For the best reading experience, the Internet edition of this book includes Adobe’s Flash plug-in and plug-ins that allow the user to view the e-book on most any platform. Because of this flexibility, the e-book provides for a more comprehensive set of study and solutions in the same book, unlike many other popular books available online today.
There are an additional fourteen chapters in the book, providing e-book Case Study Solutions to Health and Wellness. They include:
This innovative approach to treatment offers additional cases to use as case studies. The topics include: ADHD, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, nutritional deficiency, depression, emotional balance, anxiety, excessive skin, insomnia, digestive system issues, arthritis, and stress. The symptoms and treatments vary depending on the problem and its accompanying behaviors.
The client is presented with a description of the problem and a treatment plan. The client is then provided with a series of exercises, which focus on behavior modification, self-awareness, positive self-talk, and interpersonal communication skills.
With this creative solution, the first thing the client will do is set up a daily journal or record a picture, poem, or mantra and put it in a mirror. It is a little difficult, but each time he or she sees it, it becomes more real.
Solution focused therapy is an age-old technique. According to Ernest R. Jones, in his book, “The Two Souls of Therapy,” “These words provide the window into some personal truths.” You may remember what you need, and you can communicate it.
This is an eight-week course that teaches daily visualization techniques. The basic techniques involve putting yourself in a reflective, calm state, asking the questions, and visualizing yourself solving the problem or getting your life back on track. From there, it is up to you to implement the techniques as you progress.
Through self-reflection, the client will learn to identify and overcome obstacles that prevent him or her from reaching his or her goal. This requires observing the various circumstances in which a person experiences pain, tension, anxiety, frustration, and despair.
The client will then go through a process of identifying the problem. As he or she does so, he or she will be able to make a commitment to identify the problem and resolve it through a variety of behaviors. After which, the client will develop an action plan to help the client face and overcome the problem.
This book is divided into four parts: Acceptance, Disclosure, Re-Identification, and Transformation. Each part can be used independently or in combination with each other. The book is built around the whole, which means that if one part is not working, you will still be doing the whole.
In the first part, the critical thinking is practiced and tested to determine if the client has made progress. This part will take place at home and during clinical visits, either as a group or by the client alone. This gives the client a sense of accomplishment when it comes to applying the principles of the first part of the book.