. These relationships can assist to further understand the origin and course of the disorder and how the pathology is defined. Relationship problems in an individual are often indicators of disturbance which is often describes the criteria for classification....   [tags: psychology, mental health disorder]
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Uncovering a Relationship Between Alcohol and Violence Using Correlation Research - Correlation research reveals a pattern between two variables that have been measured several times. To uncover a relationship between alcohol and violence, I would use the correlation research. Using naturalistic observation, I would observe public intoxication at common bars or clubs, and involve accessible records of already convicted violent offenders that acknowledge the use of alcohol. I would choose this method because I believe this would be an abundant amount of knowledge that could properly disclose a correlation, weather positive or negative, between alcohol and violence, and present a strong or weak number that predicts the correlation thus making this research method the most via...   [tags: Psychology] 976 words
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Communication as Key to Success for the Client-Trainer Relationship - Communication is an integral part of a client-trainer relationship. Successful fitness trainers not only help their clients achieve health and fitness goals, they are also supposed to possess great communication skills to be the person of trust and support most clients usually look for. There are a lot of fitness professionals who excel in exercise science and implementing training principles but lack skills that are essential in building great communication relationships with their clients. Although knowledge is power for all fitness trainers, establishing positive and productive relationships with the help of communication is crucial....   [tags: personal trainer, clients]
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Cultural Considerations in Building a Counseling Relationship - Cultural Considerations in Building a Counseling Relationship Counseling is a process in which a counselor and client must build a good rapport and relationship in order to be successful in reaching the goal at hand. There are several stages of counseling which must be considered when counselors intend to build a relationship with their client, each stage being equally important in leading to the next stage. The stages of counseling include: establishing the working relationship, assessing or defining the presenting problem, identifying and setting goals, choosing and initiating interventions and planning and introducing termination and follow-up (Hackney & Comier, 2013)....   [tags: Counseling Process, Counselor Client Relationship]
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Client With a Voice - Establishing a Therapeutic Nurse-Client Relationship - Today’s health care systems have called attention to the importance of therapeutic nurse-client relationship which needs to be reinstated back into the forefront of thoughts and dialogues about nursing pactice since it has been overpowered by a technology driven medical model. Kleiman (2009. p2). In clinical placement, I will meet with clients for the first time and interact with them in weeks to follow. This is one of the most important aspect for a nursing student like me, as it will further cement my practical and theory knowledge in the real world....   [tags: Nursing ]
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Dual Relationships Between Counselors and Clients - ... In addition to the ethical issues that arose from these situations, all of the clients were under 18 years of age so the actions of these employees had legal ramifications. Many of our clients had been victims of sexual abuse prior to admission into our program. I always viewed our programs as safe places where clients would be treated with respect and could develop strong therapeutic relationships with both their counselors and program staff members. Unfortunately, the actions of a few had a detrimental effect on our programs and also the lives of our clients....   [tags: ] 1588 words
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Appropriate Client/Clinician Relationship - ... Finally, it may be valuable for some clients to have Suzie’s phone number; however, she should use discretion when providing it. Suzie’s personal therapy style, including providing her phone number, may promote client dependency (Roth & Worthington, 2011, 361). Moreover, it is not Suzie’s responsibility to solve the client’s issues (Roth & Worthington, 2011, 361). If a client has Suzie’s phone number, he or she may be tempted to call when problems arise. Roth & Worthington (2011) assert: “The clinician’s role is to assist clients in assuming responsibility for their own behavior and decisions” (p....   [tags: therapy, personal, behavior]
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The Expression of Pain: An Angry Client - ... I asked if he wanted water or some snacks and he replied he wanted his phone. Client was angry at security and was projecting his feelings to me and my preceptor. I think my preceptor knew that I was in a tough position because of the circumstances. When I first met the client I had a feeling that he would be difficult to handle for the rest of my shift. The client’s facial expression and mood indicated that he was not going to cooperate. The client seemed annoyed at the PACU nurse and agitated at everyone else in the room....   [tags: client´s voice, morphine]
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Relational Theory: All About Relationships - ... In fact even what we consider to be our private internal conversations are based on relational language. Family therapies, though they vary widely and are often less relational than the previous theorists would like, still place the importance of interpersonal problems above any individual concerns by taking the family as a system into account (Carr, 2012). The interpersonal nature of problems can also extend out of the family itself to include friends, extended family, schools and other social forces (Fishman & Fishman, 2003)....   [tags: psychotherapy, psychoanalysts, therapy] 703 words
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APA Codes of Ethics: 3.05 Multiple Relationships - APA Codes of Ethics: 3.05 Multiple Relationships Introduction The relationship between a therapist and their client is a very important. However, too many relationships with a client can be potentially harmful to the client as well as the therapist. American Psychological Association (APA) Codes of Ethics 3.05a deals with how to ethically handle multiple relationships. A dual or a multiple relationship exists whenever a counselor has other connections with a client in addition or in succession to the counselor–client relationship (Moleski & Kiselica, 2005)....   [tags: counseling]
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Dual Relationships and Self-Disclosure - Dual Relationships and Self-Disclosure Chemical Dependency counselors have quite a few ethical dilemmas to deal with. Therapists that are in recovery may confront some even more complex dilemmas, opposed to those who are not. There is a high percentage of addiction counselors that are in recovery. In fact, 55% of 36,000 members of the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counselors (NAADAC) are recovering alcoholics and 21% are recovering from some other chemical dependency. This brings up two sides to counselors in recovery....   [tags: Papers] 1117 words
