Once you have done that, identify how those problems were solved.
This will bring you to the next section - Solution - this is the most technical part, in which you have to explain the solution and its components.
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The therapist strives to be congruent, to experience unconditional positive regard and empathic understanding towards the client.
(Bozarth, 1998, p.8) To provide a vignette, the client, Diana, is 64 years old, has been married to her husband John for over 40 years and has no children.Diana relocated from Matlock in Derbyshire to Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire in March 2009 and has been struggling with the transition, as well as her ongoing issues, since then.To date, Diana has attended 26 counselling sessions all of which, with the exception of 2, have taken place in the same room, in the same placement, the Boatshed in Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire.All services provided by the Boatshed are currently free to its users.The counselling room within the placement is private, secure and comfortable and most importantly, clients do not have to report to reception and can enter the counselling room without being observed.values and injunctions …” (Tolan, 2003, p.4), which she referred to as “ways I am supposed to act and feel, people tell me how I should behave, my grand-mother told me that girls are meant to be seen but not heard”.Diana adopted introjected conditions of worth, such as feeling ungrateful [CL 119, 187] primarily from her father and grand-mother.Sessions took place on either a Tuesday morning or a Wednesday afternoon.The Boatshed, so named because it was formerly the home to the town’s lifeboat service, is a community based Multi-Use Centre which provides counselling, Citizen’s Advice, social services, internet access and support and advice to those who need it.You can view samples of our professional work here.Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of UK Essays.