Total Points 20Evidence of completion of the client interview will be documented by writing a brief, but detailed introduction of your client situation to include: their age/age-range; sex/gender, DSM-IV diagnosis, psychosocial stressors (trauma, mental health issues, substance abuse, sexual orientation, disability, etc.), and life experiences, employment, strengths, etc.
Identify and describe the DSM-V diagnosis. Include symptoms/symptomatology that may be exhibited by the client.
Select an evidence-based intervention that is found effective with this diagnosis.
Discuss and provide an overview of what the research literature and other sources say about the evidence-based interventions that are most effective with the treatment of the diagnosis.
Provide a rationale for selecting this particular intervention. Why might this intervention be appropriate for the identified diagnosis?
Describe why you chose this intervention for your client? Include a description as to why you feel this is the appropriate intervention for treatment. Discuss your decision based on what the literature says, your understanding of what the client would best respond to, or a combination of both?
Close with a discussion of your own feelings/reactions to explaining to a client, his/her family member/ caretaker the DSM-V diagnosis that you identified. What did you feel that you do/did well? What are your areas of growth in the process? What did you learn about this experience? What would you do differently? Include your feedback from the client, field instructor/task instructor, or another agency personnel about your delivery.
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