Mr. and Mrs. Lawson brought their 4-year-old adopted daughter, Clara, to see Dr. Mason, a psychiatrist. Clara was polite in greeting Dr. Mason, but did not smile and kept her gaze down as she took a seat. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson sat next to Clara and began explaining their concerns. They described Clara as a quiet child who has recently begun throwing temper tantrums, during which she is inconsolable. Her sleep and eating patterns have changed, and she no longer wants to go to preschool. Introduction first step to gather as much information as possible about the person and his or her problems and behavior. In this case, Clara a 4-year-old adopted girl is brought by her parents to see Dr. Mason because they have been recently experiencing certain changes in the girl’s behavior. They are concerned, so Mr. and Mrs. Lawson seek help from a professional. Create a brief response to each of the following questions
1. What other information would you like to learn during the interview with the family? What questions would you ask?
The first question I would ask is about her parents, how old are they? Why was she put up for adoption? What is their ethnicity? There are so many questions that I would ask to learn more about her history. A few more questions I would ask are to her adopted parents. A few more questions I would ask are to her adopted parents. What is their background? What changes have been made in the past few months? In addition to those questions I would ask would be about Clara’s history and about her teacher’s. Did anything happen at school that might be affecting her? Change of teachers or classroom? I would also like as much information as possible about her background? Was she put in foster care by the choice of her parents or was she taken from her home? So any questions about Clara’s history, background, her social past and present environment and her relationships are very important and could help with the following...