Category: Part E

art/final paper : Deadline: 8:00 AM Monday, March 1. May be submitted any time prior to the deadline.  Overview This  assignment requires you to identify, describe, and analyze some work of  visual art significant to your location or some place you have lived  previously.  The  format of the assignment must be typed and double-spaced, must  correspond with the list of questions below, and be submitted through the link below.  The length is determined by thoroughly responding to each question.  The final word count is not likely to be fewer than 500 words. Topic Pick any interesting work of art in the region where you currently live, or some place you have lived in the past.  “Region” can mean something like a state, the South, a country, an area where they speak a common language or share a common culture, etc.  In other words, it’s fairly broadly defined. The work you choose should be available for the public to see.  It can be a work in a museum or gallery, a significant work of architecture, or a public monument. This excludes movies and video, unless video is incorporated into a publicly viewed art installation.   The project must be in your own words.  The first part is the only one that invites you to look up information.  Everything else should reflect your own thought process. “Art”  is understood as coming from human imagination and craft.  In other  words, do not choose natural objects that have no application of human  skill. Questions Your paper should clearly distinguish your answers.  It is fine to simply number your responses, and add nothing that does not belong in that section. 1. What work have you chosen and where is it?  How old is it?  Who is responsible for it?  Provide relevant details about the medium/materials.  Say exactly what sources were used for this information. 2. Provide a detailed description of the work.  Assume your reader has not seen it, and you are trying to recreate it in their minds as accurately as possible. 3. Explain why you were drawn to this work. 4. Provide an analysis of the work.  This should include a thesis statement and illustration or evidence to support that statement.  This should be your longest answer.  An analysis can be many things.  Sometimes  it is looking for some meaning in the work (what is someone trying to  say?), but it might also be a process of looking at how parts make up a  whole.  It might  be a matter of looking at the larger context, how the work reflects the  culture or historical period it belongs to (or contradicts those).  It can also be viewed within the context of an artist’s other works. If you find it easiest to compare the work to something appropriate, that is often a useful technique for building an analysis. Criteria These will be graded on the following: 1. Organization – the paper should be logically arranged according to the questions provided, with each section well-structured.  2. Development – each section should have sufficient and relevant detail and thought. 3.  Clarity – I look at all elements of writing, so the paper should show  attention to details like sentence structure, editing, formatting,  punctuation, word choice, and tone. 4.  Subject Matter – the subject of your paper is up to you within the  boundaries described, but its significance and depth will help produce a  fully developed paper.  No credit will be given to plagiarized work.  See plagiarism statement.

Deadline: 8:00 AM Monday, March 1.
May be submitted any time prior to the deadline. 
Overview
This  assignment requires you to identify, describe, and analyze some work of  visual art significant to your location or some place you have lived  previously.  The  format of the assignment must be typed and double-spaced, must  correspond with the list of questions below, and be submitted through the link below.  The length is determined by thoroughly responding to each question.  The final word count is not likely to be fewer than 500 words.
Topic
Pick any interesting work of art in the region where you currently live, or some place you have lived in the past.  “Region” can mean something like a state, the South, a country, an area where they speak a common language or share a common culture, etc.  In other words, it’s fairly broadly defined.
The work you choose should be available for the public to see.  It can be a work in a museum or gallery, a significant work of architecture, or a public monument. This excludes movies and video, unless video is incorporated into a publicly viewed art installation.  

The project must be in your own words.  The first part is the only one that invites you to look up information.  Everything else should reflect your own thought process.
“Art”  is understood as coming from human imagination and craft.  In other  words, do not choose natural objects that have no application of human  skill.
Questions
Your paper should clearly distinguish your answers.  It is fine to simply number your responses, and add nothing that does not belong in that section.
1. What work have you chosen and where is it?  How old is it?  Who is responsible for it?  Provide relevant details about the medium/materials.  Say exactly what sources were used for this information.
2. Provide a detailed description of the work.  Assume your reader has not seen it, and you are trying to recreate it in their minds as accurately as possible.
3. Explain why you were drawn to this work.
4. Provide an analysis of the work.  This should include a thesis statement and illustration or evidence to support that statement.  This should be your longest answer. 
An analysis can be many things.  Sometimes  it is looking for some meaning in the work (what is someone trying to  say?), but it might also be a process of looking at how parts make up a  whole.  It might  be a matter of looking at the larger context, how the work reflects the  culture or historical period it belongs to (or contradicts those).  It can also be viewed within the context of an artist’s other works.

