Please carefully review the Case Vignette of Sam on page 250. Read the vignette a second time and make notes as you reread. You must use the attached assessment form listed at the bottom of this assignment. It is also located under the Start Here module.

Please carefully review the Case Vignette of Sam on page 250. Read the vignette a second time and make notes as you reread. You must use the attached assessment form listed at the bottom of this assignment. It is also located under the Start Here module.

This week’s module has a Case Assessment example for you to review so that you know how to complete the form. Make sure you review the example as you build your response for this assignment using the blank “Treatment and Assessment” form. You will then attach your completed form for this assignment.

1) Presenting Problems – List all key concerns for the client along with the issues related to each presenting problem. Should have a minimum of 3 presenting problems. Example: Depression (lack of motivation, sleep concerns, etc.) – 5 points

2) Goals – Identify what your client wants to accomplish as it relates to their presenting problems that have been identified. Every problem should have at least one related goal.
Example: Goal for presenting problem of depression would be – Reduce symptoms of depression and increase balanced sleep patterns, – 5 points

3) Objectives – Objectives must connect to the goals and describe how the client will reach these goals. If the goal is to reduce symptoms of depression, then your objectives should outline how you will reduce the symptoms of depression. The objectives should be empirically supported. Will you use therapy or medication to reduce symptoms? – 5 points

4) Interventions – Your interventions must be empirically supported and follow the goals and objectives. You must provide details/specifics to support the objectives. If the objectives are to utilize therapy and medication to reduce symptoms of depression, your interventions should then describe what medications and interventions specifically are proven to support this presenting problem for this client. – 8 points

5) Expected Target Date – EACH intervention should have an expected target date. The target date should be supported by what evidence states is a sufficient timeline for the recommended intervention. – 2 points