Crisis Intervention Model and Skills

Crisis Intervention Model and Skills

APA 

6-8

not including cover page and references

Focus: create an individual case study and apply a crisis intervention model and skills to the situation. 

Instructions: you are the assigned counselor working with an individual in a crisis situation. This person should be fictional. The sections below are required 

Crisis Intervention Model of choice:  Richmond et al.’s (2012) Domains of De-escalation and Associated Recommendations 

apa format, discussion question , .

apa format, discussion question , .

  • IN THIS DISCUSSION ARGUE AGAINST CIVIL COMMITMENT.
  • Explain  whether it is ethical to commit someone for mental health problems.
  • Identify at least one ethical guideline that you believe supports the position you were assigned and explain how the ethical guideline pertains to civil commitment.
  • Describe at least one case that supports the position you were assigned.
  • Support the position with at least three main critical points. Justify those points with scholarly content and references concerning mental health problems.

discussion

discussion

 

We all have several differences when we compare ourselves to other people, and we have many similarities. We may speak different languages, belong to different cultural backgrounds, and exhibit different behavior patterns, but many of our basic needs and interests are similar. 

  • Share an example from your work, community, or personal experience where you noticed an appreciation for diversity and cultivated inclusion. For example, employees appreciate others whose backgrounds, beliefs, and experiences are different from their own in XYZ company. The leadership at the company treats all employees fairly and respects individuals and values their differences. 
  • Discuss how you can contribute to diversity and inclusion in your work and community? 

homework 22

homework 22

 

You must include the following in your homework:

  1. Choose a Social Service Agency which serves the poor and/or underprivileged populations (These organizations can be mental health organizations, agencies which serve the elderly, children, etc.)
  2. Who does the organization serve? What populations? The elderly, youth, LGBTQ, etc.
  3. What is the purpose of the organization? What types of services are provided?
  4. When are services offered? Does the organization provide services 24 hours? Weekends? Etc.
  5. Where is the organization located? Are there multiple locations? Is it a national or state organization?
  6. How does the organization reach the desired population? How are services provided? Are there licensed professionals? Is there collaboration between the organization with schools or the court system? Etc.
  7. You must include why you chose this particular organization.

  

I NEED IN 17 HRS ONLY 250 WORDS PLEASE PSYCHOLOGY WEEK 4 DQ 2

I NEED IN 17 HRS ONLY 250 WORDS PLEASE PSYCHOLOGY WEEK 4 DQ 2

 

Psychologist John Bowlby coined the term attachment as it relates to child development. Attachment refers to the process in which an infant bond with primary caregivers. Attachment was once thought to be heavily influenced by the provision of food; that is, it was assumed that an infant would form the strongest bond with the caregiver who supplied food. However, Bowlby suggested that the process of attachment was much more nuanced and complex. 

Another well-known theorist who studied attachment at the time was Mary Ainsworth. While there are differences between Bowlby’s and Ainsworth’s attachment theories, both theories attempt to explain how attachment occurs, classify different attachment styles, and assert that the strength of attachment with one’s primary caregivers has a profound effect on social, emotional, and cognitive development and relationships later in life. 

However, it is important to keep in mind that psychological concepts and phenomena, such as attachment, are culturally bound. What is considered to be normal in one culture may be considered to be atypical in another culture, and vice versa. In this discussion, you will explore the applicability of Bowlby’s and Ainsworth’s theories of attachment in the context of two different cultures.

To prepare for this Discussion

  • Review the articles found in the Learning Resources (and any additional articles you might have located in the Walden Library) related to attachment and consider the cross-cultural aspects of attachment.
  • Select two different cultures examined in the articles or in literature you have located in the Walden Library.
  • Think about how views on attachment are similar and different in these two cultures. Consider whether the differences in attachment have any bearing on an infant’s well-being in either culture.

Describe the two cultures you selected. Then, explain the similarities and differences in attachment in these two cultures. Include whether the differences might impact infants’ well-being in the two cultures and why or why not. Be specific.

