• Select an assessment tool and explain when it is appropriate to use the assessment tool with clients.
• Explain how legal and ethical considerations for group and family therapy differ from those for individual therapy.
• explain how these differences might impact your therapeutic approaches for clients in Psychotherapy.
• Support your approach with evidence-based literatu
ance use disorders (SUD)” when looking at patients that were seeking treatment for alcohol, those who had the social anxiety were found to have more severe alcohol dependency. This therefore suggests a link between the two variables. This is important to discuss when discussing the biopsychosocial model because this particular illness features all three factors (Biological, social and psychological factors) (Buckner, Heimberg, Ecker & Vinci, 2013). A limitation highlighted was the effectiveness of the treatment for both SAD disorder and substance abuse, the author expressed that although people may receive treatment for SAD it may be harder to get patients to complete the substance abuse treatment as the substance may provide the patient a positive feeling and may lead the patient to believing the substance is providing relief. To start off with a limitation is suggested by (Tavakoli, 2009). He believes that poor behaviour would be implied as a disease and that would furthermore impact the way society looks at psychiatry and the wellbeing of society. An example they spoke about was schizophrenia, you can overlook it and include it in the psychosocial category however poor behaviour that is conducted by an individual cannot be perceived as a disease and treated in a medical environment. He carried on to talking about the distinction between biology and psychology. The two different fields are different to each other and he believes that the model could suggest biology being separate from psychology. In a working setting how is the biopsychosocial model taught? How do we explain to medical students what is psychological and what is biological? This can furthermore create a confusion, and a frustration for medical studies to try and diagnose and categorize symptoms and diseases. Although the evidence provided for the biopsychosocial model is strong it yet it not widely accepted in everyday medical care. One of the reasons this may be the case is health care costs. There is a limited amount of resources, and the idea of biopsychosocial model is seen to be expensive. The health costs are increasing and there is a limited amount of time for doctors to spend with their patents. “The comprehensive nature of the biopsychosocial approach to clinical care appears to be a luxury that we can’t afford” (Lane, 2014). The biopsychosocial model provides a good insight into breaking out of >GET ANSWER