American Sniper Case study Paper

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We are doing a paper on the movie
  • The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)
  • Those are my part of the paper I'm doing. We are focusing the main character Katniss she has PTSD and some depression. You might have to view the movie if you haven't to answer Section 1.
  • 3 references
  • Section I of Midterm (Background/History; ecological system) 1- page on each
  • Section IV of Midterm (Treatment plan, legal/ethical) 1-page on each So that will be a total of 4 pages
  • I have attachment to help guide you.

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Team Mid-Term - Introduction This an introduction to the Team Mid-Term assignment, so that you can plan for the work accordingly. See the syllabus for due dates and the assignment item for full submission information. This assignment will take place during Weeks 4 and 5 with the final product due in Week 5. Therefore, you need to be planning, preparing for, and working on it in conjunction with your team over those weeks. Carefully read through the information below, then be sure to address any questions or concerns early in the course. Prompt: Your Midterm submittal is a paper which is to be 10 – 15 pages, double spaced, following APA guidelines for a formal paper (e.g., title page, headings, font, spacing, etc.). Your Midterm will be worth a total of 100 points. You will also complete a Team Member Evaluations from which is due at the same time as the Mid-term. (See the item in Week 6.) Your Tasks: For the content of what is required, follow the sections and steps below: Section I of Midterm (Background/History; ecological system): 1. 2. 3. 4. Select a movie as a team from the Film List below. Complete the assigned readings and watch the weekly instructor presentations. Watch the film. Write a brief background/history to the circumstances of the case presented by the movie, similar to your case vignettes you have been working on (e.g., main characters, history and relevant issues, etc.). 5. Identify and describe the character’s ecological system (e.g., do they have a job, family, friends, hobbies, religion, spirituality, etc.). Section II of Midterm (Diagnosis and Justification, ecological systems, and strengths): 1. For the client chosen in your particular movie, provide a complete and accurate diagnosis. Give code, diagnosis, and relevant descriptors and specifier(s). * Please note that you must come to a consensus within your team as you will be turning in one copy of this exam to the professor with all of the names from the team listed on the title page. (Think about this from the perspective of being a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team.) 2. Make sure to justify your diagnosis by linking the specific symptoms to the criteria they satisfy. 3. Identify and describe the character’s ecological system (e.g., do they have a job, family, friends, hobbies, religion, spirituality, etc.). Identify/list any client strengths across the ecological spectrum (micro-macro) that you can utilize to help build a successful treatment plan. Here are a few examples. Client Strengths -high cognitive function (micro) -recognizes problem (micro) -high initiative for seeking help (micro) -girlfriend is supportive(messo) -healthy family bonds (messo) -mental health insurance (macro Section III of Midterm (Causal and maintenance factors, biopsychosocial model): 1. Identify causal and maintaining factors from a biopsychosocial model. a. For example: i. Describe some plausible causes of the clinical presentation. ii. Analyze and describe the different factors from a biopsychosocial model and how they impact the client: 1. Belief/cognitions: 2. Emotions: 3. Behaviors: 4. Physically: 5. Socially: (***Make sure that you write this section in the body of a paragraph. Can organize paragraphs by each area (e.g., beliefs/cognitions, etc.).) Section IV of Midterm (Treatment plan, legal/ethical): 1. Generate a formal treatment plan that is evidenced-based and utilizes the unique resources of the particular character. (Remember, your goals and interventions must follow the SMART acronym) 2. Provide a rationale for the interventions you used by providing relevant, evidenced-based literature, which not only includes specific interventions, but considerations that go along with them. a. Can the studies you are using to show that the intervention is effective be generalized to other populations or is there a gap regarding what is available for a specific population? Note: you will need to also research cultural considerations for this section. i. Develop at least 3 goals and the supporting measurable objectives that will help the patient achieve his/her goal(s). (Your treatment approaches will be included in this section. Remember to capitalize on the client’s strengths that were identified.) 1. Remember measurable objectives include a) who is responsible for what; b) what exactly has to be completed (usually this includes a number to be able to know if the objective has been completed); and the timeframe for completion. ii. Provide a rationale for each therapeutic intervention and include citations as evidence for therapeutic effectiveness. (Include in-text citations and references.) iii. Include pharmacological interventions that have been used to treat symptoms or diagnosis. 1. Utilizing pharmacological databases note any side effects that this medication can cause that social workers need to know. 2. Explain what you would do should you suspect that the patient is suffering from negative medication side effects. 3. Consider the ethical, legal and risk considerations regarding this case. 4. After the cases are completed reflect as a group about all the knowledge and skills that you had to apply in this exam. Then write a few paragraphs about how this course has helped you to grow as professional social workers and how this experienced has changed the way you view mental illness. Note that the fourth section of the exam serves as an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to provide evidence based culturally competent treatment. The treatment plan should capitalize on the client’s strengths and culture thus the plan should look different and be supported by evidence. Film List (If your team wishes to review a movie not on this list that has to do with Psychopathology topics covered in Weeks 4 and 6, you must get the film approved by your Instructor):                 Ordinary People (1980) The Village (2004) Columbus Circle (2011) Copycat (1995) I Am Sam (2001) Nim's Island (2008) What About Bob? (1991) As Good as It Gets (1997) Matchstick Men (2003) Dirty Filthy Love (2004) The Aviator (2004) The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) The Rookie (1990) The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) American Sniper (2014) The King's Speech (2010) ...
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Running head: AMERICAN SNIPER

American Sniper
Student’s Name
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AMERICAN SNIPER

American Sniper
Response to Section One
Background and History
American sniper is a drama film directed by Clint Eastwood. The film focuses on Chris
Kyle who works out ways to become the deadliest sniper in American history. His tactics help
him to not only protect his family but American troops too (Eastwood et al., 2015). He works in
the military in Iraq and occasionally goes home to visit his family. However, he finds it hard to
coordinate the military duty with the responsibility of being a parent. His childhood ambition is
to become a cowboy, but this changed when he realized he could work better in the military. He
has a passion for what he does, and this is what makes him the best sniper. He is a good leader
who leads everyone to the war, and they win many such wars. However, the film ends in a sad
mood when Kyle is killed by a veteran he was trying to help when they were attacked.
Other characters in the film include Marcus Luttrell, Taya Kyle who is Kyle's wife, Ryan
Job who also serves along Kyle, and Osama Bin Laden who is the leader of the terrorist group
called al-Qaeda. This is the group that caused chaos and war in Iraq which Kyle and his troop try
to stop. The relevant issues in this movie are war and chaos, and it contains various themes
which flow throughout the film as depicted by multiple characters (Eastwood et al., 2015). Such
include survival as each troop fights to survive in a war which has dangerous terrorists. ...

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