Case study about Janet

Select a scenario below and discuss how you would proceed if working with this client.
Scenario 1: I am a female.I believe in that the institution of marriage is “For better and for worse”.
Scenario 2: Janet just completed her fourth divorce. She is in her early 30s. Her personal life is in chaos. She has children by three of her former husbands. Janet has struggled with addiction issues over the years including alcohol and drugs. She came from a very difficult family where her parents were alcoholics and often fought with each other. Janet was sexually abused by her uncle on more than one occasion when he lived with the family during her early teen years. Janet’s problems with drugs and alcohol began as a teenager.
Select a scenario and explain how you would proceed in counseling this client. The following items can serve as sections in the paper. Be sure to identify each section in the paper as a heading.
1.Personal Information
Discuss the information you want to obtain from the client in the first session. Why do you want this information? Would one of the taxonomy models such as the one offered by Hays or Maslow be appropriate? Be clear in identifying this information such as Family Background or Relationship Background and explain why you would want to know this information.

2.Personal Biases and Limitations
Identify possible problems in working with the client. Be clear in explaining why these issues could detract from counseling.

3.Goals
What goals would you like to achieve with the client? Why do you believe that these goals are important? What would you do if the client refused to accept a goal that you believe would be helpful? If you were allowed only one goal, what would that goal be? Why do you believe this would be the most beneficial goal?

4.Theoretical Approach
Discuss the theoretical approach or model that you believe will be most effective for the client. Why will this model be the best model to use?

5.Therapeutic Techniques
What counseling techniques would be appropriate (e.g., genograms, journaling)? How many sessions would you schedule? Would you encourage the client to seek other areas of psycho-educational assistance or resources?

6.Measurement of Progress and Success
How do you plan to measure success? Why is this form of measurement the best method to use with this client?

7.Conclusion
The conclusion should provide a brief summary of your closing thoughts or concerns about the future progress of the client.