How does determining the owner of a problem affect the first strategic step you make when working with a client? How does ownership of a problem determine how much you will be involved in the problem's resolution?
I think that when a client is first able to determine the problem is the first step. But as a counselor, one needs to be careful that when seeing a client there is no client who been blamed for the problems. It is important to unhook any client and let the CPU slot determine who is needing therapy.
When a person is able to associate how they are part of the problem is important because then the client can determine that they can also be part of the solution and take an active role in meeting their goal to their presenting problem. I believe in situations where a client has...
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