If you find it easiest to compare the work to something appropriate, that is often a useful technique for building an analysis.
Criteria
These will be graded on the following:
1. Organization – the paper should be logically arranged according to the questions provided, with each section well-structured. 
2. Development – each section should have sufficient and relevant detail and thought.

3.  Clarity – I look at all elements of writing, so the paper should show  attention to details like sentence structure, editing, formatting,  punctuation, word choice, and tone.
4.  Subject Matter – the subject of your paper is up to you within the  boundaries described, but its significance and depth will help produce a  fully developed paper. 

No credit will be given to plagiarized work.  See plagiarism statement.

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Fundamentals Of Electronic Health Records – Information Systems Worksheet : Assignment Content Part A Complete the Information Systems Worksheet. Using complete sentences, define, describe, and provide an example of each term in the table within the worksheet. Use your textbooks or an outside source as references.   Cite any outside sources. Part B Write a 150- to 350-word response to each of the following questions based on this week’s readings and your personal experience. Use your own words and provide examples to support your answers.   What is the difference between computer hardware and software?   Why is the use of information systems in health care important? Explain your answer.   Cite any references to support your assignment. Format your assignment according to APA guidelines.

Assignment Content

Part A

Complete the Information Systems Worksheet.

Using complete sentences, define, describe, and provide an example of each term in the table within the worksheet. Use your textbooks or an outside source as references.  

Cite any outside sources.

Part B

Write a 150- to 350-word response to each of the following questions based on this week’s readings and your personal experience. Use your own words and provide examples to support your answers.  

What is the difference between computer hardware and software?  
Why is the use of information systems in health care important? Explain your answer.  
Cite any references to support your assignment.

Format your assignment according to APA guidelines.

