Assessment overview. Provide a summary of the needs of the case in no more than one page. Theory selection rationale. In one paragraph, state the theory you would select to address the problem areas of the case. How is the theory a good fit to address the client’s needs? Consider other factors that impact your choice of theory, such as time available to provide the service and agency/program restrictions. Review of theory and empirical support. Support your theory selection through empirical research findings on its effectiveness/efficacy. In other words, what were your research findings on the use of this theory to address the problem areas of your case? What does the research say about how effective that approach is to address the problem(s) on which you are planning to focus on your service plan? (3-5 citations are required). Application of theoretical concepts to the presenting problem. After selecting a theory, explain how it guides your efforts to address the presenting problem. For example, if the theory is CBT, what ideas of this theory inform your approaches to address the presenting problem? Service plan template and narrative. Copy and paste the service plan template posted on Sakai and incorporate it into your paper. Once you complete the service plan, write a narrative below it explaining your thinking. Service Plan. Using the service plan template, write in the goals, objectives, interventions, and outcome sections of the service plan. Make sure to link your objectives to the goals and the interventions to the objectives (see the service plan examples posted on Sakai). Stated differently, each goal will have its own objectives and interventions. Each objective will have its own outcomes. Outcome measures. Establish behavioral outcomes. Establish outcomes in behavioral terms. One way to think about this is to ask, “What will behavior look like when it has changed?” For example, a solution focused measure to determine a decrease in yelling: “Using a rating scale the family will report a decrease in yelling on a rating from an 8 at assessment to a 3.” Whichever approach you choose as a measure, make sure that it is concrete enough that progress can be quantified. (There is a service plan example on Sakai) Attached is the paper with corrections as well as the case study used.