Miss E

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Title: “Using the case Study at the end of the module assess the clients issues and describe your treatment plan. What ethical issues might arise?”

In this essay, I am going to assess the issues of the client to be known as Miss E, a 29 year old woman wanting to lose weight. I will then describe my treatment plan for her, and explain the role that hypnotherapy can have with the presenting condition. I will discuss the strengths and weakness of using hypnotherapy in these cases, and ethical issues will also be addressed regarding the assessment and following treatment of Miss E.

The first step after being approached by Miss E would be to arrange an initial consultation. During this consultation I would discuss her desired goals, what it is that she is hoping to achieve from having hypnotherapy. I would then be able to assess whether or not these goals are realistic and therefore attainable.

It is important to ascertain whether or not the client really needs to lose weight. This is done by assessing their BMI ( Body Mass Index), by squaring a person’s height in metres and dividing the result by their weight in kilograms. A BMI of 20 – 25 is considered ideal, from 25 – 30 overweight and 30 or greater is considered obese. For the purpose of this essay I will assume that Miss E does need to lose weight

Miss E wants to lose 2 ½ stone in three months. This is an unrealistic goal and it that would need to be addressed. Although it is tempting to want to lose weight quickly, this usually results in weight being promptly regained, because it is difficult to sustain. I would explain this to Miss E and recommend that we created a smaller , more achievable goal. I would also suggest that once this goal is reached we would then fix another equally achievable goal to work towards.

The national health guidelines state that to lose weight at a safe rate of 0.5kg…...

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