Coaching Log Paper

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Coaching log is same like other log books but it is created, and everyone has its design with regards to its field. A person who is gym trainer will have a different kind of log and person conducting an athlete, or sports training will have different types of the log with different subject titles.  Logs are help regarding developing your time routine, making it easy to analyze the subject with the requirement of working on their behaviour for present and also help to plan out future activities, so there is a major chance of developing good coaching impact on the subject.Psychologists are more in need of this because they are dealing with minds of people and changing out the patient behaviour, for some time they are unable to plan out quickly on the matter of person in one session. Mostly coaching log helps them to differentiate with regards to the people and how they can imply good coaching towards them. Coaching log is the identification regards to the condition of the patient and what kind of attention they want to acquire for the psychologist. It helps out to analyze the things differently and whether they are moving in proper position or not.In this paper today, with above-given log we are going to help out the different people through providing them coaching with applying a different model to improve their condition with regards to their issue and sustain out their life. The sessions are based to analyze the situation of the patient, applying therapy and outcomes at the end of the sessions. All of the names which are share anonymous and are having a different situation, under which we have planned to put up different models to rehabilitate from their situation and what impact of different models came out.Log 1Name of the patient: MichaelDuration: 2 HoursIssue: Facing issues to decide professional life.Session format: Face to FaceApplied Coaching: GROW ModelDescriptionMichael is a businessman and having restaurant chain around different states of America, but he is suffering from decision-making problem. He states that severely faces issues regarding making a decision. He is unable to identify how many numbers of employees he should hire, should he develop his business and expand it or not, should I invest in other areas and even he is not able to decide about his matter for which he is dependent on his team and staff. He is declaring it a threat because he is facing loss in some of his outlets and he is unable to decide the best way to get out from these issues which leads him to depression sometimes and it disturbs his working.IdentificationLooking to the situation of the subject we can analyse that he is unable to decide how to react the happenings in his personal life, even we ask his status regarding relation he was unable to define it in a proper way where he was bit disturb talking about that. It means that actual problem he is facing is the confusion. The confusion causes could involve lack of knowledge, exposure, low confidence and mentally conscious while there are many other reasons but what look to work on the confusion of a mind which was essential. According to a patient he faces difficulty in decision making is actually due to confusion and being manipulated about the working and life. The main responsible thing in it could be self-esteem which he is lacking. Self-esteem is the prominent skill required by anyone to develop self-confidence, and it is the actual source of motivation to work properly and analyze working in their life.Treatment We applied the GROW Mode(Cox, 2015)l in which we tried to realize patient what he has in their mind and what he needs to develop in his self and what options we can check out and worked on them. We break it according to the GROW model as follows;Firstly we discussed the goal he had in the mind in which we have to work together; every kind of psychological counselling requires the engagement of the patient with a mentor to put out a good result. Here we have identified to help out a person develop the decision making skill which is the Goal of the coaching(Bishop, 2015).The Reality which we have discussed with the subject in which he explains all of his situation regarding personal and professional life in which we identified him weak with his performance regarding many things. I tried to make him realize that he is confused and cannot clear out the scenario of different. It matters to clear out the subject with their condition reality so they able to realize the deficiencies in their performance and they could work on it.After the break, we noticed in the discussion that patient identified the real situation and he was ready to work out on it. The first is to develop self-esteem in which he will be going to identify his skills and lacking after we will work on it. The other is to take the skills management sessions through which he will be mentored and developed.The way forward he took to develop the self-esteem in which he was guided to list out the skills and lacking which are needed to work. Also, there was format been provided which he can use to make a decision and self-discussion development through he can make the functionalize impacts in his personal and professional life.Results and outcomes:The patient states, during the session when he realized the reality about the weaknesses been identified, he remembered many events which were happened due to the lacking confidence and became confused. Also, he decides the way forward where he told some of the decision he is going to make which were looking correct regarding his business like developing monitoring procedure for staff, taking up an office in his hands beside handing over to the manager and responding properly to his girlfriend.The outcome through implementing of this model was that in each step help seeker was getting able to realize the weakness and potential he had to develop in himself to accommodate his life in personal or in a professional way.Log 2Name of the patient: SaraDuration: 2 HoursIssue: She does not like to do homework and does not find her school interesting anyway.Session format: Face to FaceApplied Coaching: Blended ModelDescriptionSara is ten years old school going girl with an average school record from last two years, while she was really good performing student in her class either in academic or extracurricular activities. Now she is not feeling well with her school, and according to her parents, she cries for going to school and sometimes she closes the door of the room where we get forced to leave her alone. We are getting regular complained regarding her incompletion of homework and task provided in class. She is getting weak with performance and also her parents found tear notebooks and course books in the bag and room.Identification It was a case where the girl is normal, and she is beautiful, and when I talk to her, she was calm but being so suppressed as someone asked her to not say anything. While looking her to the previous record, it was giving a brief picture that she was the brightest student of her class.  