CLINICAL THERAPY OR COACHING
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A student who has recently experienced a significant relationship change, is away from home for the first time and is having conflict with their roommate. They may be experiencing sadness, feelings of embarrassment, homesickness, anger, inattention and have crying spells. They may not meet the clinical diagnosis of depression. This person would be a great candidate for coaching.
A person has experienced the death of a close friend or family member. Although it has been 6 months, this person is having trouble functioning, struggling to get out of bed, sleeping more, eating less, not really taking care of themselves, isolating and have intense feelings of dread and darkness. This person would benefit from a clinical assessment and short-term therapy.
A recently married couple has discovered that the new bride has a trauma history and it is impacting their relationship on multiple levels. This situation may be a blending of both coaching and clinical. One person may benefit from trauma specific clinical intervention, while the other may benefit from coaching.