Role-play Practice in Interviewing a Client-Conduct 10-minute role-plays of an interview in which the following principles are demonstrated:
a. Establishing a relationship
b. Motivating a client
c. Fostering client participation and empowerment
d. Providing survival skills and relevant information
e. Providing support
f. Beginning to identify problems
Could someone please help me with this at least getting some of it and I can add to it -- I do not have time this week to interview anyone and don't have anyone close in the area that I work or live to even have a prayer of getting this done.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 1:40 am ad1c9bdddf
Scenario: a young man, aged 29 does not have a job, he graduated with a PhD in Physics. He has just suffered a relationship loss, and hates his divorced parents. His partner left him, because he was harsh and extremely overly possessive of her. He has trouble establishing trust with people who he sees or interacts.
He has been very irate in all his interviews as well as sarcastic. His problem is that given failures in his relationships, he has become terse and negative with everyone. On top of this, he is living on very little financial bank of his own and has no social life with peers from his university or childhood friends. He spends all his time staying in his small suite and generally does not care for his health.
The client needs to be shown that in order to excel in the work seeking situation, he has to appear and genuinely be optimistic, pleasant and humble. He should try to alleviate the negative thought processing in his mind and view the world, as a place for pleasant opportunities waiting ...
Case study : Depressed individual; diagnosis, treatment
ANOVA on the Relationship of Geographic Location and Depression
I need some help with these questions on the statistics case study presented below:
Use analysis of variance on data set 1 (Good Health). State the hypotheses being tested. What are your conclusions?
Use analysis of variance on data set 2 (Chronic Bad Health). State the hypotheses being tested. What are your conclusions?
As part of a long term study of individuals 65 years of age or older, sociologist and physicians at the Wentworth Medical Center in upstate New York investigated the relationship between geographic location and depression. A sample of 60 individuals all in reasonably good health, was selected; 20 individuals were residents of Florida, 20 were residents of New York, and 20 were residents of North Carolina. Each of the individuals sampled was given a standardized test to measure depression. The data collected follow; higher test scores indicate higher levels of depression. These data are available on the disk in the medical file.
A second part of the study considered the relationship between geographic location and depression for individuals 65 years of age or older who had a chronic health condition such as arthritis, hypertension, and/or heart ailment. A sample of 60 individuals with such conditions was identified. Again 20 were residents of Florida, 20 were residents of New York, and 20 were residents of north Carolina the levels of depression recorded for this study follow. These data are available on the data disk in the file Medical2. See attachment for data tables.View Full Posting Details