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Case Studies for SP5 Practical 5

Case Study #1 You are a counsellor working with young people at risk. You have been talking with a young boy aged 13 who is feeling bullied at school. He has decided he is going to retaliate the next time he is bullied by the other kids at school – he is planning on bringing a weapon to school and “do something that will stop the bullying forever”. Your client appears upset but has a resolve indicating he is seriously considering this course of action.

Case Study #2 You are speaking with a family who have contacted your service regarding discipline issues for their two younger twin girls aged 15. Ten minutes prior to the session, the father calls you, hastily describing a secret affair he has been engaged in for over a year. He is wondering whether he should tell the family during your upcoming session. Before you have the chance to interject, he tells you he has to leave as his family are arriving and he needs to go. You are now considering how you should conduct the upcoming session. You have the freedom to structure the session in any way you choose. 

Case Study #3 You have been seeing Andrew in counselling for three months. You two have a good therapeutic relationship, and in some ways you are very similar, so you find it easy to get along with him. Usually your sessions are fun and you both banter with one another. He lives with his wife and three children aged 3 months, 2 years and 5 years old. He began seeing you after he lost his job and came close to separation from his wife after an extra-marital affair. He has suffered from depression in the past. During this session he begins talking about ways he “keeps his family in control”. Before you have time to ask what he means, he gestures with his hands a strangling motion. He laughs afterward – he has also begun describing through dialogue, that the true reason he lost his previous job was that he has been self-medicating with alcohol, he even shows you a bottle of whiskey that he brings with him when he goes out of the house. He discloses that he “prefers to always be a little bit drunk or at least on his way there”. Andrew also says his wife “enjoys the odd drink or two” every night. Andrew says to you – “you enjoy a bit of a drink don’t ya? Nothing wrong with the odd drink I reckon”.

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