Using the Case Study of Mr. X, Identify and Explain the Client’s Issues and Devise a Course of Treatment for him, taking into Account any Ethical Issues
In this essay I will be explaining what self-esteem is and the issues Mr X has stated. I shall then cover any ethical considerations that need to be accounted for and devise an appropriate course of treatment for this particular individual. Self-esteem is how we value ourselves; it is how we perceive our value to the world and how valuable we think we are to others. It affects our trust in others, our relationships, and our work – nearly every part of our lives. Positive self-esteem gives us the strength and flexibility to take charge of our lives and grow from our mistakes without the fear of rejection. The following are examples of positive self-esteem: confidence, self-direction and non-blaming behaviour. Low self-esteem is a debilitating condition that keeps individuals from realizing their full potential. A person with low self-esteem feels unworthy, incapable, and incompetent. In fact, because the person with low self-esteem feels so poorly about him or her lf, these feelings may actually cause the person’s continued low self-esteem. Some examples of low self-esteem are: negative view on life, fear of being ridiculed and fear of taking risks. Lack of self-esteem is a major problem for many people and it is a large topic that has many causes that will interfere with an individual’s life .Our own perception of our selves is part of our everyday lives and is often an issue.
First of all have an initial consultation to discuss with Mr X about his everyday life and what the issue maybe. I would ensure that every stone was unturned to ensure there was no hidden agenda that may jeopardise the effectiveness of the hypnotherapy. In this case this patient clearly puts others before himself and cares too much about what they think, this shows a lack of self-confidence. He seems to be controlled by his mother...
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