Clients Three Counselor Three do yall go meet at their house or your house what

Clients three counselor three do yall go meet at

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Clients: Three Counselor> Three do ya’ll go meet at their house or your house what do ya’ll do? Client: I can’t visit at all Counselor: Why you can’t visit your friend Client: Because I have this ankle bracelet on Counselor: How long did you have the bracelet on? They continue to speak about current situation. Counselor atempts to get client to understand or focus on what life was like before the age of 12. He recalls being able to go to friends home and play video games Active listening; prompts; seeking common grounds This portion here gets a beter understanding of the level of safety the client experiences There’s still mention of the social economics regarding his friendships The client still displays some difficulty with processing. I think it is very important for us as the counselors to get a beter understanding of his charges and the reason for his mistakes. Then put short term and long term goals in to perspective. During the interaction we noticed his atention span is a litle short and he appears to become overwhelmed after a while through body language. Counselor: So after 12 everything changed Use of open-ended The life model was used here to The age 12 was significant
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Name: Larquita Taylor-Scot Date: 10/21/2019 and you had to stay in the house? So, did you call or use the phone. Client: Yea, my parent won’t let me because I use it like really long for like an hour. Counselor: How did you feel about that? Client: What using the phone for an hour? Counselor: No, feel about your change. Before 12 you could go out and hang with your friends and then after `12 you’re basically in the house. Client: Felt upset at that time Counselor: How did you handle it? Did you express your feelings? Client: Na I just found something in my house to relax. Counselor: So when you talk to your dad well your grandpa since that is the person you talk to were you frustrated did you feel like you wanted to go out and have fun or whatever. What would he tell you when you tell him I want to go to the park I want to have fun or go out Client: Be careful watch out for people if you’re bringing your bike chain it up or whatever Counselor: So, in your environment where you are right now do you consider it a safe environment, do you feel safe Client: Like here? Counselor: No, at home before this place. You’re 14 right? What do you feel 14 year old boys do. Client : My parents say I have the mind of like an 8-year old questions; checking for accuracy; listening to underlying message identify changes within his life or stressful life transition (Piedra, Engsrom, 2009). He noticed there was a transition when he turned 12. There may have even been some cognitive theory to express his way of thinking during his period of being upset. In addition, psychoanalytical theory was touched upon, with the client’s developmental stages. period for him. He remembers there was a transition from him being a good kid to getting in trouble and on probation.
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