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Students are to choose a case study from the case studies provided below. Students are then required to develop and deliver an 8 – 10 minute PPT/oral/video presentation to be submitted by the Friday of week 8. By drawing primarily from what you have learnt in this unit students must explain how they might understand and respond to their chosen case. Challenges and ethical dilemmas must also be identified and discussed. Your power point slides for your video oral presentation should include at least 5 (scholarly) journal articles or books. The format of your slides will be discussed in greater detail during tutorials.Jade Ling is the 15-year-old daughter of Chinese parents referred by her school counsellor to the Reconnect service you work for. Information gathered by telephone in the intake phase is as follows: • That prior to about three months ago, Jade Ling was a hardworking and high achieving student. • She was a quiet and well-behaved student with 2 – 3 close friends. • However, over the past three months, her grades have deteriorated. She has stopped hanging out with her old group of friends and now hangs out with the ‘cool’ group of young people. • She has started smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol. Although her parents don’t let her go out on the weekend, she looks for any opportunity to sneak out of the house and visit her friends. • Jade Ling’s parents are very distressed and angry. They can’t understand why Jade Ling is rebelling against them. They are worried about the negative influence and role model she is to her younger sisters. They are talking about sending her to live with an uncle and aunt interstate but Jade Ling is resisting this. • In her most recent counselling session, she hinted that she has been sexually abused. She would give no information about when this may have happened or who the perpetrator might be. The school counsellor made a report to Child Protection. But neither child protection nor the police took any action because of the vagueness of the concerns.
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Parul answered on Apr 04 2022
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Case Study Analysis – Jade Ling
Case Study Analysis – Jade Ling
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Overview
Case Background in Context
Reconnect Professional for Jane
Core Competencies to help Jade
Reconnect Initiatives and Program
Family Intervention
Conclusion
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Case Background
Jade Ling is the 15-year-old daughter of Chinese parents refe
ed by her school counsellor to the Reconnect service you work fo
That prior to about three months ago, Jade Ling was a hardworking and high achieving student.
She was a quiet and well-behaved student with 2 – 3 close friends.
over the past three months, her grades have deteriorated
She has stopped hanging out with her old group of friends and now hangs out with the ‘cool’ group of young people.
She has started smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol. Although her parents don’t let her go out on the weekend, she looks for any opportunity to sneak out of the house and visit her friends. .
Jade Ling’s parents are very distressed and angry. They can’t understand why Jade Ling is rebelling against them.
They are wo
ied about the negative influence and role model she is to her younger sisters. They are talking about sending her to live with an uncle and aunt interstate but Jade Ling is resisting this. In her most recent counselling session, she hinted that she has been sexually abused. She would give no information about when this may have happened or who the perpetrator might be.
Reconnect Professional for Jane
As a human reconnect professional, I usually interact with clients who were initially doing in their career and life.
However, like Jade, they recently develop completely rebellious behavior. This could be an outcome of severe stress and encounter of traumatic event.
Comprehending the client dynamics, teenagers usually share their values while they usually revolt against the authority and project themselves as rebels that are standing for a cause.
Pretending defiantly can help teenagers justify their hysterical anger, unresolved emotions well as harsh punishments that can exace
ate the situation.
It is integral for me to work along with Jade as well as her family since I am confident that this approach will be effective...
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