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Counseling Case Studies Project : General Instructions  Most of you will have never worked in a therapy session with a client or clients. There is no way to prepare you for that experience unless you begin to think as if you were in that situation. Theories are important to know, but how you will implement the constructs of the theories is so much more crucial. Using the two scenarios below, complete a treatment plan for each one. When you are finished, you should have two completed treatment plans. There are no exact answers because each treatment plan could be approached from dozens of directions. Your outline should be consistent from top to bottom as you think about each scenario. For example, if you state in the beginning of the treatment plan that the client(s)’ presenting issue is depression, then, at the bottom of the outline you should not state that you will be seeing that person once a month. For 99% of the population being treated for depression, once a month would be of very little help.  Make sure that you use the template below and fill in all the required information. Keep in mind that, even though there might be three or four blanks for you to provide information, you might need less or more blanks to fill in the information that you think is necessary.          Note: If specific information is not provided in the scenarios below, you can devise the information if it stays consistent with the other facts. For example, in Scenario #1, you can presume that the client has a Catholic background or a Protestant background; you can presume ethnicity if you deem it relevant. Scenario for Treatment Plan #1  A family comes to your practice for help. Here is the following information that is collected during their intake. Mom and Dad have been married for twenty years. They have a middle-class income. Mom works twenty hours per week as a para-legal. Dad is a college professor at the local four-year institution. They have three children. The oldest is a 16-year-old girl. She is a straight A student, and she is well liked at her school and the family’s church. She does not play any sports. Her hobbies are reading, art, and theatre club at the school. She just received her driver’s license about three months ago. It is rare that she is ever in trouble and in need of discipline for breaking family or school rules. The second child is 12-year-old male. This young man seems to find trouble any where he goes during the day. He struggles in school, but the teachers state he is fully capable of completing the work; he just refuses to do the work. He is defiant at school and at home. He spends most of his time defying authority figures who are left in charge of him each day. He can go for days without getting in trouble and then he could go a week getting in trouble every day. Even when he is presented with a “video” of his infraction, he will sit and deny it. He never claims that anything is his fault. He has been known to get into fights at school and even with his older sister. The older sister never fights back. She tries to get away from him rather than engage. He will intentionally break a rule at home and blame it on his older sister or younger brother. Spanking him only makes him madder and more out of control. Time-out ruins everyone’s night because he sits in time-out and verbally says things to bother the rest of the household. The only person he has never shown the behavior is his grandmother on his mother’s side.  The third child is a 10- year-old boy. The boy is identical to the older sibling. He makes good grades and he is well liked by others. He does show some of the “baby of the family” traits. For example, when his older brother picks on him, he immediately cries and screams for his mother.  I. Presenting Symptoms/Issues (i.e., Anxiety, Depression, etc.) (Spaces are provided for three symptoms or issues, but you may have less or add more, if needed.) A. B. C. II. Information that Supports Item I. (How did you arrive at the above conclusions? Again, you may have less or more information here.) A. B. C. D. III.  Treatment Theoretical Approach(es): Identify and discuss the major theory(ies) that  you, as the counselor, would use to work with the individual/family and give a rationale  for choosing it/them (Adlerian, Gestalt, Existential, Family, etc.). The approach can be  eclectic, a combination of theoretical approaches. IV. Treatment Modalities (i.e., Specify Group, Family, Couple, Individual—make sure that  your choice of treatment modalities correlates with what you going to do with the  individuals in the scenario.)  A. B. C. V. Reasons for the Chosen Modalities in Item IV A. B. C. VI. Frequency of Sessions for Each Modality in Item IV A. B. C. VII. Measurable Treatment Goals (Be sure to state these using action verbs. For example, “The client(s) will be able to identify, discuss, describe, etc.”) A. B. C. D. VIII. Techniques from Theoretical Approaches: Identify and discuss the techniques from the theoretical approach(es) (e.g., reframing, empty chair, etc.) to be used with the situation in the scenario. These should be directly related to Item III. IX. Frequency for Evaluating Each Goal  A. B. C. D. X. How will Progress be Defined? [What will you be looking for regarding progress with your client(s)?] A. B. C. D.    Scenario for Case Study #2 A couple enter for their intake regarding pre-marital counseling. They have been dating for approximately fifteen months. They are wanting to get married; however, they are concerned with several issues. The woman has been married twice before. She has one child with each of her past ex-husbands. She has an eight-year-old girl and a four-year-old boy. The man has been married once before. He has one child, a boy, age 13.  Both woman’s ex-husbands play a large role in the children’s lives. However, the man’s ex-wife has nothing to do with her son. The woman receives a large alimony check that she would lose if she re-marries. This is a concern since she does not work outside the home. The man has a good job, but they would be living on a tight budget without her alimony check each month. They have discussed living together, but, if it is proven that they are cohabitating, she would still lose the alimony. The children have not met each other at this point. The woman’s ex-husbands are not aware that she has been in a serious relationship.  