REFERENCES

 

Hock, R. R. (2020). Forty studies that changed psychology: Explorations into the history of Psychological research (8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
Chapter 5, “Human Development,” Reading 5.2: “Out of Sight, But Not Out of Mind”

DeWolfe, T. E. (2013). Jean Piaget’s theory of cognitive development. In Salem Press Encyclopedia of Health. Amenia, NY: Grey House Publishing.

Gernhardt, A., Keller, H., & Ruebeling, H. (n.d.). Children’s family drawings as expressions of attachment representations across cultures: Possibilities and limitations. Child Development, 87(4), 1069–1078.

Mooya, H., Sichimba, F., & Bakermans-Kranenburg, M. (2016). Infant-mother and infant-sibling attachment in Zambia. Attachment & Human Development, 18(6), 618–635.

Posada, G., Trumbell, J., Noblega, M., Plata, S., Peña, P., Carbonell, O. A., & Lu, T. (2016). Maternal sensitivity and child secure base use in early childhood: Studies in different cultural contexts. Child Development, 87(1), 297–311. doi:10.1111/cdev.12454

Richland, L. E., Frausel, R. R., & Begolli, K. (2016). Cognitive development. In H. L. Miller (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of theory in psychology (pp. 142–146). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Salkind, N. J. (2008). Piaget’s theory of cognitive development. In N.J. Salkind (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology (pp. 799-804). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. 

McLeod, S. (2007). Bowlby’s attachment theory. Retrieved from http://www.simplypsychology.org/bowlby.html 

McLeod, S. (2016). Mary Ainsworth: The strange situation. Retrieved from http://www.simplypsychology.org/mary-ainsworth.html#ssc 

Document: Final Project Topics (Word document)

Document: Psychology Theories Template (Excel Spreadsheet)

Required Media

American Museum of Natural History. (Producer). (2011). Science bulletins: Attachment theory—Understanding the essential bond [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwxjfuPlArY
Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 8 minutes.

Document: American Museum of Natural History. (Producer). (2011). Science bulletins: Attachment theory—Understanding the essential bond [Transcript]. (PDF)

Psychology Unlocked. (Producer). (2017). The strange situation [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/QTsewNrHUHU.
Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 4 minutes.

Document:Psychology Unlocked. (Producer). (2017). The strange situation [Transcript]. (PDF)

Week 5: Assignment 1: Psychology and the Arts

Week 5: Assignment 1: Psychology and the Arts

 1. Choose a film, dialogue, play, novel. Choose something you have not seen before. Summarize the main points of this experience.  2. Articulate the relationship between the film or literature with philosophical concepts. These philosophical concepts can include the branches of philosophy (e.g., ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, aesthetics, logic, social and political philosophy) or the ideas of a philosopher (in the western or eastern traditions).or classical problems in philosophy (e.g., determinism and free will; the existence of evil; the existence of God; rationality, dualism, monism) Number these points 1-4. Spend 4-5 sentences on each point. 3. Draw some conclusions about the philosophical material you’ve experienced by showing how this may have contributed to your own development or understanding social/political contemporary issue.
 

wk5 discussion 1 personality psychology

wk5 discussion 1 personality psychology

Discussion: Biological and Evolutionary and Integrative Personality Theories

Based on your readings for this Week, access the Personality Theory Matrix and complete the requested information in Column G section for Biological and Evolutionary Theory and Column H section for Integrative Theory. You can use this information to support your Discussion post and response this week. 

Note: Continue to populate the Personality Theory Matrix spreadsheet you began in Week 2 to guide your learning about personality theories for your Module Assessment and submit it in Week 8 as part of your Module Assessment.

To Prepare
  • Review the Learning Resources, focusing on theorists, cultural considerations, assessments/interventions, limitations, and unique aspects of both psychoanalytic theory and trait theory.
By Day 4

Post one key idea from the biological or evolutionary theoretical orientation and one from the integrative theoretical orientation. What is a main difference between these theoretical orientations? What is similar between these theories?  Which one do you more closely align with?

