Reflection On Life Course Theory
As well as, the incident in her childhood where she was molested by a person her mother brought her around. All these events, still affect and will continue to affect how Lori views new relationships and has affected how she copes with stress and anxiety of the situation 's she encounters. Life Course Theory can also be applied in that she is responding to her life circumstances per the trauma she has endured. She needs counseling for the loss of relationship she faced with mother, childhood trauma, and the toxic relationships she endured with her last boyfriend and her current one. She also needs rehabilitation with her drug abuse. Counseling can teach her new ways to cope and learn what healthy relationships are.
Family- Life Course Theory; this can be used to support the family in coming together and supporting Lori and her children as she engages in counseling and rehabilitation. The family can benefit from group counseling, including Lori 's biological mother. Lori appears to want her mother in her life, but both need to find a healthy way to reach that goal. Also, utilizing this theory will help this family create an understanding within each other of the events, relationships, whether positive or negative, that have brought the family to this