I cannot access your answer history, so this is a general answer to the question.
1. A counselor who has worked in medical settings (ie. hospitals) is likely to take a combination of a psycho-educational and insight oriented/rational emotive counseling approach because of the counselor's knowledge and experience working with people trying to cope with the emotions associated with finding out they have a potential life-altering medical condition.
2. A counselor who works from a CBT approaching will focus on reframing the patients thought's, shifting the patients perspective from being a victim (why me?) to one of empowerment, (I am in great physical condition so I can handle this)
3. A solution orientated counselor would work w/ the client to develop means of dealing with anxiety, and developing with a plan to ensure her parents have access to what they need.
4. A counselor who has had a negative experience with a particular approach on multiple occasions is likely not likely to repeat it .
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