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Coun & Personality Theories

by: Filomena Beer

Coun & Personality Theories COUN 834

Filomena Beer
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Filomena Beer on Wednesday October 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to COUN 834 at Texas Southern University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see /class/226262/coun-834-texas-southern-university in Christian Counseling at Texas Southern University.

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Date Created: 10/21/15
o What wonldyon be inclined to say to Loretta based on what she has told you privately As her therapist I39d remind Loretta of her right to privacy as a client and reiterate that I m legally obligated to keep information discussed in our sessions con dential with the exception of the belief a client may cause physical harm to them or others Corey 2009 p 41 Then would explain the therapy process and offer the option of individual counseling helps build trust and encourages more disclosure Lastly I d ask her a few questions to gain clarity to what she was thinking doing and feeling Corey 2009 p 12 1 Is this the first time either of you ve seen atherapist and have any other steps been taken to repair the marriage 2 Do you love your husband 3 Do you want a divorce 4 What are your feelings about yourself 0 Wonldyon be willing to work with Loretta if her aim was to continue her affair and keep her marriage Why or why not I would continue to work with Loretta because she is entitled to make her on choices without the fear of being judged by her therapist My job isn t to impose my values on her It s to empower her with the ability to make choices that lead to desired benef1cial outcomes 0 How wonldyonr views on extramarital affairs influence the interventions you made with Loretta and Bart I wouldn t allow my views on extramarital affairs in uence my intervention strategy other than suggesting individual counseling At this point additional information needs to be obtained from Loretta and Bart before deciding which approach is best Although information is limitedI 39m certain I would begin with Psychoanalytic therapy to lea1n of any signi cant events of each of their past that may in uence current behaVior Corey 2009 p 101 1 More than likely Gestalt therapy will also be used to help my clients gain selfawareness Corey 2009 p 12 The nal approach hasn t yet been identified 0 Would you encourage Loretta to divulge what she had told you privately in a later session with Bart Why or why not I would not encourage Loretta either way to tell or not I would take the focus off of her affair and marriage and place the focus on her We would work on goals selfdevelopment and selfawareness It isn t my place to tell her what she should or should not do I m there to help guide her through a process that empowers her to make informed decisions that lead to beneficial outcomes 0 1320 Would the element of the other man pressuring Loretta to make a decision have a bearing on your intervention in this case The pressure of the other man wouldn t impact my intervention other than encouraging Loretta to allow time for the therapy process to work before making any major life altering decisions Corey G 2009 Theory amp Practice of Counseling amp Psychotherapy Qhed Belmond CA BrooksCole


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