By Gerald Corey
Scholars enhance their own healing sort as Corey demonstrates -- utilizing the case of Ruth -- how ideas and strategies from quite a few theoretical views might be effectively integrated into assorted levels of the counseling method. In turning into the buyer sections, scholars are invited to place themselves within the footwear of the buyer whereas Dr. Corey applies the themes of every bankruptcy to them. This version additionally contains new fabric in each bankruptcy, in addition to key findings from contemporary examine.
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At each session, it will be critical that Ruth and I spend a brief amount of time assessing the degree to which counseling is helping her attain her goals. If her goals seem to lose vitality, this is a sign that we need to take another look at what she most wants to explore in our sessions. At the beginning of most sessions, Ruth and I will discuss at least brieﬂy what she wants from this particular session. I tend to ask these questions: • What are you aware of as you approach this session? • How do you want to use your time in here today?
Ruth reports that she would like to be more assertive. When she says this, I help her pinpoint speciﬁc instances in which she is not assertive and ask her to describe what she actually does or does not do in such circumstances. We consistently move from the general to the speciﬁc. The more concrete she is, the greater are her chances of attaining what she wants. I suggest that Ruth use a journal to keep track of how she is doing in meeting her goals. Journal writing can bring clarity to her work in the therapy sessions, and this practice is a good way to extend the inﬂuence of what we do together into her daily life.
After reading this chapter about the therapeutic relationship, take time to reﬂect on the following questions as a way of clarifying your thoughts on the kinds of relationships you want to create with your clients: • How do you view the role of techniques in the counseling process? • What emphasis do you place on the client–therapist relationship? If you had to describe in a few words what you consider a “working relationship” to be, what would you tell your client? • How important do you consider your self-disclosure to be in your work as a counselor?