psychosynthesis perspective

psychosynthesis perspective

The client you write about can be made up but he/she has to be a high school student. They should be going to a very tough high school. Very poor and not much opportunities

From a psychosynthesis perspective, write about one of your clients and your relationship with this client. The following are suggestions as you reflect on your client:

Descriptions of one or more of your client’s subpersonalities.
Does your client recognize and accept the different parts of herself?
Does your client have the ability to disidentify? If so, how do you recognize this?
Do you see wounding in your client’s subpersonalities?
How would you describe your client’s journey in light of the stages of psychosynthesis?
Are you able to be spiritually empathic with your client?
Are you able to hold no agenda and follow the will of the client? If yes, what supports you in doing this? If not, what is in the way of your being able to do this?
What empathic resonance do you experience with this client? In what ways does the client or her issues resonate with you? Trigger you?
Does your client have a connection to Self/Spirit or to his own sense of truth?
Do you love your client? If not, why not?