100%(1)1 out of 1 people found this document helpful
This preview shows page 1 - 2 out of 4 pages.
CASE STUDY 1XXXXXXSOC-386 7/12/2020Fostering Recovery through Task-Centered PracticeThis case study is first reflected by strength-based perspective on a marriage. It is based off the client’s strength and their beliefs which is focus on their internal strengths. Therefore, thiswill help them with their selves and all they need is someone to coach them and guide them into the right direction. It is talked about in the article that recovery is about understanding their strengths and helping them move forward in their situation. Them focusing on their strengths will them over come their fear and help them build a personal model of resilience. However, the other perspective can be applied is Empowerment Theory which this helps with a change in attitudes and beliefs this can turn them into a positive path (Langer, C.L.,& Lietz,.C.2014)When a person changes their way of thinking it can produce a big change in their impact of life. Just not physically but mentally too. In this case a counselor needs honor the client’s choice by helping them make choices in more effectively way.