Select one of the scenarios from the Unit 9 Scenarios document, linked in the Resources.Identify the primary question the assessment needs to address in order to best serve the client.Provide a clear description of the assessment tool and measure of the identified problem with support from scholarly literature.Describe how the assessment is scored, interpreted, and linked to the practice of addiction counseling.Evaluate how the tool can be used with clients as part of an ethical assessment process.Be certain to cite the relevant sections of the NAADAC Code of Ethics.Please use the Assignment Template listed under Resources to compose this assignment. Before you submit your assignment for grading, please submit it to Turnitin to ensure your work does not contain plagiarism. For instructions on how to use Turnitin, please use the iGuide link located in the Resources.Assignment RequirementsWritten communication: Written communication must be free of errors so that the overall message is clear.APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to the current APA manual.Number of resources: Minimum of five scholarly resources. Distinguished submissions will likely exceed that minimum.Length of paper: 7–10 double-spaced, typed pages, excluding title and reference pages.Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
Unit 9 Scenarios
The Case of MikeMike is 13 years old and lives with his parents. He is an only child. His parents are concerned that he may be abusing alcohol, because they recently discovered a partial bottle of vodka in his bedroom. They report that Mike’s friends have changed over the past year and he has quit playing sports that he previously enjoyed. They are also worried about his poor grades. Mike acknowledges that he has been feeling unhappy at home, but insists that the vodka was not his and must have fallen out of a friend’s bag. He has reluctantly agreed to attend counseling to appease his parents.