Structuring the Session & Progress Notes

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Prepping for the Session Study the client file and anticipate what issues you think are important. Think how you want to help the client. Prepare a tentative plan as a guide. Be flexible and scrap plan for more appropriate interventions. Initiating the session Develop rapport Structure the session Stressed as a separate element Critical part of any problem-solving methodology Each session Do you anticipate any special issues in regard to rapport development? What structure do you have for this session? Do you plan to sue a specific theory? Gather data and client strengths Franklin defined the problem Parsons considered personal traits, abilities, skills, interests, and the environment Each session What are the anticipated problems? Strengths? How do you plan to define the issues with the client? Will you emphasize behavior, thoughts, feelings, meaning? Mutual goal setting
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