One of the most prevalent aims of therapy is to facilitate behavioral change.
The other four goals are: Increasing the client’s capacity to develop and sustain relationships by providing coaching and guidance.
assisting the customer in increasing their efficacy and their capacity to cope assisting in the promotion of the decision-making process while supporting the potential of clients Development.
What are Your Goals for therapy?
What are your therapeutic objectives? The most typical response I’ve heard from clients who are new to therapy when asked what their objectives are is, ‘I want to feel better.’ This has been my experience with them.