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Template Client’s Name: James Bond (Fictitious name) Counselor: Charity Yarbrough Date of Session: March 24, 2019 Age: 53 Gender: Male Race: African American/Black Marital status: Single Occupation: Unemployed/homeless Veteran Client was brought in to A New Entry rehabilitation center by a case manager Lewis Orr from The Veteran Administration Center. The client is in treatment for alcohol addiction . Client states he is experiencing depression and no suicidal thoughts. Client states he has no religious preference, but he does believe in God. Client is taking Melatonin which was prescribed by his doctor at the VA hospital. Client described his family history as parents who drank “socially”. His mother drank wine occasionally and his father drank beer on occasion. The client says he is depressed because he has no job, house, car or girlfriend. Mr. Bond stated that he was in the military for 9 years and taught soldiers gun safety classes while there. Client has primarily been a loner for the past 6 years after a breakup with his girlfriend because she wanted to get married and he didn’t want to get married at that time. Client likes to go fishing and during some holidays he may attend dinner at a friend’s house when invited. Client says he went to Alcohol Anonymous once to try to cut his drinking down not stop altogether. Client states he is ready for change so he can get his life back on track by not drinking, getting a job, housing, car and meeting a nice lady he can grow old with. Dialogue Identify skills, techniques Analysis/assessment of dialogue Personal reactions and self-
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and theories, reflection to the interaction Charity: Good afternoon Mr. Bond I’m glad you are here. Mr. Bond: Thanks, I’m happy to be here. Charity: My name is Charity Yarbrough and I’m an Intern working on my Social work degree. I would like to ask you some questions so we can determine your needs and care. Let’s go into this office so we can talk. Introduction/caring Clarifying who I am and what I will be doing. Client was smiling. Mr. Bond: Lead the way, I’m ready. Charity: Have a seat and we can begin our conversation about your addiction. What brought you to treatment today? Mr. Bond: I need to stop drinking everyday so I can be able to keep a job and pay my bills.
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