Don Dunlap sets the stage to explore the truths of biblical forgiveness. At this point, the husband agrees to go for counseling. Like many people, only when his back is against the wall does he finally consider doing what must be done to save his marriage. Using this case study, Dr.
Try analyzing the cases from the perspective of a trainee and a supervisor.
How does the ethical decision-making model presented in this module apply to the case? You might also want to talk with your supervisor, classmates, professors, or other practitioners about these cases. After the three cases are presented there are some questions that might guide your discussion.
Case 1 Vanessa has been a marriage and family therapist at an agency for six months. Gary, one of the other three therapists in the agency and the only other single therapist, is her clinical supervisor.
It will take Vanessa 2 years under supervision to accrue the experience she needs to be eligible to sit for the state licensing examination for her LMFT. One evening Gary calls Vanessa to inquire whether she would like to go to a day-long workshop with him. The speaker for the workshop specializes in a kind of therapy in which Vanessa has expressed interest.
Vanessa accepts and the workshop turns out to be an excellent professional experience.
On the way home, Vanessa and Gary stop for dinner. Vanessa picks up the tab to thank Gary for including her. The following day Vanessa is sharing some of the experiences of the workshop with Camille, another therapist at the agency.
When Camille asks, "Isn't Gary your supervisor? Later that day, Vanessa decides to go to her agency director and ask his opinion of the situation.
He tells her not to be concerned about it and that Camille "worries about everything.
Case 2 Margaret is a school counselor who has been assigned a trainee from the local university for the academic year. As she observes Noah work with elementary school children, she is increasingly impressed with his skills. She asks him to work with Peter, a nine-year-old, who has not adjusted well to his parents' recent divorce.
Again, she is impressed with Noah's skill, his warmth and understanding, and ultimately, with the success he has in working with Peter. Margaret is a single parent who is concerned about her nine-year-old son. She decides to ask Noah to see him.CASE STUDIES 1 CASE STUDIES Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Minor in Schools Presented by Dr.
Carolyn Stone, University of North Florida CASE 22 Abortion Counseling A seventeen -year-old woman tells you she is pregnant and asks for your advice as to whether she should have an abortion. Although almost every business is unique in its own way, there are some universal lessons that apply to just about any kind of business.
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Sample Case Studies and Diagnoses Following are four examples of patient descriptions with a link to the corresponding diagnosis.
These sample case studies are for illustration only. Case Studies Case Study I. Tina is a year-old high school junior who resides with her parents and year-old brother. Tina’s mother is concerned about her daughter’s recent pound weight loss.