3 Monitor the members progress from their experiences and how they extinguish

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3. Monitor the member’s progress from their experiences and how they extinguish emotions attached to the event. Focus on their personal safety, trust, self-esteem, parenting roles and intimacy issues. C. Session 3:Week Three 1 . Accepting and acknowledging support and care from close family and friends. 1. Encouraging members to openly speak of their past experiences to close family members and relatives to boost individual’s feeling of self-worth. Also allowing their spouses to accompany them for therapeutic sessions is a great move since they are likely to heal faster and do less counselling sessions. 2. Encourage members to seek help from within and outside the group. They can share contacts to share information they are comfortable with amongst each other. 2 . Come up with self –nurturing activities and hobbies 1. Put members into the task of formulating self- nurturing activities and ensure that they tackle at least 3 of these activities daily to erase the memories of the event. 2. Encourage members to share their views regarding the activities and how helpful they are in their lives. 3. Ask members to devise own ways of managing stress from various life events. 3. Join members of the public, private organizations and other stakeholders in creating and raising awareness about sexual 1. Urge members to end the assault culture by educating the people about sexual abuse, trauma, panic attack and PSTD’s that are related to the dreadful event. 2. Evaluate member’s participation in these campaigns to rate whether they have fully recovered.
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TREATMENT PLAN 6 abuse. 3. Encourage members to offer emotional support during the awareness campaigns to other victims and encourage them to start therapeutic sessions. References Chard, K. M., & Gilman, R. (2005). Counseling trauma victims: 4 brief therapies meet the test. Current Psychiatry , 4 (8), 50. Musliner, K. L., & Singer, J. B. (2014). Emotional support and adult depression in survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Child abuse & neglect , 38 (8), 1331-1340.
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