We Still Love John

October 13, 2009

Overall Plan Plan

Filed under: #1: problem encounter, meeting minutes — qi @ 8:07 am

John’s Belief ->  Thoughts -> Emotions -> Behaviour -> Belief (Vicious Cycle)

Coping Strategies -> Increase his Resilience

Suggested Solution for John consist of 2 parts.

Solution focused therapy , is a type of talking therapy which focuses on what clients want to achieve through therapy rather than on the problem(s) that made them to seek help.

The approach does not focus on the past, but instead, focuses on the present and future. The therapist/counselor uses respectful curiosity to invite the client to envision their preferred future and then therapist and client start attending to any moves towards it whether these are small increments or large changes. To support this, questions are asked about the client’s story, strengths and resources, and about exceptions to the problem.

1) Teacher talks to John (focused on telling him about the positive benefits of positive thinking) to change his defective cognitive thought patterns (details below)

2) A plan of different coping strategies for him to practice in his daily lives.

Diagnosis of John from the Case:

We will study the internal mental / mediational processes that lie between the stimuli (his environment) and the response John make)

– Automatic Thoughts:

– Emotions: Depression

– Situational Factors

– Core Belief

– Conditional Belief

– Behaviour

Our Solution: Resilence through Cognitive psychology

Step 1: Counselling by Teacher to change John’s defective Cognitive Patterns to improve on his coping strategies and resilence:

Step 2: A Plan for John to Follow:

1) Assertive Training – Role Play Pg 342 (Aileen’s Texkbook)

2) Activity Scheduling – Restrict his computer behaviour so as to let him regain control of his life.

etc

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