Following the assessment and to help Jenny overcome her persistence anxiety, depression, feeling lost, being suicidal, self-harming and insecurity, considering her preferences, characteristics, spiritual belief, needs, physical abilities and motivation which can be based as a psychological problems (evidence based ) having her mentioned and explaining her ill feelings and thought both of us (client and therapist) have agreed on a constructive therapy and for both of us to be fully committed also Jenny was reminded and encouraged to engage fully to the therapy and empowered herself to administer and put in practice new behaviours and life style that will assist her to achieve the changes that she need the most. Jenny was happy to endorse on gaol of the therapy and said that she is ready to put in her best to achieve the better life she need.During the assessment session there was a good working relationship between both of us and I was transparent, a mutual bond of genuine affection was developed between the two of us (therapist and client) and also as a therapist I was real, supportive, cooperative, and genuinely present without any biases, which led to Jenny being open during the assessment. It has been identified that Jenny have multi- specific issues i.e. being alcoholic, feeling confused, depressed, lost, anxiety and as such instead of using on approach its best to integrate other forms of therapy and apply them to tackle and deal with each of the individual issues Jenny is encountering. Having understood the key concepts from psychodynamic, cognitive, psychoanalytic self-psychology, CBT, client self-centred etc. and with the understanding and knowledge on the concept of different approaches, potential, physical, emotional and mental wellbeing while exploring on what factor in her life that is behind the current issues/problems she (client) is going through at the moment.