74 Assessment, Evidence-Guided Practice, and Practice Evaluation Tasks 1 and 2: Reduce Stress 4: completely achieved: Tanisha uses these techniques consistently and feels less stress when she does. 3: substantially achieved: Tanisha uses these techniques some of the time and feels less stress when she does. 2: partially achieved: Tanisha uses these techniques once in a while but still feels stressed. 1: minimally achieved: Tanisha has identified techniques she wants to use but has not used them. 0: No progress: No techniques have been identified or utilized. Task 3: Disclosing Sexual Abuse to Tanisha’s Boyfriend and Parents 4: Tanisha and the worker develop and carry out a plan that allows Tanisha to disclose the sexual abuse to her parents and boyfriend. 3: Tanisha and the worker develop the plan but do not fully carry it out. 2: Tanisha and the worker develop a plan but do not carry it out at all. 1: Tanisha and the worker discuss a plan. 0: No plan is developed. Task 4: Seek an Appropriate Referral 4: The worker identifies and provides Tanisha with an appropriate referral. 3: The worker looks for a referral but does not confirm its appropriateness or availability before providing the information to Tanisha. 2: The worker looks for an appropriate referral but does not provide the information to Tanisha. 1/0: The worker does not look for an appropriate referral and does not provide Tanisha with any information. Task 5: Follow Through with the Referral 4: Tanisha makes an appointment with the referral that the worker has provided. 3: Tanisha has information regarding the referral and intends to contact it. 2: Tanisha has information regarding the referral and considers contacting it 1: Tanisha has the information but is noncommittal. 0: Tanisha does not follow through with the referral.
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