Summarize the client’s background and present living situation, addressing diversity and the human life cycle, as well as appropriate developmental milestones and stage theory.

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Develop a clear and thorough understanding of the presented case in the video shown in class.
Write a 2,800- to 3,500-word paper on the identified patient from the video you watch with the class; conceptualize the case according to your identified theoretical orientation, and create a theory-based treatment plan.
Review your notes taken during the counseling session presented in class. Use the DSM and additional professional sources as you explore the client’s situation, potential diagnosis, treatment planning, and legal and ethical concerns.
Document your responses in the order of the Portfolio II Scoring Rubric.
Summarize the client’s background and present living situation, addressing diversity and the human life cycle, as well as appropriate developmental milestones and stage theory.
Discuss the client’s present level of functioning, including a standardized mental status exam summary.
Identify the client’s key problems and issues from a your chosen theoretical orientation.
Provide a logical and rational assessment of the client from your theoretical orientation.
Provide a diagnosis that is consistent with the assessment. Support the diagnosis using the DSM and other research, using DSM V alpha-numeric codes; not DSM IV T R numeric codes. Provide a thorough justification for each of your diagnoses.
Create a theory-based treatment plan and identify appropriate goals and interventions that are consistent with the assessment, diagnosis, and theoretical orientation. Discuss how these might be addressed within the treatment sessions. Use and justify theory-based interventions that will achieve theory-based goals.
Discuss the psychometric tools that you used to further assess the patient needs based on background and diagnosis; Justify your recommendations; and discuss how you will incorporate these into treatment.
Identify thoughts and behaviors that you would use as criteria to determine readiness for successful client termination and your clinical step down plan.
Identify important legal and ethical issues identified in the video and propose resolutions. Support your resolutions with appropriate codes of ethics and legal statutes.
Use peer-reviewed sources to support your ideas throughout the paper.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Theory Cognitive Behavioral Therapy focuses mainly on the idea that maladaptive thoughts are the cause for a person’s distress in life. This theory is matter of fact and relies on psychoeducation as well as logic. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy tracks and assesses irrationalbeliefs or thoughts, and challenges the client to find evidence to support those thoughts. CBTlooks at how our thoughts influence our behaviors which then influences our emotions. CBT canbe used for a wide variety of people with many different diagnoses such as Generalized AnxietyDisorder, eating disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, etc. Therapists who use CBT fortheir clients use a mix of empathy and compassion as well as logic to help the client come upwith replacement behaviors for the ones that are currently causing distress


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