Interventions on Family Issues Case Study by Write Fine

A case study of a boy with behavioral issues.
# 112286 | 1,790 words | 1 source | APA | 2009 | US

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This paper is a case study of a nine year old boy, Cody who suffers from behavioral problems. The author gives a short history of Cody's life so far - a mother who has been married three times where each marriage was with an abusive partner. The author also relates that Cody was well-adjusted until the birth of a second child by his mother a year and a half ago. The author then describes Cody's personality changes and the consequences that these misbehaviors have. In addition, the author analyzes that Cody lost his coping ability when his step-sibling was born and that many of his actions were attempts to gain his mother's attention. Moreover, the author reasons that Cody has not had any proper role models in his life. In closing, the paper suggests several intervention methods for Cody to correct his antisocial behavior such as positive encouragement and family counseling.

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Sample of Sources Used:

  • Simons, R., Simons, L., & Wallace, L. (2005). Families, Delinquency, and Crime. Oxford University Press.

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