Working with Maltreated Children

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•Identified emotional reactions of therapists working with maltreated children and discussed four ways that these emotional reactions might turn into destructive and harmful interventions clients.
•Reflected an understanding of how therapists’ reactions can lead to blurred lines between various professional roles. Identified these roles and discussed reasons.
• Provided an example from your own personal experience of a specific countertransference you might experience when working with maltreated children.
•Discussed reasons why it is imperative that therapists be aware of their own issues. Provided two examples of how therapist lack of awareness could impede treatment with maltreated clients.
•Demonstrated review of the Argosy University Program of Study (POS) in Counseling Psychology and showed how the POS appears to meet the authors’ standards for working with maltreated clients. Based on the reading, identified other coursework, training and or experience that may be required after graduation.
•Identified two coping strategies you are likely to use when working with this population and gave reasons. Identified a copying strategy that would probably be more challenging for you and gave your reasons.
•Well organized clearly articulated paper with no spelling or grammatical errors.
•Correct usage of APA Publication Manual in text citations and references
Pearce J. W. (2007) Psychotherapy of abused and neglected children from chapter 7
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