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Mears (2010) refers to this process as “the way professional counselors make meaning out of the information they have gathered” (p.282). An effective case conceptualization is dependent on the assessment as well as the counselor’s skill and attentiveness in processing that information. Other factors that influence the case conceptualization include the counselor’s theoretical foundation and cultural considerations related to the client concerns (Mears, 2010). The assessment and case conceptualization are critical in guiding a counselor to create a treatment plan. The treatment plan outlines the specific goals and interventions that will guide the counseling process (Mears, 2010).
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In this essay the ethical principles that underpin counselling in theory and practice will be discussed and within this context and parameters of providing therapy will include the importance of working with clients to establish and maintain this therapeutic framework. The therapeutic framework is a set of laid down conditions governing how the practitioner should adhere to the core values, principles and morals that they are expected to work within, to provide therapy that is ethical and safe. The BACP(2012), states that “Values inform principles”, which means that if the therapists values aren’t strong the principles needed will be affected.. Maulhauser(2008)Argues that the reasons people come to counselling or psychotherapy are as varied as people themselves. The client is vulnerable,
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