The Assignment: Strategic Treatment Plan The Treatment Plan Short 2.0.pdf … See attached documents TreatmentPlanRubric.pdf …. See attached documents

The Assignment: Strategic Treatment Plan

The Treatment Plan Short 2.0.pdf … See attached documents
TreatmentPlanRubric.pdf …. See attached documents

Create a Strategic Family Treatment Plan utilizing the following case example:
A family was referred to the Parent and Child Development Center by Carin, Hannah Holmes’ maternal Aunt, who is concerned that Hannah seems so withdrawn. Carin, who is unable to drive, has never met Julia but recalls Jordyn and Jorge as nice children who used to come to visit often. Carin says “maybe it is normal for Hannah to be so busy with 3 kids now, but she calls less often and does not sound like herself when she does call”. Hannah agreed to an initial visit by a Family Specialist Social Worker
Holmes Family:
Hiram – 45
Hannah – 44
Jorge – 5
Jordyn – 3
Julia – 18 mos.
• The Holmes family live in a suburban neighborhood outside of Lexington, KY.
• Hiram works approximately 50 hours a week as a mid-level executive at an insurance company; Hannah was trained as a dental hygienist, but has stayed at home since the birth of Jorge; finances are somewhat strained as they bought a huge house 3 years ago and are now having trouble making house payments. Contemplating trying to sell and move closer to Jorge’s job downtown.
• Married for 12 years.
• Not active in church, though starting to look for church home for kids (come from different backgrounds – he Jewish, she Catholic – sometimes experience conflict on faith traditions; looking for common ground for support; tried going to different places, did not like what they have found so far after 4 different visits “We are pretty discouraged” – looking for support on this topic)
• The family of origin: Hiram’s family of origin – he was an only child; father died from heart disease when he was 50, as did his grandfather at 48. Mother was emotionally somewhat absent, often volunteering rather than spending time with Hiram, Hiram largely raised himself. Little other family connections. Hannah comes from a large family where she is the middle of 8 children (7 girls and 1 son) – brother was the youngest and is “spoiled”, but lives near Hannah and is helpful to the Holmes around the house – fixes things. Hannah competes with her sisters for her parent’s attention. She does not often tell her problems to her family for fear she will sound “needy”. Hannah is very close to an Aunt who lives in Nebraska – they talk on the phone several times a week.
• Health – Hiram is about 50 pounds overweight and very worried about family health history, but has “no time” to work out or take walks. Hannah walked every day with a next door neighbor and the kids but the neighbor moved away last year just after Julia was born. Hannah finds herself having a very hard time losing the “baby weight” and reports that she often sits around watching TV rather than walking or cleaning. Playing with the kids is getting harder for her to do – “it takes too much energy”. She has felt this way since shortly after Julia was born. She is still nursing Julia. She quit nursing Jorge and Jordyn when both were 12 months old.
• Children:
o Jorge: Active 5 year old – runs a lot, good on stairs, loves stacking blocks, does not always take directions well. Listens very well to Hiram, but recently has started defying Hannah. Seeks attention a lot – hides behind mother’s legs when asked questions. Goes to preschool half-days (afternoons) and will be in Kindergarten in the fall. Very bossy of Jordyn, says little about Julia, has thrown blocks at Julia. Followed normal development stages of walking and talking. Prescribed glasses at age 3.
o Jordyn: precocious 3-year old, very friendly to strangers – she sat on your lap immediately – very attention seeking. Good motor skills and advanced verbal skills – speaks very clearly. Brings everything to Hannah, even before asked. Hiram describes her as a “little mother”. Caters to Julia. Very caring. Followed normal developmental stages of walking and talking. No major illnesses.
o Julia: 18 mo. old – not walking yet. Some crawling; poor coordination and leg strength; shows little curiosity, babbles; can sit up without much help, beginning to use her thumb to pick up objects, drops one object when handed another, looks to Jordyn when she needs something, watches Jorge a lot, but little communication. Very attached to Jordyn, not as much to her mother or father. Father sometimes plays peekaboo, but she is not interested unless he is touching her hands or arms, otherwise, she ignores him. Has not been to the doctor since she was 9 months old.

