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Egan Model

Counseling and the Egan *****: A Case Study

Part A While I apply many of the techniques and tools which are common to ***** ***** model, I believe that my approach to counseling is somewhat of an eclectic mix of several different styles, applied as is necessary ***** the client that I am meeting at the time. ***** do not believe that there is one-size-fits all approach to counseling ***** ***** it is possible to apply the tenants ***** any one counseling program to every patient. This class has shown me that there is another very good *****ol for me in ***** ***** toolbox and that is the Egan *****. I believe ***** my model of counseling is based upon several different schools of thought.

********** previously stated, I plan to use ***** Egan model, especially in that patient who has relatively good insight and needs some help finding their way in solving ***** problems and finding new opportun*****ies for themselves. This is directly in line with *****'s basic theories as noted in "The Skilled Helper." I find that Egan is very helpful, especially in those clients who have lost sight ***** clear goals in their lives, since the ***** model bases ***** of its tools on the empowerment of ***** individual. ***** model will also be ***** helpful in the times in which I am helping the client make difficult decisions, such as moving on from a difficult or unfruitful rel*****ti*****ship or changing a job. I will use this tool in order to help people discover what is important to them ***** ***** lives, making sure that I ***** leading them ***** not telling them. I think the Egan ***** is particularly helpful in clients ***** are still in the early stages ***** personality development, especially younger *****. The ***** model helps the patient work on th*****gs ***** ***** in the very recent past or in ***** present. It ***** ***** a tool f***** someone in great trauma, but instead gives the ***** psychologically intact client a map to move ********** ***** goals. I like the fact that it has been stated that the Egan model and the mentoring role are not synonymous, but rather the ***** model can be used in m***** different s*****uations, some of ***** have nothing to do with men*****ring at all. Again, I realize ***** the Egan model is generally the most effective when I comply ***** the core values ***** addressing ***** client with respect, emp*****hy and of course very active listening.

***** Egan ***** is not the only tool that I use in my counseling practice. As the Hutchens model itself describes, there is no one single style of counseling that ***** enough ***** the therapist is assisting the wide range of ***** which we may expect to see in our every day *****s. Hutchens' "thinking-feeling-acting" ***** is a*****her good tool which I can ***** in ***** practice. I agree with Hutchens in that not only ***** therapy a corrective

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