At a parent/teacher conference, Lacy is told that her twins’ aggressive behavior on the playground at recess is becoming an issue. Their teacher expresses concern and suggests that Lacy might want to investigate early intervention for her children. Without discussing the violence being experienced in the family, Lacy agrees with the teacher to pursue intervention for the twins’ behavioral issues.
Identify and integrate various psychoeducational or supportive approaches that might be used at the community level, such as at community centers, schools, and social service agencies, to assist children like Amee and Aaron, who are at risk from family violence, to more effectively cope and develop resiliency.
Be sure to address whether there may be differences between the responses seen for Amee and Aaron and provide your reasoning.
Explore issues of gender, diversity, and ethics within the intervention approaches.
Your response should be at least 2 pages long, and include a cover page and reference list.Assignment 3 Grading Criteria Maximum Points Discussed the psychoeducational or supportive approaches for children witnessing family violence and are at risk of experiencing multiple problems at the cognitive, behavioral, developmental, and/or emotional levels.32Determined that although both children have been exposed to the family violence, there is no clear determinant of how they will respond to the situation due to mitigating internal processes.24Explored the issues of gender, diversity, and ethics within the intervention approaches.24Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources, displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.20Total: 100