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CASE, PART 6: HIDEKO, EVALUATION, AND ENDING   After all your work with Hideko, you are now going to evaluate your progress and end your relationship with her.   Put yourself in the role of practitioner and answer the following questions.   Write at least five things that you might say as part of ending the relationship.   Role-...
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CASE, PART 6: HIDEKO, EVALUATION, AND ENDING   After all your work with Hideko, you are now going to evaluate your progress and end your relationship with her.   Put yourself in the role of practitioner and answer the following questions.   How might you prepare the client for the end of the professional relationship?   Role-Pla...
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CASE, PART 6: HIDEKO, EVALUATION, AND ENDING   After all your work with Hideko, you are now going to evaluate your progress and end your relationship with her.   Put yourself in the role of practitioner and answer the following questions.   What will you say to invite the client to give you feedback?   Role-Play—Do a role-play w...
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ENDINGS   Think of a time when you ended an important relationship. How did you feel? What were some of the things that you needed to talk about before saying goodbye? Did you discuss the ending or changing of the relationship (e.g., if your friend was moving a long distance away) or did you avoid talking about the possibly painful ending? Wha...
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ONGOING EVALUATION AND MEASURING PROGRESS   Write down at least three ways that you do ongoing evaluation on your progress toward goals. How is ongoing evaluation helpful to you?
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