I will be concise about the reasons for communication and then pass on my views without confusion and misunderstanding. In addition, I will use accurate, well-planned, and concise communication. I will outline what I want the father remember, what I want to communicate, and what I intended the message to realize. Also, I will convey my response in a manner that can be accurately understood by the father. I will achieve this by affirming the message clearly, and by anticipating and removing any probable causes for misinterpretation. I will also reemphasize my response via non-verbal communication (Stewart, 1998).
I will utilize clarification, tracking, and reflection to gather information about the maintaining condition. This will help in stringing an understandable, clear, and accurate narrative of the father and assist him realize that I have gained an understanding of their situation. I will employ clarification, tracking, and reflection to show the father that I comprehend what he is saying. Clients are always grateful for the attempt to reflect what they communicate before the conversation progresses (Stewart, 1998). Attempting to comprehend what the client is communicating displays empathy, respect, and dedication to assisting the client. In addition, I will establish my own view points and, later, share them with the father.
Improving self-efficacy, self-confidence, and morale so as to deal with their behavioral issues is not something I can bestow to the father and son. Both the father and son must obtain that experience from successful events. I will associate positive situations of other people encountering the same issues or I will show them relevant research finding results. I will also help the father and son recognize the issue and subdivide it into manageable goals. These methods will help both the father and son attain a sense of confidentiality and confidence in the whole process. I will also create a plan