Angel Case Study(Anxiety, PTSD, Substance Use Disorder)Case Study DetailsAngel is a 44-year-old separated man who says that his substance dependence and his anxiety disorder both emerged in his early 20’s after joining the army. He says that he started to drink to “feel better” at the NCO club on base when his episodes of anxiety made it hard for him to interact with his peers. He states that his anxiety became extreme after his first deployment to Iraq. He worked as a military police officer and was often exposed to hostile fire as his group supported operations. He also states that alcohol and now cocaine were a part of his dishonorable discharge. His wife called police after an argument regarding his drinking. He shoved her and police arrested him and charged him with domestic violence (DV). He was required to attend DV classes as well as substance abuse treatment as part of the plea. He further has community service hours (48) and 2 years of probation. You are conducting the intake assessment into your treatment agency.Angel notes that coming off the cocaine and binge drinking contribute to low mood and increased anxiety, but he has not responded well to referrals to adjunct support services, and past inpatient stays have led to only temporary abstinence. He does not have VA connected benefits and his job as a cook offers no insurance coverage. Yet, Angel is now trying to forge a closer relationship to his adult children, and he says he is especially motivated to get a better handle on both his PTSD and his substance use because he will be a grandfather in January. Angel states he and his wife are currently separated but talk on a daily basis. Symptoms · Alcohol Use · Depression · Anxiety · PTSD · Substance Abuse Diagnoses and Related Treatments PTSDThe following treatments have empirical support for individuals with PTSD: · Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) · Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (cf-CBT) · Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)Mixed Substance Abuse/Dependence The following treatments have empirical support for individuals with Mixed Substance Abuse/Dependence: · Motivational Interviewing plus CBT for Mixed Substance Abuse/Dependence · Seeking Safety for Mixed Substance Abuse/Dependence · Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) for Substance Abuse Treatment Generalized Anxiety Disorder The following treatments have empirical support for individuals with Mixed Substance Abuse/Dependence: · CBT for Generalized Anxiety Disorder · Psychoeducation · Mindfulness Adjunct support services · AA, NA or other 12-Step program · SMART recovery · Peer Recovery Coaching · Mindfulness Recovery Evidence-based strategies are an important part of treatment and relapse prevention when working with diverse populations of justice-involved individuals who are affected by addiction. For example, cognitive behavioral therapies have an evidence base supporting their use and can be integrated into treatment approaches for clients who struggle with substance abuse. In addition, Motivational Interviewing and relapse prevention appear to be effective across many drugs of abuse. In this assignment, you will explore the chronic nature of addiction and how evidence-based strategies can be applied to relapse prevention.Review the Angel Case Study.Continue in your role as an intern with the substance abuse program at your correctional facility.Review the treatment plan you created in Week 4.You have been asked by the treatment team to assist in preparation of a Relapse Prevention Plan worksheet from Angel’s perspective.Complete the Relapse Prevention Plan worksheet from Angel’s perspective. The goal is to show a seamless transition from treatment services into long-term recovery and successful completion of supervision from the corrections system. Write a 800 -word summary for the treatment team explaining why you believe this relapse prevention plan, prepared from the client’s point of view, would be effective. Include the following in your summary:3 evidence-based strategies that are evident in your relapse plan. Provide a thorough description of each, explaining why you believe each is relevant in this case.2 references supporting why each element of the plan is appropriate and would be successful for the client.Include at least 2 references according to APA guidelines.