I saw something on her hand and recommended for physical examination where some marks of scratch and injury been founded. When I tried to be calm with her and promise to help her out, so she tells me about some seniors who use to do bullying with her for being a black girl. As she is an African American and she is having different physical appearance than the other due to which she is unable to cope up with that. She shared that they pass her hate comments, pushing her badly, sometimes punching and once they tried to abuse her sexually. There is something serious, and there was a blend of different things which we had to cope out.TreatmentHere the blended model has been applied in which there was a responsibility to understand what she is facing, sometimes we can do things and can recommend practices by our experience with the subject. But the case of Sara was different where we had to apply the blended model for coaching because here the most important thing was to learn. Because bullying is not having one kind and we have seen the issues being faced by the Sara was not one, she was bullied in multiple ways where had to cope out the best way to make her back to the life. This thing is only possible when we will take up things with the learning of our own(Soni & Taylor, 2016).Initially, we tried to acknowledge her as the important part of the society. We shared different success stories of the African American to boost out her motivation. But here we started with their life failures, so she does not see the charming side of their life but what they faced when they were in her age.Also, we tried out to identify the suspected student those are involved in this crime. Also, we tried to counsel her with the law that if she gets hurt in some way and find something uncasual and undesirable can approach the administration of the school and the police.Also, we tried to develop her interest in school for which we tried to create some incentives from her parents end either if it is small because she was in need of motivation. Also, we tried to identify the result in a proper way beside hypnotising or making her in an unnatural way. She was badly disturbed and was in need of some motivation to do something even if parents try to put her in sleep(Picciano, Dziuban, & Graham, 2013).OutcomesThe parents are happy now she is having a normal routine as she uses to have. She also told the administration of school about the bullying persons, and she is now dealing confidently with all of her activities. She is also taking a good part in the class debate, and she does not feel ashamed more because of her colour and race.There was need of motivation which she was lacking, and there were some different issues which were blended out in which I tried to conduct a behaviour study on the personality and took responsibility to learn about her all behaviours in which it was becoming easier to provide coaching. This model is helpful for dealing with the changing of different traits happening in the normal person.Log 3Name of the patient: NancyDuration: 2 HoursIssue: She fed up her life, and she tried to commit suicideSession format: Face to FaceApplied Coaching: Cognitive behavioural CoachingDescription Nancy is a young girl; she is a student of college with good performance and also she is expected to be a gold medalist in her batch. Suddenly once she founded having an overdose of sleeping pills and then she takes to the hospital by her roommate. She was analysed that she did not take proper food, do not go for class and even her boyfriend who left her a year ago claim no contact with her. Nancy is unconscious, and it was really difficult to talk with her because she does not respond to any question been asked while she considered as social and interactive in her social groups. She was enthusiastically taking part in different activities, she was a casual wearing girl from the start and really career oriented. She wants to become a manager IT in Google for which she was struggling hard, but from the year it is noted that she is not having more interest in any activities.IdentificationShe is having the issue of emotional behaviour as she is alone and she is not talking to anyone. Also, we have There are different things which been seen during the discussion that she is unable even to identify what she is feeling right now. But the main thing we identify she is missing a partner and it is all the outcome of the breakup where she loses everything. From a year she is behaving like this. Also in the interview, we saw that whenever we want to talk about her past, she enthusiastically talks about the different things and she likes her romantic period with her boyfriend. She thinks of herself right now useless as we tried to identify if any conversation she had with the boyfriend last where she came to know that her friends told about him that what he thinks of her now like he talked about personality, her thinking and her body and think of her as vintage time girl.  Also, her parents are not supportive to her, and she is earning the livelihood by herself for which she gets rare time to get rest and also she does not go for outing etc.Although here the thing comes out that she lacks emotional support from her surrounding in which many factors are involved. Also, she became kind of an introvert and did not like people in her surrounding which is affecting her more(Onyechi et al., 2016).TreatmentNancy is lacking absorbing the past thoughts, and she is affected due to it. We tried to apply a quick responding method of coaching which is known as Cognitive Behavioural Coaching. Most of the people confuse it with CBT, but it is something different. It is more focused towards the client, outcome-oriented, skill base and linking to educational working out which is requirement for the condition of Nancy. Nancy is not ready to take up any of the medication as she needs some support to recover back with what she was but right now firstly there is need to work on her basic behavioural approaches in which it includes, focus, goal orientation, self-esteem and motivation and social acceptance. For which CBC is best and quick