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Counselor:Hi, Cindy. How are you doing today? Skills used: Opening, Attending, Processing: I hope she is having a good day. Client: I'm doing fine, thank you.Counselor: Glad to see you. Skills used: Opening, Attending Processing: NoneClient: Thank you. I, I'm glad to be here.Counselor: Well, Cindy, I want you to know that, you know, this is our very last session. Skills used: Attending, Opening, Termination Processing: I can’t believe this is our last session.Client: Aww.Counselor: And I also want you to know that my door is always open, so if you need to come to me and talk to me, you just, you know, get permission from your teacher and say, "I need to go see Mrs. Yates.", and she will give you a pass and you can come and see me. Skills used:
Client: I haven't really tried it yet. I, she's harder to talk to than my dad and she's so busy at homeand she's got that wo-, sometimes she works too, and she volunteers and she has to help ... You know, I told you she has to help a lot with my brother and sister because they're not, they don't always do what they're supposed to do. So, by the time she's done all of that, she doesn't have toomuch time to just sit around and talk, so I haven't really tried.Counselor: I was wondering how you plan to, you know, talk to your mom, or have talked to her any if you feel like you need to talk to her.Client: Well, one thing is that unless my dad told her, which I c-, maybe he did, but I feel like shemay not really know how it hurts my feelings when she doesn't really take time to notice my, my good grades and the way I'm following all the rules and trying to do the right things. I guess