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SOCW 6311 WK 7 responses
Respond to at least two colleagues each one has to be answered
separately name first then response and references after each
Respond
to at least two colleagues
by doing all of the following
:
Offer critiques of their logic model as if you were a member
of their work groups.
Identify strengths of the logic models.
Identify potential weaknesses in the assumptions or areas
that may require additional information or clarification.
Offer substantial information to assist your colleagues’
efforts such as:
Information to support their understanding of the problems
and needs in this population
Suggestions related to intervention activities, and potential
outcomes
Instructor wants laid out like this:
Offer critiques of their logic model as if you were a member of
their work groups.
Your response
Identify strengths of the logic models.
Your response
Identify potential weaknesses in the assumptions or areas that
may require additional information or clarification.
Your response
Offer substantial information to assist your colleagues’ efforts
such as:
Information to support their understanding of the problems and
needs in this population
Your response
Suggestions related to intervention activities, and potential
outcomes
Your response
References
Your response
PEER 1
Cedric Brown
RE: Discussion - Week 7
Top of Form
Post a logic model and theory of change for a practitioner-level
intervention.
Children/Students with substance abuse issues
Input steps
Identify substance abuse with teen that caused the child to
get kicked out of school.
Provide family and caregivers appropriate materials that is
needed for dealing with someone who has substance abuse
issues.
Program activities
Provides substance abuse classes for the child as well as
classes for the parents to know how to cope with them.
Output steps
Have all parties involved attend all of the required meetings
that are provided by the program.
Initial outcomes
Both the parents and the client will be knowledgeable about
the dangers and how to deal with the individual who suffers
from substance abuse.
Intermediate outcomes
Parents are knowledgeable about behaviors and tendencies of
the client.
The client who suffers from substance abuse will know the
effects of drug use.
The client will abstain from drug use.
Long-term outcomes
Client will not participate in any illegal drug use.
Client will have a healthy and high quality of life
(Randolph, 2010).
Describe the types of problems, the client needs, and the
underlying causes of problems and unmet needs.
The problem that the teen faces is that they have been kicked
out of school for drug use. The client’s needs are that they feel
like they are not important and found a crowd that they felt like
they belonged to and started to use drugs. Some of the unmet
needs that they have are not feeling accepted, loved, or that they
belong.
Identify the short- and long-term outcomes that you think would
represent an improved condition.
Short-term outcomes that would represent an improved
condition are the client acknowledging that they have a problem
and are willing to seek help. Also, the willingness to accept the
services being provided to them. A long-term outcome that
would represent an improved condition is no more use of any
illegal substance going forward.
Then describe interventions that would lead to a change in the
presenting conditions.
An intervention that would fit this client and their family is
Family Behavior Therapy (FBT). FBT is an evidence-based
treatment option where family members are taught to use
behavioral strategies to learn new skills to improve their home
environment (Family-Based Approaches, n.d.). During the
treatment, all parties involved set goals for behavior for
preventing substance use and reducing risky behaviors. Goals
are rewarded at each session as an incentive to continue on the
right path (Family-Based Approaches, n.d.).
Cedric
Reference
Family-Based Approaches (n.d.). https://www.drugabuse.gov
Randolph, K.A. (2010). Logic Models. In B. Thyer (Ed.), The
handbook of social work research
methods (2nd ed., pp. 547-562). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
(PDF)
Bottom of Form
Peer 2
McKenna Bull
RE: Discussion - Week 7
Top of Form
Randolph (2010) suggests that logic models are diagrams of the
relationship between a need that a program is designed to
address and the actions or interventions taken to address the
need and achieve program outcomes (p. 547). This type of
model can help practitioners to better understand how various
components of a program are intertwined, and connected, and
how these components may potentially aid in achieving program
goals/outcomes.
Describe the types of problems, the client needs, and the
underlying causes of problems and unmet needs.
The primary population for this particular logic model will be
adolescent females within a residential treatment center. The
presenting problem for this particular population presents as
poor emotion regulation, and lack of impulse control. This
problem presents in a number of different ways depending on
the client and various particulars with their history. Some of the
ways in which this lack of emotion regulation and lack of
impulse control presents may include: verbal aggression,
physical aggression, self-harm, isolation, homicidal ideation,
suicidal ideation, etc. Though the presentation varies from
individual to individual, it seems that there is often one variable
that is common amongst each of the girls. This factor is trauma,
and having experienced trauma.
It could be that a need of this population is to be in a stable,
safe environment. Many of these adolescents hail from less than
savvy home environments, and often times these home
environments exposed them to high levels of traumatic events,
or could be the source of the emotion dysregulation. Another
need could be to learn coping skills and techniques to help them
manage their emotions and impulses more appropriately. It
seems that many of these adolescents have not had the chance to
learn a number of pro-social behaviors, and coping skills that
many other children/adolescents have learned in their youth.
Finally, it seems that a need of the client population may be
receiving a therapeutically sounds, evidence-based treatment to
help them overcome their trauma.
