Need help with a 5-7 slide powerpoint presentation on Communication within Families. APA format Communication within Families Three 17 year old high school students are planning on going to an 8pm movie together on a Friday night.

Need help with a 5-7 slide powerpoint presentation on Communication within Families. APA format

Communication within Families

Three 17 year old high school students are planning on going to an 8pm movie together on a Friday night.

Sally has no curfew, so she didnât think going to the movies would be a problem. Sally asked her mother on Tuesday if she could go and her mother said “yes.” When Friday arrived, her mother told Sally that she couldnât go to the movies anymore, it was too late for her to go out, and she needed to stay home. Her mother then left to go to the bar, and Sally was left to feed and care for her younger brother.

Mary asked her father if she could go to the movies. He responded that as her curfew was 9pm she was not allowed to go to the movies. Mary did not want to question her fatherâs decision, so she kept quiet, even though it was the weekend, and she had no responsibilities on Saturday morning. Mary asked her mother if she would try to talk to her father to convince him to lift the curfew for one night, but her mother refused to do so.

Sam asked his parents if he could go to the movies. His parents stated that while normally his curfew was 9pm, it was a weekend night and he had no plans early in the morning on Saturday. Samâs parents decided that as long as his homework and chores were finished, he could have an extension on his curfew for the evening, and could go to the movies. On Friday afternoon, Sam completed his homework and chores, and left to see the movie, with the promise to call his parents if the movie got out later than 10pm.

Respond to the following using the information from the text and lectures:

  • Identify which boundary is best described by each family in the scenario above.
  • Identify which boundary inadequacies are present in each family, if applicable.
  • Explain how each boundary and boundary inadequacy manifests itself.
  • What behaviors contribute to the development and maintenance of each of these boundaries?
  • Which of these teens are at risk for future substance abuse and why?
  • What can parents do to avoid or change any maladaptive boundary patterns in their families?

Create a PowerPoint presentation of five to seven slides, with detailed speaker notes to present to a parent organization. Submit your presentation to the M2: Assignment 2 Dropbox by Wednesday, July 5, 2017.

Assignment 2 Grading CriteriaMaximum Points

Distinguish the boundary type that best characterizes each family.8

Determine the boundary inadequacy demonstrated by each family.8

Provide at least one example of how each boundary type and boundary inadequacy manifests itself.20

Describe at least two behaviors that contribute to the development and maintenance of each boundary type.20

Determine which teens are at risk for future substance abuse and explain why.12

Provide at least two suggestions for what parents can do to avoid or correct any maladaptive boundary patterns in their families.12

Write in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources, display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.20

Total:100

Psychology Help Psychology is a contemporary science. Listed below are several recent papers. For the first part of this assignment, choose two papers to briefly

Psychology Help

Psychology is a contemporary science. Listed below are several recent papers. For the first part of this assignment, choose two papers to briefly summarize in a paragraph each, focusing on the contribution each makes to psychological knowledge in general.The second part of the paper should be a discussion of the contributions and limitations of the field of psychology in our general knowledge. In addition, please discuss the follow;    What can we expect to learn in the future?    What are the possible problems we may face with psychology in the future?This paper should be 2-3 pages in length and use APA formatting (cover page, paper body formatting, citations, and references: see Rasmussen’s APA guide in the Resources tab, or by clicking here. Prior to submitting your paper, be sure you proofread your work to check your spelling and grammar. If you use any outside sources, please site those sources in APA citation format.

3–4 paragraphs phase 1DB2 11am EST % or less OV SCORE WITH TURNITIN write 3–4 paragraphs that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by you

3–4 paragraphs phase 1DB2

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write 3–4 paragraphs that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas:

You have a client who has failed to complete the twelve-step program 2 times in the last year.

  • What treatment program would you recommend for this client?
  • Explain how the program would be more effective for this client than the twelve-step program.

OV SCORE NO MORE THAN 20% Deliverable Length:  3–4 page Word document As a probation officer, you have been asked by the principle of CHS high school to present information during the weekly assembly on chemical addiction and treatm

OV SCORE NO MORE THAN 20%

Deliverable Length:  3–4 page Word document

As a probation officer, you have been asked by the principle of CHS high school to present information during the weekly assembly on chemical addiction and treatment options.

