Trauma and resiliency are not individualistic experiences, so approaching traumatic loss through a cultural resilience framework helps strengthen clients’ healing process and prevent severe mental health outcomes.
Once clients understand that anxiety is not something that is going to disappear altogether, they can turn their attention to managing it and loosening the grip it has on their lives.
Counselors can use a CBT approach to help clients of spiritual and religious faith when their expectations of God don’t match their experiences.
In being aware of the vulnerability to addiction for those affected by adverse childhood experiences, professional counselors can play a pivotal role in prevention and early intervention.
Master conflict therapy provides counselors with an effective framework for going deeper with couples who present with a wide variety of relational and sexual problems.