responding model in which we can prepare Nancy to come back with her all of the activities in her life(Eseadi, Obidoa, Ogbuabor, & Ikechukwu-Ilomuanya, 2017).The most initial step in which we tried to counsel her with the realization of Self Worthiness. Nancy needed to understand her actual value for herself and this world. We tried to identify her good things and tried to conduct those activities with a source of motivation to make her able to get back with her university life. She congested her life to the guy who left her for which she left everything, and she developed a thought that she is nothing that is why he left me. We tried to make her realise how much worthy she is and her friends need her in many ways as they need her for group assignments, group studies and actually for an outing. To make her realise she is not unworthy.We tried to make her mind that career is important but there is something is yourself which needs changes in which we tried to highlight some of the good naming women in the professional field with their old and recent pictures. In which there was a difference of their dressing and what dressing puts an impact on the development of personality. Considering it important, because there was a need for change in her behaviour as she does not accept changes.For her emotion side, we tried to put up some technique to realize her that actually, he was worthless who left her not she did anything wrong. There we tried to make her realize with things with positive side what could be better for her in any way.Results and outcomesThe Nancy was feeling much fine after this session, and she was discussing in some better way that where she stands and what kind of changes she should bring in herself. She was looking much better and relax as she cried too which was a sign that she is helping out herself to get out from this trauma. She was feeling helpless, but now she doesn’t need the help of anyone as per her saying and she is ready to say sorry to her friends and going to move on with her life.After someday when I check out with her friends so came to know she moved on and now she is the same way she uses to be in her life before.Log 4Name of the patient: DavidDuration: 3 HoursIssue: Unable to decide to pursue the academic careerSession format: Face to FaceApplied Coaching: Mindfulness CoachingDescription David is now got free from high school. He belongs to the middle-income family, and his father is a technician in one of the workshops around their house. Her mother is data entry officer in the bank and has no sibling. He is a single child from the parents, and they are living happily with each other. David parents are saying that he is unable to continue his classes properly and like we find that he does not like to talk about his studies, and twice he changed the subject in university. Firstly he went for the English and later on he took the Arabic literature and then he wants to move on with the career as in nursing, but he is not satisfied. He gradually changes the field he wants to learn. The parents always supported her in every way and never try to trouble out with his this activity, but they are the concern if he goes like this he will not be able to complete the degree on time.IdentificationThe thing which is observed that David has a potential to do different things he likes to read, he likes to watch things analytically while we identified the issue with him which was the family status. He wants to be in the field which could give him the biggest level of earning and respect after he is Latino American and they are facing racism in the different parts of the society and not having good repute in the education sector too. The thing is about the money. He wants a big mansion with luxurious cars and beautiful women in his life which could entertain him and live happily with him with all luxuries.TreatmentThe most important was in this treatment to catch out his mind and take out from the life of autopilot and make him focus towards the life reality. In which we applied mindfulness-based coaching where we tried to make him realized with the reality of life and sense of interest he should have to work out(Gross et al., 2016).In first we tried to make him focus towards what is his interest and what he can do better in which we tried to watch out her daily base activities and saw that his photography skills are really good, in which mostly was animal photography. His parents bought a DSLR Camera which he takes up with him every time and tries to take good pictures from surrounding in which animals are favourite for him.Also, there was no place to divert his mind but to make his mind focus, I tried to show him the successful photographer and their lifestyle in easy mode where he was in need to see that eagerly. I showed him the other people who are rich and what are their qualification and what make them rich. I tried to put something in his mind was that everything which gives you more in anyway is the interest in that thing(Spijkerman, Pots, & Bohlmeijer, 2016).OutcomesAs in session, he was eager watching the people with photography and having kind of style, and he seems that he defined his passion and promised to be focused.Log 5Name of the patient: Kumar SantoshDuration: 3 HoursIssue: Substance use disorderSession format: Face to FaceApplied Coaching: Behavioral coachingDescription Kumar is a teenager who is sitting in a bad company, and he is addicted to substance use. According to his medical reports, he uses Marijuana and Alcohol. Also, he is not performing good in school and been terminated from one school already. He does not eat food properly and cannot even do urine if he don’t drink alcohol or MarijuanaIdentificationThe substance addiction has been so high in the subject due to which his social traits and performance are unstable. The subject behaviour is not in his control, and it is substances dependency(Clark, Camiré, Wade, & Cairney, 2015).TreatmentThe Behavioral coaching model was applied for the healthy approach development for which we tried to work on the behaviour. The process was term out long in which we tried to look up what level he is going to be recovered. Firstly we tried to identify the change of place for him and making negative enforcement in terms restricting pocket money. Also, we engaged family to give him more time and try to engage with good healthy opportunity. Also, the company was changed in which good friends were involved(Archer & Yates, 2017).OutcomeAfter some days we analyzed that he is getting back on his diet and active in class performance. 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