Explain the effects of substance addiction on adolescents and young adults. For example, what are the behaviors like? What is the thought process? What physical changes occur? Do the addicts develop new friends and lose old ones? Is their employment negatively impacted?

Assignment

  • Provide an overview of the effects of substance abuse on adolescents from the following perspectives:
    • behaviorally
    • psychologically
    • physically
    • socially
  • Explain the importance of treatment, and detail the different types of treatment options available for substance addiction.
  • Explain the benefits of inpatient treatment and a twelve-step program.

phase 1 DB Introduction to Family Counseling OV score below 20% 3 to 4 paragraphs You are conducting an initial family counseling session with the Robertsons. The family includes Dan Robertson (the father), Marie Robertson (the m

phase 1 DB Introduction to Family Counseling

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3 to 4 paragraphs

You are conducting an initial family counseling session with the Robertsons. The family includes Dan Robertson (the father), Marie Robertson (the mother), and Peter Robinson (the 10-year-old son). The family has been referred to you for counseling. Dan is an alcoholic as well as a drug addict. His substance abuse has contributed to many family problems. You notice in the session that the only person talking is Dan. You also notice that when you encourage Peter and Marie to speak, they look at Dan prior to responding. Dan often interrupts and speaks for them.

Piagetian theory/ Nativist Approaches start by completing the Theoretical Frameworks Venn Diagram using your assigned grouping below. If you are unsure of how to complete a Venn diag

Piagetian theory/ Nativist Approaches

start by completing the Theoretical Frameworks Venn Diagram using your assigned grouping below. If you are unsure of how to complete a Venn diagram, the video How to Make a Venn Diagram (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. provides a helpful lesson. When completing your Venn Diagram (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., make sure to include the foundations of each theory, how the theory connects to the four main themes shared in Chapter 1 of the course text (nature/nurture, continuous/discontinuous, domain specific vs. domain general, performance and competence), and the limitations of the theory. Before starting your discussion, it will help to review the Week One Instructor Guidance for additional information, resources, and support for excelling in this discussion.

After completing the Venn diagram, compose a response addressing the items listed below. Include your reflection and the Venn diagram with your initial post. Click the paperclip icon below the message area in your post to attach your Venn diagram.

  • Explain how the theoretical frameworks shared in your Venn diagram support cognitive development. Make sure to include at least one example to support your reasoning.
  • Discuss which of the theoretical perspectives resonates with you the most, the least, and provide a rationale as to why.
  • Provide at least one example of how knowledge of these theoretical perspectives may influence your ability to provide quality experiences that support cognitive development beginning with infants and toddlers.
  • If you are currently working with children, explain how these theories/approaches influence your work. If you are not currently working with children, explain how you see these theories/approaches impacting your future work with young children.

Introduction to Family Counseling phase 1 IP 3 to 4 pages less than 20% OV SCORE You have attended a conference on the impact of substance ab

Introduction to Family Counseling phase 1 IP

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You have attended a conference on the impact of substance abuse on relationships and families. You have been asked by your boss to develop a training packet for your agency’s in-service department.

  • Explain the current theories of addiction and how those addictions affect the individual as well as the family (behaviorally, psychologically, physically, and socially).

Many individuals often experience domestic violence from the substance abuser.

  • Identify the signs and patterns of domestic violence.
  • Identify the treatment, prevention, and recovery resources that are available and the process for securing those resources.

scenario To prepare your responses, review the reasons that motivated your initial interest in human services careers. Think about why you chose the particular conc

scenario

To prepare your responses, review the reasons that motivated your initial interest in human services careers. Think about why you chose the particular concentration that you did (child and family services, gerontology, or management). As you reflect, note how your motivations have helped you to complete your degree program thus far. This type of reflection will help you to understand the needs, obstacles, and motivations of your future clients or the staff you will supervise. Jot down some notes about how you faced and managed obstacles, handled failures, and celebrated successes, and then respond to the Discussion topics listed.

