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  1. HS 103 • Class 2

  2. Relationship Traits • Relationship has goals and ending point • Must be in cultural context • Time is valuable • Deal with issues outside relationship • Must agree on cause • Relationship can change • Relation with person is Key* • One person has more control*

  3. Practical Dimensions of Counselor • Commitment • Trust • Empathy • Confidentiality • Benevolent Power

  4. 1st meeting with Client • Rules • Hope • Assure Confidence • Assess Expectations • Collect/Give information • Identify Problems • Start Intervention

  5. Definitions • 1) Coaching • 2) Counseling • 3) Counselor • 4) Crisis Intervention • 5) Group Counseling • 6) Group Psychotherapy • 7) Multicultural Counseling • 8) Psychiatry

  6. Definitions • 9) Psychology  • 10) Psychotherapy • 11) Technique • 12) Template • 13) Theory • 14) Confidentiality • 15) Informed Consent  • 16) Licensure • 17) Privileged Communication

  7. Other Counseling Issues • Avoiding Perfectionism • Being Honest about Our Limitations • Understanding Silence • Dealing with Demands from Clients • Avoiding Losing Ourselves • Developing a Sense of Humor • Sharing Responsibility • Declining to Give Advice

  8. Paper Information • http://citationmachine.net • http://www.ulrichsweb.com/ulrichsweb/

  9. Case of Stan • As you read about Stan ask yourself: • What themes in Stan’s life merit special attention? • What techniques and methods would best meet these goals? • What characterizes the relationship between Stan and his therapist? • How might the therapist precede?

  10. Professional Codes • The principles that underlie our professional codes • Benefit others, do no harm, respect other’s autonomy, be just, fair and faithful • The role of ethical codes ~ they: • Educate us about responsibilities, are a basis for accountability, protect clients, are a basis for improving professional practice • Making ethical decisions • Identify the problem, review relevant codes, seek consultation, brainstorm, list consequences and decide

  11. Client’s Rights • Right to Informed Consent • Therapeutic Process • Expected roles • Risks/benefits • Costs • Rights to access file • Diagnostic labeling • Qualifications/training of counselor

  12. Client’s Rights – cont’ • Right to Privacy • Meaning of Confidentiality • Limitations of Confidentiality • Homicidal Ideation • Suicidal Ideation • Abuse/Neglect • Court Order • Under legal age • Privileged Communication

  13. Client’s Rights – cont’ • Right to Protection from Harm • Right to Refuse Treatment • Right to Competent Treatment

  14. Dual Roles – some are inevitable • Some helpful questions: • Will my dual relationship keep me from confronting and challenging the client? • Will my needs for the relationship become more important than therapeutic activities? • Can my client manage the dual relationship? • Whose needs are being met -- my client’s or my own? • Can I recognize and manage professionally my attraction to my client?

  15. Group Activity • Introductions – First sessions