Therapy Worksheet for Resistant Clients
What is the theory behind this Therapy Worksheet for Resistant Clients?
Resistant clients offer a great challenge for therapists. The therapeutic treatment’s success depends on a healthy client-therapist relationship based on mutual trust and respect. A resistant client however can significantly affect achievement of treatment goals. A client can show resistance in a number of ways such as becoming unresponsive, getting into arguments, ignoring treatment protocols or even repeatedly interrupting the therapist.
How will the worksheet help?
This worksheet will offer some tips and suggestions to therapists on how to deal with resistant clients in their line of work. It can help them continue the therapeutic process in a way that is beneficial for both parties. It is crucial for a therapist to work through the resistance and reach a solution instead of abandoning the client.
How to use the worksheet?
This worksheet can be used as an informative tool for new or old practising therapists and clients who are seeking help to manage resistant clients in their clinical work. Reading through the content can help them set goals for themselves that can guide their interaction with resistant clients.
You can download this worksheet here.