Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma Socratic Questioning Method Project

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Question Description

Review the Socratic Questioning Method, as well as the case sample. Choose either script 1,2 or 3 and place responses in the ‘worker’ section. The script is yours overall, so try to have it flow as best as possible according to the Socratic questioning method.

  • Partial Conversation Issue #1-Client feels she does not need residential treatment:
  • Client: I am more than capable of fixing the problem on (my) own. I have always been able to “take a break” from consuming drugs and alcohol.
  • Worker:
  • SQ=Probing and looking for evidence to substantiate claim.
  • Client: I went cold turkey for 8 months.
  • Worker:
  • SQ=Probing and looking for evidence regarding activities and behaviours
  • that promoted change.
  • Client: I can’t totally remember, but I kept myself busy.
  • Worker:
  • SQ=Life is complicated.
  • Client: Client lists numerous antecedents that she feels leads her to substance abuse and paranoid thinking, such as feelings of parental shaming, requiring supervised access to visit child, loss of personal relationships and loss of employment.
  • Worker:
  • SQ=Facts or feelings.
  • Client: I can just tell by the way they look at me.
  • Worker:
  • SQ=Facts or feelings.
  • Client: Client was able to reflect on positive supportive experiences and
  • acknowledged that family members likely wanted the best for her.
  • Partial Conversation Issue #2-Client feels she will be unsafe within program:
  • Client: They’re going to steal my stuff if I stay there.
  • Worker:
  • SQ=Probing and looking for evidence to substantiate claim.
  • Client: The girls at the shelter told me.
  • Worker:
  • SQ=Probing and looking for evidence, facts.
  • Client: No.
  • Worker:
  • SQ=Did someone pass thought? Is information reliable?
  • Client: Well, that is what I was told.
  • Worker: Validated clients concerns and then questioned whether there was relevant informationin the brochure provided by the residence. Client reviewed the security features in the residence, which also included assurances that all residential rooms had locks on doors for the purpose of ensuring privacy and personal safety.
  • Client: I am happy there are locks, but I still won’t trust people.
  • Partial Conversation Issue #3-Client feels she will return to using substances at completion of the program:
  • Client: I know I will just go back to being the way I was before.
  • Worker:
  • SQ=Probing and looking for evidence to substantiate claim.
  • Client: I just know.
  • Worker:
  • SQ=Different interpretations by parents?
  • Client: I don’t think so. I know they hope I change. I know they think this program will be good for me and help me.
  • Worker:
  • SQ=Different interpretations by parents?
  • Client: I know they want me to be productive if I can and want what is best for me.
  • Worker: Do you think your automatic feelings of poor success are because you have not been successful thus far with permanently stopping your usage of substances? SQ=Is this thought a habit or factual?
  • Client: I don’t know…maybe…it could be…

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Tutor_PaulM
School: UCLA

Here you go buddy, let me know if you need any edits

Running Head: SCENARIO

Socratic Questioning Method
Name of Student
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SCENARIO
Partial Conversation Issue #1
Socratic Question Method is aimed at making sure that one's goals and objectives are
achieved through the use of self-discipline and self-directed framing process. It mainly derives
answers from asking people question which is well formulated and getting feedback from them
(np, 2019). It also tends to be challenging in t...

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