Psychology addictions

Sep 7th, 2015
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 The foundational philosophies include: “(1) the client and counselor must have some level of hope; (2) assets, strengths, and well being are as important as problems, challenges, and unpleasant realities; (3) change occurs for the whole person… rather than to part of a person; (4) client change is a process that is encouraged by intrinsic motivation even when social pressure has initiated treatment; (5) a collaborative relationship between client and counselor is essential and requires the client to take responsibility for change in his or her life; (6) counselors and their clients collaborate with and use the assets of a multidisciplinary team; and, (7) assessment may lead to advocacy.”

Question: Which of these seven philosophical constructs might you expect to most actively incorporate into your work with addiction clients? Explain your choice and give examples of how you might apply such behaviors into your work with clients. Can successful counseling outcomes be expected if such a construct were not to be achieved?

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