It appears that a primary underlying cause of the problem could
be trauma itself. Much of the dysregulation and impulsivity
seems to be a result of trauma experienced at a younger age.
Identify the short- and long-term outcomes that you think would
represent an improved condition.
Short-term outcomes are those client changes or benefits that
are most immediately associated with the program’s outputs
(Randolph, 2020, p. 550). In this case, some of the short-term
outcomes that may represent an improved condition amongst
this population could be things such as: (1) improved emotion
regulation and impulse control as evidenced by less incidents of
self-harm, verbal aggression, physical aggression, decreased
thoughts of homicide or suicide, etc., (2) increased levels of
engagement in school, therapy, peer interactions, and (3) ability
to communicate emotions and feelings in an appropriate, pro-
social manner.
Long-term outcomes are also referred to as program impacts or
program goals (Randolph, 2010, p. 550). Long-term outcomes
for this population may be reflected as follows: (1) maintained
ability to regulate emotions and manage impulses (similar
evidence as before), and (2) the ability to function and engage
in society, maintain employment, be self-sufficient, and engage
in appropriate relationships with partners, friends, and family.
Then describe interventions that would lead to a change in the
presenting conditions.
The intervention identified for this population could be a
combination of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and
prolonged exposure (PE). Lang et al. (2018) suggests that
DBT’s skills, modalities and commitment strategies make it
effective for stabilizing high-risk behaviors and possibly even
unstable home environments, addressing generalized difficulties
with interpersonal functioning and emotion regulation, but it
does not necessarily address trauma. For trauma, this same
study suggests utilizing PE as a treatment modality in
congruence with DBT. Both DBT and PE have been proven
effective in treating adolescents. It has been suggested that the
integration of DBT and PE to treat adolescents who have
experienced trauma, are presenting with high-risk behaviors,
and emotion dysregulation could be of great benefit to this ever
growing population (Lang et al., 2018, p. 416). Based on the
identified problem(s), needs of the population, underlying
factors, and desired outcomes, it seems that this DBT-PE
approach could prove useful in providing adequate care to these
young girls.
References (Be sure to search for and cite resources that inform
your views).
Lang, C. M., Edwards, A. J., Mittler, M. A., & Bonavitacola, L.
(2018). Dialectical behavior therapy with prolonged exposure
for adolescents: Rationale and review of the research. Cognitive
and Behavioral Practice, 25(3), 416–426. https://doi-
org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1016/j.cbpra.2017.12.005
Randolph, K. A. (2010). Logic models. In B. Thyer (Ed.),
The handbook of social work research methods
(2nd ed., pp. 547-562). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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  • 1. SOCW 6311 WK 7 responses Respond to at least two colleagues each one has to be answered separately name first then response and references after each Respond to at least two colleagues by doing all of the following : Offer critiques of their logic model as if you were a member of their work groups. Identify strengths of the logic models. Identify potential weaknesses in the assumptions or areas that may require additional information or clarification. Offer substantial information to assist your colleagues’ efforts such as: Information to support their understanding of the problems and needs in this population Suggestions related to intervention activities, and potential outcomes
  • 2. Instructor wants laid out like this: Offer critiques of their logic model as if you were a member of their work groups. Your response Identify strengths of the logic models. Your response Identify potential weaknesses in the assumptions or areas that may require additional information or clarification. Your response Offer substantial information to assist your colleagues’ efforts such as: Information to support their understanding of the problems and needs in this population Your response Suggestions related to intervention activities, and potential outcomes Your response References Your response
  • 3. PEER 1 Cedric Brown RE: Discussion - Week 7 Top of Form Post a logic model and theory of change for a practitioner-level intervention. Children/Students with substance abuse issues Input steps Identify substance abuse with teen that caused the child to get kicked out of school. Provide family and caregivers appropriate materials that is needed for dealing with someone who has substance abuse issues. Program activities Provides substance abuse classes for the child as well as classes for the parents to know how to cope with them. Output steps Have all parties involved attend all of the required meetings
  • 4. that are provided by the program. Initial outcomes Both the parents and the client will be knowledgeable about the dangers and how to deal with the individual who suffers from substance abuse. Intermediate outcomes Parents are knowledgeable about behaviors and tendencies of the client. The client who suffers from substance abuse will know the effects of drug use. The client will abstain from drug use. Long-term outcomes Client will not participate in any illegal drug use. Client will have a healthy and high quality of life (Randolph, 2010). Describe the types of problems, the client needs, and the underlying causes of problems and unmet needs. The problem that the teen faces is that they have been kicked
