Case of Jeff

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Attached documents in relation to Case of Jeff. Assignment is Case conceptualisation and plan using a selected counselling approach/model.
Purpose:
To demonstrate how you, as therapist, conceptualises  (i.e. understands and works) with a client’s issues using a certain counselling theory.
To demonstrate a critical understanding of this counselling theory, including its strengths and limitations.
Assignment Process:
Read and consider the Case Scenario provided (on Assignment block in UCLearn) as a beginning point for your case conceptualization.hoose a primary counselling approach (a different approach than used in Ass2)
Complete and attach an Intake Summary (see UCLearn).
View and reference a new video of the chosen approach (not Corey’s).
This assignment asks you to adddress specific questions (use these questions as headings)
In working with Jeff using your chosen apporach:
I.      What is the rationale for your choice of approach?
II.    How would you assess themes in the client’s presentation that merit Cspecial attention?
III.    What techniques and methods would best meet the goals of therapy?
IV.    Describe the therapeutic relationship you would establish?
V.    How might you proceed in the first 2 sessions?
VI.    What would your medium and long term goals be?
VII.    What might be the strengths of this approach, and challenges for you?
VIII.    What other approaches might you use to complement your chosen theory?
Assessment-3 criteria:1. Clear conceptualisation and approapriate application of the chosen theory (30%)
2. Understanding of client issues and choice of techniques (30%)
3. Personal and professional self-reflection (10%)
4. Demonstration of understanding and analysis of a range of sources used in the essay including SIX counselling books, journals and websites (20%)
5. Appropriate use of writing conventions (10%) – this includes:
Appropriate essay layout and structure (e.g. introduction, body, conclusion)
Sentence and paragraph structure and within word limit
Spelling and grammar
Ass3 COUNSELLING CASE of Jeff – Intake Summary TEMPLATE 2018
 
Date:                   Clinicians name:                                       (NB Use as a guide. Short answers only.)
Client Goals for Counselling (hopes & fears):
 
Presenting Problem(s):

  • Description and manifestation of the problem:
  • Duration of problem, any changes in severity over time:
  • Any triggers or factors contributing to or maintaining the problem:
  • Any current risk issues (suicide, self-harm, harm to others) (e.g., thoughts, plans, intent) :
  • Does the problem cause significant distress and/or interfere with day-to-day functioning (specify how they interfere with functioning) :

 
History:

  • Previous counselling//intervention received for this problem:
  • What did and did not work:
  • Any history of psychiatric diagnosis/treatment:
  • History of any risk issues (suicide attempts, self-harm, harm to others) :

 
Drug and Alcohol:

  • Past and present use of alcohol and other substances (including legal and illicit substances, cigarettes) :

o             Amounts and frequency:
o             When did they last use? :

  • Prior and current treatments for alcohol or substance use issues:

 
Medical History:

  • Current and past significant health issues or disability:
  • Current Medications:

 
Personal History:

  • Genogram (include):
  • Family background (incl. history of mental illness in family background, cultural background) :
  • Living situation: Alone, Shared home, with family of origin
  • Social functioning and supports:
  • Hobbies/interests:
  • Any relevant educational and/or employment history :
  • Financial issues : Y/N
  • Personal strengths:
  • Other relevant history (e.g., religious, forensic, sexual, adverse events) :

 
 
 
Observations (by clinician if noteworthy):

  • Appearance:
  • Behaviour During Interview:
  • Speech:
  • Affect/ Mood:
  • Thought Form and Content:
  • Cognition:
  • Insight and Judgment:

 
Risk Issues (suicide, self-harm or harm to others):

  • Previous history of suicide attempts, self-harm or harm to others? :
  • Current thoughts of suicide, self-harm or harm to others? Plans and intent? :

 
Exclusion Criteria (cross off those immaterial)

  • Criminal record of violent offences (including sexual offences) that may pose a risk to the general public:
  • Moderate to high risk of suicide:
  • Significant and persistent history of self-harm (suggesting difficulties exceeding the level of complexity expected, and need consultation with clinical supervisor):
  • Matters related to court proceedings (e.g. assessments for family court, medico-legal assessments) :
  • Assessments and interventions for compensation purposes (e.g. workers compensation, Comcare) :
  • Individuals who have been excluded from university courses on the basis of prior inappropriate behaviour:

 
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Case of Jeff

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Attached documents in relation to Case of Jeff. Assignment is Case conceptualisation and plan using a selected counselling approach/model.
Purpose:
To demonstrate how you, as therapist, conceptualises  (i.e. understands and works) with a client’s issues using a certain counselling theory.
To demonstrate a critical understanding of this counselling theory, including its strengths and limitations.
Assignment Process:
Read and consider the Case Scenario provided (on Assignment block in UCLearn) as a beginning point for your case conceptualization.hoose a primary counselling approach (a different approach than used in Ass2)
Complete and attach an Intake Summary (see UCLearn).
View and reference a new video of the chosen approach (not Corey’s).
This assignment asks you to adddress specific questions (use these questions as headings)
In working with Jeff using your chosen apporach:
I.      What is the rationale for your choice of approach?
II.    How would you assess themes in the client’s presentation that merit Cspecial attention?
III.    What techniques and methods would best meet the goals of therapy?
IV.    Describe the therapeutic relationship you would establish?
V.    How might you proceed in the first 2 sessions?
VI.    What would your medium and long term goals be?
VII.    What might be the strengths of this approach, and challenges for you?
VIII.    What other approaches might you use to complement your chosen theory?
Assessment-3 criteria:1. Clear conceptualisation and approapriate application of the chosen theory (30%)
2. Understanding of client issues and choice of techniques (30%)
3. Personal and professional self-reflection (10%)
4. Demonstration of understanding and analysis of a range of sources used in the essay including SIX counselling books, journals and websites (20%)
5. Appropriate use of writing conventions (10%) – this includes:
Appropriate essay layout and structure (e.g. introduction, body, conclusion)
Sentence and paragraph structure and within word limit
Spelling and grammar
Ass3 COUNSELLING CASE of Jeff – Intake Summary TEMPLATE 2018
 
Date:                   Clinicians name:                                       (NB Use as a guide. Short answers only.)
Client Goals for Counselling (hopes & fears):
 
Presenting Problem(s):

  • Description and manifestation of the problem:
  • Duration of problem, any changes in severity over time:
  • Any triggers or factors contributing to or maintaining the problem:
  • Any current risk issues (suicide, self-harm, harm to others) (e.g., thoughts, plans, intent) :
  • Does the problem cause significant distress and/or interfere with day-to-day functioning (specify how they interfere with functioning) :

 
History:

  • Previous counselling//intervention received for this problem:
  • What did and did not work:
  • Any history of psychiatric diagnosis/treatment:
  • History of any risk issues (suicide attempts, self-harm, harm to others) :

 
Drug and Alcohol:

  • Past and present use of alcohol and other substances (including legal and illicit substances, cigarettes) :

o             Amounts and frequency:
o             When did they last use? :

  • Prior and current treatments for alcohol or substance use issues:

 
Medical History:

  • Current and past significant health issues or disability:
  • Current Medications:

 
Personal History:

  • Genogram (include):
  • Family background (incl. history of mental illness in family background, cultural background) :
  • Living situation: Alone, Shared home, with family of origin
  • Social functioning and supports:
  • Hobbies/interests:
  • Any relevant educational and/or employment history :
  • Financial issues : Y/N
  • Personal strengths:
  • Other relevant history (e.g., religious, forensic, sexual, adverse events) :

 
 
 
Observations (by clinician if noteworthy):

  • Appearance:
  • Behaviour During Interview:
  • Speech:
  • Affect/ Mood:
  • Thought Form and Content:
  • Cognition:
  • Insight and Judgment:

 
Risk Issues (suicide, self-harm or harm to others):

  • Previous history of suicide attempts, self-harm or harm to others? :
  • Current thoughts of suicide, self-harm or harm to others? Plans and intent? :

 
Exclusion Criteria (cross off those immaterial)

  • Criminal record of violent offences (including sexual offences) that may pose a risk to the general public:
  • Moderate to high risk of suicide:
  • Significant and persistent history of self-harm (suggesting difficulties exceeding the level of complexity expected, and need consultation with clinical supervisor):
  • Matters related to court proceedings (e.g. assessments for family court, medico-legal assessments) :
  • Assessments and interventions for compensation purposes (e.g. workers compensation, Comcare) :
  • Individuals who have been excluded from university courses on the basis of prior inappropriate behaviour:

 
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