Earlier I had mentioned that one of the ways to help you can overcome conflict was by your family helping you by driving you to find the answer to the problem.
Shonquasia participated in the session. Shonquasia continue to make progress towards her goals. Shonquasia stated, her wanting to take part in sports, curfew, being treated like a stranger, school work, listening , respectful, not being suspended, being disrespectful, fighting with her siblings, and not wanting to do anything productive. Shonquasia stated that she only stay away from the house for two days. Shonquasia stated that she has moved back in the home. Shonquasia stated, that her mom does not allow her to go places, and participate on the school football team, mom refusing to do thing for her, mom not threating her fairly, mom not caring about her feeling and opinions, and being put down by her mom. Shonquasia stated, fighting, yelling
Quazonte currently lives with his mother and siblings. Quazonte follows household rules and expectations, and obeys some rules. Quazonte is consistently subject to appropriate consequences for bad behavior and consistently receives appropriate rewards for good behavior. His mother always practices good supervision and she clearly disapproves of his behavior. Quazonte 's home includes some conflict, but it is well managed. Most of the conflict was characterized by Ms. Edward’s as “sibling disagreements, like brothers and sisters have with one another. Nothing ever gets out of hand or physical.” She stated her authority is accepted in the home and respected by her children. Quazonte has never runaway or been kicked out of the house.
Since last review Shonquasia has depressive symptoms has reduce a little. Shonquasia depression can be seen in her body language, demeanor, behavior, and verbal expression. Shonquasia continues to verbalize feeling of depression due to self-image, situation at home and in school settings. Shonquasia seldom wat o engage in productive activity, and has no friends. Shonquasia spend most of her time lock in her room and stat that she hate being around people because they are too judgmental. Shonquasia has family support but pulls away from the family due to person fear. Shonquasia has not mad significant progress with her behavior in home and school setting, due to the fact that she is not taking her medication as proscribe. Per mom, Shonquasia
Shonquasia responded well to the intervention. Shonquasia continues to make progress towards her goals. Shonquasia stated, trusting other people, and being respectful to her mom. Shonquasia stated, get better grades, using profanity, talking back, follow rules of the house, and leaving the home without permission. Shonquasia stated, doing chores, get up for school every day, complete homework and class assignments, caring for her younger siblings when mom is at work and taking care of self. Shonquasia stated it depend on the situation. Shonquasia stated that she does like to make promises to people. Shonquasia stated, that people make promises to her and do not keep it. Shonquasia stated. that her mom make promises to her and never follow
Shonquasia responded very well to the intervention. Shonquasia actively participated in the season Shonquasia continue to make progress towards her goals. Shonquasia stated, that she cannot communicate with her mom, without it not turning into an argument. Shonquasia stated, that she tries to avoid talking with her mom. Shonquasia stated, that her mom make her feel worthless, puts her down and judge her. Shonquasia stated, fitting in, being talk about, school works, being trusted, being treated fairly, being accepted and communication. Shonquasia stated, escalation of the situation, need not being meet, feeling frustrated, blaming and being misunderstood. Shonquasia responded yes, because her mom never include her in doing thing with the family,
QP provided Maunica with a CBT activity geared towards conflict resolution. QP explained to Maunica that the activity will help her to identify the event that leads to conflict, explore the feelings associated with conflict, examined the consequences for conflict, and develop situation or compromise to resolve conflict. QP discussed with Maunica strategies for resolving conflict peacefully. QP asked Maunica to list some events or situation that can lead to conflict situation for her. QP asked Maunica to explain, what conflict resolution means. QP asked Maunica, what are some causes of violence. QP brainstormed with Maunica the consequences for violence behavior. QP asked Maunica, what alternative to violence can be used when conflict need
Shonquasia responded well to the intervention, Shonquasia continues to make progress towards her goals. Shonquasia stated, struggling to make a decision or choice and having a disagreement with another person. Shonquasia stated, created the conflict situation she had with her mom that caused her to move out for two day. Shonquasia stated that her mom never listens to her. Shonquasia stated that she is always put last in the family and that make her feel angry and frustrated with her mom. Shonquasia stated that he mom pushes her buttons. Shonquasia stated, not being able to resolve a problem, anger, being up down, peer pressure, and frustration of the situation. Shonquasia stated, compromised, walk away, mediation and be willing to forgive.
