Application: Counseling Models and TheoriesIn all areas of counseling, the integration of counseling theory with client work provides an important foundation for treatment. Substance abuse counseling is no exception.
For this Application assignment, you will apply two different models and/or theories to a case study and compare their strengths and weaknesses in relation to the case.
To prepare for this assignment:Review this week’s Learning Resources, focusing on the various theories and models presented.Reflect on the theories and models presented as they apply to substance abuse counseling.Review the following case study: Jack.Select two counseling models and/or theories from the Learning Resources to apply to the case study.Think about how each model and/or theory you selected might be applied to the case study.Identify which of the two models and/or theories you would be more likely to use with this case and consider why.The assignment: (12 pages)Briefly summarize each of the models and/or theories you selected.Explain why you selected each model and/or theory.Briefly explain how each of the two models and/or theories you selected applies to the case study and how each might address the issues presented in the case from a counseling standpoint.Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each of the two models and/or theories you selected.Identify which of the two models and/or theories you would be more likely to use with this case and explain why.Support your Application assignment with specific references to all resources used in its preparation. You are asked to provide a reference list only for those resources not included in the Learning Resources for this course.
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MS PSYC 8728/COUN 8728
Substance Abuse Counseling
Jack is a 64-year-old heterosexual-identified Euro-American male who comes to your
agency at the insistence of his wife, Betty. According to Jack, “Betty wont quit yelling at
me to quit my drinking. The way I see it, I have earned my right to drink!”
Jack is wheelchair-bound because his legs were amputated above the knees. You learn
that he lost his legs when he stepped on a land mine in Vietnam in 1971, as a soldier in
the Vietnam War. According to Jack, You know what I got for a homecoming? Everyone
talking about that unjust war.’ Unjust! You know whats unjust? I was drafted!
Following his return from Vietnam, Jack began drinking heavily. As he explains it, Its
true, I am mad as a wet catand if a nice single malt scotch helps me make it through
the day, then Betty has to deal with it! I lost my legs in Namshe didnt!
You learn in your work that Jack has recently shown signs of liver problems, and that his
doctor insists he stop drinking. Jacks refusal to do so appears to be why Betty insists he
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