Building therapy goals is 100% with the client and what will work for them. It starts with asking questions of what has been tried and worked and what hasn't worked. Next is building up the goals of what they would like to achieve in therapy. From there we work as a team to figure out what is going to work for the client.
The only time this would play a role is if the client is requesting it.
Mental health only work for those that want it and are seeking the services for themselves. If they don't believe they have a problem that they would like to work on, then this is not going to work. Therapy is something that is client centered and can only work if the client want's it too.
Caregiver stress & support
College & graduate student issues
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
CA, LMFT, 103565
MA in psychology
I have 10 years working with those that have struggled within the legal system as well as with addiction. I have 5 years of working with families that have struggled with a wide variety of challenges. This can include self-esteem, self-image, grief and loss, divorce, marital problems, etc.
Remote therapy, Visalia, 93292, CA