Specific dangerconcerns to individual family members I think about hurting

Specific dangerconcerns to individual family members

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28. Specific danger/concerns to individual family members? “I think about hurting myself because I don’t want to live anymore.” 29. Potential dangers/concerns for themselves or to the community? “Me hurting myself but I won’t and don’t plan on hurting anyone else.” 30. Strengths/supports present to address safety concerns. “My mother removed all my pills out of my room and I am in therapy. My family just had a meeting a few days ago to address these thoughts I am having.” Social 31. Do you have friends and access to their friends? “Yeah of course but I really don’t like people so I talk to them when I want to really, instead of when theywant to.” 32. Opportunity to socialize/engage in fun, meaningful activities. “Yes I have time I just don’t use my time wisely.” 33. What ways do you relax (fun, hobbies, extra-curricular activities, sports, interests,support systems, after-school activities, clubs, etc.)? “I like to listen to music, sleep a lot, write, take a long bath or do dangerous adventure things.”Culture
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34. Cultural considerations that would promote an understanding of the child and family? “I don’t know I don’t think I am tuned into my culture really.” 35. How culture influences the family or people around them? NA 36. Things that make the child or family feel good about themselves and help make their life meaningful? “My family usually get together and do activities, go out to eat and other stuff. I like eating but not so much of being around family for a long time.” 37. Ways the family celebrates special occasions (holidays, birthdays, weddings, religious observances)? “When it comes to birthdays and holidays my family go out of their way. Sometimes overboard. Not sure about weddings since no one is married.” 38. How life is for the family because of their culture? “Very private but open with each other.” 39. Attitudes and expectations related to services? “I am not sure right now.” 40. Beliefs about the cause of the issues needing to be addressed. “I don’t like talking about it really, but I know I need to do something about it. I will try to avoid medication too.” Kela reported she has no legal problems and not involved in her community. However, Kela did say she has some Behavioral/Emotional/Psychological concern but does not want to address them currently. Kela plans on talking about this during her therapy sessions where she feels more comfortable. Kela has admitted to dealing with trauma, depression and anxiety. Below is Kela’s treatment plan that she helped create. TREATMENT PLAN GOALS / OBJECTIVES Anxiety
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STRENGTH, NEEDS, AND CULTURAL ASSESSMENT TREATMENT 8 Goal: Develop strategies to reduce symptoms, or Reduce anxiety and improve coping skills Be free of panic episodes (90%) Recognize and plan for top five anxiety-provoking situations Learn two new ways of coping with routine stressors
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  • Spring '16
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  • cultural assessment treatment

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