For this Assignment, select and view one movie from the list provided in this weekâ€™s resources below. If you need assistance locating these movies, see this guide: Begin to conceptualize the couple’s or familyâ€™s problem through your theoretical orientation, and identify interventions that you might use. Finally, begin to locate articles that could be used to justify the interventions you selected. Articles need to be social work peer reviewed articles.
- Identify the movie you selected and the life transition and developmental issue present in the couple or family.
- Conceptualize the couple’s or family’s problem through your chosen theoretical orientation.
- Design a treatment plan including short- and long-term goals.
- Explain two evidence-based interventions you would use to address these coupleâ€™s or familyâ€™s issues and how you would use them.
- Justify the intervention you selected with two evidence-based research articles.
Note: The interventions may not emerge from your chosen theoretical orientation.
Support your Assignment with specific references to all resources used in its preparation. You are asked to provide a reference list for all resources, including those in the resources for this course.
Use social work peer reviewed articles to support this assignment.
Movies to choose from to complete this assignment:
Gilbert, B. (Producer), & Rydell, M. (Director). (1981). On golden pond [Motion picture]. United States: IPC Films.
Demme, J., Armian, N., & Platt, M. (Producers), & Demme, J. (Director). (2008). Rachel getting married [Motion picture]. United States: Sony Pictures Classics.
Schwary, R. (Producer), & Redford, R. (Director). (1980). Ordinary people [Motion picture]. United States: Paramount Pictures.
Fischoff, R., & Jaffe, S. (Producers), & Benton, R. (Director). (1979). Kramer vs. Kramer [Motion picture]. . United States: Columbia Pictures.
Pratt, C. (Producer), & Carlino, L. J. (Director). (1979). The great Santini [Motion picture]. United States: Warner Bros. & Orion Pictures.