Present a client case from your internship site experience in a 15- to 20-minute presentation in which you: Discuss the client’s presenting issue,

Present a client case from your internship site experience in a 15- to 20-minute presentation in which you:

  • Discuss the client’s presenting issue, information from the biopsychosocial interview, applicable career and human development theory, and ethical and diversity considerations.
  • Summarize the treatment plan goals, objectives, intended strategies you will implement based on theory and evidence-based practice, and planned assessments to monitor client progress toward goals.
  • Questions for peers related to your work with this client, as if they were your case staffing team.

Show at least 10 minutes of a clip from the video of your client session during your presentation. Ensure that you maintain client confidentiality in the details you choose to share with the class.

Note: Your video clip should be in the form of a link. Do not submit a video file for this assignment. Refer to this week’s learning activities for help with recording and presenting videos.

Submit the following on your assigned presentation day:

  • Microsoft PowerPoint presentation of your case staffing discussion
  • A document of the transcript of the client session and citations used in your presentation

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