All of the above answers are great.
You may want to try some tactical strategies for emotional strength and resiliency. You want the client to have more energy to accomplish his daily work and enjoy his social
life. This means getting him connected to what he values most in his life and how having more energy will allow him to live a more fullfilling life.
You do not need to do the work here, he does. Ask him to write a mission statement, something with an emotional pull. It can be several sentences or one. Ask him if he will share it with you.
Does his statement illicit excitment from him, or is it just a rote response. The mission statement is his touchstone during the challenging times ahead. Something he can use to pull him forward when he is discouraged. Make sure he understands that this is not easy work, but that having a heartfelt intrinsic value attached to the work will help him sail more smoothly.