When an individual is beginning therapy expectations may be explicit or implicit. Explicitly, the individual can write down or verbally share what their goals are for themselves and/or the therapist. Implicitly, the individual may display through their behaviours during the sessions or in narrating how they functioned during their time outside of therapy how they are coping, changing, and healing.
It is a delicate dance when your child is transitioning from childhood to pre-teen development because you start to realize they have significant memories and attachments to certain moments in their young lives and you don’t want to be the one to break their spirit. At the same time you don’t think it is socially acceptable for your pre-teen to
Your dignity is not something someone else can take from you, but we are vulnerable and our dignity can be wounded, bruised, negatively impacted and if you’re not aware of how to restore your dignity after a traumatic experience eventually we can lose sight of our self-worth and value. Dr. Donna Hicks (drdonnahicks.com) speaks to “The Role of Dignity in