Developmental, Cognitive, Social, And Emotional Development Of The Client

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This paper will describe developmental issues in each domain (physical, cognitive, social, and emotional) that are identified when working with the clients and provide and examples of behaviors as evidence. It will also include a discussion on the stage of the family’s life cycle and how the family has transitioned through the life span. Next it will describe as well as document the impact of risk factors on the social and emotional well-being and physical development of the client. This paper applies and accurately interprets systemic assessment tools that are multicultural and developmentally appropriate and demonstrates an awareness of how ethical and legal requirements impact working with this family using examples as evidence. Finally it reflects on one 's personal background and impact on one 's work with this family system, incorporating suggestions for managing this impact.
Keywords: systemic assessment, genogram, life cycle, developmental domains, family
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