A therapist utilizing the balance sheet method to help their clients in general, deals with the economics of an enterprise as well as help them with strategies to reaching a decision or goal. In therapy, the balance sheet method can help clients come to grips with the economics of problem managements and opportunity development. Balance sheets deal with the acceptability and unacceptability of both benefits and costs. The balance-sheet method can help a client explore the issue and help the client decide on the choice of a strategy to address the problem that they are having.
While the balance-sheet is known to aid in the arrival of a situation that is balanced with pros and cons to better the outcome.
1). What if the client has a mental illness such as bipolar disorder, or even schizophrenia and this person is also receiving treatment for their disorder do you think the balance-sheet would still be a viable aid in therapy?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 8:18 am ad1c9bdddf
I think that the balance sheet will still be a viable aid in therapy when a client has a mental illness such as bipolar disorder, or even schizophrenia. This is due to the fact that the balance sheet would help the therapist as well as the client to gain an understanding as to the benefits and costs associated with the different treatment methods that are available to them. This balance sheet method would also allow them to be able to analyze each of the benefits and to ascertain which benefits have the ...
This solution describes the benefits of utilizing a balance sheet in psychotherapy.