One page of answers on the questions below based on a character in the movie Brothers. Please just assess one era of the character i.e. early years or late years of life. The 3 other pages of paper are is the assessment form that will be attached. Therefore the writer is only writing one page and filing out the assessment form.
Describe the client/character you choose as your focus. Include race, ethnicity, age, religion, sex, marital status, living situation, educational level, internal strengths (coping mechanisms, skills, experience, ability to connect to others, resilience, determination, flexibility, commitment, loyalty, etc.).
Describe 2-3 significant relationships this client/character has to other individuals either in the film or in life, both in terms of role (e.g., mother, father, sister, friend) and in terms of the resources and/or challenges that these individuals offer to your focus client/character.
Describe the two most significant groups/communities that your focus client/character belongs to and/or aspires to belong to. Where appropriate, include the family as a community. What resources/supports does each of these communities offer the focus client/character? What barriers does each present to the focus client/character, in terms of fulfilling his or her goals and/or accessing resources? What supportive policies/resources do these communities have in place and what additional policies/resources do you think could be added to better serve their members?
IV. Life Domains in Person-Centered Strengths-Based Assessment
Using the Person-Centered Strengths-Based Assessment provided by Kisthardt in the Saleebey text (pp. 186-190), identify and discuss the strengths, resources and barriers of your focus client/character in three out of the six life domains. You can use the questions in the reading to guide you. Identify goals/aspirations that your focus client/character has expressed relative to each domain, what resources they have successfully used in the past, and what resources you see available to help the client/character reach his/her goal in the present. Use the Person-Centered Strengths-Based Assessment form to complete this section of the assignment.