PSY7543 Unit 10 Assignment PowerPoint

PSY7543 Unit 10 Assignment PowerPointFinal Case Study

Important reminder: You must post a complete draft of your Final Case Study assignment in the Unit 10 discussion before midnight (CST) on Monday of Week 10. Be advised that you will only receive feedback on your Unit 10 assignment draft from your peers. Use the instructor feedback from your Unit 4 and Unit 6 assignments as well as your peer feedback from the Unit 10 discussion to create a stellar course project.
Introduction
Ethical dilemmas often have a cultural nuance that adds another layer to an already difficult situation. Multicultural issues can certainly affect ethical decision-making and reasoning and vice versa. For this final course assignment, you will combine what you learned about navigating multicultural issues with what you learned about ethical standards and how they apply to real professional conflicts.
You will revise the multicultural case study you created in Unit 4 based on instructor feedback and expand it to introduce an ethical dilemma stemming from the cultural conflict. Then, you will use research, industry best practices, and professional guidelines to resolve the ethical dilemma. You will also evaluate the utility of ethical decision-making models.
Please review the course project overview to ensure that you understand how all the course assignments interconnect.
Instructions
To complete this assignment:
Revise the multicultural case study you developed in Unit 4 to incorporate instructor feedback.
If you wish, you may instead create an entirely new case study that meets the criteria for this assignment. Again, while your case will be fictional, it must be credible and realistic based on your psychology specialization. To create an effective resolution, reflect on your responses to the course discussion questions and review the recommendations made on your posts by peers.
Create a case involving an ethical dilemma and cultural conflict or conflicts that could arise in your psychology specialization.
Use the Final Case Study Template linked in Resources to build a PowerPoint presentation that includes the following:
Title slide:
Enter a descriptive title of approximately 5–15 words that concisely communicates the heart of the case study. It should stir interest while maintaining professional decorum.
Enter your name, a job title, and an organization that would fit with your case study. Like the case study itself, these last two elements may be fictional.
Case Study Overview slides: Provide the briefest possible narrative description of the case. Additional supporting details and references may be added in the notes section below the slide. Include:
The professional setting of the case, based on your psychology specialization.
The relationship that exists between you and the other people, agency, business, or institution involved. Some possible examples may be:
Professor-Student.
Therapist-Patient.
Colleague-Colleague.
Consultant-Business.
Clinical supervisor-Student intern.
Administrative supervisor-Employee.
A very brief summation of an ethical dilemma involving cultural conflicts.
Cultural Differences slides: On the table provided, list side by side the main cultural identities from the Hays model, relevant to the case study conflict, of yourself and another person, agency, business, or institution in the case study.
If more than one person, agency, business, or institution is involved in the case, copy

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