Shonquasia responded well to the intervention. Shonquasia continues to make progress towards her goals. Shonquasia stated, being treated unfairly, being called names, feeling frustrated, being punished, being bullied and being hit. Shonquasia stated, fighting, yelling, using profanity, making threats and having self harming thoughts. Shonquasia stated feeling threatened, feeling fear, not being able to make a choice and if she feels overwhelmed with the situation.
Maunica responded well to the intervention. Maunica actively participated in the session. Maunica continues to make progress towards her goals. Maunica stated, not to be in a relationship with her ex-boyfriend, not to have sex, and to use coping skill when she get angry. Maunica stated, that sometime she has to remind her self not to get anger outburst when thing do not go her way.
Maunica responded well to the intervention. Maunica continues to make progress towards her goals. Maunica stated, that she used to handle her anger, by yelling, running away, call 911, using profanity and arguing. Maunica stated, that she journal, do not talk back, and talk about what cause her to get upset. Maunica stated, being accused of something she did not do, being called names, talking behind her back, being treated unfairly and being embarrassed.
Accordingly, Louise is staying positive about the situation that she was placed in by being competitive, and not wanting to give up. She was trying to be happy and keep her spirits up to guide her in this chapter of her life. Louise also writes to Ms. Breed that “It has been said that the heat is so hot that the people all sleep outside”(Ogawa). This is a positive way to bring conflict back to the situation because people aren’t giving up, even though they’ve been given up on. They fought for their lives and kept going; they didn’t stop, they all played their
Maunica responded well to the intervention. Maunica continues to make progress towards her goals. Maunica stated, miss placing someone else belongings, things they say, keeping promises, and hurting someone physically and emotionally. Maunica stated, lie, denies, put thing off, blame and ignore. Maunica was able to correctly complete the assignment.
Maunica responded well to the intervention. Maunica continues to make progress towards her goals. Maunica stated, impulses, racing mind, heart rate increase, and muscle tightens. Maunica stated, fear, anger, sorrow, joy, and guilt. Maunica stated, communicate, by facial expression, tone and volume of a person voice and nonverbal; motivation, telling the person to act now or stay calm, and validation, give information about the situation.
Besides being able to trace the grounds of anger in Caroline’s personality, one could also trace the symptoms of this anger. Some of which are; Nervousness, lack of concentration, self-resentment, and the tendency to conspire, plot and take revenge. Through the undeviating choice of words, Caroline’s nervousness is explicitly revealed when she repeats the words “I’m so nervous” more than once (Flock 33 & 102), and implicitly divulged through the juvenile similes she uses. To clarify, Carrie tries to express her inner anger, and thus nervousness, through her similes “The second bell rings almost as loud as my heart is beating” and “I’m concentrating on my heart which is beating in my chest like a bird flapping its wings against a cage, trying to get free” (Flock 34). Even though the similes used are highly referential, they also express the innocence of the eight-year old girl and how what she is going through exceeds her durability.
In the case of Ms. Casper, her life stressor refers to the family’s involvement with CPS, which caused her internal stress as a result of dealing with such a traumatic experience. As emphasized by Gitterman and Germain (2008), the stress that results from life stressors can affect people psychologically and emotionally. Furthermore, the stress caused by traumatic life experiences can stimulate a person to feel angry, anxious and hopeless (Gitterman & Germain, 2008). Indeed, it can be stated that Ms. Casper’s expressions of anger towards me originated from the life stressor she was
Prior to arriving at Vista Maria, Ms. Jones indicated that Tanyia’s temperament has been aggressive, defiant, and argumentative. Through her stay at Vista Maria, her temperament has lessened with the help of her therapy and better coping skills, but also she still displays a low frustration tolerance. When first arriving to the facility, Tanyia’s disposition was cooperative but guarded. Through the strengthening of the therapeutic alliance and her gained skills, she has been able to display a more positive disposition. Tanyia’s moods fluctuate day-to-day.
INTRODUCTION: This case involved Giselle Hernandez being a danger to herself. Hernandez was transported to the Exodus Urgent Care Center, where she was placed on a WIC 5150 hold. INVESTIGATION: On 09-07-17 at approximately 1542 hours, LA County Clinician Vasquez #433353
Tina Modotti Tina Modotti became a successful and talented photographer in a short amount of time. She was born in Udine, Italy on August 16, 1896. Her parents were, Assunta, who was a seamstress and, Giuseppe, who was a mason. She was an only child and spent many days alone. She found ways to entertain herself such as singing, dancing, and even drawing.
Family: Jehmari resides with Doxie Samuels (mother) and Junior Copeland (father) in a 2 family house in Plainfield. Jehmari has a close relationship with his mother. He also have a close relationship with his older sister who does not resides in the family home. CM asks Mrs. Samuels how Jehmari is behaving in the home. Mrs. Samuels reports that this time Jehmari is behavior has improved.