Stages of Counseling Session Essay

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    Based on the current week's reading assignments a developed counseling plan, incorporated from the General Process Model (GPM), that could be used by a pastoral or lay counselor working with children or adolescents would consist of the Outlined process below: Even though, it is imperative to remember that while the child may be the focus of the counseling session, the legal guardian is essentially the client from a legal and ethical perspective (Ohlschlager and Clinton, 545). Lay counselors must keep in mind the characteristics of a counselor, when involving oneself with children and adolescence. When deciding to counselor children one must possess the ability to establish a good relationship with children. In addition, it is imperative…

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    Developmental counseling is very complex process, that may benefit supervisor and employees, if it used in the right manner. Every manager must know how to use counseling. In this will paper we will review a basic counseling approaches, and show the basic structure of the counseling session. Let’s begin with the purpose of developmental counseling. Every work place has a stressful situations, that may lead to the issues affecting work performance. and developmental consoling one of the…

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    Sue and Sue (2016) disclose that all cultures have specific heritages that make them different from each other. However, some of the distinctions can create monolithic view towards their attitudes and behaviors (Sue and Sue, 2016, p. 358). While working with different minority groups, it can be difficult assisting each minority group. Based on Sue and Sue’s (2016) research, they discuss the racial/cultural identity development stages that assists professionals counseling in the multicultural…

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    During the preparation stage, a person is preparing to take the necessary steps to change (Capuzzi & Stauffer, 2012). Eighth Week/Session Ted enter this week having some experience in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings. He shares his first experience in stating to others, “I am Ted and I am an alcoholic.” He stated it felt “right” to share that with other members of the meetings. Although Ted reported having sleep issues and difficulty during late evenings, his relationship with his daughter…

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    In conclusion, counseling can address the issue of emotional eating for Client X through an integrated approach of dialectal and cognitive-behavioral therapy focusing on maladaptive eating behavior patterns. Both individual and group counseling settings can benefit Client X in an attempt to recognize maladaptive behaviors and enact changes by distinguishing between physiological hunger and emotional reactions. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) connects cognitive and behavioral therapies…

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    Reflective Listening Essay

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    It is in this session that I helped the client to focus on the wider issues around the problem. This I achieved through challenging the client positively by asking him if he thought whether the situation would still have ended the same way it was if he did things differently. I also inquired whether he thought there were reasons that made the individual behave the way she did. These questions also allowed my client to express his emotions regarding the situation which would be helpful for him…

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    What stood out to me during the first group counseling session was Dennis reaction to Veronica’s resilience story of being a single parent and her relationship with her partner. Dennis’ reaction to Veronica’s story made me want to contribute if I were a participant in the group counseling session, as I have gone through a similar situation. After hearing both stories it was fascinating to see the benefits of the group counseling session as both participants were able to empathizes with one…

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    it the finest I’ve seen. One of the psychologist, is the support psychology- her role is fulfilled in counseling, general education or universal support, and 504 coordination and after I observed her one-on-one counseling over a few day, we discussed the trends…

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    Dialectical Therapy

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    patient can start any of these session the patient must commit to participating in these sessions. This treatment program…

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    comes to know Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior it marks the end of a stage in their life with the death of their innate natural man. However, the ending here is not in and of itself the end. On the contrary, death of the natural man gives birth to the spiritual man. A new beginning filled with hope, faith, and praise: A time for joyful expression and new adventures. But what does this new spiritual man do? How do they act? What unknowns lay ahead? Well, with the help of one’s…

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