Gray's Case Study

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In regard to Gray’s environment influencing his conduct and his determination –reaching his mother played an important part, her non-ability of being responsible for Hillary and Gray left him hopeless. Referable to the fact that they were inadequate and his mother did not appear to be doing anything about the financial standing or encourage Gray to remain in school and try to perform the best that he can. Furthermore, the fact that his mother brought home random “new boyfriends” in a drunken way, was very troublesome for him. In light of, Gray’s relationship with his sister Hillary, who was eleven- year-olds, they were not close to his due to the age difference nonetheless, they stuck up for each other. This was a means of expressing …show more content…
In the same fashion, Gray does’ drugs to aid to the problems that surround him as an escape. Almost like going in a fantasy stage where he does not have to think about what is going on around him. This the sole reason why when he does the drugs he thinks about a life with his dad in Utah. Introducing Cognitive- behavioral therapy and one on one counseling would be the approach I would take with Gray’s case help him to live a more productive life. Nonetheless, I recall Freud believed that these basic drives, or instincts, involved in the id provide the main energy source for personality development. When the id is deprived of one of its needs, the resulting tension motivates a person to relieve the discomfort and satisfy the need (Behavioral Conceptual Frameworks, p. …show more content…
This may involve, but is not limited to, seeking consultation, supervision, and/or breaking the confidentiality of the relationship (Services, n.d.). When placed in this position employing Human service educators are aware that in their relationships with students, power and status are unequal. Human service educators are responsible to clearly define and maintain ethical and professional relationships with the student; avoid conduct that is demeaning, embarrassing or exploitative of students; and always strive to treat students fairly, equally and without discrimination (Services,

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