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Treatment Focus. Did the client present issues in this session that were closely related to your treatment focus? Were you able to use these as points of entry to intervene and provide more focus and direction in this session?
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Critical Incidents. Identify potential legal, ethical, or reporting concerns for consultation with supervisor (e.g., child, elder, and dependent abuse; danger to self and others):
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Transference and Countertransference. Are there characteristic ways in which the client tends to distort or misperceive you and others? Does this client respond to you as he or she does to significant others—or differently? Are there ways in which your own personal history or current life circumstances are activated by this client and influence how...
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Evaluating Interventions. What were your primary interventions (e.g., empathic understanding, reframing, role-playing)? What was effective or ineffective? What might you want to do differently next time?
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Relationship and Resistance. Did the client make any overt statements or covert references (embedded messages) about you or your interaction together (e.g., difficulty trusting, not feeling heard or understood)? Did the client exhibit any ambivalence or concerns about being in treatment (e.g., feeling disloyal to family, discomfort with asking for ...