Describe the relationship between the IP and the family context. How does the development of the IP and the family influence the presenting problem?

Piglet: General anxiety disorder – he lives in constant stress, worried over the slightest every day activity that the average person wouldn\’t find stressful.3. SUMMATIVE ASSIGNMENT: Case Study (100 pts):***There is a detailed rubric for this assignment at the end of the syllabus.***This assignment is a comprehensive assessment of a character. The case study should be completed on a mythological character from a film, movie, or book (for example, A Beautiful Mind, Monk, Snow White). Historical figures such as Theodore Roosevelt, Evita, Joan of Arc, etc. may also be used. The book or film must provide ample information on the characters background and current level of functioning. The citation of the source(s) needs to be included in the reference section of your paper. The paper should be approximately 6-8 pages in length. Integrate theories of marriage and family into the case conception.Grading:History (10 points): Biopsychosocial history. Describe the identified patient (IP). Include school/work history, medical history, and treatment history. What is the family history? Cover topics thoroughly and with appropriate accurate details.Systemic View (10 points): Explore relationship and behavioral patterns contextually and systemically. Describe the relationship between the IP and the family context. How does the development of the IP and the family influence the presenting problem?Presenting Problems (20 points): Identify problems clearly and accurately. Explore physical/organic causes or exacerbations of symptoms. Diagnose and assess client behavior and relational health problems systemically and contextually. Make sure the diagnosis fits the symptoms described.Client Strengths, resilience and resources (10 points): Thoroughly discuss and provide evidence for client resiliencies. Provide quality details about the client’s strengths and limitations. Discuss issues that produce strengths or contraindications for a specific therapy model.Proposed interventions (20 points): Explain in detail the theoretical treatment approach you have chosen. Make sure the interventions are appropriate to the diagnosis and are thoroughly and accurately discussed.Psychopathology and family development processes (10 points): Integrate your understanding of family, relational and systemic dynamics in psychopathology. What hypotheses have you developed regarding this patient?Diversity (10 points): Address the ethical issues and diversity issues in this case.Paper construction (10 points): Excellent use of APA style format (title page, pagination, headings), excellent use of APA style referencing (within text and in the reference page), excellent organization (clear introduction, supportive arguments, subheadings, conclusion), excellent writing style (professional in tone, not too conversational), free from spelling and grammar mistakes.