He has been showing suggestive sexual signs of being attracted to the male gender. Larry Smith also indicated that Fin has a poor academic ability. He noted that the poor academic ability can be attributed to Fin’s poor studying habits. Fin only finds time to study when exams are near and hardly last more than thirty minutes in hiss studying room. Efforts by Mr. Larry to help him get the right studying habits have hit a dead end due to lack of cooperation from Fin.Fin belongs to the African race and constantly interacts with the whites in America. He complains that he usually suffers from racial abuse from his friends who have the habit of referring to him as a monkey. This has hindered his education and social life because he finds it hard to interact with people who racially abuse him. He indicated that a year ago, he became a victim of racial abuse when he tried to board a train from home to school. The white people on the train refused to open the door for him to board the train just because he was of an African origin. This situation reignited his post-traumatic stress disorder that he has struggled with it for long. The racial abuse is also worsened by the fact that he is a Muslim. A majority of the people in America is Christians, and they regard Muslims as terrorist. When he interacts with the other children, they brand him terrorist and exclude him from their games and groups.The unfortunate client case demonstrates the fundamental importance of a child being raised by his or her two parents in his or her original homeland. Fin is living in a physical and ethnic/ cultural. Principles of Assessment and Client Interventions.
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