Write a reflective essay about a presenting problem (e.g., alcohol and other drugs; depression; anxiety; family conflict; behavioural issues) relevant to an adolescent client. Additionally, reflect upon how your own family and adolescent history might influence your attitude and approach to working with this client specifically and more broadly as an adolescent and family counsellor.
Your reflective essay is to include:
? identification and analysis of the experiences that the young person is presenting with and relate to the theory you have learned in this unit
? identification of the challenges you might personally face when working with this young person and their family as a result of your own experiences, and how you might navigate such challenges
? counselling strategies you would use with an adolescent who is facing these issues,, including specific examples of questions you would ask
? identification and exploration of potential ethical issues that may arise in such circumstances
? reference to relevant literature, linking your ideas to theory covered in the unit.
1. Young person?s presenting problems identified and analysed in light of relevant theory
2. Personal challenges in working with adolescents and families identified and analysed
3. Strategies provided for working with the presenting issues, including specific questions the counsellor might ask
4. Ethical considerations outlined and explored
5. Evidence of familiarity with relevant literature and theory
6. Evidence of self-awareness and ability to self-reflect
7. Appropriate introduction provided that clearly articulates the topic
8. Main ideas clearly and logically presented
9. Appropriate conclusion provided that summarises the key findings/ideas
10. Relevant literature used properly
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You became with a summary that provided a good introduction to the topic, however a summary also needs to include an overview of the content of the report and your key findings.
In your summary of Beth?s situation, you have identified her presenting issues and commented on the impact of her parents? divorce. However, you have not identified the key themes which are loss and grief, isolation/relationship difficulties (attachment difficulties) and low self esteem/self-concept.
Beth?s presentation includes indicators of depression and it would be important to explore this. It was good to see that you suggested that assessment should including checking for behaviours and factors that may lead to self harm.
You have provided a good discussion on assessment and suggested a collaborative approach to assessment. Throughout your report you have referred to the use of a multidimensional approach which is suitable when working with a young person.
You have also suggested the use of the SPICC model and given a good overview of the five phases and how they could be used to help Beth.
You mentioned also the theories of Piaget, Erikson, Bowlby and Bandura and these are definitely relevant to assessment and also to Beth?s case. I would like to have seen further discussion on these theories as they are particularly relevant to assessing children.
You have suggested some good questions to be asked of the parents and the school guidance counsellor.
You have identified the process issues involved, including involvement of parents and other professionals, sharing of information, reporting, confidentiality, complying with ethical guidelines
You finalized your report with a very good conclusion that pulled together your discussion, your key findings and recommendations.
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