Meeting the counselor -ATTN Kastarak

Posted June 29, 2022, 4:46 p.m. by Ensign Kastarak (Doctor / Counsellor) (Richard A)

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Sara Lovejoy (Chief Engineer) in Meeting the counselor -ATTN Kastarak

Posted by Ensign Kastarak (Doctor / Counsellor) in Meeting the counselor -ATTN Kastarak

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Sara Lovejoy (Chief Engineer) in Meeting the counselor -ATTN Kastarak
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As Sara was ordered by the captain to go and talk to the counselor about things, and she was just completely confused. She just didn’t do anything wrong although she was ordered by the captain to do so. She knocks on the door to the counselors office and await’s to come in.

CE Lovejoy

Kastarak had only two lines of text in the referral as background when he opened the door and welcomed the chief engineer.

“Ms Lovejoy, welcome. Please sit down.” Kastarak gestured toward the two chairs by the window overlooking the stars outside.

He sat down.

“Please tell me, in your own words, why you have come here today.”

– Ensign Kastarak (doctor / counsellor)

“Well Counselor. I was told to come to you cause I was told that I said some stuff against Blaze.” She explained.

CE Lovejoy

“How did it feel to hear that you had said some stuff against him?” replied Kastarak.

“And please, tell me more.”

– – Ensign Kastarak (doctor / counsellor)

“Well counselor. I’m not sure you’re well enough about it. But I never said anything about him at all. But being told about it, hurt a lot.” She said.

CE Lovejoy

Kastarak paused, allowing silence to fill the space a little. He had found that silence would often help – it would bring time for the client to think and reflect, and ground themselves in the room, and the unfamiliar setting which was counselling.

Kastarak summarized what he had heard so far: “Ms Lovejoy,” he began, “Please correct me if I’ve understood things wrong, but what I’ve gathered so far is this: The captain has ordered you to come see me for counselling because, in the captain’s belief, or in someone else’s belief, you have said some bad things against your colleague Mr Blaze. You, on the other hand, do not understand this. You believe you have said nothing wrongful to Mr Blaze. This, perhaps all of this, hurts you. You feel hurt. Have I understood your perspective? If not, what would you amend, add or remove?

– Ensign Kastarak (doctor / counsellor)

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