Analyze the client’s presenting problem

Analyze the client’s presenting problem

Develop a treatment plan based on your chosen case history from Unit 2. This component of your plan will incorporate concepts and approaches along the continuum of the selected case study diagnosis, the selected mental health theory, and your selected treatment intervention, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, or rational emotive behavioral therapy. It must also consider ethics and diversity through a systems perspective.

Describe the client’s demographical information.
Analyze the client’s presenting problem.
Describe the client’s diagnoses using the DSM-5 as a foundation.
Apply the assessments used to approach the diagnosis (depression scale, alcoholism screening, ADHD, etcetera).
Apply a mental health theory applied from your readings to the case (such as but not limited to cognitive, solution-focused, object relations, narrative, behavioral, or self-psychology).
Apply a treatment intervention and describe the specific and best treatment intervention applied, including descriptions of the:
Client’s strengths, weaknesses, and social support systems in the treatment intervention plan applied.
The client’s long-term goal for the treatment intervention plan applied.
Client’s short-term goals and treatment objectives for the treatment intervention plan applied.
Create a treatment timeline.
Apply the systems theory perspective to include the client’s family (treatment at the micro, mezzo, and macro-level).
Explain at least one of the potential ethical dilemmas and how to address it through NASW ethical guidelines.
Explain the diversity needs for the client or family and how to address those needs.
Explain how you will evaluate the client’s progress.