Your active participation in Discussion Boards is critical to the development of your understanding of the main concepts studied in this unit. Further, posting detailed responses allows your professor to guide your thinking and your classmates to respond to your ideas. Please participate as early in the week as possible, and be sure to share your thoughts and ideas as often as you can throughout the unit.
Respond to the Discussion topic below. Your original response should be at least 350 words and should reflect the fact that you have completed the assigned Readings for the week. Remember, this is your chance to illustrate not only your understanding, but also your mastery of the materials for the unit. Use your words wisely so the posting has substance and includes examples and explanations. Limit the use of direct quotes, and do your best to critically evaluate and synthesize the literature in your own words wherever possible. Make sure to include in-text citations and a reference list as appropriate.
Think about all of the biological, social, emotional, cognitive, and psychosocial theories that were studied across all developmental periods. Explain how you will use your knowledge of developmental theories to understand your clients and their problems.
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The knowledge of development theories studied is useful if one is to pursue an adequate understanding of my clients along with their problems. One of the most critical theories learned is Erickson’s psychosocial theory. I will use this particular paradigm to explain the various stages that a person usually passes through during their lifetime. For instance, if the client is in the middle adulthood, I will inform him or her that at this stage, he or she is likely to establish an intimate relationship (Berk, 2014). I will also tell the client that in some cases, they might not be in a position to form bonds....