to Canada after the Rwandan genocide of 1994. Her parents were able to survive the genocide by fleeing to Burundi and eventually immigrating to Canada.
to Canada after the Rwandan genocide of 1994. Her parents were able to survive the genocide by fleeing to Burundi and eventually immigrating to Canada. Both of her parents struggle with trauma secondary to the events of the genocide. She is currently enrolled in a counselling graduate program. Francoise is the youngest of three children, she has one older brother and one older sister. She has not talked with her brother for a number of years; this coincided with his verbal opposition to her moving in with her partner. Her support system is primarily her partner, her older sister, and her father. She regularly attends a local church and has a number of friends who are spread across the country. Francoise struggles with fear and anxiety. She worries excessively and uncontrollably about things within and outside of her control. She often expects the worst to happen even if there is no evidence to warrant such extreme concerns. Francoise finds that she can worry about almost anything, and she reports she is consumed by fears and angst about her relationships, daily activities, health, future (e.g., career, partner), and schooling. These worries are time-consuming and sometimes leave her physically and emotionally drained. This excessive worrying has contributed to health issues and concerns. Francoise sometimes has stomach/digestive issues, muscle tension, fatigue, and difficulties with sleep. Another area of concern is her inability to maintain concentration. She finds that tasks with a number of sequential steps tend to be extremely exhausting and time consuming. She thinks this may, in part, be due to her “overthinking” things. She considers all the ways a given task could be accomplished, does extensive Internet research, evaluates all potential obstacles, and plans the best course of action. This often results in “analysis paralysis” with her being uncertain about what direction to head. As a student, Francoise wrestles with completing assignments because of her excessive procrastination. She often finds writing papers to be unmanageable because she believes she needs to retrieve copious amounts of information on a given topic, and then seeks reassurance from her classmates and professor that her topic is worthy to explore. Her classmates believe she is a perfectionist, and when they work on group assignments they perceive she is unwilling to delegate tasks. She has some insight into the effect of her excessive worrying. Tending to overly compensate for her worrying, Francoise often tries to seek reassurance and guidance from others to support her decision-making process. Her partner, friends, and family tell her that she worries way too much; yet she is unable to control these worries. Francoise is intelligent, witty, and has a charismatic personality. She is a nurturer who seems to care for others, often more than she does herself. This is the reason why she decided to go back to school and pursue a degree in a ing profession. Francoise is also passionate about reading and writing. A few years ago, Francoise lost her mother and describes this time as a “very dark” period and she reports this is when she noticed an uptick in her anxiety. Francoise’s father and sister are supportive and stabilizing figures in her life. Additionally, her partner is a childhood friend who has continually and unconditionally accepted and supported her. Francoise would like to “feel better and decrease her anxiety, worrying and fear.” Her anxiety is impacting her relationship with her partner and this is a motivating factor. -Describe the client case and presenting problem in concise clinical terminology (do not restate the case study word for word – this is a summarized presentation of the client) -Present and apply theoretical assumptions, principles, and foundations of the selected theory to the case. -Evaluate at least 2 interventions or techniques associated with this theory that could be appropriately applied to the client case. Compose a short example of how these interventions could be applied in session. -Report possible limitations of using this theory from a multicultural perspective -Appraise your personal alignment with the selected theory (i.e., how do you align with the theory’s assumptions, principles or foundational beliefs?). Students can use the first-person writing style in this section.
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