Case Study Vara Essay

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STUDENT DETAILS
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ACAP Student ID: 195570
Name: Christine Briggs
Course: Diploma of Community Services Counselling
ASSESSMENT DETAILS
Unit/Module: Facilitate Counselling Process
Educator: Martine Cribbes
Assessment Name: Case Study ( Vara)

Assessment Number: Assessment 2, part B
Term & Year: Semester 2, 2013
Word Count:
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I declare that this assessment is my own work, based on my own personal research/study. I also declare that this assessment, nor parts of it, has not been previously submitted for any other unit/module or course, and that I have not copied in part or whole or otherwise plagiarised the work of another student and/or persons. I have read the ACAP
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This would also help her overcome any fear she may have if he responds with anger and or demanding expectations of what she should or shouldn’t be doing. This is something I think needs to be addressed in order for her to archive her goals.

3. Interactional and systemic interventions This helps address relationship patterns with other people, tasks and situation’s, it may be ones of family, workplace, or neighbourhood settings or in a social situation in which the interactional patterns have been established.
The strategies will help Vara to eliminate old behaviour that where counterproductive and to develop new ones, they may also modify routines and habits with people around her.
Q3.
Identify and briefly describe how you could help Vara to identify and use her unknown strength’s.

I would help her by pointing out her own achievement’s in the past, the fact that she had a career as a full time teacher and that she has managed to raise three children in that time, she can manage money well by saving regularly so she is more than capable of looking after the finances while living independently. She also has a network of close friends for support she has also started to question the dynamics of her family and her relationship with her husband.Her decision to use the community resource of counselling was a big step in making

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