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Strength, Needs, and Cultural Assessment Treatment PlanDaizonia BentonBSHS/465July 23, 2018Mrs. A. Brown
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Strength, Needs, and Cultural Assessment Treatment PlanIntroductionThis paper is an inclusive treatment plan and interview questions that were asked to the client. The focus of this paper is on are Family, Education, Employment, Safety Needs, Behavioral/Emotional Needs, Health, Culture and Legal Needs. An assessment plan will be created to assess the full range of issues that the client is currently facing. The final part will consist of a treatment plan with long and short-term goals.Client’s Background/HistorySasha is a 17-year-old African American child that is seeking help for possible depression. Sasha has been feeling down for months and her parents will ask her what is wrong with her, but Sasha tells them nothing. Sasha’s mother talked to her about seeking help since she no longer hangs out with her friends and seems not to enjoy life anymore. Sasha reported spending a lot of time in her bedroom and upset that she had to attend a new school away from her friends and start school without knowing anyone. Sasha has been dealing with this for over a year and reported the last time she recalls being happy she was 13-years-old. Sasha’s father seems to relate since he also experiences the same sadness. All Sasha’s answers to each question will be in bold type.Family/Living/Housing1.Who is a part of the family household? (mom, dad, siblings, grandparents, foster parents, etc.)? Mom, dad, 18-year-old brother, and 14-year-old sister. My arecaring for my little cousin that that is 10-years- old”.
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2.What this family needs to stay together? “We need to spend quality time together, better communication, and we need to find ways to better help each other without arguing.”3.Who lives together and how that is working for everyone? “As far as that my 14-year-old sister, 10-year-old cousin and I share a room, my 18-year-old brother has his own, and my parents share a room”.4.What a typical day looks like for this child and family? “I leave for school at 6:30am and I get home from school by 2:30pm, I make me something to eat, do homework and watch T.V. or talk on my phone, eat dinner, spend time with the family, then go to bed.”5.Have there been any recent changes in living environment/situation (e.g., removalfrom family, divorce, adoption, school suspension, family death, auto accident, loss of job/income)? “Yes, my parents put me in a new school away from all my friends and I was put in a gifted program, now that my little cousin lives with us there is a third person in the bedroom with my sister and me. There has been talk of moving my grandmother in since she has been ill and gettingto old to care for herself. My brother lost his job a few weeks ago and our family was already struggling to pay bills and keep food in the house.”Education6.
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