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    not take Joshua much time to get ready. By 7:00, he is out the door and in the car. At 8:00, he arrives at his desk and revives his computer. Such begins each day in the life of Joshua Danna. Lunch is somewhere around noon, at a fast food restaurant, with a large Dr. Pepper. After 5:00, Joshua gets in his car. An hour later, he eats dinner with his family. After dinner, he goes to his work computer, where he stays until well after 1:00 am. Joshua Danna is extremely busy and very ill. Joshua Danna leads

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    Gestalt

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    expressing himself, he believed that being logical will help him in all of the situations he is dealing with. In this stage, I was able to help Joshua realize that he needs both of his polarities are important to his total personality. After he finished discussing both of his polarities, he seemed more relaxed than before we began the therapy session. I let Joshua know that the session was over and thanked him for his time. As stated above, Gestalt therapy is more focused on the present than in the past

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    will allow them. This is supported when Joshua nearly electrocutes himself by sticking a knife into a plugged-in toaster in order to get his muffin out. At that time, Mary says: "If you need help, get me or Nonna" (Imeriale357). Obviously, Joshua is limited in his knowledge of physics. In this case, he should be told about electronic knowledge immediately to stay safe, instead of being told to get other's help. This argument is also supported when Joshua is watching television. In fact, Imperiale

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    well (Arnett, 2016). When Joshua was approximately 8 months old I began to leave him at occasional babysitter. He would cry as I left and for a short while after, but upon my return he would greet me at the door with excitement. This is an example of Bowlby’s secure attachment. In Bowlby’s theory with the Strange Situation a child would show a secure attachment to the parent by crying when the parent left the room then crawling to her to feel safe once again. I wanted Joshua to be comfortable in new

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    Eventually, Joshua and I had a few disagreements and he continues to prove to me that he is right. I do not agree with him, but I believe that Joshua is entitled to his own opinion. Joshua has a bachelor’s degree in business and he is Catholic. Joshua is also Bahamian and Puerto Rican. Again, Joshua is being forced to not stay true to himself, but to prove his masculinity to his family, friends, and society. Joshua and I have discussions regarding gender, race, and religious issues quite frequently

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    But Where Do Angels Go?

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    but wait and see where the end was. Building. "Words are so taxing aren't they? Yes, taxing and unneeded." Joshua fumbled for an item in his pocket, Neku knew what it was, but he wanted to forget. Building. "Even the best games end." "Oh God, Josh, please. Don't." His voice broke at the last word. He spun the cylinder with the flat of his palm. Building. "D-" He began, before Joshua faced him at last. The light behind him beamed in elegance, a halo, shining, and golden. Silver and gold. Building

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    Background Information Joshua is a seven-year old boy who attends 2nd grade at Shaw Avenue School. Joshua currently attends ESL four times a week. Joshua’s greatest concern at this time is attention-seeking behavior, task avoidance, homework avoidance, disruptive and disappears from room/hall. His general education teacher, Joyce Smithok-Kollar, identified Joshua for functional assessment concerning his disruptive behavior in the classroom, which she noted have been a problem throughout the year

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    was a landmark Supreme Court Case which was ruled on in February, 1989. The case revolved around Joshua DeShaney, a child who who was reportedly abused by his father, Randy DeShaney. In 1980, Joshua's parents divorced and his father won full custody. In 1983, Joshua was hospitalized for suspected abuse by his father. Winnebago County Department of Social Services got involved and four year old Joshua DeShaney was kept in the hospital's custody for three days. However, “On the recommendation of a

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    Amidst all the comedy the audience becomes unaware of whatever ordeal they are about to witness. Five years pass, Guido and Dora get married and are doting parents to a five-year-old Joshua. The war breaks out. All the Jewish citizens are rounded up and shipped to the concentration camps via rail. Eliseo, Guido and Joshua are captured on Joshua’s birthday. Guido not wanting to terrify his son by telling him the truth, pretends to be worried about missing the train and being left behind portraying that

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    now have a son, Joshua. Then it continues showing how Guido, his uncle, and Joshua manage the small family store together. Everything seems to be alright until the family is taken from their home and sent to a concentration camp. When the family is in the concentration camp, they are separated, starved, and tested in every way. The boys are barracked together and remain very close until Guido’s uncle does not return from working one day. Guido tries to stay strong to prevent Joshua from getting worried

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