COMPLETE SELF ASSESSMENT FOR Clinical Psychology Course (HAYDEN)

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EACH SECTION OF THIS ASSIGNMENT NEEDS TO BE ANSWERED…I PUT THE ANSWER BY SOME OF THE QUESTIONS AND THE REST PLEASE MAKE UP. YOU WILL ALSO HAVE TO TAKE A SELF ASSESSMENT IN THE INSTRUCTIONS AND INCLUDE THE RESULTS

Personal Career Case Study

Part I: Background

  • Introduction
    • Identification of subject
      • Name: CHAVON HAYDEN
      • Age: 34
      • Sex: FEMALE
      • Marital Status: SINGLE
      • Race/Ethnicity: AFRICAN AMERICAN
      • Occupation: CASE MANAGER
  • Personal and Social History
    • Early childhood development: ATTENDED HEAD START PROGRAM
    • General health: HEALTHY
    • Dominant values in the home
      • Ideals
      • Values : STRONG IN FAITH
      • Goals
      • Parental roles of each parent and parenting style(s)
    • Educational and occupational background of parents: BOTH PARENTS ATTENDED COLLEGE
    • Nature of relationships with parents: VERY CLOSE BOND WITH PARENTS
    • Parental aspirations for you: TO RECEIVE MY DOCTORATE AND EXCEL IN MY CAREER
    • Nature of relationships with siblings: VERY CLOSE WITH MY YOUNGER SISTER
    • Nature of relationship with peers: MY PEERS AND I REALLY MOTIVATE EACH OTHER TO EXCEL
    • Identification with important figures in community
    • Other pertinent factors (specify)
  • Educational History
    • Schools and colleges attended (including dates): TROY UNIVERSITY: PSYCHOLOGY AND MINOR ID SOCIOLOGY, CAPELLA UNIVERSITY: PSYCHOLOGY WITH SPECIALIZATION IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT, FORT VALLEY: CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING & CASE MANAGEMENT
    • Academic performance (GPA, percentile): 3.0
    • Major subjects or curricula from each school: PSYCHOLOGY AND COUNSELING
    • Extracurricular activities
    • Social adjustment in school
    • Changes in major field of study (explain)
    • Standings (may be estimated) on assessments
      • Aptitude tests
      • Interest inventories
      • Achievement tests
    • Vocational preferences expressed at various points in school
      • Elementary school
      • Middle school
      • High school
      • College
      • Graduate school
    • Assistance with guidance counseling
    • Other pertinent factors (specify)
  • Personality variables
    • Self-concept
    • Dominant personality traits
    • Weakness (areas of development)
    • Personality type
    • Values
    • Results from assessments (any from http://similarminds.com)
      • Global 3 Personality Tests
      • Jung test
      • Career Inventory
    • Other pertinent variables
  • Physical, socioeconomic, and cultural environment
    • Description of previous communities and neighborhood in which you lived.
    • Description of community, neighborhood, and house in which you now live.
    • Other pertinent environmental factors (specify)
  • Vocational history (include resume)
    • Early occupational dreams: ALWAYS WANTED TO BE A TEACHER OR SOCIAL WORKER TO HELP CHILDREN
    • Early interests, hobbies, play activities: DANCE, READING, GOING TO THE PARK WITH FRIENDS
    • Part-time jobs, in sequence including work activities in childhood: RETAIL JOBS
    • Full-time jobs, in sequence: CASE MANAGER FOR SOURCE AMERICA
    • Present interests, hobbies, leisure-time activities: READING, TRAVELING TO NEW DESTINATIONS
      • Your evaluation of your vocational development
      • Present vocational plans and aspirations
    • Current career and academic goals: TO BECOME A CERTIFIED REHABILITATION COUNSELOR AND LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR
  • Relationship to career counseling
    • How might career counseling have helped you at crucial points in the past?
    • In what way might it be of help for you now?

(Note: For both part-time and full-time include what factors led you to take the job, why you left them, and likes or dislikes of the job and duties).

Part II: Selected Theory of Career Development

  • Choose one theory which best accounts for your behavior.
  • Describe the major components of your selected theory.
  • Describe for what population would this theory be best used for include cultural considerations and present research.
  • Discuss the theory’s strengths and weaknesses.

Part III: The Synthesis

  • Why did you select this particular theory?
  • In what ways does it account for the behavior and goals of your subject? Be specific.
  • Interpretation and prognosis
    • On the basis of the vocational development theory to which you wish to relate your findings, what inferences can be made concerning how you reached your present state of vocational development?
    • What do you see as your prognosis for future vocational development?
  • In what ways is your selected theory inadequate (or least adequate) to account for your vocational development?
  • Discuss briefly how other theories might be used.