By Diane Doyle Pita
This totally revised and up-to-date version of Addictions Counseling is extensively learn by means of expert counselors in addition to ministers, lecturers, and nurses. issues contain the counselor's position in restoration, remedy ways, and pattern treatments.
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Empathy, active listening, “I messages,” respectful communication, assertiveness without aggression, compromise); use modeling, role- ANGER CONTROL PROBLEMS 49 playing, and behavior rehearsal to work through several current conflicts. 36. Instruct the client to practice assertion, problem-solving, and/or conflict resolution skills with group members or otherwise significant others. 22. Practice using new calming, communication, conflict resolution, and thinking skills. (37, 38) 37. Assist the client in consolidating his/her new anger management skill set that combines any of the somatic, cognitive, communication, problem-solving, and/or conflict resolution skills relevant to his/her needs.
7. Attend an adoption support group. (17) 17. Refer the client and/or parents to an adoption support group. 8. Identify positive aspects of self. (18, 19) 18. Explore with the client what aspects of himself/herself he/she likes and those he/she would like to change (or assign “Recognizing Your Abilities, Traits, and Accomplishments” in the Adolescent Psychotherapy Homework Planner by Jongsma, Peterson, and McInnis); develop an action plan to achieve those goals (or assign the exercise ADOPTION 33 “Three Ways to Change Yourself” in the Adolescent Psychotherapy Homework Planner by Jongsma, Peterson, and McInnis).
Feelings of depression, insecurity, and low self-esteem that interfere with learning and academic progress. 7. Recurrent pattern of engaging in acting-out, disruptive, and negative attention-seeking behaviors when encountering frustration in learning. 8. Heightened anxiety that interferes with performance during tests. 9. Parents place excessive or unrealistic pressure on the client to such a degree that it negatively affects the client’s academic performance. 10. , parents’ divorce, death of loved one, relocation move).