I NEED IN 15 HRS!!!!! i only need 250 words please!psych week 5 dq

I NEED IN 15 HRS!!!!! i only need 250 words please!psych week 5 dq

 Think about the last time you shopped for toys. Perhaps you were buying toys for your own children or children of friends or family. If you shopped online, one of the filters you probably used to find an appropriate toy was age range. While toy manufacturers designate specific age ranges due to the choking hazards associated with the item, they also take child development into account. They know that designing a 250-piece puzzle is neither appropriate nor useful for a 2-year-old who has limited sensory and motor skills. In this discussion, you will reflect on a favorite toy or game as a child and determine which stage of Piaget’s theory of cognitive development you were in when you played with it.  

Describe your favorite toy or game as a child. Indicate at which cognitive stage of development you were when you played with this toy and explain how your play reflected that stage of cognitive development. Provide scholarly citations and references to support your post. 

 

Hock, R. R. (2020). Forty studies that changed psychology: Explorations into the history of Psychological research (8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
Chapter 5, “Human Development,” Reading 5.2: “Out of Sight, But Not Out of Mind”

DeWolfe, T. E. (2013). Jean Piaget’s theory of cognitive development. In Salem Press Encyclopedia of Health. Amenia, NY: Grey House Publishing.

Gernhardt, A., Keller, H., & Ruebeling, H. (n.d.). Children’s family drawings as expressions of attachment representations across cultures: Possibilities and limitations. Child Development, 87(4), 1069–1078.

Mooya, H., Sichimba, F., & Bakermans-Kranenburg, M. (2016). Infant-mother and infant-sibling attachment in Zambia. Attachment & Human Development, 18(6), 618–635.

Posada, G., Trumbell, J., Noblega, M., Plata, S., Peña, P., Carbonell, O. A., & Lu, T. (2016). Maternal sensitivity and child secure base use in early childhood: Studies in different cultural contexts. Child Development, 87(1), 297–311. doi:10.1111/cdev.12454

Richland, L. E., Frausel, R. R., & Begolli, K. (2016). Cognitive development. In H. L. Miller (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of theory in psychology (pp. 142–146). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Salkind, N. J. (2008). Piaget’s theory of cognitive development. In N.J. Salkind (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology (pp. 799-804). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. 

McLeod, S. (2007). Bowlby’s attachment theory. Retrieved from http://www.simplypsychology.org/bowlby.html 

McLeod, S. (2016). Mary Ainsworth: The strange situation. Retrieved from http://www.simplypsychology.org/mary-ainsworth.html#ssc 

Document: Final Project Topics (Word document)

Document: Psychology Theories Template (Excel Spreadsheet)

I NEED IN 17 HRS ONLY 250 WORDS PLEASE PSYCHOLOGY WEEK 4 DQ 2

I NEED IN 17 HRS ONLY 250 WORDS PLEASE PSYCHOLOGY WEEK 4 DQ 2

 

Psychologist John Bowlby coined the term attachment as it relates to child development. Attachment refers to the process in which an infant bond with primary caregivers. Attachment was once thought to be heavily influenced by the provision of food; that is, it was assumed that an infant would form the strongest bond with the caregiver who supplied food. However, Bowlby suggested that the process of attachment was much more nuanced and complex. 

Another well-known theorist who studied attachment at the time was Mary Ainsworth. While there are differences between Bowlby’s and Ainsworth’s attachment theories, both theories attempt to explain how attachment occurs, classify different attachment styles, and assert that the strength of attachment with one’s primary caregivers has a profound effect on social, emotional, and cognitive development and relationships later in life. 

However, it is important to keep in mind that psychological concepts and phenomena, such as attachment, are culturally bound. What is considered to be normal in one culture may be considered to be atypical in another culture, and vice versa. In this discussion, you will explore the applicability of Bowlby’s and Ainsworth’s theories of attachment in the context of two different cultures.

