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Running Head: ASSIGNMENT 2: CASE PRESENTATION 1 Assignment 2: Case Presentation Name Institution Affiliation Date
ASSIGNMENT 2: CASE PRESENTATION 2 Description of the Agency and Services I interned at Hebron House, Inc., an outpatient mental health agency in Baltimore, Maryland. Hebron House, Inc. is a community-based outpatient mental health clinic that provides various clinical, mental, and behavioral services to its clients (Hebron House, Inc., 2019). Its target population includes children, adolescents, and adults with mental health issues. The organization was established in 2003 and uses a home-based service approach where clients receive treatment from their homes or comfort zones, although they are also allowed to visit the agency. The agency also uses an evidence-based and culturally sensitive approach in providing its services. In this regard, Hebron’s staff comprises of clinicians and consultants from different backgrounds to achieve a culturally-sensitive service provision approach. Besides, as mentioned earlier, Hebron House, Inc. offers various clinical, mental, and behavioral services to clients with different mental health problems. The clinical services include assessment, therapy, and medical services. The medical services are offered by the medical staff, including qualified therapists, nurses, psychiatrists, and clinicians. The mental health services provided at Hebron House, Inc. include assessment, diagnosis, and treatment or therapy. The agency also offers counseling to mental health clients. Lastly, behavioral services comprise behavioral treatment such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Description of the Client Throughout the field education experience, the client that stood out for me was Brian Johnson. Johnson was a 64 years old African American from Baltimore, Maryland. He was a widower with two children (Natasha and Michael). He was suffering from a Major Depression Disorder (MDD). His unemployment status, loss of a wife, neglect from his children, and lack of
ASSIGNMENT 2: CASE PRESENTATION 3 government support influenced his condition. The mental health condition made Johnson feel sad, lonely, and suicidal.

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