The 13-year-old boy has been in trouble with the juvenile court system for inappropriately touching girls at school. The last episode was six months ago. He has been in counseling for over one year. The man has not told the woman of his son’s issues.  Again, they have come in for pre-marital counseling and how they should tell the children the news if they decide to marry. I. Presenting Symptoms/Issues (i.e., Anxiety, Depression, etc.) (Spaces are provided for three symptoms or issues, but you may have less or add more, if needed.) A. B. C. II. Information that Supports Item I. (How did you arrive at the above conclusions? Again, you may have less or more information here.) A. B. C. D. III.  Treatment Theoretical Approach(es): Identify and discuss the major theory(ies) that you, as the counselor, would use to work with the individual/family and give a rationale  for choosing it/them (Adlerian, Gestalt, Existential, Family, etc.). The approach can be  eclectic, a combination of theoretical approaches. IV. Treatment Modalities (i.e., Specify Group, Family, Couple, Individual—make sure that  your choice of treatment modalities correlates with what you going to do with the  individuals in the scenario.)  A. B. C. V. Reasons for the Chosen Modalities in Item IV A. B. C. VI. Frequency of Sessions for Each Modality in Item IV A. B. C. VII. Measurable Treatment Goals (Be sure to state these using action verbs. For example, “The client(s) will be able to identify, discuss, describe, etc.”) A. B. C. D. VIII. Techniques from Theoretical Approaches: Identify and discuss the techniques from the theoretical approach(es) to be used with the situation in the scenario. These should be directly related to Item III. IX. Frequency for Evaluating Each Goal (Will you evaluate after each session? …after two sessions? etc.) A. B. C. D. X. How will Progress be Defined? [What will you be looking for regarding progress with your client(s)?] A. B. C. D. Scoring Guidelines  Points available: 100.     Component  Unacceptable  Acceptable  Target    Treatment Plan #1 Categories  Responses to 1 or more categories are  missing; information is inaccurate, and   key  ideas are not well (0  points)  Responses to all 10 categories is provided, information is  accurate, but  explanations of key  ideas are vague and  not   well supported (10  points)  Responses to all 10 categories are  comprehensive,  accurate and complete; key ideas are   clearly  stated, explained, and well supported   (20 points)    Treatment Plan #1 Knowledge of theories, models, and strategies for understanding and  practicing   consultation is evident.  (CACREP 2F.5.b)  Knowledge   of theories, models, and strategies for understanding and  practicing   consultation is limited or  inaccurate;   choices are  inappropriate and/or not   supported (0 points)  Knowledge   of theories, models, and strategies for understanding and  practicing consultation   is demonstrated; choices are  appropriate, but not  well   supported (5 points)  Knowledge   of theories, models, and strategies for understanding and  practicing   consultation is evident; choices are appropriate and well supported (10   points)    Treatment Plan #1  Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and  intervention   is evident.  (CACREP 2F.5.i)  Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and intervention is limited or   inaccurate; choices are inappropriate and/or not supported (0  points)  Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and intervention is demonstrated;   choices are appropriate, but not well supported (5 points)  Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and intervention is evident; choices   are appropriate and well supported (10 points)        Component    Unacceptable    Acceptable    Target    Treatment   Plan #2 Categories  Responses to 1 or more   categories are  missing;   information is inaccurate, and key  ideas are not well (0  points)  Responses to all 10   categories is provided, information is  accurate, but  explanations of key  ideas are vague and  not well supported (10  points)  Responses   to all 10 categories are  comprehensive,  accurate   and complete; key ideas are clearly  stated,   explained, and well supported (20 points)    Treatment Plan #   2 Knowledge of theories, models, and   strategies for understanding and  practicing consultation is evident.  (CACREP 2F.5.b)  Knowledge of theories, models, and   strategies for understanding and  practicing consultation is limited or  inaccurate; choices are  inappropriate and/or not supported (0 points)  Knowledge of theories, models, and   strategies for understanding and  practicing consultation is   demonstrated; choices are  appropriate, but not  well supported (5 points)  Knowledge of theories, models, and   strategies for understanding and  practicing consultation is evident;   choices are appropriate and well supported (10 points)    Treatment   Plan #2  Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and  intervention is   evident.  (CACREP   2F.5.i)  Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and intervention is limited or   inaccurate; choices are inappropriate  and/or not supported (0 points)  Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and intervention is demonstrated;   choices  are appropriate, but not well supported   (5 points)  Knowledge of evidence-based  counseling strategies  and techniques for prevention and  intervention is evident; choices are  appropriate   and well  supported   (10 points)    Overall   Organization and Clarity  No   organizational structure; absence of  support   for main points  (0 points)  Organization   is confusing or disjointed; support is provided, but is not specific; support   is only loosely relevant to the main points (5 points)  Clear   organizational structure; ideas  sufficiently supported;  support   is sound, valid, and logical (10 points)    Professional presentation (grammar,   mechanics, spelling)  Writing involves many errors (more than   3) (0  points)    There   is some deviation from college level writing; writing  involves few errors (no more than 3) (5   points)  Graduate-level writing is used; writing   is free of all writing errors  (10   points)