To prepare for this Discussion

  • Review the articles found in the Learning Resources (and any additional articles you might have located in the Walden Library) related to attachment and consider the cross-cultural aspects of attachment.
  • Select two different cultures examined in the articles or in literature you have located in the Walden Library.
  • Think about how views on attachment are similar and different in these two cultures. Consider whether the differences in attachment have any bearing on an infant’s well-being in either culture.

Describe the two cultures you selected. Then, explain the similarities and differences in attachment in these two cultures. Include whether the differences might impact infants’ well-being in the two cultures and why or why not. Be specific.

REFERENCES

 

Hock, R. R. (2020). Forty studies that changed psychology: Explorations into the history of Psychological research (8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
Chapter 5, “Human Development,” Reading 5.2: “Out of Sight, But Not Out of Mind”

DeWolfe, T. E. (2013). Jean Piaget’s theory of cognitive development. In Salem Press Encyclopedia of Health. Amenia, NY: Grey House Publishing.

Gernhardt, A., Keller, H., & Ruebeling, H. (n.d.). Children’s family drawings as expressions of attachment representations across cultures: Possibilities and limitations. Child Development, 87(4), 1069–1078.

Mooya, H., Sichimba, F., & Bakermans-Kranenburg, M. (2016). Infant-mother and infant-sibling attachment in Zambia. Attachment & Human Development, 18(6), 618–635.

Posada, G., Trumbell, J., Noblega, M., Plata, S., Peña, P., Carbonell, O. A., & Lu, T. (2016). Maternal sensitivity and child secure base use in early childhood: Studies in different cultural contexts. Child Development, 87(1), 297–311. doi:10.1111/cdev.12454

Richland, L. E., Frausel, R. R., & Begolli, K. (2016). Cognitive development. In H. L. Miller (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of theory in psychology (pp. 142–146). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Salkind, N. J. (2008). Piaget’s theory of cognitive development. In N.J. Salkind (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology (pp. 799-804). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. 

McLeod, S. (2007). Bowlby’s attachment theory. Retrieved from http://www.simplypsychology.org/bowlby.html 

McLeod, S. (2016). Mary Ainsworth: The strange situation. Retrieved from http://www.simplypsychology.org/mary-ainsworth.html#ssc 

Document: Final Project Topics (Word document)

Document: Psychology Theories Template (Excel Spreadsheet)

Required Media

American Museum of Natural History. (Producer). (2011). Science bulletins: Attachment theory—Understanding the essential bond [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwxjfuPlArY
Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 8 minutes.

Document: American Museum of Natural History. (Producer). (2011). Science bulletins: Attachment theory—Understanding the essential bond [Transcript]. (PDF)

Psychology Unlocked. (Producer). (2017). The strange situation [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/QTsewNrHUHU.
Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 4 minutes.

Document:Psychology Unlocked. (Producer). (2017). The strange situation [Transcript]. (PDF)

English

English

Researchers often use a method called an experiment in order to study the causes of human and animal behavior. Design such an experiment based on a change in behavior you have observed in yourself or your roommates this past semester (e.g., eating or sleeping habits, exercise regime, game playing, etc.). Select a behavior that you are particularly interested in studying, and then design the experiment to investigate a possible cause of that behavior. Address the following questions.

  • What is the hypothesis you will test in your experiment?
  • What are the independent and dependent variables?
  • Who will be the subjects or participants in your study?
  • What are the experimental and control group conditions? Here, you may assume that you have the resources necessary to conduct your experiment and that you can control, or manipulate, the environment of your subjects as necessary. For example, suppose your hypothesis is as follows: Higher levels of stress from a heavy course workload increase eating activity. Assume that you have the ability to control the workload, etc., of your subjects.
  • How will you assign your subjects to groups?
  • What are the possible results of your study, and what might these results indicate about your hypothesis?

In a multi-paragraph , describe your experiment and explain how you will conduct this experiment to test your hypothesis. Be sure to propose your hypothesis, and then describe the independent and dependent variables, the experimental and control conditions, the subject or participant groups, and the conclusions you can draw based on the results of your experiment. Include information from class materials and readings to support your discussion.                                 Source                          Style GuideSelect StyleStylesFormatFontSizeSpacing