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Please read the module below once completed. Can you do the following please and

Please read the module below once completed. Can you do the following please and thank you
1. read the assigned materials and resources for this module that present the resiliency perspective.
2. name and discuss those risk and protective factors that may be relevant to Hector’s family and show how could this information be used to help Hector and his family.
Terms – “Protective factors are any factors that can exert either direct or indirect influences to buffer, mediate, lessen, or alter the negative effects of risk factors.”
– “individual’s resiliency is a product of the interaction between risk and protective factors at the individual, family, community, and sociocultural level”
****Hector, age 19, is a student at Mid-city Community College (MCC), the largest community college in the state. He is there on a scholarship for soccer. The counseling center at MCC referred Hector to you. He was initially seeing a counselor at the school because of adjustment and academic problems. Hector also tested positive for cannabis in a required drug screen by the athletic department. The soccer coach considers Hector, a star player. The coach wants him “fixed” and to receive passing grades in his classes so that he is eligible to play.
Hector considers himself of multiracial background; his father is Mexican-American, and his mother is Caucasian. They met while serving in the first Gulf War. Hector’s father, Julian, has struggled since the war due to Gulf War Illness, experiencing fatigue, headaches, skin rashes, and so on. Because of his medical issues, employment has been unsteadied, contributing to financial difficulties for the family. Carol, Hector’s mother, returned to school after her military service, received a degree in education and works as an elementary school teacher. The MCC counseling center described Carol as a “helicopter mom.” Even before Calvin, the outpatient center counselor met with Hector or completed confidentiality releases, Carol called and left three messages. Carol is overwhelmed with the care of her husband and their four children. Hector is the oldest. Hector’s only opportunity for a college education is to maintain his athletic scholarship. His high school grades were slightly below average. He was diagnosed with ADHD in elementary school; however, Hector states that he does not like how he feels on Ritalin. He says that marijuana is the only thing that calms him down. He is anxious to get Calvin to state that there is no substance-abuse problem and to return to playing soccer and living the rest of his life.*******

Human services professional practitioners (HSPPs) work as case managers in a var

Human services professional practitioners (HSPPs) work as case managers in a variety of settings, such as substance abuse centers, schools, community mental health agencies, child protective services, disability organizations, and correctional centers. The overall purpose is to collaborate with a service user toward change. That change could relate to any number of facets of the service user’s life—financial, emotional, physiological, vocational—and for the most part, that change is not imposed upon them. The service user is an active participant in envisioning the change and taking the necessary steps toward it. In addition, case management practice is person-centered, keeping the unique needs and strengths of the service user at the forefront.
Post the two functions of case management that you consider most important, and explain why. Then, explain the two core values of person-centered planning that you find most critical in effective case management. Finally, identify one function of case management and one core value that you easily bring to the case management role and one that you need to improve. Describe how you might develop your skills in this area.
Resource:
https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Disabilities-Aging/Pages/Person-Centered-Planning.aspx

Several different types of groups are described in this module’s readings. Descr

Several different types of groups are described in this module’s readings. Describe a group that you might like to lead, including the type of group, its size, inclusion criteria, and whether it is open or closed. Identify the group’s purpose. What topics will be covered; how often will the group meet and for how long? In your replies, offer your peers helpful recommendations on how to make their proposed groups even more effective and beneficial for the members. What leadership styles and skills demonstrated in the course-embedded videos will be appropriate?

1. What did the practitioner do well in this session? 2. What, if any, mistakes

1. What did the practitioner do well in this session?
2. What, if any, mistakes did the practitioner make?
3. Identify the ways that the practitioner used skills to enhance understanding.
4. What are additional ways that the practitioner could have enhanced understanding? Give specific examples of what the practitioner could have said.
5. What two problems do you think the client is most concerned about?
6. Review what you learned in this module about assessing the client’s stage of change. What is this client’s stage of change? What information do you have to support your evaluation regarding the stage of change? What further exploration do you need to confirm that the client is in this stage of change?
7. Discuss the client’s level of motivation. What else would you want to explore to further determine level of motivation?
8. What strengths and resources did the practitioner identify in the client during the exchange? What might the practitioner have said to further highlight the client’s strengths? What questions should the practitioner ask to further explore strengths?
9. What else have you learned about level of stress and demands that might be impacting level of motivation?
10. What do you believe is the client’s level of hope? What information do you have to support that belief?
11. What did the practitioner say that might help the client believe that the practitioner could help him or her?

