Musterbation thinking in must or should terms purpose

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Musterbation – thinking in “must” or “should” terms Purpose of the different information oriented first interviews (ch 6) – look in book!!! o Two functions Intake interview to collect needed info about client Can signal the beginning of a relationship Information Oriented-Interviews o Psychosocial Interview Personal History Family History Educational “ Employment History Medical Conditions Relationship with family members Drug Use o Diagnostic Interview o First-Interview as First-Session Clinical, guidance, and counseling psychology(Definitions what is the difference between – what do they focus on) (ch 1?) o Counseling psychology The application of mental health, psychological or human development principles, through cognitive, affective, behavioral or systemic interventions, strategies that address wellness, personal growth, or career development, as well as pathology. o Psychotherapy (clinical) Focuses on serious problems associated with intrapsychic, internal, and personal issues and conflicts. o Guidance Process of helping people make important choices that affect their lives such as choosing a preferred lifestyle Client resistance and reluctance (ch 6) def. and what they focus on o Client resistance
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Putting self in counseling but is not entirely willing to open up to being counseled o Client reluctance Doesn’t want to be counseled Indicators of “good goals” in counseling (ch 6) o Observable (“I don’t want to raise my voice when my daughter come home late.”) o Mutually Agreed-Upon o Specific o Behavioral (“I don’t want to point my finger when talking with my daughter.”) o Understandable o Measurable The counselor qualities that influence the counseling process (ch 2) o Curiosity and Inquisitiveness A natural interest in people o Ability to Listen The ability to find listening stimulating o Empathy Comfort dealing with a wide range of feelings, form anger to joy o Emotionally Insightful o Introspective Capabilities The ability to see or feel from within o Ability to deny-self The ability to set aside person needs to listen and take care of others needs first o Tolerance of intimacy The ability to sistain emotional closeness o Comfort with power The acceptance of power with a certain degree of detachment o Humor The capability of seeing the bittersweet quality of life events and the
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