  1. Using notes from past classes and experiences from those Discussions, create a scenario for your primary post that demonstrates one of the theories that you studied from any of your previous human service courses. Focus your scenario using a hypothetical client who is representative of the population of your intended career. In your description, describe the type of agency that is providing the service.
  2. field should focus on child and family services

SOCW-6060 & 6443-WK6-Discussions Discussion 1: Cultural Perceptions, Intergroup Competence and the Dual Perspective Model Cultural identities, such as race and ethnicity, religious persuasion, sexual orientation, and ability, and the cultural perception of these identities

SOCW-6060 & 6443-WK6-Discussions

Discussion 1: Cultural Perceptions, Intergroup Competence and the Dual Perspective Model

Cultural identities, such as race and ethnicity, religious persuasion, sexual orientation, and ability, and the cultural perception of these identities often influence individuals’ interactions with others in society. When cultures differ, bicultural socialization represents an individual’s ability to integrate positive aspects of his or her culture with the prevailing societal culture. Think back to the systems theories you examined earlier in the course. How might these identities affect an individual’s interactions within the family or immediate community system, or what the dual perspective model refers to as the nurturing system? Would these identities affect an individual’s interactions within the larger social system that includes commercial, political, economic, and educational subsystems or what the dual perspective model refers to as the sustaining system? The answers to these questions exist in your ability to understand your clients’ experiences and your understanding of the interconnection that exists among your client’s cultural identities, otherwise referred to as level of intergroup competence.

For this Discussion, review this week’s resources, including the Petrakis Family video case. Consider the cultural influences depicted in the video and how Helen and the intern’s ethnic and racial identities might be relevant to their interaction. Then, think about any video evidence of the intern’s perception of Helen’s culture and how it might compare to the intern’s level of intergroup competence. Finally, reflect on how the intern might apply the dual perspective model in the intern’s approach to Helen.

·       Post a summary of the cultural influences depicted in the video and explain how Helen and the intern’s ethnic and racial identities might be relevant to their interaction.

·       Then, explain any video evidence of the intern’s perception of Helen’s culture and further explain how the intern’s cultural perception might reflect her level of intergroup competence.

·       Finally, explain what social work skills the intern might use to apply the dual perspective model in her approach to Helen.

Petrakis Family Episode 1

Program Transcript

FEMALE SPEAKER: OK, Mrs. Petrakis, what I’d like to do is ask you a few

questions just so I get a good understanding of what’s going on. First, let’s start

with what brings you here today.

HELEN PETRAKIS: [LAUGHS] What brings me here? Let’s get down to

business. I will tell you what’s going on.

My husband and I are Greek. Petrakis, big surprise, right? We’re Greek

Orthodox. You know what that means? It means tradition and family the old

fashioned way. Nothing is more important than family, nothing. Young people

today, they don’t seem to care so much. For me, it’s everything to my last breath.

FEMALE SPEAKER: Yes, but—

HELEN PETRAKIS: So that means I take care of my family, not just my husband,

my children, too. We have three. There’s Alek, he’s 27, and Dimitra, she’s 23,

and Athena, 18. They all live at home, and so I take care of all of them. A

mother’s work is never done.

FEMALE SPEAKER: Mrs. Petrakis—

HELEN PETRAKIS: Oh no, no. Call me Helen, please. Let me finish. So is it all

too much for me? Of course it is. I also work full time at the hospital, billing

department. [LAUGHS] You have no idea how much that place overcharges. Let

me tell you. Don’t get sick at a hospital. They will bleed your money.

Anyway, I’m already feeling overwhelmed, like a crazy person. Sometimes I find

myself crying for no reason. And now my mother-in-law’s got dementia and I’m

running over to her place every chance I get to look after her, too.

FEMALE SPEAKER: Wow. You certainly have your hands full. May I ask—

HELEN PETRAKIS: Magda.

FEMALE SPEAKER: Excuse me?

HELEN PETRAKIS: Oh, that’s my mother-in-law’s name. She’s 81. But dementia

is not the worst of it. She fell in her apartment and broke her hip, and how she

can’t go out. So I’m running over there every chance I get to make sure she has

what she needs.

And then last night, I had a thought. Alek, my 27-year-old. He’s not working right

now. What if he moved in with grandma and helped take care of her? That way, I

can relax a bit, know she’s OK, and not be going out of my mind every day like a

crazy person. I mean, what do you think? Grandson gets to know his

grandmother a little bit, gives his mom a break. It’s a good solution, right? Right?

