Document a stressor or problem from a scenario discussion

This is a paper that is focusing on the student to document a stressor or problem from a scenario discussion. The paper also provides additional information to use in the writing of the assignment paper. Below is the assessment description to follow:

Document a stressor or problem from a scenario discussion

Instructions

Review the fictitious case study below. Based on this scenario, complete the following:

Document a stressor or problem the client discussed in the scenario.
Using CBT as your evidence-based practice model, plan one intervention that could help your client with her stressor.
Clearly articulate why you chose this particular intervention and the CBT concept(s) that support your choice.

Document a stressor or problem from a scenario discussion

Case Study:

Hannah Johnson is a 24-year-old Caucasian female who was referral to you for outpatient therapy by her primary care physician. Hannah sought treatment from her physician for symptoms of depression and anxiety following an intense argument with her boyfriend of 6 months, which caused him to break-up with her. She informed her physician that she has been having panic attacks daily for the last five days since the break-up. She also stated that she had called into work “sick” each day because she had no motivation, felt “hopeless,” had insomnia nightly, and could not stop crying. Hannah denied feeling suicidal.

Hannah asked her physician for medication to “make the pain go away.” Her physician prescribed her seven pills of .5mg Xanax to take at night, as needed, with no refills. She was told by her physician that what she really needed was therapy to help her address her depression and anxiety and that a quick fix from a medication would not be a long-term solution.

Her physician had seen her request medication numerous times “to make the pain go away” when she was facing the ending of a relationship. At her intake session with you, Hannah disclosed that she had a history of failed romantic relationships and “hated” being single. She described herself as “a romantic” and “fell in love easily,” but her relationships never lasted more than six months. She described her past relationships as “exciting and intense at first” but full of drama as the excitement wore off. Also, she also stated she felt extremely anxious, abandoned, and depressed when her relationships ended.

Support your assignment with at least three scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including seminal articles, may be included.

Length: 3-5 pages, not including title and reference pages