Mr. Johnny Boggs, 69-year-old Caucasian divorced male, lives with his biological daughter, Ms. Wanda Boggs Ferguson, 20-year-old Caucasian, and her husband Mr. Charles Ferguson, 21-year-old Caucasian along with their two sons, Charles Ferguson Jr. (3 years and 10 months old) and Liam Ferguson (13 months old) at the current residence (381 Greenbriar Rd, Louisa, KY, 41230). The house is in Mr. Boggs name and he is residing in the house for the last 50 years. Randel is the youngest child, 17-year-old Caucasian male, who was placed out of home for illegal drug use, aggression (hitting, punching, pushing, swearing, and cursing) towards his father, non-compliance, defiance, running away from the home with whereabouts unknown, truancy, and unsatisfactory
During the evaluation period at St. Mary's, the triggers that caused her to relapse were not discovered. Upon arrival at home, TL became very focused on finding objects to self-harm. This behavior lasted approximately 30 minutes before she found a glass that was left in the kitchen sink and broke it. She was immediately removed from the location and restrained.
counseling, where the co-leader can take a few minutes work on some better communication methods so that the client can learn some new and healthier methods to communicate. When the co-leader does not have a client to work with, the co-counselor can be part of the counseling process with the leader of the group. When attracting group members, most counselors are attract group members by using printed materials and websites to attract group members. Counselor can also attract clients by word-of-mouth. By asking counselors if they would know people that would benefit from counseling (Corey, Corey, & Corey, 2014).
William Fairbairn is known for postulating that libido unlike what Freud said is object seeking and not pleasure seeking. He said our search for relationships is more primitive than the desire to gratify them. Fairbairn’s structural model proposes, “that the libido is not primarily aimed at pleasure, but at making relationships with others.” Fairbairn’s internal objects are formed directly from actual experiences with external objects. For Fairbairn, badness is the internalization of parents who are actually depriving or rejecting.
The Psychoanalysis of Kevin Crumb Split, directed by M. Night Shymalan is about a man with twenty-three personalities seeking to find justice for the broken and meek. The movie kicks off with a bang when three girls by the names of Casey, Marcia, and Claire are gassed and kidnapped after their party. The girls do not know Casey very well and invited her out of pity. When they awaken they soon find that this is no conventional kidnapping. Their kidnapper, Kevin Crumb, has Dissociative Identity Disorder and is conflicted with twenty-three personalities inside of his head.
Fruitvale station is movie that tackles the stereotypes of racism, police- brutality and poverty all in the matter of 85 minutes. Based on a true story, the movie follows its protagonist Oscar Grant III in his final hours leading up to his death. Grant was brutally shot by police officers in Hayward California on New Year’s Day 2009. Fruitvale station depict his everyday life and centers around him and his family and the effects situations such as poverty, racism and police brutality can have on certain demographics. It also shows that sometimes all three are intertwined.
Another character is Lindsey. Lindsey is introduced early on in the support group with Ben. Lindsey was abusing the prescriptions Vicodin and OxyContin. Lindsey explains that she felt that OxyContin was her one true love and that she would do it until her nose bled. She describes that after all she developed a tolerance to these drugs and in order to feel better again she moved onto heroin.
Psychologist: A psychologist is a trained professional who is a specialist in psychology. This is a therapist which studies mental processes and human behaviour by observing and recording how people relate to one another. To perform this psychologists, look for patterns that help them acknowledge and estimate behaviour such as the actions of the patient. This can suggest how he/
Family structure talks about family arrangement and composition which includes the roles and interactions (Edelman, 2014). According to Minuchin (2012), the family structural theory emphasis on the important of the family structure and its changes that occurs and how the individuals in the family relate collectively over time to put up and accept each other. Minuchin says further that a well-functioning family will choose how to solve and handle the family experience with a positive outcome. The goal of a structural family is to express the strengths in each other in critical moments, and helping each other through it. Developmental theory is the methods used as the viewpoint of family tasking and development through phases of life (Edelman, 2014).
In today’s society, sometimes one's ambition and focus on work, can come in the way of what is really important in their life, as shown in William Shakespeare's, Macbeth. In the play Macbeth, it is evident that throughout the novel, Macbeth becomes a character consumed by mental deterioration. Macbeth suffers severe mental deterioration over the course of the play because he focuses all of his energy on his pursuit for power, that he loses sight of what should truly matter to him. This can be proven through his betrayal of friendships, his uncaring attitude towards his reputation, and his neglection in his marriage.
D-The patient requested to see this writer as she was emotionally upset about her cat being diagnosed with cancer. The patient views her cat her second child of which she adores dearly. This writer provided sympathy about the concerning factor surrounding her cat and coping skills that could be beneficial to the patient. Then the patient shared about other stressors about her mother falling at the skilled nursing facility for the past 6 months and her nervousness to ask for a raise from her employer. Alternatives were discussed to address her stressors of which has been ongoing.
Summary Carol Alden was referred to an infant mental health program by a public health nurse. At that time, she was suffering from postpartum depression, agoraphobia, and possible domestic abuse. Ms. Alden was 4 months pregnant with her second child; her first child, Kyle, was 16 months old.