In a 250-500-word essay, hypothetically terminate the counseling relationship with a client who has experienced trauma and abuse in the past and has now seen you, the counselor, for 8 months regarding this trauma.
- Describe the successful termination of the client relationship.
- Discuss strategies for helping the client to maintain change post-termination.
Include at least one scholarly reference in your paper.
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included health care professionals (doctors, nurses
or pharmacists, or a combination of these groups) or LTCF
administrators in the sample; and (4) used qualitative
methods to evaluate an AMS intervention. In the case of
studies where qualitative and quantitative methods were
employed, only the qualitative data were collected. The
abstracts were evaluated by the primary author according
to the inclusion criteria, and the full-text articles were
obtained and evaluated where appropriate. Where there
was uncertainty about whether to include a study in the
review, another author was consulted.
2.3 Quality Appraisal
The quality of the papers was assessed using the Critical
Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP) assessment tool for
qualitative research, as outlined in Electronic Supplemen-
tary Material (ESM) Online Resource 1 . Each author
individually assessed the quality of each study, and a de-
cision on the exclusion and inclusion of studies was made
collectively and with consensus between all authors.
Thematic synthesis was used to analyse the results of the
studies included in this review. This method identifies the
prominent or recurring themes in the literature and collates
these findings under thematic headings [9, 12]. The initial
stages conducted by two authors were line-by-line coding
of the text and development of descriptive sub-themes as
free codes without a hierarchy. The final stage was gen-
eration of main themes based on discussion between all
authors. In order to present the synthesis of the findings, a
conceptual model was developed by the primary author and
reviewed by all authors