Demonstrate character, leadership, and scholarship in becoming aworld changer through application to personal life and professionalsocial work practice.Demonstrate professional demeanor in written, oral, and electroniccommunication skills. (PO 1; ILO 4)Critique research findings related to mental health treatment acrossthe lifespan. (PO 4)Build the importance of diversity and difference in the engagement,assessment, and diagnosis process. (PO 2, 6, 7, 8; ILO 8)ResourcesTextbook: Mental Health in Social WorkTextbook: DSM-5Website: Theories Used in Social Work Practice and Practice Models Listen 9/24/2020 5.3 Assignment: Biopsychosocial Spiritual Assessment of a Family – 3FA2020 Mental Hlth/Psychopathology (SWK-650-01DE)https://brightspace.indwes.edu/d2l/le/content/119151/viewContent/1980644/View 2/3Article: Bio-psycho-social-spiritual Assessment? Teaching the Skill ofSpiritual AssessmentImage: Decision Tree of Evaluation and InterventionVideo: Can: Mental Illness and Recovery in the Asian-AmericanCommunityBackground InformationIn this assignment, you will use a case study (a documentary about aVietnamese family) to complete a biopsychosocial spiritual assessment(BPSS), along with one additional assessment tool. Using the readings andother resources, formulate a diagnosis for two people in the case study.Move on to critique the strengths and weaknesses of each assessment tool,identify the social work theories applied to the case, and report anyremaining questions after completing the entire assignment.Instructions
Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earningyour grade.In Mental Health in Social Work, read Chapter 8: Anxiety, ObsessiveCompulsive, and Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders.Consult the following chapters from the DSM-5 for reference:a. “Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders”b. “Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders”Review the article “Theories Used in Social Work Practice and PracticeModels”.Read the article “Bio-psycho-social-spiritual Assessment? Teaching theSkill of Spiritual Assessment”Review the image Decision Tree of Evaluation and Intervention.Watch the video “Can: Mental Illness and Recovery in the AsianAmerican Community”Conduct a biopsychosocial spiritual assessment of two family membersin the documentary “Can: Mental Illness and Recovery in the AsianAmerican Community.” One should be on the son, and the other onone of the parents.Formulate a risk and protective factors assessment.a. Be sure to include a DSM-5 diagnosis, which you will determineafter completing the assessments, using the DSM-5 and otherscholarly sources to explain how you arrived at your diagnosis.Use the “Decision Tree of Evaluation and Intervention” chart tohelp you sort through the data collected from the BPSS andidentify the symptom-specific information that will help with aruling in and ruling out diagnoses, a differential diagnosis.In a separate reflection document, please respond to the followingprompts or questions:a. Do all of the family members in the documentary have a DSM5 diagnosis? Why or why not?9/24/2020 5.3 Assignment: Biopsychosocial Spiritual Assessment of a Family – 3FA2020 Mental Hlth/Psychopathology (SWK-650-01DE)https://brightspace.indwes.edu/d2l/le/content/119151/viewContent/1980644/View 3/3b. What are the strengths and weaknesses of each assessmenttype that you used?c. Which social work theories did you apply to the assessments?Why?d. What questions do you have about doing assessments afterhaving completed them, particularly about ethnicity/diversity,lower SES, and social justice?Remember to include a reference page and use citations in APAformat.Review your work, compare it to the rubric in the Assessment Criteria,and revise as appropriate.Saving copies of your work, submit both completed assessments andyour reflection paper by the last day of the workshop.
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