QP examined with Shonquasia, when she should seek help for her depression. QP asked Shonquasia to list the things she can do to keep mentally physical. QP examined with Shonquasia, how she respond and relate to depression. QP discussed with Shonquasia, how depression affects a person. QP provided Shonquasia with observational skills to avoid depression. QP discussed with Shonquasia identify and find healing from worries that cause depression. QP explained to Shonquasia, how negative thinking can increase depression mood. QP asked Shonquasia to list some negative thinking that keeps her in a depress mood. QP provided Shonquasia and her mom information on summer camp and summer activities. QP discussed with mom and Shonquasia the approaching of the end of IIH services. QP discussed with mom and Shonquasia the transition process of IIH services. QP ended the session by reminding Shonquasia and mom of the next scheduled
Shonquasia has reduce the number and frequency of her aggressive behavior in all setting. Since last review Shonquasia has had an recessive episode at home. Per mom Shonquasia is not applying coping skills to deal with anger and frustration. Shonquasia has not had any manic episode since starting IIH services. Shonquasia continue to have difficulty with expressing her feeling, trusting others and using coping skills for problematic situations. IIH team will continue to provide skill building interventions geared towards coping skills, verbalizing feelings and anger management
Mr. Still came into the ICM office to inform ICM that he was asked to leave Our Brother's place due to the incident he was involved in with a peer last week. He stated that he met with the director of the program and was informed that he needed to vacate the premises due to violating their non-violence policy. Mr. Still stated that he did not understand why he was asked to leave when he believed his peer was responsible for the incident. ICM explained to Mr. Still that his behavior was the direct cause of him being asked to leave Our Brother’s Place. ICM explained to Mr. Still that when residing in a shared living space, it is natural for individuals to have disagreements and conflicts; however, there are positive ways to address conflict.
QP met with Lyric and her grandmother for the first time. QP explained to them the services that will be provided. QP explained to Lyric and her grandmother that she will learning skill building activities and techniques. QP explained some of the intervention Lyric will be working towards such as learning about anger and how to identify its physical signs. Identify negative thoughts and how to replace them with more positive thinking to solve problems, Identify and use new ways of coping with difficult feelings and situations and how to communicate effectively and resolve conflicts in a healthy way. QP asked Lyric, what are some of the behaviors that she thinks she needs to work on. QP asked Lyric, how often she feel angry and frustrated. QP asked Lyric, to explain how she express her anger, what frustrates her the most in terms of your relationship with her grandmother, how do she express your anger at home, and list some of the consequences for responding to anger poorly at home.
QP engaged Maunica in participating in a CBT activity geared towards identifying elements of conflict. QP explained to Maunica that the activity will examine, analyze, understand and manage conflict. QP explained to Maunica that being able to understand conflict can lead to creative problem solving. QP asked Maunica to explain a recent conflict situation she was in. QP discussed with Maunica the elements of conflict. QP asked Maunica to list some causes of conflict. QP asked Maunica to list some consequences for conflict. QP examined with Maunica different kinds of hurtful behaviors that lead to conflict. QP helped Maunica in developing strategies for dealing with conflict situations. QP assisted Maunica in listing ways to deal with conflict.
Next, the home visitor had a “Rollipop” activity for cognitive function. HV engaged children to set up the activity. During the activity she asked open ended questions, talked about colors, shapes, and other vocabulary. She kept the conversation going that created language rich environment. In between, she mentioned about the objectives of the activity to mom. Mom was very engaged and added her input along with the HV’s input. HV encouraged and elicited responses through praise. While the activity was going on she asked questions about twins’ birthday. Children were excited to talk about the event. Mom pulled her cell phone to show HV pictures from the birthday. HV demonstrated pleasure in the family
The family has a dinner party to celebrate their trip to Hawaii. After dinner, mom and dad get into a fight. It started when Amber and her dad were clearing the table and washing the dishes. Mom was mad because Dad didn’t say anything in response to his friend’s views. She explained that the whole point of the dinner party was to see what the important people of the government were thinking, so he could “SERVE HIS LEADERSHIP PROPERLY”. A few days later, Amber begins to worry about going on the