By Adrian Hemmings, Rosalind Field
What are the dilemmas confronted by means of counsellors and psychotherapists in modern inner most perform and the way do those impression at the healing dating? operating as a counsellor or psychotherapist in modern deepest perform provides a couple of medical, moral and philosophical dilemmas that effect at the healing courting. Counselling and Psychotherapy in modern deepest perform brings jointly skilled participants to discover those dilemmas, with insightful and illuminating effects. This e-book distinguishes itself because it doesn't easily supply sensible principles. It additionally offers the reader with concerns that come up from the explicit context of operating in autonomous perform and explores how those impact what occurs within the healing courting. Counselling and Psychotherapy in modern deepest perform will offer crucial examining for college students of counselling and psychotherapy, certified and skilled practitioners considering establishing in deepest practice. It may also be of curiosity to those already operating in inner most perform, who desire to mirror upon the dilemmas that come up during this operating atmosphere.
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One of the ways that newly quali®ed counsellors establish themselves in an area is by offering their services as a volunteer in a voluntary organization. If you do this, several key groups of people will get to know of your practice: the managers and supervisors in the organization; the clients whom you see; and some of the referring agencies if you are required to liaise with them during or at the end of the work with a client. The managers and supervisors are often in private practice themselves and there may be times when they have more client referrals than they can handle.
There will be an organizational protocol dealing with referring agencies which may or may not include you as the counsellor. Never go outside the protocol, even if you disagree with it. If the protocol does allow direct contact between you and the referrer, then make sure your supervisor understands what is happening and agrees every step of the way. The sort of contact I have in mind is, for example, a letter to a GP saying that the work has now ®nished. Bearing in mind the need for con®dentiality, such letters should be discussed and agreed with the client.
However, the increasing use of therapists in primary care has had a domino effect on to private practice. As mentioned, many therapists work in both health care and private settings. But for therapists who choose to work privately alone, they then have to deal with the expectations of their client. It may be that a client's ®rst experience of counselling was the six sessions he or she experienced at the surgery, and is now looking to deal with more issues in greater depth. This sets up expectations of ways of working that may be completely different to the private practitioner.