Ana Case Study Analysis Written By: Marcella Fullilove Grand Canyon University: PCN 500 Counseling Theories 3/21/2012 Instructor: Dr. Cheryl Fisher The use of a case study analysis can help a student or group apply the best theory to an individual’s problems or issues. The green team will face the challenges as therapist to provide the necessary problem solving skills that may be suitable to this case study. Ana is the adult female in this case study who is face with different types of problems or issues. The green team will analyze the information, apply best theory, and provide results that will be appropriate for Ana’s major stressors. As there may be no wrong or right answer, it is the work of great minds …show more content…
Therefore, we are uncertain whether or not her family knows that she is not in school. It seems that a lot of importance has been put on education in her family, but college is not for everyone. Other special issues to consider would be the lack of coming to her sessions, isolating herself from others, having panic or anxiety attacks than norm. The main issue, the green team considers most of all would be deep depression due to the overall major stressor. As therapists, we have to
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I feel that this case was somewhat representative of what was discussed in the textbook. The forensics aspects of this case were generally different from the impression of forensics I received from reading the textbook. Despite this fact, I feel that the investigative techniques of this case were similar to what was discussed in the textbook, as well as what has been discussed during lecture.
1.3. In order to estimate the peso discount rate, assume that the International Fisher Effect (IFE) holds. Groupe Ariel's Euro hurdle rate for a project of this type was 8%. Assume that inflation rates are expected to be 7% in Mexico and 3% in France.
When a law enforcement officer or other public employee is accused of potentially criminal conduct, they may face three different kinds of interviews or interrogations. If an officer is interviewed as a criminal suspect, they have the absolute right to decline to answer any questions, or to insist that they have a lawyer of their choosing to attend the interview. The first is type is during a criminal investigation; the second is during a disciplinary investigation and finally during the course of civil litigation where there has been damages. During a criminal interview, there is no professional, ethical or moral duty to participate especially without the assistance of an attorney to represent the officer under investigation. It has come to a surprise that many experienced officers will waive their right to silence and give the investigators an audio recorded statement. Some of the inexperienced criminals do not make incriminating statements. The motive for cooperation is to avoid unfavorable publicity.
Smiley, a buyer from Carrefour Fashions, entered the store of a rival firm, Boulevard Boutique. The reason for his visit was to find out about the latest lines that Boulevard was carrying. Once Smiley entered the store he was recognized by Maldini, the store manager of Boulevard, who immediately called the store detective and told him to keep an eye on Smiley. Maldini then called the police, notifying them that he had a shoplifter in the store. Smiley never tried to leave, believing that Rocco, the store detective, would not permit him to do so. Once the police took Smiley to the station he explained the situation and was released.
The internal stakeholders should include the board of directors, top managers, middle managers, and the staff. Their values and opinions towards the core purpose and values of DJJ are indispensable and important. Developing some surveys and organizing the meetings among the staff are helpful ways to learn and exchange ideas and thoughts about DJJ’s mission and values. The surveys may include the degree of staff satisfaction about the current mission statement and, in case if disagreement, include ways to change and improve the statement. Then, targeting the “customers” that DJJ would mainly serve and focus on is an efficient way to identify the external stakeholders and clarify the core purpose of DJJ.
Six Flags is synonymous with thrills, laughter, and screams of joy. However, in June, 2006, investors were not laughing. As KMGH Denver reports (2006), shares of Six Flags Inc. dropped sharply on Friday when debt rating agencies lowered their outlooks on the amusement park operator after it said attendance and revenues had fallen. (para 2).
In the past, the booming economy had allowed for year to year increase in their sales because people had larger discretionary incomes. But due to the recession, smaller independent retailers had to markdown their items in order to stay in business because designer outlet stores are getting more traffic; so will Harry Rosen follow in suit? Or in order to maintain the integrity of the quality products they offer, will they continue their higher pricing and settle for a lower market share?
For the mock trial I was assigned to be one of the prosecuting attorneys. After being presented with case materials which included facts of the case, statements from both prosecuting and defense witnesses, penal code for the alleged charges, and map of the crime scene, we as a group decided to create one Google Drive document. There we would upload our parts of the case and help other group members with their assignments.
Tanya is a 21-year-old African American female who was referred by Southern Psychiatric Unit after she called 911 as a result of beings annoyed with her family and co-workers. She complained that her employer puts her in places to do paperwork and not giving her 70 hours a week. They were cutting her hours from 10 to 6 a day. She reported that she was feeling suicidal when she called 911. Prior to calling 911, Tanya reported that her baby father Derrick is in her brain singing and rapping all of the time. She reported that Derrick works at Taco Bell. She reports that she had to have sex with Derrick in order to quiet down his voice; however, if she has sex with others, the voices would get louder.
Events and interactions occurring during work and field placement attribute to the agency 's climate, productivity and effectiveness of individuals and groups. Understanding how to navigate through workplace dilemmas is an essential component in maintaining job satisfaction and fulfillment. Although workplace issues are not always negative events or catastrophes, individuals may feel conflicted about how to react or handle specific situations causing distress, concern or apprehension (Cook, 2017). Furthermore, problematic issues can occur between colleagues, clients, the client’s systems, at the administrative level or in the organizational structure as a whole (Cook, 2017). In order for individuals to become active
Well-organized structure. There is clear defined stages and the fixed timetable to follow during the dispute settlement procedure. This dispute settlement system indeed become more effective than that of GATT 1947 (Food Fight n.d.), which is capable of dealing with complicated cases.
Ron Garcia felt good about his first week as a management trainee at Mexicana Wire Winding, Inc. He had not yet developed any technical knowledge about the manufacturing process, but he had toured the entire facility, located in the suburbs of Mexico City, and had met many people in various areas of the operation. Mexicana, a subsidiary of Westover Wire Works, a Texas firm, is a medium-sized producer of wire windings used in making electrical transformers. Carlos Alverez, the production control manager, described the windings to Garcia as being of standardized design. Garcia’s tour of the plant, laid out by process type (see Figure 7.20), followed the manufacturing sequence for the windings: drawing,
Cross-functional teams are vital in many businesses, because it increases productivity, enhances communication between departments, and leads to overall success in a company. Boldflash is a company that has fallen behind on this front, and is thus struggling to keep up with its competitors. Roger Cahill, the new vice president of the Mobile Division, is faced with the challenge of finding a way to restructure the departments in his division in order to increase productivity and improve the product development process.
A recurring theme that I noticed in COMM 101 was the emphasis on the application of class concepts in the real world. The case analyses often touched on the core teachings and truly tested my knowledge by requiring me to apply everything that I had learned thus far. To be quite honest, it was a rough awakening to university, as I knew my performance was below my regular standards; it reflected my personal effort. A key takeaway from the individual assignments was that “you get what you put in.” And I found that this statement can be held true for any activity I pursue. The case analyses were not only a rough introduction, but also a good reminder that hard work pays off. In addition, the
INTRODUCTION: The Mattress Company Simmons wanted a hot new bed to sell, so they went to the best design firm in the world IDEO to come up with the concept. The first meetings between the two teams were brilliant with creative energy on both sides. Then IDEO went off to work on the prototype. A couple months later they came back to Simmons and showed off the prototype in a big, classic IDEO pitch. The response from Simmons was not positive though they knew it was good, but Simmons had no ownership over it.