case_study_homeless_schizophrenia

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Case Study Homeless SchizophreniaABS 200: Introduction to Applied Behavioral ScienceCase Study: Homeless/Schizophrenia1. Introductiona. Goals of paperb. Topic of paper2. Microa. Consider the personality, emotions, beliefs, behaviors, goals interests, mental health, and strengths and weaknesses.III. Mezzoa. Consider any small groups in which they interact such as family, peer groups, social groups, sports groups, or any other small groups in which they are involved.1. Macroa. Consider any groups in which they have been involved, any organizations, and their community. This could include business, church, neighborhood, school, or other agencies or larger entities.1. Diversitya. Consider any elements of diversity that may have played a part in the problem they face in life, describing how these factors may have been significant along the different levels.1. Circumstancesa. Individuals strengths and weaknesses in dealing with their circumstances. b. What their stressors are and how they cope with them.c. How well they adapted to their circumstances.VII. Conclusiona. Reiterate and enforce introduction with restatement of thesis. John Ratliff is a sixty-one year old male who is homeless and suffers from paranoid schizophrenia. John currently lives on the streets in San Francisco, California. He has been homeless for the past six years. He currently does not take any medication for his illness, nor does he acknowledge he has an illn

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