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Please complete the following paragraph: Please clearly identify the need for wh

Please complete the following paragraph: Please clearly identify the need for why this study is needed. The topic is to examine the effectiveness of TF-CBT on adolescents aged 12-17 with intellectual disabilities who experience trauma in the United States. This research is needed to identify an effective treatment option to adolescents who experience trauma and suffer from cognitive disabilities. -Please briefly elaborate and back with research.
Research is also need to (to contribute to mental health, officials/leader’s knowledge to effective treatment, what happens if none is provided). -Please briefly elaborate and Back with research. Please identify the gap(s) of inconsistency of effective treatment. -Please briefly elaborate and Back with research. Lastly, the desired outcome of the research I am going to do. Please briefly elaborate and back with research.
PLEASE THERE SHOULD BE A CITATION AFTER EVERY SETENCE.  Use current (within 5-7 years no later than 2015-present), scholarly, PRIMARY resources to support statements. Peer-reviewed published articles ONLY. Use APA style in citing all resources. Use at least 5 resources. STAY ON TOPIC AND BE DIRECT.
As the writer, you want to make your point as clear as possible. State it directly. In addition to summarizing information to support your points, tell the reader why that information is included (i.e., why it is relevant). Don’t make the reader guess.
    SECOND PARAGRAPH: Identify the need for the study.  The need should be directly related to the problem. It must clearly identify a gap in current practice, service, process, policy, or programs.  It must clearly identify the need for the research and the desired outcome.
The problem is adolescents who experience trauma with intellectual disabilities are at a great risk for mental health diagnosis and need effective mental health treatment.
Example: This study is needed because high school graduation rates are decreasing in the service community where Helping Others Inc. provides its transitional summer program.  Decreased graduation rates have negatively affected the unemployment rate in the area.
Use current (within 5-7 years), scholarly, PRIMARY resources to support statements. peer-reviewed published articles. ONLY Use APA style in citing all resources. Use at least 5 resources.

Citations and the reference page are not needed. Use your own words. Answer ALL

Citations and the reference page are not needed. Use your own words. Answer ALL the questions in bulleted form.
Course name: Group Work in Rehabilitation and Human Services
Part 1: Answer these questions in bulleted form.
1.    Define informed consent and confidentiality. Describe the purpose of informed consent and confidentiality in groups. What is the difference between informed consent and confidentiality?
2.    Define deliberate and unavoidable self-disclosure and give the example of each. What are the considerations for using self-disclosure in groups?
Part 2: Read the following scenario and use it to answer the questions.
You are leading a psychoeducation group on ‘Wellness for College Students.’  This group is scheduled to meet weekly on campus for 6 weeks. As you prepare for your first session, you review the following demographic information that group members filled out when signing up for the group via an online form:
•    Camila is an 18 year old, Latina woman.  She is a freshman from Pennsylvania majoring in physics.  She identifies as heterosexual and has a partner.
•    David is a 20 year old, Black man.  He is a junior from Louisiana. 
•    Jana is a 34 year old, white woman.  She reported that she is from Pennsylvania and is a part-time, working student.  She has one child and is single.
•    Tony is a 21 year old, white man.  He is a fifth-year senior from Utah.  He identifies as heterosexual.  He is an education major who works part-time.
•    Aiyana is a 21 year old, Native American woman.  She reported that she is a senior from Arizona majoring in architecture.  She identifies as heterosexual.
•    Barbara is a 19 year old, Black woman from North Carolina.  She is a sophomore Rehabilitation and Human Services major who identifies as bisexual and is single. 
•    Steven is a 21 year old, white man.  His major is engineering, and he is a senior. Steven is gay and has a partner.
•    Lian is a 20 year old, Asian female.  She is an international student majoring in business. She is heterosexual and has a partner.
1.    Provide a 2-3 paragraph answer for each of the following questions.
1)    What are the primary tasks and characteristics, group member roles and concerns, and group leader roles and concerns that are to be expected in the group Initial Stage?
2)    Why is it important for group leader and group members to consider the following in groups: diversity, privilege, power, and microaggressions?
2.    Refer to the scenario above and provide a 1-2 paragraph answer for each of the following questions.
3)    What multicultural considerations might you think about when working with this group? What group members’ identities that are not mentioned here might you want to know more about?
4)    Below is a short transcript of a conversation between group members. For the following conversation, please do the following:
a)    Define these five leadership skills of 1) reflection, 2) process questions, 3) summary, 4) linking, and 5) blocking.
b)    Then provide the example of how you would use EACH leadership skill to respond in the following scenario that takes place a few sessions into your group (responses can be in bulleted form)
Camila states: “I feel so alone.  I’ve thought of my roommate as my best friend this semester, but last night she said that she didn’t want to be friends anymore.  She didn’t even give a reason.  I think she’s mad because I said I couldn’t go out last weekend because I had midterms.  I don’t know what I’m going to do. I have to live with her for the rest of the semester.”
Jana replies: “Oh, I’m so sorry.  Maybe you could stay with me.  You’d have to take the couch, but it would get you out of there.”
Tony says: “No big deal. Just get through the semester and find a new roommate.”
Lian replies: “I don’t think it’s that easy.  I’ve come to see my roommates as my main source of support.  They are also from China, and I don’t know what I’d do if we didn’t get along.” 
David says: “Yeah, that’s rough. Do you think you can talk to her?”
Barbara says: “If she didn’t understand why you couldn’t go out, you don’t need her.  Set boundaries that are healthy for you.  Isn’t that what we’re focusing on here? Our own wellness?”

