Complete your treatment plan template for Eliza based on LAST WEEKS assignments findings. Additionally, write and submit a 700-1,050-word essay that includes the following:
- The treatment theory you would use and why.
- A description of how you would address any mental health, medical, legal, and substance use issues that the client exhibits in the case study through the lens of your counseling theory of choice.
- Include at least three scholarly sources in your paper.
Submit the paper and the treatment plan to your instructor.(I WILL COMPLETE THE ATTACHED TREATMENT PLAN) I JUST WANTED YOU TO HAVE IT FOR REFERENCE, PLUS THE PAPER YOU WROTE LAST WEEK.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
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CLASS TEXTBOOK REFERENCE:
Schwitzer, A. M., & Rubin, L. C. (2014). Diagnosis and treatment planning skills: A popular culture approach (2nd ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN-13: 9781483349763
Complete your treatment plan template for Eliza based on LAST WEEKS assignments findings. Additionally, write and submit a 700-1,050-word essay that includes the following: The treatment theory you wo
Psychosocial Assessment ____ Part 1 (Topic 2) Template ____ Part 2 (Topic 3) Name: ______________________________ Date: _________________ DOB: ________________ Age: ________________________________ Start Time: ____________ End Time: ___________ Identifying Information: ____________________________________________________________________________________ David is a 49 years old man. He is married with two children. He has been working in a steel mill as a metallurgical engineer for 20 years. Presenting Problem: David has lost interest in doing the things he used to do such as watching TV, attending family gatherings, and playing golf, and instead spends a lot of time in his bedroom alone. He has lost appetite and also doesn’t sleep well. He doesn’t feel the need for living anymore but believes he will recover from this sour mood. Life Stressors: David’s sister’s condition may have contributed to his condition since she has been struggling with depression for 10 years. Substance Use: Yes No ____________________________________________________________________________________ David has had a problem with alcohol abuse. He drinks more at night because he has sleep disturbances. Addictions (i.e., gambling, pornography, video gaming) David has a problem with alcohol addiction. However, he has changed his drinking patterns and takes two to three drinks perf night unlike previously when he used to drink frequently. Medical/Mental Health Hx/Hospitalizations: David hasn’t sought help previously from any healthcare facility in regard to this condition. Abuse/Trauma: David doesn’t have major traumatic events. However, Lisa’s condition may have traumatized him. Social Relationships: David has for the last 6 months withdrawn himself from family gatherings and mostly spends time in solitude. Family Information: David has not lost any member of his family. However, losing a family member can be traumatic and lead to depression. Spiritual: David does not give any information about his spiritual inclinations. However, spirituality can be a cause of mental health problems as well as recovery. Suicidal: David admits that he feels that life isn’t worth living. Therefore, it is most likely he is suffering from depression. Homicidal: David does not show any signs of violence towards his friends and family, or threatening or attempting to kill them. Name: _____________________________________________ Date: __________________ References Gore, W. L., & Widiger, T. A. (2013). The DSM-5 dimensional trait model and five-factor models of general personality. Journal of abnormal psychology, 122(3), 816. Doi: org/10.1037/a0032822 Schwitzer, A. M., & Rubin, L. C. (2014). Diagnosis and treatment planning skills: A popular culture approach (2nd ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN-13: 9781483349763