FEMALE SPEAKER: Yes. Yes, it sounds real good.

Reference (use 3 or more)

·       Robbins, S. P., Chatterjee, P., & Canda, E. R. (2012). Contemporary human behavior theory: A critical perspective for social work (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Allyn & Bacon.

·       Dominelli, L., & Hackett, S. (2012). Internationalising social work theory and practice. International Social Work, 55(2), 151–153.

·       Bernal, G., Jiminez-Chafey, M. I., & Domenech Rodriguez, M. M. (2009). Cultural adaptation of treatments: A resource for considering culture in evidence-based practice. Professional Psychology: Research And Practice, 40(4), 361–368.

·       Laureate Education (Producer). (2013). Petrakis family: Episode 1 [Video file].

Discussion 2: Treating Psychotic Disorders

There are two major types of antipsychotic medication. Typical antipsychotics are older drugs, such as chlorpromazine and haloperidol. Typical antipsychotics tend to be highly effective, yet they often have severe side effects. Older clients are more likely to have been prescribed typical antipsychotics before newer atypical antipsychotics became available. However, as long as the client is tolerating the medication, generally the treatment will continue.

Atypical antipsychotics, or newer drugs, tend to be tolerated more readily, and the side effects are less severe (Perry, Alexander, Liskow, & DeVane, 2007). Since typical antipsychotics often have severe side effects, they are used as a last resort when the atypical antipsychotics are not effective. Nevertheless, both antipsychotic medications manage the positive symptoms of schizophrenia or other psychotic disorders, including hallucinations and delusions.

For this Discussion, review the media programs “Psychotic Disorder Case Study: Harry” and“Psychotic Disorder Case Study: Ralph”and consider the case study’s current antipsychotic drug treatments. Next, you will be placed into one of two groups (i.e., Group A: “Harry” case study or Group B: “Ralph” case study). You then will post to your specific group about your assigned case study. You will then respond to a colleague from the opposite group about their case study.

·       Post an alternative antipsychotic drug treatment for your assigned case and explain why you think it is more appropriate.

·       Explain the potential negative side effects and identify symptoms that may not be relieved by the treatment.

·       Then, explain one potential ethical concern related to this client’s treatment and your role as a mental health professional once the client has been stabilized on his medication.

Psychotic Disorder Case Study: Harry

Program Transcript

[MUSIC PLAYING]

HARRY: Hey. I’m Harry. I guess I need to talk to you about the voices. I’m

schizophrenic. And I tried Seroquel. I tried Zyprexa. I’ve taken Geodon, and

Risperdal, the whole shoot and shebang.

They work, or they work pretty well for a while. I’m having trouble controlling the

voices again. The voices are getting stronger. I can hear them now.

Dr. Davis says he’s going to try to have to dig deeper into his bag of tricks to find

something that will work. I don’t know he’d want to play a trick on me. I’m not

going down that rabbit hole. What?

So I’ll take these stronger drugs that used to be on the—stop. Stop. Stop. Stop.

Stop. Stop that. The drugs from that bag are golden. These are dark and cloudy.

I’m ready for it to stop.

Sorry. [MUMBLING] How can I live alone if the voices keep getting stronger?

How can counseling help me other than to help me keep a straight thought for

five minutes and figure out about this new—I mean, old pill in the rabbit hole?

References (use 3 or more)

·       Laureate Education (Producer). (2012f). Psychotic disorder case study: Harry [Video file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

·       Lichtblau, L. (2011). Psychopharmacology demystified. Clifton Park, NY: Delmar, Cengage Learning.

·       Preston, J. D., O’Neal, J. H., & Talaga, M. C. (2017). Handbook of clinical psychopharmacology for therapists (8th ed.). Oakland, CA: New Harbinger.

·       Lieberman, J. A., Stroup, T. S., McEvoy, J. P., Swartz, M. S., Rosenheck, R. A., Perkins, D. O., … Hsiao, J. K. (2005). Effectiveness of antipsychotic drugs in patients with chronic schizophrenia. New England Journal of Medicine, 353(12), 1209–1223.