This course has largely been focused on self-reflection and self-analysis—a “pau

This course has largely been focused on self-reflection and self-analysis—a “pause” button in the movie of your life where you have stopped and then rewound to revisit your earliest days. This pause has been intentional in helping to clarify your understanding of your own culture—including the values and beliefs you were socialized into—and how that culture colors and shapes your interactions with others, even now. The course has also been foundational in nature, with the expectation that you will continue to pursue self-awareness and humility in your cross-cultural relationships long after.
Before you hit “play” again, you have an opportunity to fast-forward to the future. In this Assignment, you envision your “culturally humble path” and what barriers you may face.
Reflect on the strides that you have made in this course in understanding and applying the tenets of cultural humility.
Consider additional strides that you would like to make in your professional life related to working with and advocating for diverse populations. What external and internal barriers might you face in this work?
Submit a 1- to 2-page critical reflection in which you describe how you envision yourself working with and advocating for diverse populations using cultural humility. Be specific. Please include:
The external barriers to continuing to develop your cultural humility (e.g., institutional policies or procedures, funding, language differences, skeptical attitudes from others concerning your motives) and how you might address them.
The internal/personal barriers to continuing to develop your cultural humility (e.g., fear, lack of confidence, time pressures) and how you might address them.
Resource:

Across history, books and films have led to both personal and societal change. B

Across history, books and films have led to both personal and societal change. Books like Uncle Tom’s Cabin made slavery’s horrors real and immediate to its readers, and The Jungle raised the public’s awareness of working conditions in the nation’s slaughterhouses. Over the length of this course, you have explored many different readings, talks, videos, and worksheets. Which ones raised awareness and stirred change in you?
In this Discussion, you describe resources from the course that presented new ideas or concepts and affected you in a lasting way.
Select at least two required course resources that had the most impact on your thinking, and explain why and in what way they impacted you. What 1–2 quotes or concepts from these resources really resonated, challenged you, and/or shifted your perspective?
Resources:
1-https://youtu.be/SaSHLbS1V4w
2-Adichie, C. N. [TED]. (2009, October 7). The danger of a single story | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/D9Ihs241zeg

Choose a program, fictitious or real, that you would like to lead. Using the res

Choose a program, fictitious or real, that you would like to lead. Using the resources in the Week 2 tab (Links to an external site.) of the Library Course Guide, develop a recruitment plan for a key position in your selected program.
The following elements of the plan must be present in your submission:
• Title and a brief descriiption of the position.
• Duties of the position in relationship to the mission of the program.
• Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities necessary to complete the duties of the position.
• Discuss strategy for advertising and recruiting for the successful candidate.
• Develop at least 5 interview questions that are specific to the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities of this specific position.
Present this plan in a 3-5 page paper with APA formatting (Links to an external site.) and appropriate source citations.

Assume the role of a case manager and develop a descriiption of a client in need

Assume the role of a case manager and develop a descriiption of a client in need of services, who is entering your agency for the first time. Provide basic demographic information (including gender, ethnicity, and age), the current need for services, brief family history, treatment history, and any other assessment information pertinent to the client’s well-being.
Based on your client’s initial information gathered in the descriiption above, develop an interview outline listing the questions you will ask throughout the interview to (1) identify the problem, (2) establish problem severity, and (3) assess for strengths. Each area should include a minimum of 10 questions—both open and closed inquiries. Following the interview outline, develop a 200-400 word reflection on possible personal biases and interview pitfalls you may experience and how you would overcome them in order to best help the client.