Case Conceptualization Instructions

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CONCEPTUALIZATION AND TREATMENT PLAN INSTRUCTIONS

Below is the format you are to use for the Conceptualization and Treatment Plans due in Modules/Weeks 4 and 6. Each paper is not to exceed 10 pages not including, title page, abstract, and reference page. APA format is required.

Title Page
Refer to your APA manual for directions on formatting a title page. Be sure you include a running head, page number, paper title, your name, and the institution name (Liberty University).

Abstract
Your abstract will not only give the reader an overview of your paper. Be sure your abstract summarizes the main ideas in your paper, and what conclusions you came to. Please use your APA manual to be sure you write an effective abstract.

Body
Below you will find the topics and structure you are required to include in your paper.

Presenting Concerns
This part is summarized from your Case Summary emphasizing the problem areas. This should be no longer than 2 paragraphs. Be sure to include the pertinent information needed for the theory you are applying.

Case Conceptualization
You choose one theory for each assignment. For the Conceptualization and Treatment Plan 1 due Module/Week 4, choose either Psychoanalytic, Object Relations, Individual Psychology, Person Centered, or Existential theory. The Case Conceptualization Process document will help you with this section.
For the Conceptualization and Treatment Plan 2 due Module/Week 6 Choose either Behavioral, REBT of Cognitive Theories.

Goals and Interventions
Based on the theory above

Conclusion
What you would expect the outcomes of such therapy to be, and what will some of the most challenging aspects of the treatment be? Again use outside sources to support your conclusions. These sources need to be professional, not pop psychology or internet sources such as Wikipedia. Edited books and journal articles are your best sources.

References
You may reference your texts, but you must...
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