The project for this course will focus on social responsibility and research. Y

The project for this course will focus on social responsibility and research. You will present these findings in a formal collegiate style research paper.
You will write a formal APA research paper over Social Responsibility. You will address the following items within your paper:
Definition of what social responsibility is. This is individual social responsibility NOT corporate social responsibility, so make sure you are looking at the right definition.
Examples of social responsibility and the importance each plays within society.
How a person can be more socially responsible…in other words, how can I do my part to help society? What are some ways I can take action, give back, etc?
Step 1: Research
Project 2: Annotated Bibliography Worksheet
This is where you explore and research social responsibility further. You will be researching various elements that can be discussed in your paper, including items such as:
definitions
statistics
examples
monetary values
problem/solutions
details
people/organizations
Step 2: Formalize & Interpret
Project 2: Research Paper
This is where you put your findings together and interpret these ideas. You will be using APA 7th edition format. Please watch the videos provided in the Writing a Research Paper & APA Format module for help with these items.
The prompts of your paper include:
Definition of what social responsibility is. This is individual social responsibility NOT corporate social responsibility, so make sure you are looking at the right definition.
Examples of social responsibility and the importance each plays within society.
How a person can be more socially responsible…in other words, how can I do my part to help society? What are some ways I can take action, give back, etc?
Your paper will include:
Title Page (1 page)
Body Pages (2-4 pages)
3-5 sources
Make sure to have an intro paragraph, various paragraphs to answer prompts, and concluding paragraph
Reference Page (1 page)
APA style title page (no abstract)
APA style 2-4 body pages with internal citations (do not use sub-headings)
APA style reference page
3 sources minimum (max 5) cited properly both with in-text citations as well as on the reference page. You may use sources found on your Annotated Bibliography.
Informative paper
3rd person writing
Please read their instructions fully to complete them successfully.
Content of paper:
Introduction – Introduces your paper to the reader. What are you going to be discussing? The last sentence needs to be your thesis statement–or the main idea of your entire paper. Use your prompt above to help you create this.
Body – Explain what you learned from your research.
Remember to answer the prompt above to help you structure this part of your paper.
Keep in mind, you may use parts of your discussion on social responsibility too to help you here.
Cite your sources within your text in proper APA format. When in doubt, cite!
Remember to use third person references. This is an informative paper, not an argumentative/opinion style paper.
Conclusion – 1 paragraph. Restate your thesis. Finally, a wrap-up/final thought regarding this topic.
****This paper will be submitted through the program Sim Check to check for plagiarism and will be scored an originality report. This score could potentially impact your grade if it is too high (red or orange). *****

Discuss the medication’s classification, pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, neu

Discuss the medication’s classification, pharmacodynamics,
pharmacokinetics, neurotransmitters, and receptor sites involved. Be sure to
discuss if your medication is an agonist, antagonist, etc and how it will
affect the receptors involved. Discuss adverse
effects and side effects, be sure to explain why the side effects may be
occurring (remember to use neuroscience and the knowledge of receptor sites).
In the discussion of pharmacokinetics be sure to include the CYP 450 system.
Lastly, including FDA approval and off-label use for this medication. Include any
additional information you find interesting.

Description of Evaluation Requirements 1. Personal Assessment and Evaluation Pro

Description of Evaluation Requirements
1.
Personal Assessment and Evaluation Program (20% paper; 10% presentation
):
You will prepare an assessment and evaluation program for your intended setting in
which you plan to practice counseling. Your paper will include the following information:
a. A brief description of the counselor you intend to become, the setting in which you
intend to work, the types of counseling services you intend to provide, and the
characteristics of the primary clientele to whom you intend to provide counseling
services, and the types of presenting problems that you expect to encounter.
b. Identify a
minimum of five assessment instruments or strategies
that you would use
in your personal assessment program. More would be better!
c. Your set of assessments must include
representation of at least two of the five
major categories of assessments
(i.e., intelligence, aptitude, achievement, interest, or
personality; do not include neuropsychological assessments).
d. Your assessments should also address at least
two of the five purposes of
assessment
in counseling (i.e., screening, identification/diagnosis, intervention planning,
progress evaluation, or outcome evaluation).
e. At least
two instruments/strategies must be “informal”
(e.g., unstructured
interviews, informal observation, projective drawings, checklists, work samples,
counselor-made tests, and questionnaires) and
at least two instruments must be
“formal”
.
f. Include
at least one outcome assessment
(i.e., one that assesses the outcome of a
counseling intervention) applicable to clients in your setting.Rubric on Bright Space
You will prepare an assessment and evaluation program for your intended setting in
which you plan to practice counseling. Your paper will include the following information:
a. A brief description of the counselor you intend to become, the setting in which you
intend to work, the types of counseling services you intend to provide, and the
characteristics of the primary clientele to whom you intend to provide counseling
services, and the types of presenting problems that you expect to encounter.
b. Identify a
minimum of five assessment instruments or strategies
that you would use
in your personal assessment program. More would be better!
c. Your set of assessments must include
representation of at least two of the fivecounseling intervention) applicable to clients in your setting. user competency) considerations.

