Posted: April 10th, 2021
Behavioral issues my client wishes to change is being overweight and dealing with toxic stress.
Angelina Simpl’e Devion’airre is a 40 years young female of African American, British, and Native American descent who stands about 5’ 6” in height and weighs 160 pounds. She is a recent divorcee who raised 2 children whose current ages are 20 and 19. She has been on her job for more than 20+ years, working 10-11 hours, 5 days a week, sometimes 6 days a week during the summer months, and a college student working on her master’s degree in science. Her current lifestyle can be sometimes very sedentary or highly active which is dependent upon a time but there is no consistency.
This paper will expand on the case study and theoretical applications you discussed in module 3 discussion (M3D1) In the paper you will incorporate evidence-based research and practices in the promotion of positive behavior change to a negative health behavior.
This 5 – 7 page paper, not including title page or reference page, is to include a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed journal articles, government and health organization research, literature and current texts/readings found in the Excelsior College library. Make sure to identify each section clearly.
Papers will be automatically processed through TurnItIn when you submit. The overall match can be no higher than 15%, with any one match no higher than 2%. It is important that you submit your paper early, allowing yourself the opportunity to correct any high matches in your paper. For further information read Assignment Guidance and Grading Information.
Example: “Case Study: How an Experienced Marathoner Set a New Personal Best at Boston.”
Suggestions for writing a case study using the SNACK/BITE/MEAL approach. By using this technique to build your paper it allows the paper to flow well. Here is a brief example of this approach:
SNACK: a brief headline regarding your client: Laura sets a new personal best at Boston!
BITE: one or two sentences that summarize the content in this section: Laura sets a new personal best at Boston, thanks to the pre-race checklist we developed and a balanced approach to fueling!
MEAL: a paragraph or two providing more detail for the seriously interested reader: Laura sets a new personal best at Boston, thanks to the pre-race checklist we developed and a balanced approach to fueling! This was accomplished by zeroing in on these items during the six months leading up to the event. Two things really made the difference at Boston. Having a pre-race checklist, learning a relaxation technique, adding some protein and fat to the pre-race meal of pasta, and taking water every 30 minutes during the race
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