I NEED THIS DONE ASAP LIKE AN HOUR AND HALF. ONLY RESPOND IF YOU CAN DO THE JOB PLEASE.
Here is the instructions for this assignment. Please no plagiarism. I have included the outline that was completed with the instructors feedback and the template that is required.
This is your week 9 APA template and will also serve as your Final project template for ethics.
A few important things to note about your week 9 application and a sample final project:
This is NO LONGER to be in outline format in terms of letters, numbers or roman numerals. You are starting to write your application. You will review the feedback from your week 5 outline (be sure to read my comments at the end of your paper and implement them. You ONLY need to complete the parts that are requested, but it is to be added to what you have already written. It is VERY important that you read ALL the requirements for the final project. Please be sure to take a look at the rubric in its entirety as the rubric outlines EVERYTHING that I will be grading your final project on. Remember, it is worth a lot of points. You should have a reference page in this application. Be sure you are tying in citations throughout. You may write in first person and do not need an abstract for this paper. Make sure you are writing under EVERY single header including your title header. Be sure to put all font in Times New Roman Font 12 and double space your entire paper. Please do not use any block quotes. You may use small quotes sparingly, but be sure you have quotations and page numbers when quoting. I recommend instead of quoting you paraphrase the authors words in your own words and cite your author. You should present your Final Project as a 12- to 15-page (including cover page, abstract, and references—therefore, approximately 10–12 pages of text), Please do not exceed this total by more than a page . I will put a sample copy of a final project on Weds on a student that received an A.
You DO NOT need an abstract. You may alter some headers (i.e your four issues) if you would like, but this is the type of formatting it should be. Many of the headers are things you need. You want to look at the outline template in week 5 and review the final project in “course information” to make sure you are answering all parts of the paper.
Final Project Outline Revision
The construction of your Final Project should be developing as you progress through this course.
For this Assignment, revise and expand your initial Final Project Outline submitted in Week 5. Incorporate any Instructor feedback received and elaborate on one topic in Section I and one topic in Section II. Develop at least one paragraph per section including your references as needed.
The requirements for this application are minimums intended to help you progress toward your Final Project due on Day 4 of Week 11. You may expand further than one paragraph per section assigned or develop more than two sections. Doing so maximizes your opportunity for instructor feedback.
The Assignment (2–3 pages):Revisit your initial outline and make revisions based on Instructor feedback.Select one topic that you outlined in Section I and one topic that you outlined in Section II that you want to use in your Final Project.Create a 1–2 page paragraph describing that bullet point.
Required ResourcesNote: To access this week’s required library resources, please click on the link to the Course Readings List, found in the Course Materials section of your Syllabus.ReadingsRemley, T. P., Jr., & Herlihy, B. (2016). Ethical, legal, and professional issues in counseling (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.Chapter 6, “Records, Subpoenas, and Technology”“Subpoenas” (pp. 148-153)Chapter 10, “Technology in Counseling” (pp. 245-263)Chapter 15, “Supervision and Consultation”“Technology Issues in Supervision” (p. 370) Bradley, L. J., & Hendricks, B. (2009). E-mail and ethical issues. The Family Journal, 17(3), 267–271.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Midkiff, D. M., & Wyatt, W. J. (2008). Ethical issues in the provision of online mental health services (etherapy). Journal of Technology in Human Services, 26(2-4), 310–332.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Shtarkshall, R. (2006). Responding to messages of adolescents on the Internet: Theoretical, practical, and ethical issues. American Journal of Sexuality Education, 1(4), 3–22.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Zack, J. S. (2008). How sturdy is that digital couch? Legal considerations for mental health professionals who deliver clinical services via the Internet. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 26(2-4), 333–359.
Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Document: Formatted Template for Final Project (Word Document)