Discuss the medication’s classification, pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, neu

Discuss the medication’s classification, pharmacodynamics,
pharmacokinetics, neurotransmitters, and receptor sites involved. Be sure to
discuss if your medication is an agonist, antagonist, etc and how it will
affect the receptors involved. Discuss adverse
effects and side effects, be sure to explain why the side effects may be
occurring (remember to use neuroscience and the knowledge of receptor sites).
In the discussion of pharmacokinetics be sure to include the CYP 450 system.
Lastly, including FDA approval and off-label use for this medication. Include any
additional information you find interesting.

Discuss your understanding of Gestalt counseling. Include a specific population

Discuss your understanding of Gestalt counseling. Include a specific population that you desire to work with in the future. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages in using Gestalt counseling with the chosen population. Focus on the following as it relates to the specific populations: (a) culture, (b) ethnicity, (c) sexual identity and/or orientation, (d) belief system, (e) potential of diagnosis if applicable, and (f) any potential ethical concerns

Review the case study of the Freed-Smith family provided in the Resources. For y

Review the case study of the Freed-Smith family provided in the Resources. For your initial post in this discussion, choose a systemic model and explain how you would apply it with this family in order to treat their 17-year-old adolescent. Use The Family Therapy Treatment Planner, With DSM-5 Updates to complete a treatment plan. Include the systemic model and reference the DSM-5 in your diagnosis.

Choose any psychiatric disorder and write how it can be developed from the envir

Choose any psychiatric disorder and write how it can be developed from the environment (experiences or biological) or genetics. If it is genetics, what may trigger the gene to synthesize? Then, choose a current media, where someone may be suffering from this disorder, and give the main exhibited behaviors that may have led to the diagnosis.
Again, be sure to provide evidence from the person’s or character’s thoughts, emotions, and behavior. Include details from class materials, readings, and research on personality to support your discussion.
Please do not use anyone you know; identify a fictional character, provide support using the DSM-5 criteria for your support and provide a treatment plan.
This is truly an APA-7 formatting assignment; therefore, it is important to complete the paper using APA-7 formatting.]] all APA papers must be written in collegiate level writing, which means English 101 levels or above; therefore, you should have at least an introduction with your thesis in it (preferably the last sentence of the introduction), three supporting paragraphs, and a conclusion. In regards to references, you can have as many references as needed; as APA papers are all scientific papers, which means everything stated must provide proof by citing a source, you can provide the text (if that’s where the proof lies) or any source outside the text. In regards to the fictional character, this is only for the “Psychiatric Disorder” prompt; please use a fictional character, such as in a cartoon, movie, book, show, etc…

A treatment plan is a contract between you and the client family about what will

A treatment plan is a contract between you and the client family about what will happen during the course of treatment. It is the clinical justification for everything you choose to do over the course of treatment. Treatment goals reflect both the final destination (long-term goals), the route for getting there (short-term goals), and the need for traveling (definition of problem).
Whatever happens over the course of treatment should always be linked to the agreed-upon treatment plan. Treatment plans are established for the purpose of guiding treatment.
In this assignment you will create a treatment plan for the treatment application of your Unit 6 assignment. Use the information from that assignment to complete the Sample Treatment Plan from The Family Therapy Treatment Planner. This assignment should include the following in addition to what is required to complete the Sample Treatment Plan:
Demonstrate thinking, awareness, and behaviors consistent with the legal and ethical guidelines provided by the state and by professional associations.
A description and explanation of the DSM-5 diagnosis reached using presenting behaviors that align with the diagnosis and supported by any previous coursework. Keep in mind that diagnoses are based on symptoms that often develop out of maladaptive relationships.
Requirements
To achieve a successful project experience and outcome, you are expected to meet the following requirements.
Sample Treatment Plan: All parts of the Sample Treatment Plan are completed with the appropriate information.
Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style and formatting.

