Plan of Action
I will introduce myself to Sven as William Snyder, a counselor at the Turning Point Treatment Centre, a rehabilitation center. I continue building trust with the client by Conduct a thorough assessment to clearly understanding all aspects of the problem. My body language is proficient and demonstrates transparency. I need Sven to realize that our advising session is a collective exertion,, so we will cooperate in finding a health plan that works for him to quit smoking and may improve how his lung cancer disease. I will request that Sven reveal to me a smidgen about how he is managing his analyzed lung disease and how he feels about his wellbeing. I would ask Sven about any goals that he is thinking of to get from this counseling session.
This was already being discussed in the building foundation stage, but I will ask Sven about his diagnosis that what he thinks about it. How he thinks he can cope up with his disease. I will then proceed to tell him I will be collecting a medical history. I will ask Sven to take me through his routine so that I could know how many cigarettes he smokes in a day. Then I will define the problem to Sven that what is happening to him and why it is happening, “what I hear from you is that you are in addiction of smoking cigarettes that leads you to be diagnosed with the lung cancer”.
What might you like the result of our session to be? What might you want to achieve before leaving the last recovery session? How would you trust this directing can affect your wellbeing long haul?
After the patient gives his objectives, I will present my own. I will prescribe some transient plans to be tied in with expanding information in regards to medical problems and substitutes for the dependence. I will then move onto the training bit of the guiding session. Amid this time I will show Sven a smidgen about how to control and adapt up to the wretchedness and how basic it can be in taking control over you.
- Allow the client to discuss alternatives. If Sven mentions that he cannot smoke at once, I may offer an option such as whenever you feel like smoking cigarette, use any substitute like e-cigarette which will help him quit smoking.
- Closing/Reaching Commitment
Right before the last session, I will make sure to express that I believe in Sven that he is capable of this major change. I will review his weaknesses which are relying on smoking to cope up with the depression, so that he can try to overcome his weaknesses. I will also emphasize his good qualities which are his strengths such as he is staggeringly responsive to learning, and willing to roll out a few improvements. I will advise him that he should try to incorporate healthier activities. I will indicate trust in him that he can do it to make an impact on well-being in the future. I will disclose to Sven that we are just about completed and summarize the objectives we examined and answers for accomplish them. I will plan an opportunity to meet again before the session ends.