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triggered by their age or lack of respect or each other Killian (2001). So after listening carefully to both parties then the supervisee can decide on what to do and how well to handle them to avoid confrontations the supervisee should be prepared to overcome whatever it is that the advisee have to say for themselves without making any conclusions and judgments yet. The cause of their conflict may involve a third party, like the children of the couple who may have knowledge of the cause of the problems between their parents; their contribution could be really helpful. 2. Implement the decisions made- having come up with the perfect to deal with the issue at hand, then it is time to put it into action. The supervisee has to make the decision of letting the issue rest until they have acquired more information or let the issue rest for themselves. Theses decisions will be critical when it comes to the final stage of dealing with the advisees.
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PSYCHOLOGY CASE ANALYSIS 7 3. Learning from experience- from the situation, evaluate the lessons learnt and they were handled. Relating with what has been learnt and any other relevant information that may be available, then the counselling process can then commence. Put into consideration the feelings of the two parents and the outcome of the therapy. Be patient with them and do not apply any technological services that they may not understand or have knowledge of as this would frustrate them at some point. The option that best upholds the ethical standards of the profession is efficiency. Both the supervisors and the supervisees are required to maintain high levels of efficiency and competency. This mainly applies when counselling and giving any form of advice. Any mistakes could lead to complications and misinformation relayed out there could cause more problems and harm to the advisees.
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PSYCHOLOGY CASE ANALYSIS 8 References Boorhem, H. (2009). Ethical Decision-Making in Family Therapy. Gardner, D. (2002). Cross cultural perspectives in supervision. The Western Journal of Black Studies, 26, 98-106. Killian, D. (2001). Differences making a difference: Cross-cultural interactions in supervisory relationships. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 12, 61-103.
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