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This is done through checking for clinically relevant articles in online databases or by entering relevant keywords in search engines and other reliable sources. Finding external evidences can be applied in the overall clinical decision-making. It is important to base interventions on current evidences to give the clients tangible support of what is being done. Step Three: Determine the Level of Evidence and Critically Evaluate the Study Before making clinical decisions, it is important to check the reliability of the studies and evidences that were gathered in Step 2. This is done through evaluating them by using the adopted ratings or levels of clinical
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When looking at scope and techniques for creating a counselling plan, taking into consideration for all the below, there would need to be an initial screening and assessment of the client using standardised Sctt tool together with own agency instruments if chosen. Together with information received from other relevant agencies, available history, observations and referrals, the clinician would use the gathered data to create a client centred counselling plan. Additionally, the plan would be formed with keeping within counsellor’s scope and limitations, having a non-judgemental and client focussed approached for both mandated or voluntary clients. a. Safety or reporting issues – The requirements for safety or reporting issues in creating a counselling plan surround the responsibility of mandatory reporting.
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