Sabina’s Case: Psychoanalytic and Adlerian Approaches

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Sabina's Case: Psychoanalytic and Adlerian Approaches
The counselor that Sabina was suggested by the social work to seek out would diagnosis her as clinically depressed. The counselor may also draw the conclusion with the history provided is that Sabina was sexually assaulted by her softball coach in high school (“Child Physical and Sexual Abuse: Guidelines for Treatment”, 2004).
The goal of therapy for Sabina would be to access traumatic memories, encourage disclosure of the event, explore the developmental issues that have resulted from the traumatic event and assist Sabina in reconnecting with others through sharing her feeling and emotions about the event (“Child Physical and Sexual Abuse: Guidelines for Treatment”, 2004).
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.....onscious mind. Unresolved conflicts that Sabina has with her parents, her softball coach and her first boyfriend and her current boyfriend will all be worked out in therapy in the moment not through work in the past. This is an important point since these conflicts are preventing Sabina in the here and now from achieving her full potential (“Sexual Abuse Counseling Helping Survivors Live Life”, 2009).
References
Child Physical and Sexual Abuse: Guidelines for Treatment.
(2004). Retrieved December 20, 2009, from http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/ncvc/resources_prof/OVC_guidelines04-26-04.pdf
Sexual Abuse Counseling Helping Survivors Live Life. (2009).
Retrieved December 20, 2009, from
http://www.livinglifecounseling.com/abuse-survivor.html