COUN-R5831 CASE STUDY TREATMENT PLANBIOPSYCHOSOCIAL ASSESSMENT FORMClient Demographic Data:Name:Angie JohnsonAge:41Gender:femaleSocial-Cultural Information (race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, etc.):Client is an Caucasian, heterosexual, middle aged female. She does come from an Christianupbringing. Her religion is a big part of her life and she often seeks guidance from her pastor.Current Employment:Currently the client works as an legal aid, where she assists lawyers with their work.Educational Background:High school graduate, bachelor's in pre-law, and did go to mental law school. Client did obtainher law license.Military Background:none.Presenting Problem:Developmental crises:Client has come in wanting to make changes in her life. The past two years have been difficultfor the client. She is regretful of her behavior and is feeling a loss of self-worth and confidence.Two years ago she went through a divorce with her husband, lost custody of her kids, and losther law license from having inappropriate relationships with clients. Typically, since faith is animportant part of her life she seeks advice from her pastor, but is now looking for differentadvice on how she can make some positive changes in her life.
Disabilities:nonePrevious Mental Health Issues/Treatment:Client did get treated for depression in her early 20's by her family doctor.Situational and environmental factors impacting the problem:Client has mentioned that her father's extra marital affairs had affected her, since she was veryclose to her father growing up and witnessed his unfaithfulness first hand.Family History:Who was in family of origin?Client grew up in a stable home with her mom, dad, two sisters, and brother. Parents diddivorce later on. The family was all pretty close until the divorce happened and then they allbecome distant. Mom stayed home growing up to take care of the kids and dad usually workedall the time and was barely home. When he was home he was attentive to his kids. The familywas very Christian though and did attend church every Sunday. Faith was a very importantaspect of the family.Describe family environment in childhood/adolescence:Dad was strong, hard-working, and always attentive to the kids when he was at home. Clientwas very close to him and often witnessed his unfaithfulness. This impacted how the clientsaw her mother. Mom was so forgiving and warm. She would forgive dad of all of hisdiscrepancies because she wanted to keep the family together and seem like a strong unitedChristian family.Special circumstances or events in childhood/adolescence:Parents got divorced when the client was 10. She did not want to pick sides so began to be onboth. Client developed a strong relationship with her pastor that did turn inappropriate throughwords that he had said to her.