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Follow the client and attempt to deescalate.
Address the threat during the client's next session.
Document the threat.
Follow agency policies and procedures.
Clients may lose hope in their ability to recover without it.
It reminds the counselor to not make assumptions about the goals of the client.
Discussing payment options is important in determining the client's appropriate placement.
Clients may drop out or fail to make progress if mistaken expectations are ignored.
Members interact with one another freely and directly.
Members are more likely to have conflict.
Members are likely to withdraw and participate less.
Members look to the group leader for guidance and direction.
Refer the client to another counselor.
Seek consultation from their supervisor.
Explore their feelings during a future session.
Allow the feelings to dissipate.
Reflection of feeling.
Discussion of treatment plan.
Allowing client to lead the session.
Confronting client's discrepancies.
Binds with opiate receptor sites and prevents stimulation.
Reduces the sensation of pain while increasing stimulation.
Reduces the physical symptoms of opiate withdrawal.
Binds with the mu receptor releasing neurotransmitters that increase pleasure.
Point out the behavior during the session and how it is affecting the group.
Confront the group member after the session is over to avoid embarrassing the participant.
Tell the group member that they need to end this behavior or they will no longer be able to participate.
Ask the group member to refrain from sharing until they are ready to be sincere in their participation.
Modeling appropriate behavior.
Assuming the role of an expert.
Being present with the client.
Being sympathetic to the client.
Challenging irrational thoughts.
Identification and resolution of past conflicts.
The miracle question.
Empowerment in the decision making process.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Recommendations and arrangements for future services.
Date of birth.
Dates of all sessions.
Complete documentation within 14 days of discharge.
Education and training.
Knowing someone from a different culture.
Reading literature about diverse populations.
Collaborating with other professionals.
Review the case with a clinical supervisor for direction and guidance.
Discharge the client.
Transfer the client to another counselor.
Proceed as appropriate.
They are cost prohibitive.
Clients find them intimidating to complete.
They are open to subjective interpretation by the counselor.
Clients may under report their drug and alcohol use.
Lower doses of a substance produce the same effect as higher doses.
Substances possess some affinity for the same receptor site.
The body becomes more efficient in metabolizing the substance.
The individual maintains normal functioning in spite of the presence of the substance.
Push the client away and explain that physical touching is forbidden.
Discuss appropriate boundaries with the client.
Thank the client for the kind gesture and assume the client is comfortable with the counselor.
Make a note in the client's file that they hugged at the end of the first session and future physical contact should be closely monitored.
The counselor should disregard all cultural values because they can interfere with the counseling process.
The counselor should be aware of their own cultural values and those of their clients to ensure culturally competent practices and approaches toward counseling.
The counselor should disregard the client's cultural values and instead rely on their own perspectives to ensure the validity of treatment modalities.
The counselor should be aware of the client's cultural values but disregard their own, minimizing the risk of culturally contaminating the client.
The approach allows the client to focus on her son's behavior.
The approach allows the counselor to treat the client's son.
The approach allows the counselor to address the addictions impact on the family dynamic.
The approach allows for a Cognitive Behavioral Therapeutic approach.
Opioid use disorder
Borderline personality disorder
Cannabis use disorder
Recommendations from the shelter director and counselor
Access to the local bus route
Ability to maintain a schedule and time management
Commitment to continued sobriety
Ask how the group can better meet the needs of the member need since they needed to discuss group issues with friends.
Engage the group in a conversation about confidentiality, its benefits and limitations in a group setting.
Inform the group member that they are no longer able to participate in the group as they have breached the confidentiality agreement.
Encourage group members to continue to share and participate in the group promising that the sharing of information outside the group is normal and will not impact their progress in treatment.
Diminished sexual pleasure.
An assertive community treatment (ACT) program.
An outpatient counseling program.
A community self-help group.
After completion of treatment plan goals
Upon entry to the program
One week before a scheduled discharge
When the client states they are ready to end treatment
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
Emotional Freedom Technique.
Rational Emotive Therapy.
Involves the client receiving treatment for their mental health disorder and substance use disorder in two different treatment systems at the same time.
Involves the client receiving treatment by the same treatment team that addresses both disorders.
Focuses on stabilizing the most easily treatable disorder first to enable better treatment of the most acute disorder.
Focuses on stabilizing the most acute disorder first, then addressing the other disorder.
Rational Emotive Behavior
Acute traumatic stress disorder
Posttraumatic stress disorder
Dissociative identity disorder
The statute of limitations has passed and therefore the client cannot press charges.
Confidentiality laws do not allow for the counselor to discuss the client's treatment with the court.
The necessary steps and processes the client will need to follow to press charges.
The client's case record may be court ordered as part of the investigation and the counselor will have to provide it.