Organize client information to paint a picture of their present

For this assignment, Organize client information to paint a picture of their present intersectionality. Develop a statement of the presenting problem.

Organize client information to paint a picture of their present

For this assignment, complete the following:

Firstly, Organize client information to paint a picture of their present intersectionality.

Secondly, Develop a statement of the presenting problem.

Thirdly, Identify and discuss the key components of the theory you selected to apply to your chosen case study (Levi, Tommy, or Hofsa).

Fourthly, Component examples include psychoanalytic, behavioural, cognitive, person-centered, and feminist and gender sensitive theories, systemic, et cetera.

Furthermore, Evaluate the theory you have chosen.

Moreover, Explain why the theory is select ed to analyse your chosen case.

Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of your selected theory, using academic resources to support your position.

Evaluate how cultural competence application to your selected theory.

Describe at least one implication of the theory as it relates to human behaviour and development for your chosen case study of Levi, Tommy, or Hofsa.

Tommy, a 22-year-old, has just returned from a tour of duty in Iraq. During his time there, he was nearly kill ed by an IED that was involv ed in destroying his vehicle and kill ed two others. Tommy was in the hospital for a concussion after the accident, and was never able to return to his unit. He is in marriage and has a two-year-old daughter. Since returning, Tommy has been going to bars during the day and often drinking until passing out at home during the evenings. His wife, Angie, is extremely alarmed, not only for Tommy but for herself and their child, as Tommy gets very angry at times.

More details on the assignment:

What is the theory of intersectionality?
In other words, intersectional theory asserts that people are often disadvantaged by multiple sources of oppression: their race, class, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, and other identity markers.