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crime and police were typically only seen when they were giving traffic violation citations or when there was a rare fire. Clyde grew up in a 3-bedroom decent sized home with two siblings. As an adult, Clyde also lives in a 3-bedroom home that suits his family well with a huge yard for his kids and dogs to play in. FinancialClyde and his wife get paid every 2 weeks. Their credit score could be better but they continue to work on it. They make enough to pay bills with a little extra left over. Clyde’s wife isalso paying back student loan debt.Vocational and EducationalClyde chose not to finish high school and instead get his GED. He works in a metal shop and has gained any useful skills through his jobs.LegalClyde has never had any legal issues and is a superb law-abiding citizen.MedicalClyde and his family are young and healthy. No serious medical issues have arisen. SpiritualClyde was raised as a Christian and his wife was as well. They don’t go to church every Sunday, but they try to make it when they can.Behavioral/Emotional/Psychological
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STRENGTHS, NEEDS, AND CULTURAL ASSESSMENT AND4Clyde is content with his life right now. The stress of his job causes to play video games and drink beer more often than he’d like to. He can get caught up in his failures and that creates aspiral. Safety/Crisis InterventionClyde has a good support system, but he is often the supported than the supporter. When problems arise, he can always get help from the family and his church. Safety is not a concern for Clyde.Part BGoal 1:Clyde will engage in conversations with his wife about her culture, taking notes three times a week for one month.Objectives:1.Clyde will purchase a pen and notebook, specifically, for taking notes pertaining to this goal.2.Clyde will set an hour on the weekend for interviewing his wife.Interventions:1.Counselor will provide materials on “big city” culture.2.Counselor will encourage the positives in accepting and learning different cultures.3.Counselor will accept feedback from Clyde’s wife on his progress.
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  • Spring '16
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