Case Study ;Jose

Case Study ;Jose

José is a senior in high school and was just suspended for the fifth time for bullying other students. During the last instance of bullying, José used violence. As a

result, the school referred him to an outpatient counselor. Upon meeting with the counselor, José completed a personality assessment. Using the results of the

assessment, the counselor diagnosed José with antisocial personality disorder. Was the personality assessment appropriate for José’s situation? If not, was the

diagnosis correct? What possible impact might an incorrect diagnosis have on José and his life?
2) Description
Personality assessment results provide invaluable information that can be used for case conceptualization, treatment planning, and diagnosis. For example, projective

techniques are less structured than standardized personality assessments and are designed to reduce a client’s ability to anticipate the “right” answer. However,

projective techniques have lower reliability and validity because the clinician must interpret the client’s response. When any personality technique is used and/or

interpreted incorrectly, the results can be detrimental to clients. As a future counselor, you should become familiar with personality assessments and understand how

to interpret their results.
You must also access ,
Laureate Education (Producer). (2010). Personality assessments [Interactive media file]. Retrieved from CDN database. (COUN 6360) to write this paper.
You are aslo asked to which personality assessment is suitable for which client,that. you will see /watch in the , Personality assessments [Interactive media file].

“Cassandra,Sylvester,and Symanth” cases are in this video file.
just Answer the question, as to out of “MMPI,MCI or “16 personality factor inventory” Assessment ,should be used to assess each individual.
(“Cassandra,Sylvester,and Samantha”)or jose.

3)Description-2
Assessments
For this Discussion, paper ,you are to take the “Assessment”. you will need to complete “The Adjective Check List,” also known as the BeMis III.
You will be prompted to provide further information before beginning the assessment. The only information which you are required to enter are last name, first name,

middle initial, sex, and e-mail address to send the report to.
Note: You are not required to enter your real name in the Last Name, First Name, and Middle Initial fields, but you must place characters in these fields in order to

proceed. Additionally, you must enter your full, correct Walden University e-mail address in both the E-Mail and E-Mail Report to (address) fields, as well as your

correct sex in the Sex field in order to receive your report.
Furthermore, you are only permitted to take the assessment one time. If you have technical difficulties and need to complete the assessment an additional time, please

contact me immediately. Please note, You should receive your results within one day of taking the assessment, so please be sure to complete the assessment early enough

in order to complete this Discussion paper.
If you are unable to take the computerized version (Adjective check list), please utilize the “Sample ‘Personality Report'” provided below in order to complete the

Discussion paper.
Gough, H. G., & Heilbrun, A. B. (2007). The adjective check list. Mountain View, CA: CPP. Retrieved from http://www.BemisAdmin.com/Walden
•The BEMIS Personality Report for Sample, Client M. (PDF)
Used by permission of Management and Planned Development, Inc.

Media
•Laureate Education (Producer). (2010). Personality assessments [Interactive media file]. Retrieved from CDN database. (COUN 6360)

In this interactive matching exercise, you learn about three individuals—Cassandra, Sylvester, and Samantha—and you decide which personality assessment should be used

to assess each individual.
Optional Resources
•Measurement and Planned Development. (2005). BeMIS III: The behavioral management information system interpreter’s guide. Williamsburg, VA: Author.
2) Description-3
You are to complete Gough and Heilbrun’s “Adjective Check List” and interpret your own results. In lieu of an Assignment, you will have a Test for Understanding about

the concepts related to personality assessment and diagnosis.
You will consider the benefits and risks of using personality assessment results to inform diagnosis and reflect on ethical and multicultural considerations. which

personality assessment should be used for Jose.
If you are unable to take the computerized version, please utilize the “Sample ‘Personality Report'” provided below in order to complete the Discussion paper.
The BEMIS Personality Report for Sample, Client M. (PDF)
Used by permission of Management and Planned Development, Inc.
2)Note to the writer.
Writer you must login to complete this “Adjective Check List” ,then write your interpretation in this paper.
You also must login to the “Sample ‘Personality Report'” The BEMIS Personality Report for Sample, Client M. (PDF)
be used for Jose case study to write this Discussion paper
Used by permission of Management and Planned Development, Inc.
You must login to my required resources/References
3) References
For this Discussion paper, you need to complete “The Adjective Check List,” also known as the BeMis III.
If you are unable to take the computerized version, then please utilize the “Sample ‘Personality Report'” provided below in order to complete this Discussion paper.
The BEMIS Personality Report for Sample, Client M. (PDF)
Assessments
For this week’s Discussion, you need to complete “The Adjective Check List,” also known as the BeMis III.
You will be prompted to provide further information before beginning the assessment.
Gough, H. G., & Heilbrun, A. B. (2007). The adjective check list. Mountain View, CA: CPP. Retrieved from http://www.BemisAdmin.com/Walden
Please utilize the “Sample ‘Personality Report'” be used for Jose .(provided below in order to complete this Discussion paper) .
•The BEMIS Personality Report for Sample, Client M. (PDF)
Used by permission of Management and Planned Development, Inc.

5) References
Readings
Whiston, S. C. (2013). Principles and applications of assessment in counseling (4th ed.). Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning.
Article: “Appraisal of Personality”
Article: “Assessment and Diagnosis”
American Counseling Association. (2005). ACA code of ethics. Retrieved from http://www.counseling.org/Resources/aca-code-of-ethics.pdf

Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (1996). AMCD multicultural counseling competencies. Retrieved from

http://www.counseling.org/Resources/Competencies/Multcultural_Competencies.pdf

Craig, R. J. (2005). Assessing personality and mood with adjective check list methodology: A review. International Journal of Testing, 5(3), 177–196.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.
Owen, J. (2008). The nature of confirmatory strategies in the initial assessment process. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 30(4), 362–374.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.
Jones, K. D. (2012). Dimensional and cross-cutting assessment in the DSM-5. Journal of Counseling and Development, 90(4), 481–487.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.
•Assessments

Media
•Laureate Education (Producer). (2010). Personality assessments [Interactive media file]. Retrieved from CDN database. (COUN 6360)

In this interactive matching exercise, you learn about three individuals—Cassandra, Sylvester, and Samantha—and you decide which personality assessment should be used

to assess each individual.
Optional Resources
•Measurement and Planned Development. (2005). BeMIS III: The behavioral management information system interpreter’s guide. Williamsburg, VA: Author

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