Discussion #1: Assessing the Client/Patient Your new client, John, arrives for h

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Discussion #1: Assessing the Client/Patient
Your new client, John, arrives for his first session with you to begin a journey to better health. John has diabetes and high blood pressure and has been coming down with colds quite frequently in the last year. He’s concerned that if he doesn’t make some changes in his lifestyle he has is headed down the wrong path. He has a very stressful job and works the night shift most days. After doing a holistic health assessment, you recommend to John that he engage in stress management in addition to physical exercise. He feels excited about “pumping iron,” but scoffs at your suggestion of stress management techniques stating he isn’t into that “new age nonsense.” You know this is an important piece of his well-being, so you decide to take some time to explain to him how stress is related to his physical health issues.
Primary Post Content
Choose one aspect of John’s physical health (diabetes, heart disease, or impaired immunity) and provide some background information on the issue.
Briefly describe the mechanisms through which stress may contribute to this pathology. (Be sure that this section includes APA-style in-text citations from at least one peer-reviewed article to provide evidence for the discussion.)
Review the list of possible Stress Management Technique Ideas and suggest one approach for John to use based on evidence that is pertinent to him. (Be sure that this section includes APA-style in-text citations from at least one peer-reviewed article to provide evidence for the discussion.)
Primary Post Writing and Formatting
Simplify the information enough to be palatable to the general public, but provide enough detail on the process to demonstrate your knowledge of these connections. Write your post “as if” you are speaking directly to John — address him as if he were in your office. (This is a monologue, so do not include replies from John — just provide information to him.)
Your primary post should be at least 250 words.
APA style is required for in-text and reference list citations for the two required peer-reviewed references.
Use proper grammar, spelling, and writing style.


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