Biopsychosocial and treatment plan

Students will complete a writtenStudents will complete a written biopsychosocial and treatment plan using him or herself as the client or on an approved participant. This person must be approved by the instructor. The purpose of the biopsychosocial history assignment is for students to: 1) demonstrate an understanding of the core concepts of generalist social work practice; 2) identify the basis for intervention and prevention; 3) demonstrate the ability to communicate information effectively; and 4) become more aware of personal values and biases to increase self -awareness. Students are to practice using professional boundaries. For example, students may record statements such as “the client did provide much information regarding (x such as substance abuse) and a further assessment will need to be conducted”… or something similar to this for information that does not need to be disclosed. Also, the “presenting problem” needs to a minor situation or issue such that an assessment and treatment plan may be developed. However, students are strongly discouraged from using current major life issue for the presenting problem. (See Appendix A) using him or herself as the client or on an approved participant. This person must be approved by the instructor. The purpose of the biopsychosocial history assignment is for students to: 1) demonstrate an understanding of the core concepts of generalist social work practice; 2) identify the basis for intervention and prevention; 3) demonstrate the ability to communicate information effectively; and 4) become more aware of personal values and biases to increase self -awareness. Students are to practice using professional boundaries. For example, students may record statements such as “the client did provide much information regarding (x such as substance abuse) and a further assessment will need to be conducted”… or something similar to this for information that does not need to be disclosed. Also, the “presenting problem” needs to a minor situation or issue such that an assessment and treatment plan may be developed. However, students are strongly discouraged from using current major life issue for the presenting problem. (See Appendix A)