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Ethical Dilemmas In Counseling Case Studies
Challenges abound...: E-therapy can be effective if the patient can adjust his/her expectations. I have a good e-therapy practice and I find the biggest struggle for clients is being committed to homework assignments and expecting immediate results with minimal effort.See 2 more doctor answers
Analysis of triggers: Decoding or trigger decoding is a concept developed by Robert J. Langs (1928-2014), psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, who wrote extensively on his theories and clinical method. It refers to his method of identifying the themes of our unconscious processes so we may confront our deepest fears.
It can be: For some, online counseing can be effective, Check you state laws to see if it is legal in the state you happen to live in. Generally speaking, counseling in person is best. One cannot substitute in-person body language and facial expressions with online interaction. Think of it this way: if you happen to be a movie person which would be better, having someone describe a movie to you, or seeing itSee 1 more doctor answer
He must want it: Your future husband must want the counseling for himself, and no one can force him into it, and expect good results. My first psychology professor told us a joke that is clinically as valid back then as it is today, as follows: "How many psychologists does it take to change a light bulb? Only one, but only if the light bulb wants to change." Are you 100% sure he is Mr. Right?See 2 more doctor answers
45-50 minutes: A typical psychology intake lasts an hour and a half. Basic identifying information is gathered, such as current emotional issues, a basic history, any physical ailments it may be impeding on psychological functioning and medications that are currently being taken. Follow-up sessions after the intake typically run 45 to 50 minutes.See 1 more doctor answer
See below: Yes, you can refuse counseling if you're over 18. If person is not mandated by the legal system, s/he can refuse counseling with whatever consequences to that person's functioning. Usually, if counseling is mandated by the legal system and the client is not cooperative there are consequences to that on the legal level.See 1 more doctor answer
County, private pay: There are many private counselors out there work specifically on cash basis alone. If finances are a concern, you can find a county clinic or try to locate a fqhc (federally qualified health center), which can plug you into counseling services, and you pay on sliding scale. Good luck!
Comfort vs shared: I would say shared values are comparatively unimportant in counseling, whereas feeling comfortable with your counselor is far more important. The values of your counselor are not why you're there. It's your values and emotions that should be of primary clinical focus.See 1 more doctor answer
See below: Contact your local health department -- it might serve as a good starting point. Http://dbhids. Org/ the link above is pa department of mental health. Good luck!See 3 more doctor answers
Counseling: Ask yourself the following question: are you feeling sick and tired of feeling sick and tired? If the answer is yes, then now is the time.
For free counseling: Try your local mental health center, a local college or university with a psychology training program, or a local medical school with a psychiatry training program. The mental health center may have a sliding fee based on income. The training programs may provide services to community people as training for their students.See 2 more doctor answers
Many: As a psychiatrist I have been a consumer of mental health services for about 20 or more years. Therapy has taught me how to deal with major life stressors, deal with mental issues in the family., how to cope with loss and adversity, and the critical omportance of listening empathic ally. It has given me greater in sites into what to do in therapy than my actual training program could.See 2 more doctor answers
Clouded eyes: It is likely the future depresses you because you are having difficulty seeing the positive possibilities the future holds. My experience suggests that people who awfulize/catastrophize and engage in other thinking errors regularly struggle to find hope and a positive outlook when considering the future.See 3 more doctor answers
Law enforcement: No one, not even a physician, can do as much genuine good in a community as a wise police officer. It was my first career choice, and only when I discovered I had much more science smarts than street smarts did I settle for runner-up and become a physician. Whatever you choose, keep your eyes peeled to those in need in your own community, especially the neglected kids in your own neighborhood.See 5 more doctor answers
I have mixed: Feelings about smartphone counseling. It's one thing to have instant access, or easier access, but it's not quite the same as the real thing. Surveys say 80% of clients are "OK" with this counseling approach, but the number of providers who like it may be much less. Legal troubles also abound, particularly for diagnosing and/or prescribing during the first visit without an in-0ffice visit.
Mirror Look: Good counseling is slow and thorough. It will depend in establishing confidence with the therapist. Beware, there will be touchy issues to tackle and this may cause you discomfort. Good therapy should help with your confidence but there's no quick fix to whatever answers you are looking for.See 1 more doctor answer
How does counseling help someone WHO is scared to tell someone what they are really thinking and doing?
Please: Have an older person ask the question
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