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SOA13 506 with Mary Jo Barrett

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One Response to SOA13 506 with Mary Jo Barrett

  1. rinanyemah says:

    I really appreciate the structure and organization of the Collaborative Stage Model for Trauma Treatment. The emphasis on collaboration and predictability make total sense in achieving therapeutic goals.

    The need to stay future oriented was discussed to not re-traumatize the client. What are some ways to help keep the therapist in check during stage 2, to ensure that past oriented therapy is not taking place. Also, how can you achieve this when completing a psychosocial assessment.

    Finally, Ms. Barrett identified that she divides her sessions into three stages. Can this be further discussed?

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