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Published on January 15, 2008

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Counselor:  Counselor Aware of Changes in The Field and That It Is Constantly Evolving Integrate “New” Information Into Their Treatment As Needed Stays Fresh Counseling is Not:  Counseling is Not For Us To Hide Behind professional Role Clients Will Hide Also To Become Self-righteous, Critical or Judgmental Clients Will Become Defensive, Guarded and Hostile Counseling Is Not:  Counseling Is Not To Develop A Puffed Up Attitude To Become Overly Analytical Allow Therapy To Become Sterile Have An Identity:  Have An Identity Know Who They Are What They Can Become What They Want Out Of Life What Is Essential Have An Identity:  Have An Identity Have The Capacity To Ask Question Seek Guidance & Supervision From Others Understand Counseling Is A Counseling Process For Self and Others Lacking Identity:  Lacking Identity Feels Insecure in Their Role May Isolate Become Opinionated, Judgmental, Jealous Is Disgruntled With Agency, Self and The Profession Lacking In Identity:  Lacking In Identity Feel Insecure In Their Role May Isolate Become Opinionated, Judgmental, Jealous Is Disgruntled With Agency, Self and The Profession Ability To Recognize And Accept Their Own Power:  Ability To Recognize And Accept Their Own Power In The Eyes of Clients We Are Experts, Gurus and Some Feel We Are Magicians Sensitive To the Feelings Of others We Assist In Making Decisions Recognition of Power:  Recognition of Power We “Assist” In Making Decision We “Assist” Or Clients To Make Choices At Times We “Berate, Belittle and Chastise” Feel The Client Has To Take It Recognition of Power:  Recognition of Power Counselor uses Power Role To Deal With Therapeutic Frustrations Misinterpretation of Confrontation Remain Open To Change And Learn Avoid Complacency and Becoming Stagnant Expand Self Awareness:  Expand Self Awareness Worst Fears and Secrets Played Out In Each Session You Will Examine Your Own Motives and Behaviors Misuse Of Power:  Misuse Of Power To Berate, Belittle And Chastise: Thanking That The Client Has To Take It. Using your Power To Deal With therapeutic Frustrations Denial/Minimizing own Shortcomings Able to Expand Awareness of Self and Others:  Able to Expand Awareness of Self and Others Victims of Our Own “Enigma” All Powerful (Omnipotent) All Knowing (Omniscient) It’s a Trap Come Face to Face With What We Don’t Know Able to Expand Awareness of Self and Others:  Able to Expand Awareness of Self and Others Develop Your Own Counseling Style Know The World of Your Client Do Not Become Possessive Develop A Sense of Humor A Sense Of Humor:  A Sense Of Humor Laugh and Have Fun Do Something Strange Acquire a Hobby Burn Out/Frustration.:  Burn Out/Frustration. Loss of Energy, lethargic, Depressed Anxiety and Feelings of Anxiousness Engaged in Self Defeating Behaviors Dark Secrets:  Dark Secrets Keeping Secrets With Clients Being Attracted To A Client And Keeping It “Hush, Hush” Going Out With A Client Multi-Cultural Counseling:  Multi-Cultural Counseling Culture Includes Age Gender Religion Sexuality Lifestyle Physical/Mental Abilities Socio-Economic Status Multi Cultural Counseling:  Multi Cultural Counseling Ethnic Heritage and Background Values, Rituals, and Behaviors Includes; Age, Gender, Religion, Sexuality, Lifestyle, Physical and Mental Ability, Socio- Economic Status Multi-Cultural Counseling:  Multi-Cultural Counseling Persons of diverse Backgrounds Certain Cultures Have: Values, Beliefs & Rituals Different From Your Own Knowledge of Culturally Competent Counselors:  Knowledge of Culturally Competent Counselors Have An Acceptance and An awareness of Sexism, Prejudice, and Bigotry Its Impact on Counseling Relationship Understand Clients Values Beliefs May Have Been Impacted By Discrimination Knowledge of Culturally Competent Counselors:  Knowledge of Culturally Competent