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Running Head: REFLECTION OF CLIENT 1 Reflection of Client’s Session Angela Bartling Grand Canyon University April 17, 2018
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REFLECTION OF CLIENT 2 When working with my friend and doing a mock session it went really well and we were able to talk through some of her own questions that she asked herself about her own future. She does talk with her Pastor about some of her tribulations but she stated that when we finished up that she was really glad that she was able to help me while also helping her look at her situations from a different perspective. The line of questioning that I used when determining goals and talking to my friend (client) was, The Five Stepping Stones by   Nadine Abdel Khalek. For this line of questioning, “the coach is in charge of the process which is creating safe space and supportive environment, asking specific questions, timekeeping, ensuring the client sets clear goals, strategies and actions, holding the client accountable and keeping the client focused. The client is in charge of the content which is choosing the area of focus for the coaching session, creating specific goals, strategies and actions as well as deciding the time frame” (Khalek, 2014). The Five Stepping Stones strategy is: First stone is Present in the moment meaning that these questions are based on the here and now. Questions such as, “What do you want to focus on today? What is currently consuming most of your energy? What is holding you back?” (Khalek, 2014) Second stone is Outcome and Goal setting, which is the step that “the client will articulate his goal, vision and purpose. It is the starting point of drawing the line that will allow the change to occur” (Khalek, 2014). Questions for this stone are “What are the resources that you need? What obstacles may prevent you from achieving your goal”? (Khalek, 2014) Third stepping stone is Recognize your feelings and intentions. “This will unveil the client layers. It will help the client to reach a more profound understanding of the core issue” (Khalek, 2014). Questions for this step include, “What are your feelings and
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