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    encourages clients to believe that they can change, it establishes a nonjudgmental and collaborative relationship, its more about listen than telling the client what to do and also helps to find healthy behavior changes. Preparation and Homework: First, I would have to clarify my own values about why as a social worker I believe the group will be effective and useful to the population I’m working with. I would then plan for the group; I would do this by considering objectives, the members, the rules

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    more and use their names more. My second session was coaching 15 – 16 year olds for a netball tournament. The feedback was excellent. They commented that all my equipment was checked for any damage before use and checked that it was available. Overall the conveyance of the session went smoothly. The participants were given clear instructions of what was expected of them. The code of conduct was not made very clear at the beginning of the session. The comments given about my performance

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    interesting at my internship site (multiple locations) and as member of a support group in Dr. Sartor’s class. Not only did I get to see group therapy in action, I had actually learned something about myself and the bias of my emotions. During group session, I felt confident in my anger and frustration that I ranted about a situation that occurred at my internship site (Acorn Daycare) with a student client and a teacher. Along with the incident, my emotions had magnified about the unpreparedness I had

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    The client presented a problem of low self-worth and difficulty to manage her emotion after the reduction of her children’s access. Based on 7 counselling sessions and the information collected from FCC, I noted the following four categories of problems for ML (Appendix C): a. Thoughts Client had thought that she could not cry in front of people because she would disturb others. She could not trust people because she thought they would gossip about her. She thought that she was not being respected

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    As I myself have put forward learning objective suggestions that have given rise to such issues, it would perhaps be more prudent of me to consider what learning objectives we may need for the case study prior to the first tutorial group discussing it, in order to have more time to process and refine the objectives I might

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    The theme of this study is to investigate the efficiency of hypnotherapy, with regard to smoking cessation. An evaluation will be made regarding the efficacy of single session therapy, against multiple session therapy. In view of this evaluation, a non-clinical case study will be discussed, in order to assess the benefits of tailoring therapy around the needs of the individual. Hypnotherapy for smoking cessation has produced impressive results, according to numerous studies. Having said this, results

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    Introduction Ethical guidelines Many shared that rapport building between counselor and client is one of the significant steps in ensuring the success of the counselling process (Achmon, 2004; Davis & Ritchie, 2003; Glosoff, Herlihy & Spence, 2000). When rapport is established, clients felt more motivated to share their issues explicitly and this facilitates a successful intervention. Along with confidentiality, it further provides a safe environment for them. Before the signing of Confidentiality

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    When I was younger I loved playing with baby dolls acting like a mother aspiring to be a great mother one day. When I was two my parents got divorced this meant I only saw my mom every other weekend, with my dad having split custody with her. Growing up with a single parents is not always easy because sometimes you won’t always have what you desire to have or get all the attention you need as a child. Money can be tight, work can be scarce, or your parent can be really successful. It all depends

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    As I observed the practice session with Mary acting in the role of the therapist and Stephanie playing the client, I saw great examples of active listening and rapport building. As Stephanie revealed her frustrations and struggles about working with non-productive co-workers, Mary nodded in agreement, validated, and also restated, in a calming voice, what Stephanie said. Because Stephanie felt heard and understood by Mary, Stephanie felt comfortable expressing and exploring her feelings and wishes

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    First Session During the first session with the client we went over the consent form and I asked them if there were any questions about it, which they had only one to make sure that it was not being show to the entire class, once answered they signed the form. I think that when I make my own form I will have a better understanding of how to explain the reason behind it and also better explain what it is form. After the form was signed I conducted and interview with the client. During this interview

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