Write a paper detailing an intervention for the population of community counseling?adults in group home for the chronically mentally ill. You will also include theory, lifespan issues, developmental issues, crisis, trauma , pathology environmental situations, an other issues related to the population described in the paper In this paper:

1. Identify the ?normal? developmental issues faced by this population including a summary of the physical, cognitive, and socioemotional behaviors.

2. Identify and describe in detail a particular intervention based on developmental and specialty literature (e.g., daily living skills workshop for adults in group home for chronically mentally ill). Be sure to identify whether the intervention targets groups such as a seminar, workshop, or targets individuals such as individual behavior contracts. Also specify the amount of time your intervention will take (e.g., one three hour presentation, six weeks for 1 ? hours per week, three months of meeting one on one for an hour per week, etc.) Make sure that you accurately cite at least 3 professional sources

3. Identify and describe in detail the necessary individual, couple, group and familyinterventions and cultural considerations, given a crisis, disaster or other- trauma causing event.

4. Include the following in the paper with additional reference citations:

Theories of individual and family development and transitions across the lifespan ? impact on population writing about in paper.
Theories of learning and personality development including current understandings about neurobiological behavior – matching population written about in paper.
Theories and models of individual, cultural, couple, family and community resilience related to population.
Effects of crisis, disasters, and other trauma-causing events on the population you are writing about.
A general framework for understanding exceptional abilities and strategies for different or alternative interventions.

Please try and fit these as subheadings in the paper:

Description of Population

Summary of “normal” development literature/theory

Description of Intervention

Theories of individual and family development and transitions across the lifespan

Theories of learning and personality development including current understanding and neurobiologic behavior

Effects of crisis, disasters, and other trauma causing events on persons of all ages

Theories and models of individual, cultural, couple, family, and community resilience