Cbt Model Of Counselling

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During this model, I took on the role of the person being counselled. This is when I noticed how important it was which method of counselling I used. As I was being counselled methods such as CBT or psychodynamic was being used, I felt on edge about how I would respond to the question or suggestion the counsellor put forward. I felt this emotion as I thought I have to answer according to what they want to hear and divert from my actual issue at hand. When I would voice what I was trying to make an understanding over it felt as though it was a battle of whose eighth or wrong would take place, pushing the matter more into CBT rather than Humanistic. Sanders , Wilkins and Frankland (2009) look into the CBT method which then talks about arguing…show more content…
Through being counselled and having variety of methods being thrown at me led me to approach my counsel in a careful, no judgemental manner as feeling like being on the other side was not helping me and making me rather uncomfortable being there. I came to decide to use the Humanistic, person centred approach of Carl Rodgers as it is a non judgemental, honest and empathic approach which makes the person being counselled feel comfortable and open to explore their feeling without going along with someone because they are seen as the "professional". After being counselled with these methods it made me not want to go back and work with that person as I felt they held a lot of power of me during a moment that was meant to be mine. The power between me and the counsellor being shifted to their side I think was because I was quieter and patty was much louder and vocal was intimidating so I went trough with following what she said and just…show more content…
This is something I've noticed I do a lot when I can't voice my opinions. I see this as something I have to still work on to challenge when I am put in that position as it stumps my learning and stops me from being able to be involved in group work process. As youth worker I see using the person centered approach as being very important as the voices are not being heard, or they feel as though they can't voice themselves, however isn't a personal centered approach would help them feel confident and comftobale during the session knowing that it as their space. At the beginning of the course I saw Skinner, B. F. (1978) Behavioural therapy as the best one to follow because of the human developing and learning process they go through to over come their issues however I know understand that it is not the way as it has a clear goal of achieving and getting rewarded could leave the person not wanting to try new things in life because of the fear of losing and takin away from a person by changing the ways in which they behave or get through hardship. Sanders , Wilkins and Frankland (2009) state how bevhioural therapy clear goal is to a chive and rewarded and that is achieved by unlearning old way habit and atttriybes of a
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