Write a research paper based on what you’ve learned thus far, and do some critic

Write a research paper based on what you’ve learned thus far, and do some critical thinking. This project should be a fun and creative endeavor for you. Compare and contrast each of the learning theories covered in this course so far. Examine each theory for its strengths and weaknesses. Relate each theory to real life, and come up with a learning theory based on your own arguments about what the best learning theory is, including empirical evidence to back up your points. This could be a combination of one or more established learning theories and original ideas, based on scientific research cited via peer-reviewed journal articles. It could also be a fresh take on learning that doesn’t combine any of the theories you’ve learned, as long as it’s backed up by evidence that hasn’t been formed into a theory yet. Feel free to include diagrams, your own terms, various aspects of the theories, and other elements. Include an Abstract, Literature Review comparing the various theories, a discussion section where you propose your own learning theory with compelling arguments, and a conclusion. Place any diagrams in an appendix section. Include reputable sources from textbooks, peer-reviewed journals, or other reputable sources (no encyclopedias, Wikipedia, blogs, or digital magazine articles), and be sure to reference 15–20 sources. Format your paper in 12 pt. Times New Roman font, double-spaced, using APA style.
Length/Formatting Instructions
Font 12 point, Times New Roman Font
Program/File Type Submit in Word or Excel
File Name Lastname_firstname_[Course Code]_M[Module #] Assignment
M7 Assignment Grading Rubric
Your work will be evaluated on the following criteria:
CATEGORY Exemplary Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Unacceptable
Compare and contrast the learning theories covered up to this point, relate them to real-life (20 points) 20 points
Student makes excellent comparisons and relates theories to real-life scenarios
16 points
Student makes a good attempt to compare and contrast theories and relate them to real-life
10 points
Student makes an attempt of comparing and contrasting theories, relating them to real life, but doesn’t cover 1 or 2 learning theories
4 points
Student does not include comparing/contrasting of learning theories, or doesn’t cover 3 or more theories
Include 7–10 pages with 15–20 reputable sources
Abstract, Introduction, Literature Review, Discussion, Conclusion, and Appendix (if needed) (20 points)
20 points
Student accomplishes this with no errors
16 points
Student is short 1–2 required sources, but has 7–10 pages and all required sections
10 points
Student is short 3–4 of the citation requirement, but has 5–7 pages and all required sections
4 points
Student is low on page count, is short 4 or more required sources, and has one or more missing sections.
Examining each theory for strengths and weaknesses (20 points) 20 points
Student accurately describes strengths and weaknesses of each of the learning theories
16 points
Student is able to identify most of the strengths and weaknesses of each theory, is mostly on target, but could improve
10 points
Student identifies strengths and weaknesses, but doesn’t cover 1 or 2 theories
4 points
Student is unable to identify strengths or weaknesses of each theory, or doesn’t cover 3 or more theories
Form your own learning theory with evidence to back it up. (20 points) 20 points
Student forms learning theory with evidence to back it up that makes sense and is empirically sound.
16 points
Student forms theory, but it has some holes in it or cannot fully be supported and backed by empirical evidence. 1–2 points cannot be backed up with evidence
10 points
Student forms learning theory but it isn’t supported by empirical evidence to back it up. 3–4 points cannot be backed up by evidence.
4 points
Student doesn’t include a new learning theory, or can’t support 4 or more points with empirical evidence.
Mechanics—Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling (10 points) 10 points
Student makes no errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content.
8 points
Student makes 1–2 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content.
5 points
Student makes 3–4 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content.
2 points
Student makes more than 4 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content.
Format—APA Format, Citations, Organization, Transitions (10 points) 10 points
The paper is written in proper format. All sources used for quotes and facts are credible and cited correctly. Excellent organization, including a variety of thoughtful transitions.
8 points
The paper is written in proper format with only 1–2 errors. All sources used for quotes and facts are credible and most are cited correctly. Adequate organization includes a variety of appropriate transitions.
5 points
The paper is written in proper format with only 3–5 errors. Most sources used for quotes and facts are credible and cited correctly. Essay is poorly organized, but may include a few effective transitions.
2 points
The paper isn’t written in proper format. Many sources used for quotes and facts are less than credible (suspect) and/or are not cited correctly. Essay is disorganized and does not include effective transitions.

In a 5- to 10-slide PowerPoint presentation, address the following. Your title a

In a 5- to 10-slide PowerPoint presentation, address the following. Your title and references slides do not count toward the 5- to 10-slide limit.
Provide an overview of the article you selected.
What population (individual, group, or family) is under consideration?
What was the specific intervention that was used? Is this a new intervention or one that was already studied?
What were the author’s claims?
Explain the findings/outcomes of the study in the article. Include whether this will translate into practice with your own clients. If so, how? If not, why?
Explain whether the limitations of the study might impact your ability to use the findings/outcomes presented in the article.
Use the Notes function of PowerPoint to craft presenter notes to expand upon the content of your slides.
Support your response with at least three other peer-reviewed, evidence-based sources. Explain why each of your supporting sources is considered scholarly. Provide references to your sources on your last slide. Be sure to include the article you used as the basis for this Assignment.
This is the Main Article below: Add 3 supporting peer-reviewed articles.
Warlick, C. A., Poquiz, J., Huffman, J. M., DeLong, L., Moffitt-Carney, K., Leonard, J., Schellenger, B., & Nelson, J. (2022). Effectiveness of a brief dialectical behavior therapy intensive-outpatient community health program. Psychotherapy, 59(1), 125–132. https://doi.org/10.1037/pst0000388