Identify a provisional diagnosis for the case you selected
For this Assignment, select one of the substance use case studies (Case Study 3 or Case Study 4) located in this weekâs resources.Consider a treatment plan, including a diagnosis, intervention, and prevention technique for the child or adolescent. Think about how you might include the parents/guardians in the treatment plan.The Assignment (2 pages):Select one substance use case study (Case Study 3 or Case Study 4).Identify a provisional diagnosis for the case you selected.Using the Treatment Plan Guidelines template, create a treatment plan for the case study you selected.Explain one treatment intervention you might use in the case you selected and justify the use of the intervention.Explain one intervention you might use to prevent relapse and why it might be effective.Then, explain one intervention you might use to involve the parents/guardians in the treatment plan and why their involvement might be important.Justify your treatment plan using evidence-based research.Week 9: Case 3, Substance Use Marcus is a 15-year-old boy who was seen 2 weeks previously in the emergency room for a huffing incident. While his parents were away and after Marcus had mowed the lawn, he put the lawn mower and gasoline back into the shed and began sniffing gasoline. His parents came home and discovered him passed out in the shed next to the gasoline can and immediately transported him to the hospital emergency room. Marcus was treated and released, and his parents were concerned, but Marcus insisted this was a one-time incident. However, the next week his parents found several aerosol cans in their sonâs room. During his first session, Marcus admits to sneaking around and huffing whatever he can whenever he can. He reports feeling out of control. He says he loves the instant high and cannot help himself.