This assignment focuses on vignette analysis and direct application of course concepts to the persons and situations presented in the vignette for each question. All discussions must take into account the legal and ethical considerations, as well as issues of culture and human diversity that may pertain to the situations presented below.
Please keep your responses focused on what is presented in the vignette. Do not add information but use your creativity to support what you see in the vignette as written. All assignments MUST be typed and double-spaced, in APA style and must be written at graduate level English. The content, conciseness and clarity of your answers will be considered in the evaluation of your work. You must integrate the material presented in both texts and cite your work according to APA format. Use of outside resources is encouraged for culture-specific information to enhance your vignette analysis.
This assignment should be 10 pages
A panel of experts from the Psychoanalytic school of personality has been asked to evaluate this case. Each expert will discuss his or her view of this case in direct and specific context to a minimum of four (4) of their theoretical constructs. Each expert will take into consideration the research on personality and the brain as well as culture and legal/ethical issues that might arise.
For this assignment you are to present this case from the viewpoint of four (4) of the these experts:
Object Relations theory
Joe is a 19 year old, Chinese male. He suffers from bouts of depression and occasional anxiety. He states that, “I just never seem to be good enough”. Joe is the caretaker of his invalid mother and 2 younger siblings. His father left when Joe was the only child at 5 years of age, and returned when Joe was 12. Within 2 years, his sister and brother were born. When Joe was 16 years old, his mother was in a car accident which left her paralyzed. His father left again and hasn’t been seen since. He tells you that he hates his father and wishes him dead.
Textbooks are Book
Yalom, I. (2009). The Gift Of Therapy: An Open Letter to a New Generation of Therapists and Their Patients. New York, NY Harper Collins. ISBN: 978-0061719615 and Vandenbos, G.R., Meidenbauer, E. & Frank-McNeil, J. (2013). Psychotherapy Theories and Techniques: A Reader. Washington, DC American Psychological Association. ISBN9781433816192