This short paper should follow the Intervention Paper Template. It should be 2 to 4 pages in length with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. All references should be cited in APA format.
Selection of appropriate resources and assessments for clients who have experienced trauma or crisis involves consideration of biological, developmental, cultural, and spiritual factors. Your success in treating these clients will depend heavily on a comprehensive assessment of these factors and on matching an appropriate assessment to the client crisis or trauma experience and to the individual needs of your client.
In this assignment, you will identify a homicide assessment or set of risk factors that can be used to evaluate potential homicidal intent.
Review the Week Seven Case Study Will document, and then address the following. Be sure to support your responses with research.
You should NOT use any of the provided weekly resources or the LAPC Model (except in Week Four) for your selected assessment.
Instead, please use empirical research to locate an appropriate assessment or set of risk factors specific to the case study. You may use articles from the Mental Health Counseling Guide or from other sources, as long as the assessment is grounded in research. Write a paper that includes the following:
Provide a brief description of the assessment including:
to whom it can be applied
under what circumstances it can be applied
any limitations to the assessment that should be considered
Provide rationale for choosing the selected approach for the case study.
Include an explanation for why selecting that assessment will help your work with the selected case study client, and provide appropriate support.
Describe how the assessment can be used in future work when supporting the treatment approaches for clients.
Provide a link to the assessment within the body of the paper (or upload the PDF) so your instructor can easily identify and reference it. Ensure the link is active and accessible for review by your instructor. Note: If your selected assessment is not accessible, your submission will be returned to you.