General Instructions 
Most of you will have never worked in a therapy session with a client or clients. There is no way to prepare you for that experience unless you begin to think as if you were in that situation. Theories are important to know, but how you will implement the constructs of the theories is so much more crucial. Using the two scenarios below, complete a treatment plan for each one. When you are finished, you should have two completed treatment plans. There are no exact answers because each treatment plan could be approached from dozens of directions. Your outline should be consistent from top to bottom as you think about each scenario. For example, if you state in the beginning of the treatment plan that the client(s)’ presenting issue is depression, then, at the bottom of the outline you should not state that you will be seeing that person once a month. For 99% of the population being treated for depression, once a month would be of very little help.  Make sure that you use the template below and fill in all the required information.
Keep in mind that, even though there might be three or four blanks for you to provide information, you might need less or more blanks to fill in the information that you think is necessary. 
       

Note: If specific information is not provided in the scenarios below, you can devise the information if it stays consistent with the other facts. For example, in Scenario #1, you can presume that the client has a Catholic background or a Protestant background; you can presume ethnicity if you deem it relevant.
Scenario for Treatment Plan #1 

A family comes to your practice for help. Here is the following information that is collected during their intake.
Mom and Dad have been married for twenty years. They have a middle-class income. Mom works twenty hours per week as a para-legal. Dad is a college professor at the local four-year institution. They have three children. The oldest is a 16-year-old girl. She is a straight A student, and she is well liked at her school and the family’s church. She does not play any sports. Her hobbies are reading, art, and theatre club at the school. She just received her driver’s license about three months ago. It is rare that she is ever in trouble and in need of discipline for breaking family or school rules.
The second child is 12-year-old male. This young man seems to find trouble any where he goes during the day. He struggles in school, but the teachers state he is fully capable of completing the work; he just refuses to do the work. He is defiant at school and at home. He spends most of his time defying authority figures who are left in charge of him each day. He can go for days without getting in trouble and then he could go a week getting in trouble every day. Even when he is presented with a “video” of his infraction, he will sit and deny it. He never claims that anything is his fault. He has been known to get into fights at school and even with his older sister. The older sister never fights back. She tries to get away from him rather than engage. He will intentionally break a rule at home and blame it on his older sister or younger brother. Spanking him only makes him madder and more out of control. Time-out ruins everyone’s night because he sits in time-out and verbally says things to bother the rest of the household. The only person he has never shown the behavior is his grandmother on his mother’s side. 
The third child is a 10- year-old boy. The boy is identical to the older sibling. He makes good grades and he is well liked by others. He does show some of the “baby of the family” traits. For example, when his older brother picks on him, he immediately cries and screams for his mother. 
I. Presenting Symptoms/Issues (i.e., Anxiety, Depression, etc.) (Spaces are provided for three symptoms or issues, but you may have less or add more, if needed.)
A.
B.
C.
II. Information that Supports Item I. (How did you arrive at the above conclusions? Again, you may have less or more information here.)
A.
B.
C.
D.
III.  Treatment Theoretical Approach(es): Identify and discuss the major theory(ies) that 
you, as the counselor, would use to work with the individual/family and give a rationale 
for choosing it/them (Adlerian, Gestalt, Existential, Family, etc.). The approach can be 
eclectic, a combination of theoretical approaches.
IV. Treatment Modalities (i.e., Specify Group, Family, Couple, Individual—make sure that 
your choice of treatment modalities correlates with what you going to do with the 
individuals in the scenario.) 
A.
B.
C.
V. Reasons for the Chosen Modalities in Item IV
A.
B.
C.
VI. Frequency of Sessions for Each Modality in Item IV
A.
B.
C.
VII. Measurable Treatment Goals (Be sure to state these using action verbs. For example,
“The client(s) will be able to identify, discuss, describe, etc.”)
A.
B.
C.
D.
VIII. Techniques from Theoretical Approaches: Identify and discuss the techniques from the theoretical approach(es) (e.g., reframing, empty chair, etc.) to be used with the situation in the scenario. These should be directly related to Item III.
IX. Frequency for Evaluating Each Goal 
A.
B.
C.
D.
X. How will Progress be Defined? [What will you be looking for regarding progress with
your client(s)?]
A.
B.
C.
D.
  
Scenario for Case Study #2
A couple enter for their intake regarding pre-marital counseling. They have been dating for approximately fifteen months. They are wanting to get married; however, they are concerned with several issues. The woman has been married twice before. She has one child with each of her past ex-husbands. She has an eight-year-old girl and a four-year-old boy. The man has been married once before. He has one child, a boy, age 13. 
Both woman’s ex-husbands play a large role in the children’s lives. However, the man’s ex-wife has nothing to do with her son. The woman receives a large alimony check that she would lose if she re-marries. This is a concern since she does not work outside the home. The man has a good job, but they would be living on a tight budget without her alimony check each month. They have discussed living together, but, if it is proven that they are cohabitating, she would still lose the alimony. The children have not met each other at this point. The woman’s ex-husbands are not aware that she has been in a serious relationship. 
The 13-year-old boy has been in trouble with the juvenile court system for inappropriately touching girls at school. The last episode was six months ago. He has been in counseling for over one year. The man has not told the woman of his son’s issues. 
Again, they have come in for pre-marital counseling and how they should tell the children the news if they decide to marry.
I. Presenting Symptoms/Issues (i.e., Anxiety, Depression, etc.) (Spaces are provided for three symptoms or issues, but you may have less or add more, if needed.)
A.
B.
C.
II. Information that Supports Item I. (How did you arrive at the above conclusions? Again, you may have less or more information here.)
A.
B.
C.
D.
III.  Treatment Theoretical Approach(es): Identify and discuss the major theory(ies) that
you, as the counselor, would use to work with the individual/family and give a rationale 
for choosing it/them (Adlerian, Gestalt, Existential, Family, etc.). The approach can be 
eclectic, a combination of theoretical approaches.
IV. Treatment Modalities (i.e., Specify Group, Family, Couple, Individual—make sure that 
your choice of treatment modalities correlates with what you going to do with the 
individuals in the scenario.) 
A.
B.
C.
V. Reasons for the Chosen Modalities in Item IV
A.
B.
C.
VI. Frequency of Sessions for Each Modality in Item IV
A.
B.
C.
VII. Measurable Treatment Goals (Be sure to state these using action verbs. For example,
“The client(s) will be able to identify, discuss, describe, etc.”)
A.
B.
C.
D.
VIII. Techniques from Theoretical Approaches: Identify and discuss the techniques from the theoretical approach(es) to be used with the situation in the scenario. These should be directly related to Item III.
IX. Frequency for Evaluating Each Goal (Will you evaluate after each session? …after
two sessions? etc.)
A.
B.
C.
D.
X. How will Progress be Defined? [What will you be looking for regarding progress with
your client(s)?]
A.
B.
C.
D.
Scoring Guidelines 

