The paper subject is
“Gender Difference in Attention Deficit Disorder”
write a full seven to ten page paper
The 7-10 pages does NOT include the cover page, abstract page or references cited page.
you will choose two counseling theories and convey how they would work or not work in the chosen topic. The theories to chose from is
Cognitive -Behavioral Theory or Experiential, Person-Centered, Gestalt, and Existential Theory
The paper must contain the following information:
- An explanation/definition of the chosen topic and/or population.
- Why that topic was selected. What interested you about the topic?
- A definition of the two approaches/theories and their main proponents.
- Student’s reactions to the theories must be included as well as an explanation as to why you chose this particular theory.
In addition to the textbook, at least four other peer-reviewed journal articles, books, journal articles must be referenced and annotated in the paper. This means I should see a minimum of five referenced quotes within the paper written in APA format.
I included the References that I want you to use is attached to these instructions.
“PEASE USE THEM THEY ARE JOURNALS”
All papers must be typed, double-spaced WITH A FONT NO HIGHER THAN 12 and in APA format.
PLEASE NO PLAGIARISM I HAVE A PLAGIARISM DECTOR
The paper subject is “Gender Difference in Attention Deficit Disorder” write a full seven to ten page paper The 7-10 pages does NOT include the cover page, abstract page or references cited page. y
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