The aim of this study was to describe and analyse a common factor in therapeutic treatment and care — the relationship between therapist and client in treatment homes and especially which factors that effect this relationship. The study was conducted through qualitative method and four semi-structured interviews were held with therapists from four different treatment homes with different clientele. The main theoretical points of departure were both psychodynamic perspectives with the attachment theory by John Bowlby and humanistic perspectives with the client centred therapy developed by Carl Rogers. For analysing the transcribed interviews the method of sentence — categorization was used. The results of the study showed that a range of different factors effecting the therapeutic relationship between therapist and client where mentioned and discussed by the informants. A major finding was that the secure base is central for developing a deep connection with a client. Other important findings were that the therapist needs to be open and loving towards the client and in order to be that - to take care of his or her own emotional world and especially countertransference that may occur. English Svenska Norsk.
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The aim with this study was to get an understanding of how social workers on treatment centers where substance abuse occur identify ADHD among the patients and how the social workers in their daily work treat and meet patients with ADHD. The study was based on eight interviews with social workers on three different treatment centers in Sweden. The result has been analyzed with a content analysis. The result of the study was that the social workers do not identify ADHD among their patients, but they adjust the treatment after what needs the individual patient have. These needs are for instance need of security and predictability. These needs are being considered in the treatment in the daily work since the social workers use a treatment that consists of structure, routines and schedules. This treatment is used on every patient and is not adjusted whether a diagnosis exists or not.
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