Points available: 100. 
  
Component 

Unacceptable 

Acceptable 

Target 
 
Treatment Plan #1 Categories 

Responses to 1 or more categories are 
missing; information is inaccurate, and   key 
ideas are not well (0 
points) 

Responses to all 10 categories is provided, information is 
accurate, but 
explanations of key 
ideas are vague and 
not   well supported (10 
points) 

Responses to all 10 categories are 
comprehensive, 
accurate and complete; key ideas are   clearly 
stated, explained, and well supported   (20 points) 
 
Treatment Plan #1 Knowledge of theories, models, and strategies for understanding and 
practicing   consultation is evident. 
(CACREP 2F.5.b) 

Knowledge   of theories, models, and strategies for understanding and 
practicing   consultation is limited or 
inaccurate;   choices are 
inappropriate and/or not   supported (0 points) 

Knowledge   of theories, models, and strategies for understanding and 
practicing consultation   is demonstrated; choices are 
appropriate, but not 
well   supported (5 points) 

Knowledge   of theories, models, and strategies for understanding and 
practicing   consultation is evident; choices are appropriate and well supported (10   points) 
 
Treatment Plan #1 
Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and 
intervention   is evident. 
(CACREP 2F.5.i) 

Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and intervention is limited or   inaccurate; choices are inappropriate and/or not supported (0 
points) 

Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and intervention is demonstrated;   choices are appropriate, but not well supported (5 points) 

Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and intervention is evident; choices   are appropriate and well supported (10 points) 
  
  
Component   

Unacceptable   

Acceptable   

Target 
 
Treatment   Plan #2 Categories 

Responses to 1 or more   categories are 
missing;   information is inaccurate, and key 
ideas are not well (0 
points) 

Responses to all 10   categories is provided, information is 
accurate, but 
explanations of key 
ideas are vague and 
not well supported (10 
points) 

Responses   to all 10 categories are 
comprehensive, 
accurate   and complete; key ideas are clearly 
stated,   explained, and well supported (20 points) 
 
Treatment Plan #   2 Knowledge of theories, models, and   strategies for understanding and 
practicing consultation is evident. 
(CACREP 2F.5.b) 

Knowledge of theories, models, and   strategies for understanding and 
practicing consultation is limited or 
inaccurate; choices are 
inappropriate and/or not supported (0 points) 

Knowledge of theories, models, and   strategies for understanding and 
practicing consultation is   demonstrated; choices are 
appropriate, but not 
well supported (5 points) 

Knowledge of theories, models, and   strategies for understanding and 
practicing consultation is evident;   choices are appropriate and well supported (10 points) 
 
Treatment   Plan #2 
Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and 
intervention is   evident. 
(CACREP   2F.5.i) 

Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and intervention is limited or   inaccurate; choices are inappropriate 
and/or not supported (0 points) 

Knowledge of evidence-based counseling   strategies and techniques for prevention and intervention is demonstrated;   choices 
are appropriate, but not well supported   (5 points) 

Knowledge of evidence-based 
counseling strategies 
and techniques for prevention and 
intervention is evident; choices are 
appropriate   and well 
supported   (10 points) 
 
Overall   Organization and Clarity 

No   organizational structure; absence of 
support   for main points 
(0 points) 

Organization   is confusing or disjointed; support is provided, but is not specific; support   is only loosely relevant to the main points (5 points) 

Clear   organizational structure; ideas 
sufficiently supported; 
support   is sound, valid, and logical (10 points) 
 
Professional presentation (grammar,   mechanics, spelling) 

Writing involves many errors (more than   3) (0 
points)   

There   is some deviation from college level writing; writing 
involves few errors (no more than 3) (5   points) 

Graduate-level writing is used; writing   is free of all writing errors 
(10   points)

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