Social Work: Biopsychosocial Case Study Case Study by cee-cee

Social Work: Biopsychosocial Case Study
A case study examination of the treatment goals and success for a client with a history of sexual abuse, domestic abuse and alcoholism.
# 110482 | 4,167 words | 17 sources | APA | 2008 | US

$19.95 Buy and instantly download this paper now


This paper discusses the case study of a divorced, 37 year-old Hispanic mother of three girls, aged 11, 9 and 4 who has a history of sexual abuse, domestic abuse and alcoholism. The paper details the problems she presents with and then discusses the clinical assessment of the client and her treatment goals. It looks at how treatment helped the client to resume her normal duties.

Table of Contents:
Background and Client History
Presenting Problems
Detailed Interview Summary Synopsis
Detailed Interview Summary
Clinical Assessment and Treatment Goals
Client Status Report

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Butler, K. (1997). The Anatomy of Resilience; The Family Therapy Networker, 21(2):22-31
  • DeJong, P., Miller, S. (1995). How to Interview for Clients Strengths; Social Work, 40(6).
  • Goldstein, E. (1995). Ego Psychology and Social Work Practice. (2nd Edition) New York: The Free Press
  • Graziano, R. (1992). Treating Woman Incest Survivors: A Bridge Between Cumulative Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress; Social Work in Health Care, 17(1).
  • Green, G.J., Lee, M. Y., Hoffpauir, S. (2005). The Languages of Empowerment and Strengths in Clinical Social Work: A Constructivist Perspective; Families in Society 86(2): 267-277.

Cite this Case Study:

APA Format

Social Work: Biopsychosocial Case Study (2008, December 24) Retrieved June 03, 2020, from

MLA Format

"Social Work: Biopsychosocial Case Study" 24 December 2008. Web. 03 June. 2020. <>