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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are Form 5495 Assessment

Instructions and Help about Are Form 5495 Assessment

I eat Rory from the YouTube channel counselling resource, along with Bob Cook from the YouTube ta therapy. And today, we're talking about assessment. When my learners first come into practice, they often ask me how to assess and what they can work with. There is a lot of fear and concern surrounding this topic. Luckily, you have a lot of experience in assessing people, so what is your first point? My first point, besides finding out what they want, is to ask a really important question - have they had any counseling or psychotherapy before? This question allows me to delve into their mental health background. They might answer with yes, or they may mention seeing a general practitioner or a psychiatrist. They could also say that they have never done any mental health work before, or that I am the first person they have seen. This gives me insight into their mental health journey. If they have seen a psychiatrist or a psychologist before, or if they have been on medication, it gives me an idea of the route they have taken for their mental health. This information helps me prepare for the next set of questions and understand their needs better. The next question that is crucial to ask is about what stops them from getting what they want. This question helps assess their ego state capacity and their ability to function as a mature adult. By understanding how they function in the world, I can determine if they are able to stay in the present moment or if they revert to an aggressive or disassociated state. This information helps me understand how they function and what may be hindering their progress. In the person-centered world, psychological contact is essential for forming a therapeutic relationship. Assessing someone's ability for psychological contact...