For the last two months, Robert has felt blue and his appetite has decreased. He has been employed as a metallurgical engineer in a local steel mill for 20 years. Case Study II Robert is a year-old married man with two adult children. This paper presents a case study that contributes to the literature by describing an intervention for bullies that has implications for practice and related policies regarding bullying.
Describe your classroom behavioral expectations. What was the outcome? The interventionist took ethnographic notes during all other interviews. WWC is accessible from several major Butler County highways.
Because he has not been sleeping well, Robert drinks more at night. More importantly, improvement in his marital relationship would help to relieve his depressive symptoms. He lives at home and commutes to a local university where he is a senior.
Robert married his high school sweetheart.
However, regular contact with his father was maintained through weekend and extended holiday visitation. This is sometimes done in a structured way or sometimes it just begins to happen through observation and conversation. At WWC, we evaluate nutritional and exercise regimens and help clients to make better health choices in order to improve brain and physiological functioning.
Sometimes people put too much emphasis on work if there are problems at home. What things get you upset or mad? A counselor can be her support and help her to develop social supports for the future. In addition, learning how to accept things that cannot be changed can reduce anxiety. The course instructor, which this student received the lowest conduct grade, participated in data collection i.
Her oldest child, Heather, is married with a good career and is expecting her first baby. David lived with his mother and nine-year-old sister.
What is the best thing you ever did? Qualitative and quantitative findings indicated a decrease in internalizing, externalizing and bullying behaviors as reported by the teacher and the mother, and a high degree of acceptability and treatment integrity as reported by multiple stakeholders.
METHOD Context and Informants We conducted this study in a southeastern urban public school district with 2, students and students at the target middle school. Describe your parenting style. How does he interact with adults? Clients with physical limitations may use the parking lot off of East Penn Street immediately behind the building.
Background of the Case Study The target student for the intervention was David, a year-old African-American student in the seventh grade.
The interventionist was an African-American female doctoral-level school psychology graduate student who was certified as a school psychologist and had 10 years of classroom teaching experience.
The pre-intervention student interview was audio taped, transcribed and coded for major themes.
Until now, Tina has never given them any problems. Contributions also are made by illustrating the use of mixed methods to document acceptability, integrity and efficacy of an intervention with documented positive effects in these areas.International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Vol.
2 No. 24 [Special Issue – December ] A case study of Counseling Process of an Inmate in a Kenyan Prison. Case Study #1 Paul is an elementary school counselor working with a group of six year old students on issues related to recent changes in their families (e.g.
divorce or separation). Background of the Case Study. The target student for the intervention was David, a year-old African-American student in the seventh grade.
David’s mother (Ms.
S.) provided background and medical information. David lived with his mother and nine-year-old sister. His family history included a recent martial separation.
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. Tina counts calories and exercises each morning and evening. CASE SCENARIO.
You are one of the school counselors at Northwest Middle School. Your caseload includes Sarah, a seventh grader. She was referred to you by her classroom teacher.
The teacher has concerns regarding Sarah due to Sarah’s recent change in behavior. Historically, Sarah has been a top student and is very outgoing. CASE 17 Subpoena of Student Records CASE 18 Confidential Testimony You are a school counselor, school psychologist, social worker, school nurse, or mental health therapist.Download