Beck Hopelessness Case Study

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The paper will be discussing the Beck Hopelessness Scale (BHS) as it relates to an individual that has sought of therapy to help with their thoughts of feeling hopeless and suicidal. The paper will dive into the analysis of theoretical basis as it relates to the appropriateness of the BHS, the technicality of what the BHS assessment has to offer, the ethical issues as it relates to the clinician and client and lastly the multicultural and diverse populations the clinician are ethically obligated to honor and uphold not only by the rules and regulations that clinician are held to but also for the best interest of the clients well being.
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