This timeline is for PS499 Bachelor of Science in Psychology Capstone Project
Antoinette begins discussing the details of her breakup and discloses her issues with alcohol
Antoinette discloses that not only is she depressed about the breakup and unemployed, but that her drinking lead to both the breakup and to her unemployment.
Antoinette has agreed to a 30-day stay at The Watershed clinic where she will undergo the detoxification process.
Antoinette has successfully completed her rehab program and we are resuming our sessions. One session per week.
Antoinette and I have our weekly counseling session and focus on how her AA meeting went and how she and her family are handling life outside of rehab.
Antoinette has adjusted well to life outside of rehab. She has remained sober, she has continued to attend AA meetings and her weekly sessions as well. She stated that she is using the financial resources that we established. She has started scheduling job interviews and even signed up for one online class to reintegrate into the working world. She is only 6 months away from her degree in accounting, but will start with one class. She reports life with her family continues to improve and she feels she's regaining their trust.
Antoinette is doing very well on maintaining her sobriety. She was overjoyed to tell me that she is no longer receiving unemployment or AFLAC benefits because she found work. She is looking forward to not having to rely on the rental assistance in the coming months. She said that she looks forward to her AA meetings and is proud to be sober. Her relationship with her family continues to improve and she's found a sponsor in AA. She's even made what she calls acquaintances in rehab and thinks there may be a chance for friendships.
Antoinette is doing very well. She got her 3-month chip from AA and is very proud. She is responding well to our therapy sessions and trying hard to remove negative influences and negative thoughts from her schema. She said that her family is wonderful and she's enjoying being a part of the family once again. She is no longer on renter's assistance and loves her new job.
Antoinette continues to improve and has made the most out of the resources provided to her. She is no longer on once-a-week visits, but rather attends monthly for check-ins. She is continuing her AA appointments 2-3 times per week. She exhibits no signs of either alcoholic behaviors, depression, isolation or agorophobia. Patient is doing well.