  • 5. out of school for drug use. The client’s needs are that they feel like they are not important and found a crowd that they felt like they belonged to and started to use drugs. Some of the unmet needs that they have are not feeling accepted, loved, or that they belong. Identify the short- and long-term outcomes that you think would represent an improved condition. Short-term outcomes that would represent an improved condition are the client acknowledging that they have a problem and are willing to seek help. Also, the willingness to accept the services being provided to them. A long-term outcome that would represent an improved condition is no more use of any illegal substance going forward. Then describe interventions that would lead to a change in the presenting conditions. An intervention that would fit this client and their family is Family Behavior Therapy (FBT). FBT is an evidence-based treatment option where family members are taught to use behavioral strategies to learn new skills to improve their home environment (Family-Based Approaches, n.d.). During the treatment, all parties involved set goals for behavior for preventing substance use and reducing risky behaviors. Goals are rewarded at each session as an incentive to continue on the right path (Family-Based Approaches, n.d.). Cedric Reference Family-Based Approaches (n.d.). https://www.drugabuse.gov Randolph, K.A. (2010). Logic Models. In B. Thyer (Ed.), The
  • 6. handbook of social work research methods (2nd ed., pp. 547-562). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. (PDF) Bottom of Form Peer 2 McKenna Bull RE: Discussion - Week 7 Top of Form Randolph (2010) suggests that logic models are diagrams of the relationship between a need that a program is designed to address and the actions or interventions taken to address the need and achieve program outcomes (p. 547). This type of model can help practitioners to better understand how various components of a program are intertwined, and connected, and how these components may potentially aid in achieving program goals/outcomes. Describe the types of problems, the client needs, and the underlying causes of problems and unmet needs. The primary population for this particular logic model will be adolescent females within a residential treatment center. The presenting problem for this particular population presents as poor emotion regulation, and lack of impulse control. This problem presents in a number of different ways depending on the client and various particulars with their history. Some of the ways in which this lack of emotion regulation and lack of impulse control presents may include: verbal aggression,
  • 7. physical aggression, self-harm, isolation, homicidal ideation, suicidal ideation, etc. Though the presentation varies from individual to individual, it seems that there is often one variable that is common amongst each of the girls. This factor is trauma, and having experienced trauma. It could be that a need of this population is to be in a stable, safe environment. Many of these adolescents hail from less than savvy home environments, and often times these home environments exposed them to high levels of traumatic events, or could be the source of the emotion dysregulation. Another need could be to learn coping skills and techniques to help them manage their emotions and impulses more appropriately. It seems that many of these adolescents have not had the chance to learn a number of pro-social behaviors, and coping skills that many other children/adolescents have learned in their youth. Finally, it seems that a need of the client population may be receiving a therapeutically sounds, evidence-based treatment to help them overcome their trauma. It appears that a primary underlying cause of the problem could be trauma itself. Much of the dysregulation and impulsivity seems to be a result of trauma experienced at a younger age. Identify the short- and long-term outcomes that you think would represent an improved condition. Short-term outcomes are those client changes or benefits that are most immediately associated with the program’s outputs (Randolph, 2020, p. 550). In this case, some of the short-term outcomes that may represent an improved condition amongst this population could be things such as: (1) improved emotion regulation and impulse control as evidenced by less incidents of self-harm, verbal aggression, physical aggression, decreased thoughts of homicide or suicide, etc., (2) increased levels of engagement in school, therapy, peer interactions, and (3) ability
  • 8. to communicate emotions and feelings in an appropriate, pro- social manner. Long-term outcomes are also referred to as program impacts or program goals (Randolph, 2010, p. 550). Long-term outcomes for this population may be reflected as follows: (1) maintained ability to regulate emotions and manage impulses (similar evidence as before), and (2) the ability to function and engage in society, maintain employment, be self-sufficient, and engage in appropriate relationships with partners, friends, and family. Then describe interventions that would lead to a change in the presenting conditions. The intervention identified for this population could be a combination of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and prolonged exposure (PE). Lang et al. (2018) suggests that DBT’s skills, modalities and commitment strategies make it effective for stabilizing high-risk behaviors and possibly even unstable home environments, addressing generalized difficulties with interpersonal functioning and emotion regulation, but it does not necessarily address trauma. For trauma, this same study suggests utilizing PE as a treatment modality in congruence with DBT. Both DBT and PE have been proven effective in treating adolescents. It has been suggested that the integration of DBT and PE to treat adolescents who have experienced trauma, are presenting with high-risk behaviors, and emotion dysregulation could be of great benefit to this ever growing population (Lang et al., 2018, p. 416). Based on the identified problem(s), needs of the population, underlying factors, and desired outcomes, it seems that this DBT-PE approach could prove useful in providing adequate care to these young girls. References (Be sure to search for and cite resources that inform your views).
  • 9. Lang, C. M., Edwards, A. J., Mittler, M. A., & Bonavitacola, L. (2018). Dialectical behavior therapy with prolonged exposure for adolescents: Rationale and review of the research. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 25(3), 416–426. https://doi- org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1016/j.cbpra.2017.12.005 Randolph, K. A. (2010). Logic models. In B. Thyer (Ed.), The handbook of social work research methods (2nd ed., pp. 547-562). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.