Write a brief (2-3 pages) Humanist (existential, gestalt, or person centered theories) conceptualization of a client from your present or past work. Include considerations for development of a treatment plan

Write a brief (2-3 pages) Humanist (existential, gestalt, or person centered theories) conceptualization of a client from your present or past work. Include considerations for development of a treatment plan

For Modules 3- 7, the papers can conceptualize a client of your choosing using the theoretical perspective outlined for that module. Use the same client for each paper. Each paper should include a brief description of the client/patient, case conceptualization from the perspectives in the theory as supported by your text and other sources and some possible strategies to address each perspective. For example: Using your texts and other sources, write a brief (2-3 pages) Humanist (existential, gestalt, or person centered theories) conceptualization of a client from your present or past work. Include considerations for development of a treatment plan.
Grading Criteria:
I. Conceptualization
o Appropriate conceptualization based on model
o Mindful application of strategies
II. Writing & APA
o Use correct grammar and spelling, etc.
o Proper formatting of title page, etc.
Scenario:
Consumer is a forty-three-year-old African American female who reports being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, manic depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, and PTSD. Documentation from the Virginia Department of Corrections medical discharge summary reports on 12/27/11 reports the consumer was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and PTSD. Consumer reports her first hospitalization was at Central State hospital at the age of 14 for suicidal ideations. Consumer reports no current suicidal or homicidal ideations. Previously the consumer received therapy and was seeing the psychiatrist at the Panic Anxiety and Depression Center. Consumer reports she stopped going due to the center closing. Consumer expressed interest in finding a new therapist and psychiatrist. She also reports receiving MHSS in the past. Consumer is currently prescribed Amitriptyline, Seroquel, Mirtazapine, and Lorazepam. Consumer’s medication is prescribed by her PCP Dr. Lerla Joseph, until she finds a new psychiatrist. Consumer reports suffering from depressive symptoms 3 to 4 times a week. Consumer states when she does not have medication she will become more sensitive and have crying spells. Consumer reports during bouts of depression she has a decreased appetite. She also reported isolating herself 3 to 4 times a week due to sadness. Consumer states she doesn’t like being around others. Consumer reports the primary trigger for her depression is when she reflects on the death of her oldest son. She reported her son died in 2011. Consumer reports she has a tough time releasing her stress and sadness. She identified herself as an introvert. Consumer reported being diagnosed with schizophrenia, but she does not believe has the disorder. Consumer admitted that she hears voices, especially of her deceased son and family members. Consumer reports having anxiety daily. She reports when having anxiety, she will hyperventilate and become irritable. Consum


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