Psychological and emotional functioning

Psychological and emotional functioning as well as interpersonal and social relationships. Choose a character in the movie and discuss what you understand about
the following (one to two pages):
a. Description of presenting issues
b. Trauma they experienced
c. Psychological and emotional functioning as well as interpersonal and
social relationships
d. Strengths and resources
In Part II discuss the following (two to three pages)
a. In what way do you think the character’s current behavior is adaptive or
helping him or her survive? How do you understand the purpose behind his
or her established coping strategies? How do you understand how his or
her traumatic history has shaped his or her attachment patterns and
methods of relating to others in the world? Connect your ideas to
literature
b. What treatment strategies discussed during class feel applicable for
working with this character? Use literature to back up your rationale for
interventions
In Part III discuss the following (two to three pages):
a. Choose an intervention that you saw used in the film (i.e. use of self,
restraints, group work…) and analyze whether or not you feel the
intervention was appropriate for this population. Use literature to support
your rationale for why an intervention should or should not be used
with trauma impacted populations.
b. Discuss ways in which you would incorporate trauma informed work
into this setting and support your ideas with literature.

Below i’ve attached a copy of my draft but feel as though all questions was not answered and it needs to be written better. if you feel as though the paper is good 

Please feel free to revised or edit my paper to make sure it is following the prompt and ANSWER all questions. please properly correct and edit the citations in the paper and refernces in apa format. 

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below is the list of the literature used:

Psychological and emotional functioning

REQUIRED READING
(E) Courtois, C. (2004) Complex trauma, complex reactions: Assessment and treatment. Psychotherapy:Theory, Practice, Research, Training, 41(4), 412-425

(D) Cook, A., Spinazzola, J., Ford, J., Lanktree, C., Blaustein, M., Cloitre, M., . . . van der Kolk, B. (2005). Complex trauma in children and adolescents. Psychiatric Annals, 35(5), 390–398.

(E) Pearlman, L. A., & Caringi, J. (2009). Living and working self-reflectively to address vicarious trauma. In C. A. Ford & J. D. Ford (Eds.), Treating complex traumatic stress disorder (pp. 202–225). New York, NY: Guilford Press.

(E) Forkey, H., & Szilagyi, M. (2014). Foster Care and Healing from Complex Childhood Trauma. The Pediatric Clinics Of North America, 61(Child Maltreatment), 1059-1072.

(E) Courtois, C. (2004) Complex trauma, complex reactions: Assessment and treatment. Psychotherapy:Theory, Practice, Research, Training, 41(4), 412-425

(D) Cook, A., Spinazzola, J., Ford, J., Lanktree, C., Blaustein, M., Cloitre, M., . . . van der Kolk, B. (2005). Complex trauma in children and adolescents. Psychiatric Annals, 35(5), 390–398.

(E) Pearlman, L. A., & Caringi, J. (2009). Living and working self-reflectively to address vicarious trauma. In C. A. Ford & J. D. Ford (Eds.), Treating complex traumatic stress disorder (pp. 202–225). New York, NY: Guilford Press.

(E) Forkey, H., & Szilagyi, M. (2014). Foster Care and Healing from Complex Childhood Trauma. The Pediatric Clinics Of North America, 61(Child Maltreatment), 1059-1072.

(D) De Bellis, M. (2001). Developmental traumatology: The psychobiological development of maltreated children and its implications for research, treatment and policy.Development and Psychopathology, 13, 539–564.

(E) Dekel, R., & Goldblatt, H. (2008). Is there intergenerational transmission of trauma? The case of combat veterans’ children. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 78(3), 281.

(D) Hughes, D. (2007). Attachment and intersubjectivity. In Attachment-focused family therapy (pp. 13–36). New York, NY: Norton Press.