It is the group therapy analogue of important therapeutic factors in individual therapy such insight working through the transference, and the corrective emotional experience. Also, it represents processes unique to the group setting that unfold only as a result of specific work on the part if the therapist. Interpersonal learning is also defined by the importance of interpersonal relationships and the group as social microcosm (Yalom & Leszcz, 2005, p. 19). In group therapy, this approach should be directed toward the correction of interpersonal distortions, thus enabling the client to lead a more abundant life, to participate collaboratively with others, to obtain interpersonal satisfaction in the context of realistic, mutually satisfying interpersonal relationships (Yalom & Leszcz, 2005, p.
Listening skills in my view is an art and creative discipline of the counselors’ therapeutic relationship. James and Gilliland (2013) points out that, listening skills is an essential characteristics of the counsel which should be used to encourage the client that you are listening. In watching the video with Drs. Drs. Christine Wallace and Kristin Wilkinson on occasion the counselor was not demonstrating active listening skills as she paraphrase statements that the clients made wrongly.
The assessment therapy helps Hoober gain more insight into the young adult’s mental state, behaviors, emotions, and history. Furthermore, attachment therapy is a therapy that Hoober values the most and is put into play when a counselor wants to understand the adult’s relationship with others (p. 439). On the other hand, Hoober uses person-centered therapy to facilitate the client’s personal growth. Person-centered therapy is when the counselor attempts to bring the client to reality about their experiences. When conducting structural family therapy, Hoober discloses how he barely works with children, although, when he does work with children, he is mostly conversing with the parents.
Build a rapport and trusting relationship with her. Assist with skills that involves identifying dysfunctional thoughts and evaluating how realistic her thought is, modifying her beliefs relating to others and assist with gaining a more adaptive and accurate perspective also initiate behaviors changes. In psychotherapy, my goals would be to emphasize what Cordrina thoughts are also, blend elements from different approaches and tailor her treatment according to the client needs build trust in client and therapist relationship, demonstrate empathy, help Cordrina respond to inaccurate or
INTRODUCTION Advanced Counselling Theories: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (PP) rooted from traditional psychoanalysis theories. PP operates with the basic assumption that focuses on unconscious processes, recognising how a person’s behaviour and feelings in the present rooted from childhood experiences in the past. The objective of PP is to facilitate client to reach self-awareness and to have a better understanding of the problems by identifying the origin of the issues as well as underlying causes that may be present. PP places heavy emphasis on client’s relationships and interpersonal experience (Shedler, 2010). The approach of PP acknowledge the importance of therapeutic alliance.
He saw people as striving to become fully functioning. He considered people as forward moving and socialized. Client-centered therapy is defined as a system of psychotherapy based on the assumption that the patient has the internal resources to improve and is in the best position to resolve his or her own personality dysfunction. As known as Personal client therapy (PCT) the therapist is not there to exert their authority, but to allow the client to openly express themselves in order to come to a resolve. Through allowing the client to selflessly express their feelings and emotional state, the therapist is able to understand and decipher the basis of the client’s anxiety or issue.
CBT, in simple terms is a psychotherapy which helps coach or encourage a person to look at how they think and behave and gives them the knowledge to make better choices for a more positive outcome. Knowing and recognising thought and behaviour patterns allows us to make changes in our conditioned
The client would then be engaged in analysis and interpretation to explore the meaning of client’s experience as the therapist journey together to explore any underlying issues the client may have. Likewise, the interpretation is then used to develop insights. By developing insights, Mei Lin would be able to reconstruct her behaviour and functioning, coming to term with what had happened in the past, and eliminate maladaptive
Introduction This reflective journal explores different approaches to the practice of counselling and psychotherapy. The personal reflections and prior assumptions of a potential therapist are examined, alongside the merits of each approach, and compared to some of the theoretical hypotheses and explanations of practical techniques commonly employed by the Adlerian, Existential and Gestalt approaches to counselling and psychotherapy. For a therapist contemplating a career in counselling, the journal writing process serves as an introductory guide to evaluating and understanding the major theoretical approaches to therapeutic practice. Each journal entry provides a review of the potential therapist’s pre-reading understanding of each approach.
However, the Motivational Interviewing skills session and the writing of this essay has given me confidence. I really felt I had a talent for Motivational Interviewing. My patient confided in me and came to the realisation that he wanted to change, due to my Motivational Interviewing Skills. I really felt, as a team we had succeeded together. In understanding the guiding principles (U.L.E) and relating them to my digital recording, I examined and critiqued my own Motivational Interviewing skills.