• Gehart Chapter 6 PowerPointFile

• Gehart Chapter 7 PowerPointFile

Strategic Therapy: Systemic Therapies Part II – YouTube

Treatment Planning Resources: Additional information and assistance for treatment planning 2015 Session 51.pdf?forcedownload=1

Good Therapy Treatment Planning Info:
Mental Health Treatment Planning

Sociology Question

What memories do you have about wanting a particular job/career when you were younger?
What do you now want to do for a career and how are you going to make it happen?
What is your current major(s)/minor(s) at UCI? Why did you choose them and how satisfied are you with your choices? How will they prepare you for your intended career choice you discussed in question #2?
What is one of your passions in life and why are you so passionate about it? How important is having a career that involves this passion?
How might Sociology fit into your studies at UCI, your career choice, or your future professional endeavors? Would you ever consider being a “Sociologist?” Why or why not?
The Pathfinder talks about several different ways of making decisions. Which of the following method(s) do you tend to use when making decisions: logic/analysis/common sense; feelings/inclinations/passions; romantic yearnings; resonance; external sources; reaction/rebellion/compliance; random; should/yeahbuts? Discuss why you gravitate toward the particular method(s) when making decisions. Where do you think you learned how to make decisions like you do? Do you want to change the way you make decisions?
Reflect on a major decision you had to make in the past three years. Describe the decision, how you approached making it, which of the method(s) described in question #6 you used with the decision, and the decision’s final outcome. Are you still satisfied with your decision? Why or why not?
Think of one major decision you will have to make in the next three years. What is the decision? Do you feel prepared to make it? What do you need to answer, find out, or consider in order to make your decision? What might some obstacles (or yeahbuts!) be in making your major decision? How might you overcome these obstacles in order to make your decision?
Choose ONE of the “Inquiries” that you completed from Chapters 1-14 to discuss. Which inquiry did you complete (name it) and what was the overall outcome/result of the inquiry (describe in detail what you did)? Why did you decide to complete that particular inquiry and what personal insights did you gain from doing it? How might this inquiry help in finishing school, making future decisions and planning your career?
Please answer each question thoroughly with GENUINE reflection rather than “correct” answers. Your entire paper should be at least 5-7 pages in length, typed, double-spaced in 12-point font with one-inch margins, pages numbered, your name on the upper left corner, and edited for spelling and grammatical errors. Yes, you can number your responses but DO NOT use bullet points. Write in complete sentences with thoughtful responses.

reading response

Choose two of this week’s readings that you think are in conversation with one another and discuss why they are either complementary or at odds with one another. What do their perspectives reveal about the particular ways that race and racism shapes US urban areas?
Remember that these are intended to be brief, critical responses to the assigned materials and should be written in narrative form. They should not include long summaries or quotations from the readings. They should be around 300 words.
Your responses should:1) Make direct and accurate references to the readings2) Synthesize and analyze, not only summarize3) Be written thoughtfully and carefully with a clear beginning, middle, and end (remember to proofread before submitting)

Sociology Question

Need help with a Sociology test
Topics are: education, social class structure, and global stratification
Lecture notes and study guide are provided
Study Guide:
. What is each case about, court decision, reasoning for decision, and impact of each court decision:
Brown v. Board of Education, 1954
Mendez v. Westminster School District, 1947
Roberto Alvarez v. Board of Trustees of the Lemon Grove School District, 1931
Mills v. Board of Education of the District of Columbia, 1972
What are the rates of educational attainment by race?
High school dropout/pushout rates
College enrollment
College completion
Little Rock Nine
What is this about?
What is its significance/what does it illustrate?
Factors that cause or lead to educational inequality/How do these factors lead to educational inequality:
Curriculum (what are some issues with curriculum)
Lack of racial/ethnic recognition
Militarization of schools1033 Program

Zero tolerance policies
Jim Crow/Separate but Equal policies (Plessy v Ferguson 1896)
What is it? Goal? Consequence?
“No Child Left Behind”
Connection of education and mobility?
What role does social class plays in educational achievement and success?
How is self-fulfilling prophecy related to education?
Relationship between income, gender and education?
How would each theory view education or the role education plays in society (conflict, functionalism, symbolic interactionism, feminisms)?
Social Class and social Stratification: MODULE 10


What does Socrates mean by saying that the unexamined life is not worth living? In what sense is the examination of life important? What would such an examination be, exactly? Explain.
2. Why does Socrates tell his accusers (e.g. Meletus, as well as the jury) that he refuses to stop teaching philosophy? After all, he could just stop and escape prosecution. Why not?
3. Near the end of the Apology, Socrates offers a prophecy about the fate of Athens. Just what is this? Did the prophecy come true?