Family Court Observation Assignment The objective of this assignment is to intro

Family Court Observation Assignment
The objective of this assignment is to introduce you to the reality of the family court judicial system and give you a real-life experience for your scholarly work in this class. This assignment will require you to attend a Family Court, or the court that deals with family matters in the county or city where you live and observe a Family Court hearing: divorce, adoption, child custody, visitation, foster care, etc.
I recommend visiting the website for the court you are planning to visit for your observation and calling in advance and speaking to the judicial assistant to determine when the relative hearing or trial will happening.
Select your own time; to visit the court(s )as you determine and incorporate into your schedule.
No electronic devices in courtroom. Be very certain that cell phones and beepers are clearly off. If you think that you cannot remember to turn them off, leave them in the car. Absolutely no tape recorders or computers. Turn off all electronic devices, no cell phones please. Be very cautious about this and please be respectful of the court.
Court attire (dress) must be appropriate. No shorts, cut-offs, halter tops, flip flops, caps or baggy or saggy pants. Business office attire (dress) is appropriate.
Please be sure to follow all Covid-19 protocols on your court visit.
Introduce yourself to the judge and general magistrate – ask the bailiff at an appropriate time for an introduction. You should also introduce yourself to the attorneys, if they seem approachable or willing, and, if you speak to either or both of the attorneys, be sure to smile, shake hands, or otherwise acknowledge or be pleasant to the parties.
Answer the following questions in question and answer format first:
Which court did you attend? Include the location of the court
When did you attend (day and time [start and end of your observation)]?
What type of case did you observe (divorce, child custody, adoption, visitation, etc.)
What are the names of the participants (judge, attorneys, litigants)
Was anyone else present in the courtroom and what was their purpose (court personnel, witnesses, interpreter, court reporter)?
In paragraph and narrative form describe what you observed, in detail, in terms of the issue pending before the court and the format of the hearing. (2-3 pages)
Finally, address the following questions in paragraph and narrative form. Preface each section with the subsection you are addressing:
Were the participants prepared and professional? What would you have done differently if you were in their place? (1-2 pages)
Was the judge professional, prepared, and attentive? What would you have done differently if you were in his/her place? (1-2 pages)
Were the issues resolved to anyone’s satisfaction? Should they have been? If the hearing did not conclude, was it reset for a later date, and if so when? (1-2 pages)
How did the courtroom observation fit with your expectation of the family court as it relates this this course? (1-2 pages)
What did you learn and how does it relate to the text and discussions in the course? (Take this as an opportunity to be thoughtful and critical.) (2-3 pages)