Submit a 6- to 9-page APA style paper that focuses on an adolescent from one of the case studies presented in this course. For this Project, complete a bio-psycho-social assessment and provide an analysis of the assessment. This Project is divided into two parts: Part A: Bio-Psycho-Social Assessment: The assessment should be written in professional language and include sections on each of the following: Presenting issue (including referral source) Demographic information Current living situation Birth and developmental history School and social relationships Family members and relationships Health and medical issues (including psychological and psychiatric functioning, substance abuse) Spiritual development Social, community, and recreational activities Client strengths, capacities, and resources Part B: Analysis of Assessment. Address each of the following: Explain the challenges faced by the client(s)for example, drug addiction, lack of basic needs, victim of abuse, new school environment, etc. Analyze how the social environment affects the client. Identify which human behavior or social theories may guide your practice with this individual and explain how these theories inform your assessment. Explain how you would use this assessment to develop mutually agreed-upon goals to be met in order to address the presenting issue and challenges face by the client. Explain how you would use the identified strengths of the client(s) in a treatment plan. Explain how you would use evidence-based practice when working with this client and recommend specific intervention strategies (skills, knowledge, etc.) to address the presenting issue. Analyze the ethical issues present in the case. Explain how will you address them. Describe the issues will you need to address around cultural competence. The case study involves a teenage girl that is self harming by fighting, drinking, disobeying rules, getting tattoo without permission. She used to be sick but has been healthy the past couple Of years. Her older siblings are grown and out of the house. They are overachievers that her parents are compare her to. Her parents show little interest in her.