Desperately need help

Hey...


This is not the usual note i guess, that you expect to be posted, but i desperately need your help and I did not know of any other way.

I have a strange request. Im doing a Diploma course in Counselling. As part of my course work, I'm supposed to get a success story from a counsellor. Could you help me out?? PLEASE. I would be ever so grateful.

I just need the story of any client that you feel you counselled successfully. A few details of how the sessions were carried out, and any tecniques, home-work assingnments etc, used.
How many sessions did the entire process take? What did the sessions entail? Was there any follow-up done??

Please help me out! Im so desperately in need of help.

Thanks

Alayna

Hi Alayna, I am very sorry that I did not see your request last month. Not sure if you can still use the information, but the case that comes to mind is one that I did several years ago, with an alcoholic. We did a course of alpha/theta eeg biofeedback and he was able to achieve a very solid sobriety which lasted at least through my last follow-up with him. He was quite pleased with his ability to leave an old and very troubling behavior behind. If you need more details please e-mail me. Mike Logan

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