What is the importance of building a therapeutic relationship with someone like Stan? As a therapist, how would you go about building a therapeutic alliance with Stan?
To understand how to lose, gain, or maintain weight one must understand their energy balance. This assignment will have you analyze your energy in versus energy out.
In a spreadsheet, record your dietary intake, including all meals, snacks, and drinks, for 3 consecutive days. Calculate the total kilocalories for each day. If you are unsure about a particular item, apps such as myfitnesspal can be useful.
Using approximately 450-500 words, calculate your basal metabolic rate and describe what adjustments you would make to your diet to help you gain, lose, or maintain your weight. If this tracking was expanded over a week, would you have an energy balance? How does your exercise routine alter your energy balance?
My overall daily meals usually consists of homecooked meals, oatmeal and fruits for breakfast, lunch rice and chicken stew, for snacks I eat fruits. dinner consist of cooked veggies, rice, stew. I drink lots of water durring the day. that’s my usual meal which you may talk about in the assignment. thanks
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Today many counselors, social workers, and other helping professionals have websites, advertising their services and explaining their approach to therapy. For this discussion, do an internet search of a therapist, preferably in your area. Read the therapist’s bio, which likely will contain information about his or her approach to counseling.
What are your thoughts on the therapist’s approach? Based on this information, how do you think you would relate to this helper?
Be sure to include the URL
After reading through the sections on the case of Stan in chapter 1 of the Corey text, consider the following questions:
What is the importance of building a therapeutic relationship with someone like Stan?
As a therapist, how would you go about building a therapeutic alliance with Stan?
If you were in Stan’s shoes, what would you most need to hear from the counselor in the first session to feel comfortable about engaging in therapy?