Vargas Family Case Study

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Identify one member of the Vargas family whose dominant story could   use some rewriting. Read the workshop notes on Reauthoring Conversations.

Part 1: In 250-300 words, write a counseling note for the   client’s file. In this note, describe any exceptions to the   problem that you have identified and develop scaffolding questions to   ask the client in your next session, one in their landscape of action   and one in their landscape of identity.

Part 2: Put yourself in the client’s shoes and, as the client,   write a reauthoring version of their story that is 500-750 words in   length. It should incorporate the exceptions and responses to the   scaffolding questions from Part 1. Use narrative language when   applying this reauthoring technique.

 

 

PCN-521 Topic 7: Vargas Case Study

 

Since the last session, you received a call from Elizabeth who stated her family was in crisis. She reported that her nephew Geoff, the 15-year-old stepson of Bob’s sister, Katie, had nearly overdosed. She said that the family had noticed some changes with Geoff since his father’s recent death, but attributed the poor mood and slipping grades to the normal effects of grief. Elizabeth said that Geoff had never used drugs, as far as anybody in the family knew, and that the overdose was “a total surprise.” Elizabeth reported that after learning of this, Bob’s mother, Linda, called the school counselor but complained to Katie that “she was not at all helpful,” and told Katie exactly how she should handle it. Katie spoke with the school counselor who told her that she was not allowed to speak with Linda due to matters of confidentiality. Elizabeth informed you that Katie had shared her frustration with the school counselor’s suggestions to help him “get his mind off the sadness,” and believed he needed more help. You learned that Bob’s father, Tim, was trying his best to help, and that Elizabeth felt his intrusion was making matters worse. Among other things, Tim had taken Geoff out of school on a week-long camping trip against Katie’s wishes. Elizabeth said that the involvement of Linda and Tim, despite their good intentions, had begun to cause widespread family strife and asked if you could possibly see the entire family.

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