CLIENT: Ya. Unless its my family members or friends, I don’t really talk to people I don’t know. My mom always talks to me about stranger danger.
COUNSELOR: She’s right to say that. Better to be careful, but eventually its going to be important that you are able to meet people that you don’t know. It can be a wonderful skill to have. CLIENT: Maybe when I’m older. Right now, I don’t really like to talk to new people. COUNSELOR: Would it make a difference if it were people your own age? You said you’ve made some friends at school. Could you go up to someone at school that you didn’t know and say hello? CLIENT: I don’t really do that, but I guess I could try. COUNSELOR: I would love to see that happen. Maybe this coming week when you go back to school we could try that. I’d also like to meet with your parents this week and have a chat with them. Would that be okay with you? CLIENT: Ya, my mom likes to talk. COUNSELOR: Great. I’m so glad that you came to talk to me today. You’re a very smart little girl. And I want to help stop some of this worry that you have going on. I would like to see you a few more times if that’s okay with you? CLIENT: I’ll come back. COUNSELOR: This is the end of our session today. Let’s get you back to your mom and we can schedule another meeting time.
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