Write about a profile of client suffering from Social Anxiety Disorder and you will do the first session by using Clarks and Wells’s Cognitive Model for formulation by asking questions to the client in the therapy. However, you need to state clearly that you will do the first session including only 10 minutes by asking questions to understand the problem the client has but please don’t write questions in the assignment. You can add the questions that the therapist asks in the appendix. Here is the client profile: Loise is a 27 year old, single, British woman who has been employed in the business sector for 4 years. She has always been socially anxious. However, this anxiety has became more visible in connection with her work. She has promoted a position that require to make short monthly presentations to colleagues. Loise, experiencing symptoms of social anxiety . She has been feeling increasingly anxious in social situations and has decided that psychological therapy may be beneficial for her. This is her first session. The client has problem about her presentation in the presence of her collegues. You need to mention about the symptoms that the client, mentioning above, has in social anxiety disorder. You need to explain briefly the cognitive model based on the client’s symptoms such as safety behaviours, emotions, cognitions and physical features. You can read the Clarks and Wells’s article for the model. And please don’t forget to show the evidence to support the idea. TASK OveRview: Role-play of a therapist and a client demonstrating a clinical psychological intervention for a chosen psychological disorder. Demonstration in front of class, marker and Quality Assurer. Aim: To test understanding of the psychological therapies that are available for treating a range of clinical psychological disorders. Task: Using role-play in pairs chosen by you, one of you will assume the role of therapist and the other the role of client. Each therapist will demonstrate ONE therapeutic approach (e.g. cognitive behavioural therapy) chosen from delivery of the Psychological Therapy Unit, in 44 your role-play of an interaction with the “client.” As therapist, you should make clear which condition your client is showing (examples of relevant conditions will be addressed in the Roots and Range Unit, but you are not restricted to conditions covered in this unit). You should choose appropriate questions to ask your client and appropriate guidance for any experiential exercise you lead them in. You will also need to state which session you are demonstrating (e.g. initial formulation; mid-therapy; final). Each role-play will last 10 minutes. Given this limited amount of time, it is likely you will be demonstrating just one aspect of or one exercise from your chosen psychological therapy approach. If there are an odd number of students, one student will be asked to take the role of client twice. You will need to rehearse your roles in pairs before the assessment, ensuring that the client is a willing collaborator (or an appropriate “antagonist” if this is important for the demonstration). Only the therapist is assessed—you will not be assessed when you play a client—and you will exchange roles so that your partner may demonstrate a DIFFERENT condition together with the SAME or DIFFERENT therapy. In addition, key word cards or therapist script together with a SUMMARY of your demonstration and an EXPLANATION of your chosen therapy for the condition should be submitted via Turnitin. The word count for all this written information should be a maximum of 2000 words in total. The 2000 words includes every aspect of the written submission including title, therapist’s script and references. Reading: You should refer to books and articles cited in the unit guide and recommended by lecturers, but you should also search for and use appropriate original journal articles from psychological and/or medical resources to guide your role play and written work. Lectures from the Psychological Therapy unit will provide information about several psychological therapies and their application to a range of psychological disorders, but you will need to undertake further reading and preparation to fulfil this brief successfully.