Counselors Makes It A point To Understand The World View of The Client Understands barriers Within The Community Which May Make Receiving Quality Care Difficult Knowledge of Culturally Competent Counselors:  Knowledge of Culturally Competent Counselors Value Diversity Have Capacity For Cultural Assessment Aware of Dynamics That Arise When Cultures Interact Have Developed Adaptations To Delivery Multi-Cultural Counseling:  Multi-Cultural Counseling Recognize How Your Values and Beliefs May Have a negative Impact on Therapy Remain Open-Minded in Discovering/Owning Your Prejudices Expand Self Awareness:  Expand Self Awareness Worst Fears and Secrets Played Out In Each Session You Will Examine Your Own Motives And Behavior Practical Guidelines:  Practical Guidelines Identify Your Basic Assumptions Ask Yourself Question where Did You Obtain Knowledge About Cultures Practical Guidelines:  Practical Guidelines Learn How Your Background Influences your Thinking And Behavior What Steps Can you Take To Broaden Your Understanding Practical Guidelines:  Practical Guidelines Look For Common Denominators Among Groups Look For Universal Concerns Prepare Your Clients For The Environment They Will Return To Vicarious Trauma :  Vicarious Trauma Accumulative Exposure To Client stories of Trauma & Abuse Transformation that Occurs Within The Therapist Due To Emphatic Engagement With Client Trauma Vicarious Trauma- Risk Factors:  Vicarious Trauma- Risk Factors Work With Client insetting Where Success is minimal Work without adequate Supervision Empathize with Clients Pain Vicarious Trauma- Risk Factors:  Vicarious Trauma- Risk Factors Bear Witness To Stories of Trauma & Abuse Clients Who Re- enact Pathetical Relationship Feel You Cannot Help Clients/Meet Your Own Expectation Vicarious Trauma –Belief System:  Vicarious Trauma –Belief System Poor Self Esteem Loss Of Sense of Control Loss of Sense of Safety Vicarious Trauma-belief System:  Vicarious Trauma-belief System Loss of Trust Loss of Connection to Others Despair Cynicism Incapacity For Intimacy Vicarious Trauma- PTSD:  Vicarious Trauma- PTSD Sleep Disturbances Intrusive Thoughts Intrusive Images Vicarious trauma-PTSD:  Vicarious trauma-PTSD Generalized Anxiety Numbing Overwhelmed Poor Coping Anger Nightmares Irrational Fears Addictions Vicarious Trauma:  Vicarious Trauma Accumulates Over Time & With Different Clients Produces Symptoms of PTSD Change View of and The World Preventions and Solutions:  Preventions and Solutions Recognize VT As An Occupational Hazard Accept Reaction as Normal Limit Exposure to Trauma Material (e.g. Books, Conferences, Discussions, Movies) Develop A Support Network Balance Your Work Load As To Types of Problems Preventions and Solutions:  Preventions and Solutions Set and Maintain Cleat Limits on Therapeutic Relationships Build A Network of Professional Connections Develop A Balance of Professional Skills Work Within A Supportive Organizational Context Personal Stages:  Personal Stages Take Time to Laugh, Have Fun, Socialize Seek Spiritual Renewal However You Define It Consider Personal Counseling Take A Sabbatical From Work (if possible) “Switch Up/Share The Load” Take A “Mental Health Break Personal Stages:  Personal Stages Develop Hobbies, Sports, and Creative Interest Develop Restful, Meditative Activities (Yoga, Music, Reading, Gardening, Painting) Guard Against Addictive Behavior Get Rest, Eat Well, Drink Water Personal Stages:  Personal Stages Seek Out Experiences Which Instill Comfort and Hope Set Clear Boundaries Between Home and Work Whistle, Sing, Do Something Strange and Out of the Ordinary Organizational Strategies:  Organizational Strategies Supervisors/Administrators Should Develop Sensitivity and Empathy Towards Self Policy and Procedure That Supports The Agencies Support of Handling Stress With Staff Support For Continuing Education Supervision and Consultation

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