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Running head: AMY’S TRAETMENT PLAN1Amy’s Treatment PlanSade BossWalden University
AMY’S TRAETMENT PLAN2Amy’s Treatment PlanThe purpose of this paper is to understand how school bullying and family trauma can affect the individual. To do this, we will focus on the case of Amy B. and evaluate her concerns from a mezzo and macro perspective. By viewing her family and school life and assessing the policies and methods that can be implanted or changed to help Amy thrive socially, emotionally, and academically.Identifying the ClientAmy B. is a white teenage high school student who has been skipping classes, and her grades are suffering for it. She lives with her mother, father, and her four siblings. Her father has recently had a stroke and is now in the hospital. As a consequence of this unfortunate circumstance, Amy's mother has been struggling to pay the bills, look after her children, and helpher husband recover, so Amy was given the task to help her younger siblings. However, Amy hasfound it challenging to help her siblings and keep up with her schoolwork.Amy's school life is no less stressful and dynamic than her home life. At school, Amy is the victim of verbal and physical abuse from her classmates. To avoid the bullies in her class, Amy has been skipping classes. The bullies have begun to notice this, and they are now attackingAmy through text. She wishes to see the school social worker; yet, she knows if she does, the harassment will only get worse. She refuses to speak with her mother about the bullying because