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The Effects of Population Density and Noise

Analyze the effect of population density and noise on individuals. As a part of your analysis be sure to address the following items: - Describe the concepts of territoriality, privacy, and personal space. - Examine how the concepts of territoriality, privacy, and personal space have become increasingly important a

Reframing/ Positive connotation

Reframing and positive connotation are two hallmarks of the MRI and Milan approaches. Compare and contrast the ideas of reframing and positive connotation: -Describe how they are alike and distinguishing ways in which they are different (need apa resources) -And provide examples that show understanding of the differences

Case study is explicated.

-Discuss what you feel are the key ethical concerns related to this case. -What are your concerns related to competency and training based on your knowledge of the ethical guidelines? -As a counselor, what would you offer in terms of a resolution to these concerns? The Case of Lelitha and Amador Lalitha and Amador have

Discuss boundary issues and multiple relationships.

List three brief scenarios that illustrate examples of the types of boundary issues or multiple relationships you may encounter in the work you will be doing as a counselor; describing the client, the counseling setting, and the situation that has raised these issues. What makes these scenarios ethical challenges? Using o

Group formation is debated for the scenario.

You are working in a community mental health center in a rural area that has a need for you to start an addictions group for clients with alcoholism. You meet with your boss and he asks you to bring your proposal to present at the next board meeting in order to get them on board to approve funding for this program. â?¢How y

Ethics in research

A psychologist who conducts qualitative research on social support and major life stresses is interested in how parents cope with the death of a young child. He decides to research the use of Internet sources of support. Posing as a parent who has recently lost a child, he subscribes to several lists and participates in discussi

A drug-free workplace evaluation is embedded.

Scenario: The Jackdaw Company manufactures designer label clothing in several locations throughout New York and New Jersey. The company has grown. The CEO and HR department is considering instituting a drug-free workplace policy along with mandatory drug testing for new hires. They are not fully convinced that such a policy

Whitaker Approach for Bill and Barbara Case Study

Bill and Barbara are in their early 30s and have been married for eight years. Their oldest child, Brenda, 7 years old, has recently been wetting the bed at night. This is surprising to her parents, as she had successfully potty trained before her fourth birthday. Their younger child, three-year-old Bobby, is in the process of l

Acronym and Mnemonic Devices

1. Can anyone give me a definition of acronym? And how this helps the students when it comes to remember something? Please provide examples. 2. Can you also help me define mnemonic devices, and how this help the students learn the material? How is the effectiveness?

Examples of ethic issues and resolution

In an employment setting, please describe two or three ethical issues that existed in this setting. Then explain what you would do as an ethical counselor to address these issues. Include what type of consultation and/or supervision you would seek and from whom, as well as the qualifications the supervisor/consultant should have

Instrumental Conditioning

QUESTIONS Describe your selected learning situation. Compare and contrast the concepts of positive and negative reinforcement as they relate to your selected situation. Explain the role of reward and punishment in your selected learning situation. Explain which form of instrumental conditioning would be most effective i

Personal Philosophy Example (Incl. 5 Branches)

Describe your philosophy, including the branches of philosophy we have discussed this semester: metaphysics, ethics, epistemology, logic, philosophy of religion, political, and aesthetic. Be sure to include your approach to ethics, politics, epistemology, metaphysics, and philosophy of religion.

Paradoxical Interventions applied to 2 case histories

The Strategic school of therapy is widely known for its use of paradoxical interventions. -define paradoxical interventions; how can I as a student better understand this concept. -How would this principle be applied (at least 2 examples from the case below) Jean and Henry have been married for eight years and have one chil

Multicultural Approach

-Discuss the ethical need for a multicultural approach to counseling. -Why is this important to counselors? -Describe several of the competencies related to multicultural counseling. (use apa articles for support)

Research on modern black women and marriage

I need help writing a short research paper on "black women why are they still single." Therefore, the paper needs to list five discipline in relation to the topic, such financial, pyschology, econmical, legal or social...etc.

Dual Relationships and Boundaries

Scenario: A client you are seeing has a house on St. Thomas. One day during a particular difficult session, the client suggests that you might enjoy a trip to St. Thomas and a stay at his villa on the ocean. You tell him that you really do not have any time for a trip but thank him for his offer. The next week, the client state

Theory of Multiple Intelligences

Using Howard Gardners Multiple Intelligences, can you please give me an example by picking a topic that you would like to teach (Examples: Civil War, Charlotte's Web, China, etc.) and create a five step action plan to include activities addressing various learning styles. Provide a rationale and two resources.

Why use Person Centered Theory and/or Feminist Theory as a treatment response for an unmarried single woman who has decided to have a baby on her own before potential health issues limit her chances to be a mother.

I have attached the following case study. I'm trying to determine why out of all the theories person centered & feminist theory's have been chosen to apply to this problem and if both of these theories will actually work for the client. What is the main focus using these theories? Please review the scenario and determine fro

Question about Operant conditioning

What is operant conditioning? How do reinforcement, punishment, and extinction apply to operant conditioning? How do the concepts of reward versus punishment apply to society? Explain your answer and use examples from your own life experience.

The Case of Mark

The Case of Mark Mark is a counselor in the inner city of Toledo, Ohio, where he maintains a private practice. Mark works Monday through Thursday providing services to low-income clients. He often lets clients go without payment because he knows that they really need the help. He even lets the few who do have insurance go wit

The practice of deception (practice when someone is led to believe something that is untrue) may be used in research methodologies when valid results cannot be obtained by disclosing to subjects the real purpose of the research. However, the "no informing" practice of deception is viewed as more ethically objectionable (Sieber, Iannuzzo & Rodriguez, 1995).

Deception in studies involving the practice of no informing. No-informing suggests that participants are unaware that they are participating in research, which could have long -lasting psychological or physical effects. Non-informing invites several potential ethical objections (a) First, the subject's privacy is invaded, (b) th

Boundary issues in counseling identifies

Could you give a brief description of three boundary issues that would be the most challenging for you to "honor" and why (please include potential harm and benefits), and give relevant ethical codes (ACA or AMHCA). Then, would you address these same issues in a supervisory relationship? Three boundary issues discussed as chal

Social cognitive theory

I am studying social cognitive theory. I need to learn about the strengths and limitations of social cognitive theory and explain what it does to an individual's behavior.

Subdisciplines within psychology are considered.

Which sub-discipline or sub-disciplines within psychology do you believe will become increasingly important in the future? Why? How do you see psychology being applied to improve society's future?

Ethical Dilemmas in Psychology

Situation: You have begun seeing a client in therapy and find that his insurance does not cover outpatient mental health issues. You suggest to the client that you will continue to see him for a reduced rate so that he is able to continue and pay out of pocket for his sessions. -Identify the ethical dilemma (s) presented in

Ethical dilemma- Client asks you for money

Situation: A client that you have been seeing for some time comes to a session very upset. He has recently lost his job and the rent is due. He is married with two small children and has been trying unsuccessfully to find a new job. He asks you if you would be willing to loan him $100.00 until he gets his unemployment check w