Social Work Question

Discuss the client’s culture, how this may be affecting his/her development, and the considerations you need to make to be culturally competent (you should include at least one reference about cultural competence/humility, as relevant to this client).
Describe at least two human behavior and the social environment (HBSE) theories and describe how they apply to effectively engaging with your client. For example, if you are working with a client with an anxiety disorder discuss how HBSE theories help you to effectively understand your client, inform your ongoing assessment and the intervention process.
2. Assessment: (Approximately 2 pages)
In this section, you will diagnose your client. You will use the DSM-5 (APA, 2013) to apply diagnostic criteria about your client to the client’s diagnosis to demonstrate that the client meets the criteria of that diagnosis.
Please also explain the assessments that were or will be used for diagnosis and why you chose them (e.g., Beck’s Depression Inventory, ADIS, Connor’s, etc.). Also, discuss the frequency of reassessment throughout your client’s course of care and rationale (e.g., pre- and post-intervention as well as the during treatment, as it applies to your client and their needs).
Revisit your HBSE theories from your introduction and describe how they will help inform your ongoing assessment.
End this section with your client’s prognosis. Describe the client’s potential for recovery and relapse prevention and how you reached that conclusion.
I have started this paper, i have attached it. The client does not have an intensive cultural background, but his African American.

Social Work Question

Ethics in Practice: Whistleblower – An Ethical Dilemma A whistleblower, by definition, is someone who brings an unethical, immoral, or illegal business practice to the public’s attention. Whistleblowers have a difficult time in doing this, and they often find their lives changed because of their actions. Sometimes they are shunned and receive death threats. It is common for the family members to feel the effects of a whistleblower’s behavior.
Dr. Jeffrey Wigand became one of the best-known whistleblowers after his experience was turned into a movie, The Insider. He proved that tobacco companies were deliberately boosting the nicotine content of cigarettes, making them more addictive and cancer causing. However, like other whistleblowers, he suffered from tremendous stress and received death threats and other forms of intimidation for doing the right thing.
How did Dr. Wigand show moral intelligence in this situation? Jeffrey Wigand put his economic future as well as coworkers and his family at risk to expose the tobacco companies. Would you have done the same thing?

peer review on abstract of yellow peril

Yellow Peril – Wikipedia
To review, download and open each of your two peers’ drafts, turn on “Review: Track Changes” and provide helpful side comments (approximately 1–3 comments per paragraph that target organization, themes, concerns, confusion, other ideas for improvement), and occasional in-line edits, too, if you see recurring errors. For instance, you might dedicate some of your review to proper citations if your peer seems to be struggling with that skill, or you might focus on thematic or organizational issues.
You need to write peer review about the first two draft listed below. The third article is a background introduction.

The essay needs to be 750-1,000 words, 5 or more paragraphs with a clear introduction, thesis statement and conclusion, Essay

The essay needs to be 750-1,000 words, 5 or more paragraphs with a clear introduction, thesis statement and conclusion, written in APA format.

Based on the events in the movie To Sir with Love (YouTube link below), how does self-perception tend to change in relation to the opinions of teachers and other students? How does this reflect the theories presented by Weber, Veblen, Mead, and Cooley (see attached sources and links listed below)?

(Please let me know if you have trouble accessing the last link. I can gladly send a copy-and-paste version of the information if necessary)

help our group add more information

The purpose of this paper is to apply the information you learned in the course to an adolescent character from one of the sources provided to you (refer to Module 7). Specifically, you will read about (or view) the life of a character and provide critical analyses of a particular aspect of the character’s development (i.e., a Developmental Outcome), using the concepts you learned in the course. Example outcomes include the character’s relationship with their parent (or romantic partner or peer), it could be their personality or morality, political beliefs, development of sexual identity, etc. The outcome you choose to analyze, and the concepts you use to analyze the person/character is up to you. This paper should be approximately 4-5 pages long, double spaced, 12 point font, APA style. Your grade will be based on how well you meet the requirements below.