By Dennis Lines
Short Counseling in colleges, moment version is a realistic consultant to supplying support and aid to teens experiencing various problems of their domestic and college lives. spotting the limitations of operating inside university settings, the booklet illustrates how counseling can however be powerful, even if time is brief and confidentiality is difficult to maintain. in response to a style of short integrative counseling that may be tailored to the variety of difficulties which scholars deliver to counseling, and illustrated with wealthy and sundry case fabric, the chapters examine problems with: vainness; melancholy and suicidal ideas; bullying; parental separation and step-parent clash; loss and bereavement; non secular matters; smoking, drug, and alcohol use; and sexuality.
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Extra resources for Brief Counselling in Schools: Working with Young People from 11 to 18
I will not speak with your parents about our conversations unless you agree that it might help. However, if you share information that puts your welfare at risk, then I may not be able to keep that confidential. If you disclose to me details, for example, that you have been abused, I have to pass that information on. I’m sorry to begin this way, but I feel it’s necessary to be honest and direct with you. I wonder if you’d like to respond to anything that I’ve said before we begin? Such an introduction may be entirely unsuitable for a younger pupil, however, for, while it may be assumed that an older student would understand what child abuse is, this cannot be taken for granted with pre-pubescent children and younger adolescents.
Supervision and confidentiality In practice, counselling supervision necessitates the sharing of a client’s personal information for very good professional reasons. All professional counsellors have reached a level of competence through training and experience, and should therefore receive regular supervision as a matter of course in adherence to the BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy: All Counsellors, psychotherapists, trainers and supervisors are required to have regular and on-going formal supervision/consultative support for their work in accordance with the professional requirements.
The practitioner is required to consider and assess the balance between young people’s dependence on adults and carers and their progressive development towards acting independently. qxd 8/8/2006 4:53 PM Page 26 Brief Counselling in Schools capacity to give consent to receiving any service independently of someone with parental responsibility and the management of confidences disclosed by clients. (BACP, 2002: 15) Situations in which clients pose a risk of causing serious harm to themselves or others are particularly challenging for the practitioner ...