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What decisions are easiest for you to make? What are the most difficult?
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To refer a client to an more intensive treatment program when they need it. The most difficult is testify against my client in court for non-complain w/ tx. Recommendations.
Choices that promote well being are easily made. It is difficult to make decisions based on ethics.
I don't really feel like I have a problem making decisions.
It is easy to make decisions when we have rules. Emotional decisions are the hardest.
To sit with a client. To deny explanations when we were busy.
Every day routine decisions. The most difficult are decisions that you are faced with that you have not encountered before.
Easy decisions are those decisions I make where I can see the big picture and a good outcome. The most difficult decision come from giving up when there is nothing in my being that I can do to help others.
Deciscions based on ethics, professionalism and the best tx for my client. Most difficult would be when to admit that someone does not want the help.
The most easiest decisions for me to make is to identity the persons needs, the most difficulties decisions is cutting off a client.
Deciding on an appropriate treatment plan is easiest. Deciding to discharge a client is the hardest.