Identify one potential issue that a client might have when starting treatment from the following five categories (unemployment, low assertiveness, social isolation, excessive aggression, and physical pain).
2) Create a goal statement for the issue.
Use the example below as a format for the following five potential issues (unemployment, low assertiveness, social isolation, excessive aggression, and physical pain).
Issue: Sam has been working as a manual labor his entire life. Last month he was injured, resulting in him not being able to perform manual labor. Sam is feeling stressed about finding work in another field. He wants to get work as soon as possible because he is the only person earning an income in the family.
Goal Statement: Assist Sam in connecting to local agencies that can help him in job training and finding a job in a new profession.
Technique: Providing information. I chose this technique because Sam needs help finding out information about disability payments as well as finding job training programs in new professions.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com September 21, 2018, 2:11 pm ad1c9bdddf - https://brainmass.com/sociology/theoretical-framework/social-isolation-issue-treatment-251549
Issue: Due to his physical disability, Mike has a hard time meeting people and getting work. He finds himself, most days, sitting in chair in front of the television, preparing sandwiches and ...
The solution is a sample Client issue & treatment (unemployment & social isolation) analysis based on the format provided in the original problem (see long description).