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Instructions on Concept Paper
Movie/TV Character (you do not have to watch the series) character is used as an xample for the entire assignment.
TV Show is Released from the Oprah Winfrey Channel
Released follows individuals who have completed long-term prison sentences during those first crucial 90 days on the outside. We’ll meet them as they walk out the prison doors for the first time, and stay with them for every step – and misstep – as they attemptto reconnect with their loved ones, establish their independence and begin the long, hard work of starting over.
Read more: http://www.oprah.com/app/released.html#ixzz5LWHjTyfl
TV character is Kevin
In 1997, Kevin was caught stealing $160 worth of children’s clothes. He had been in and out of trouble for years as a young man. A battle with drugs led Kevin into a life of crime, and it was during a relapse, after nearly two years of sobriety, that Kevin made the mistake that would change his life forever. Under California’s three-strikes sentencing law, which sets mandatory 25-to-life sentences for third felony convictions, Kevin, who had two previous strikes, was given a sentence of 25 years to life stemming from the shoplifting charge.
Kevin ended up serving 19 years of that sentence, and although he faced many challenges while incarcerated, it was the separation from his five children that affected him most. “It took me a long time to come to grips with the fact that my children didn’t know me as a dad,” he says.
Kevin credits a run-in with his son while they were both incarcerated for encouraging him to set a positive example and change his ways. In fact, Kevin used his time in prison to become an ordained minister.
“Nineteen-plus years later, I would never complain about the time I’ve done because this place made me who I am today,” Kevin says. “My dream and my goal is to really be a light. To be a pillar in my community, but, first and foremost, in my family.”
Read more: http://www.oprah.com/own-released/released-kevins-story-video#ixzz5LWIl3rO2
After 19 years away, Kevin returns home to a family that was shattered by his absence. He’s determined to make things right with his children who were young when he went away, but he knows it won’t be easy. Even as Kevin tries to step up as a father, constant obstacles make it difficult for him to remain calm and navigate the many demands of his new life.
Regardless of the struggles he faces, Kevin tries to keep his faith. While in prison, he became an ordained minister and completed on-the-job training that would guarantee him a construction job on the outside. Now, Kevin looks to be a mentor and a leader for his family and community—hoping to help his son follow him down the right path this time. Yet, with so much on his plate already, he has no idea how to make it all work. All he knows is that he can never go back to prison.
The concept paper will include:
A brief Psychosocial for the client (find ex here: https://canvas.instructure.com/courses/1150897/pages/3-dot-3-lesson-the-biopsychosocial-assessment-and-the-mental-status-exam)
He will be diagnosed with social anxiety disorder. Please look at specifiers for social anxiety disorder and why it is prevalence in offenders.
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