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Importance of Rapport and Counselling Relationship - Counselling, having many different interpretations, can be taken to mean different things to different people, in different times and in different cultures. In keeping with a somewhat linguistically trusted understanding of the very word, according to the Oxford Dictionary, as a noun, counsel refers to advice; and as a verb, counselling refers to the act of giving advice. Yet, this synonymity between counsel and advice, is far from what people holding the profession of the aforementioned would consider accurate....   [tags: therapy, counselling-client dynamics]
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The Effects of a Long term Auditor- Client Relationship on the Quality on an Audit - ... 1.2Statement of the problem The long- term auditor-client relationship have an impact on the audit quality and is evident in audit firms in Zimbabwe. 1.3 Main Topic The Effects of a long-term Auditor- Client relationship on the Audit Quality.Case study of AMG Global Masvingo. 1.4 Research Questions The main topic gives rise to the following sub-questions: 1) What is the accounting firm’s current policy on an auditor - client relationship. 2) Does the long-term relationship between auditor and client enhance audit quality....   [tags: credibility, study, policy]
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No Ordinary Education: Sex Therapist - ... He was talking about sexual therapy. Before this I had never even heard of this career or anything like it. As he talked about these previous slaves of human trafficking, he mentioned the emotional scars of that horrific situation. Not only will these women have to emotionally return to a normal life, but how can they sexually trust someone again after that. He introduced their expert sexual therapist who talked about sexual therapy and how it can help these women return to a state of mind where they can trust people again and enter into healthy relationships without fear....   [tags: statement of purpose, career choices] 665 words
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Mediation and Advocacy as a Counsellor - When working as a counsellor, it will soon become very apparent that there is no perfect or set way of helping a client because client situations can be very different and far apart. Clients may ask for direct advice for their problems, but to be a clear and effective counsellor you need to find the best way to assist in empowering a client with the skills to make their own solutions. Most counsellors will borrow from many different frameworks, known as an integrative approach, as different clients have different needs....   [tags: Client Relationship, Integrative Approach]
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Analysis of The Client by John Grisham - Analysis of The Client by John Grisham The Client by John Grisham takes place in Memphis, Tennessee. It starts out with a little boy, named Mark and his brother sneaking into the woods to try and smoke cigarettes. While in the woods, they witness a man kill himself. But before he does so, this man tells Mark some very important secrets, which ends up putting Mark and his entire family at risk of being hurt. This event ends up putting Mark's brother in a coma. There are lawyers who keep on pressuring Mark to tell these things that he is not supposed to know, except that the Mafia threatens to kill Mark and his family if they tell the truth....   [tags: The Client John Grisham Essays] 1451 words
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How the Misuse of Norm-Referenced Tests can Impact the Assessment and Treatment of a Client - In this article, the authors discuss how the misuse of norm-referenced tests can impact the assessment and treatment of a client. Norm-referenced tests provide a comparison between the skills and behaviors assessed of a client to the relevant norms of a similar age group. According to the article, a clinician must ensure to properly use a norm-referenced test in order to provide evidence as to whether a client may need more assessments or whether a certain treatment approach is more beneficial to the client....   [tags: norms, referenced tests, client] 718 words
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Emotion-Focused Therapy: A Critical Approach - ... 78; Watson et al., 2011). Constructing the therapeutic relationship is one of the main responsibilities of the therapist in emotion-focused therapy. In the Greenburg case study involving a client named Todd, Dr. Greenburg employed many strategies to convey the empathic nature of the relationship ("Process Experiential Psychotherapy: An Emotion-Focused Approach," 2006). He engaged in various non-verbal behaviors, such as nodding his head and repeating vocalizations, like “yes,” “mhm,” “yeah,” and “hm,” while the client exposed his feelings ("Process Experiential Psychotherapy: An Emotion-Focused Approach," 2006)....   [tags: therapists, emotion-focused therapy]
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Physical Therapist Ethical Dilemma - Introduction For over 75 years the profession of physical therapy has required it's members to adhere to a standard of ethical behavior.1 The first Code of Ethics adopted by the American Physiotherapy Association in 1935 focused mainly on the relationship between the physical therapist (PT), referring physician, and the disciplinary actions of violating that relationship.2(p.4) Since then the Code of Ethics has evolved into what the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) refers to as the Code of Ethics for the Physical Therapist (PT Code), and the Standards of Ethical Conduct for the Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA Standards).2(p.5),3,4 Today the Code and Standards are designed a...   [tags: Medical Ethics]
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The Client- John Grisham - Biography John Grisham was born on February 8th in 1955 in Jonesboro, Arkansas. He was raised in a family of five children. During his youth he moved around a lot because his father was a construction worker. They lived in many different places, for example in Crenshaw, Mississippi. Finally the Grisham family settled in Southaven, a little town outside Memphis, when he was twelve and then he started studying at the Southaven High School. During his school years he was an athlete and he wanted to play either professio nal football or baseball....   [tags: Biography Analysis Grisham Client] 1755 words
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The Client - The Client A thriller is simply something that thrills you, but to do so in a movie the elements must be shown in such a way that you are intrigued from the first few minutes to the very last. In 'The Client', such factors are shown making this film a classified thriller. The first event of a good thriller must set off the plot, showing jeopardy and getting you interested in finding out what this movie is going to be about. At the very start of 'The Client' Mark Sway, a rebellious teenage boy, stumbles across a suicide, a situation that gives many conflicts to deal with and involves you in the movie at an early stage....   [tags: Papers] 968 words
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