Case Analysis: Experiential Life Narrative and Policy

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Case Analysis: Experiential Life Narrative and Policy
The Case
Randall is a 28-year-old male who is affected by a number of different psychological and social challenges. He has been diagnosed with an extreme case of anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder, and also suffers from an addictive personality disorder which is demonstrated through an addiction to alcohol. He is currently living by himself, as he is divorced, and is attending college part-time as he has not been able to maintain a job. He is financially existing on student loans, but is concerned that he will lose his rented basement apartment because he his mental health disorders have prevented him from working on a regular basis.
Although his anxiety is under control with...
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