Are you ready to Diagnose Case 2.docx - 1 The presenting problems that appear in Joshua’s case are pointed out when his mother seeks out for

Are you ready to Diagnose Case 2.docx - 1 The presenting...

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1. The presenting problems that appear in Joshua’s case are pointed out when his mother seeks out for counseling due to his “out of control behavior”. Joshua continuously disobeys and disregards his parents’ instructions as well as participates in troublesome behavior. Joshua’s behavior has been dwindling down excessively and exclusively with the arrival of his newborn baby sister who is now 6 months old. In the case of Joshua, his frequent difficult conduct is transpired significantly within the past two months between school complications and continual conduct obstacles at home. 2. In the case of Joshua, one behavior that displays typical development would be his unwillingness to complete chores. As an 11-year-old boy, it is common to lack inclination and motivation for cleaning and tasks around the house. Typically, parents establish chores as a new undertake within years of growth, so children tend to take some time to develop them into their daily routines. 3. Joshua presents atypical development when his teacher reports his temper tantrum. He
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Unformatted text preview: received a suspension from school due to screaming, throwing items and storming out of the room. At the developmental stage of an 11-year-old boy, they are more inclined to adhere to rules and commands from authority figures. When children struggle to comply with regulations by reacting impulsively, these behavior call attention to. 4. One risk factor Joshua faces is that he continuously and progressively disobeying parental commands. Joshua’s risk factor applies to his personal struggle with following direct instructions which eventually emerges in his academic setting. 5. In the case of Joshua, his protective factor rests on his expressive compassion towards his mother when she is having a bad day or when the family goes out for recreational activities. Joshua displays sympathy and concern towards his family as a symbol of control towards the emotion he’s expressing which exhibits positive adaptation....
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