During the session Vara says that she has spoken to Alec about her feelings and has agreed to have a three month trail separation, and that they are considering an option of seeing a marriage counsellor are the two sighs that would indicate her expectations and goals are met and I would consider that Vara is ready to end the counselling process.
2. Briefly describe how you would support Vara’s sense of autonomy.
By focussing on her strengths and her past achievements to give her the confidence and motivation and by summarising to Vara and by acknowledging to her that she as achieved her set goal I would support Vara’s sense of autonomy.
3. Briefly describe how you would inform her about opportunities for further support.
As Vara had said during the session that she and her husband Alec are considering the option of seeking a marriage counsellor I would provide her with a list of marriage counsellors that are in the area of her preference, and would ask her if she is interested in being referred to a marriage counsellor and provide her with a referral to a marriage counsellor if she is interested in being referred and further inform her that she can make an appointment anytime if she feels counselling is needed.
4. Briefly describe three key steps to assist the process of ending the counselling process with this client.
By checking with Vara if there are any unresolved issues and by summarising with her about her set goal tasks and discussing about ending the counselling process in stages and by asking Vara if she is ready to end the counselling process, and if there is nothing else for Vara to discuss.
5. Give an example of what you might say to Vara when ending counselling to ensure the underlying issues are managed.
I would summarise to Vara about her strengths and past achievement’s and acknowledge to her on achieving her set goal and that she has said that she and Alec