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LIFE HISTORY BIOGRAPHICAL

BAJA ROBINSON
BACKGROUND

NAME: JANE DOE ( MY GRANDMOTHERS CHILDHOOD FRIEND)


-AGE: 73
- BORN IN MERIDIAN MISSISSIPPI
- FEBRUARY 7, 1945
- YOUNGEST AND ONLY GIRL OF 3
- RAISED BY BIOLOGICAL FATHER AND OLDER BROTHERS
- MOTHER DIED WHEN 4 YEARS OLD
TRUST VS MISTRUST (INFANCY) AGES: BIRTH-2 YRS.

- DURING INFANCY TO THE TERRIBLE TWO AGE A CHILD DESIRE LOTS OF LOVE, CARE AND
AFFECTION FOR THE PRIMARY CAREGIVERS. AKA THEIR PARENTS!
- IF APPROPRIATELY CARED FOR A CHILD WILL DEVELOP TRUST AND A SENSE OF PROTECTION
- IF INAPPROPRIATELY HANDLED THE CHILD DEVELOP INSECURITY AND MISTRUST

Trust!
AUTONOMY VS SHAME (TODDLER) AGE: 2-4 YRS.
OCCURS DURING EARLY CHILDHOOD, CHILDREN ARE INTRIGUED WITH THE
NEW CONTROL OF THEIR MOBILITY AND THE WORLD AROUND. THIS IS THE
STAGE WHERE A CHILD DESIRE THEIR INDEPENDENCE, CHOOSING WHAT
THEY WEAR, BECOME A BIT STUBBORN, & POTTY TRAINING.
Autonomy!
A CHILD WHO IS APPLAUDED FOR THERE INDEPENDENCE AND
ENCOURAGED TO CHOOSE FOR THEMSELVES ARE MORE SELF ASSURED
AND FALL INTO THE AUTONOMY CATEGORY
A CHILD WHO IS RESTRICTED TO EXERCISING THEIR INDEPENDENCE
BECOMES MORE SHAMEFUL AND LESS SELF ASSURED
INITIATIVE VS. GUILT (EARLY CHILDHOOD)
AGES: 3 / 4 6 YEARS
THIS IS THE PLAY AGE, WHEN CHILDREN START GOING TO SCHOOL AND IS NOT AT HOME AS
OFTEN. USING THEIR IMAGINATION, PLAYING WITH OTHERS, AND SHARING IS THE HIGHLIGHT
OF THIS STAGE.
A CHILD WHO IS ENCOURAGED TO USE THEIR THINKING CAP AND TO GET ALONG WITH
OTHERS FALL INTO THE CATEGORY OF INITIATIVE
A CHILD WHO ISNT CONFIDANT ENOUGH TO USE THEIR IMAGINATION IS RESTRAINED BY
GUILT

Initiative!
INDUSTRY VS. INFERIORITY (MIDDLE CHILDHOOD)
AGE: 6 12 YRS.

Industry!
THIS IS THE STAGE A CHILD LEARNS TO USE SOCIAL SKILLS ,
FOLLOWING RULES, AND SCHOOL WORK. LEANING TO PROBLEM
SOLVE AND THINK THROUGH, SPORT ARE ALSO INTRODUCED
DURING THIS STAGE.
A CHILD WHO IS WELL EQUIPPED WITH TRUST, INTUITIVE AND
AUTONYM WILL FIND IT EASY TO BE INDUSTRIOUS AND ADAPT
OR DEFEAT AND INFERIORITY
IDENTITY VS. ROLE CONFUSION (EARLY
ADOLESCENCE)
AGE: 12 18

WHO AM I?

Role Confusion
INTIMACY VS. ISOLATION YOUNG ADULTHOOD
(LOVE & RELATIONSHIPS)
CREATING GOOD AND GENUINE RELATIONSHIPS

Age: 18 - 40

Intimacy
GENERATIVITY VS. STAGNATION (MIDDLE
ADULTHOOD)
BECOMING A PARENT, WORKING AND BEING A HUSBAND OR WIFE! WORKING
PRODUCTIVELY.

Generativity
EGO VS. DESPAIR
AGE: 65+

A SENSE OF FULFILLMENT AND HAPPINESS WITH THE PAST AND


THEIR LIFE OR THEY ARE DISSATISFIED AND DESPAIRED ABOUT
THEIR LIFE
THEORIES
SIGMUND FREUD LIBIDO THEORY - EVERYTHING WE DO IS IN
CONSTANT SEARCH FOR PLEASURE AND THINGS THAT FEEL
GOOD.
ALBERT BANDRA SOCIAL LEARNING - LEARNING BY
OBSERVING OTHERS
CLIENT JANE DOE

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ANY OPPORTUNITY THAT COMES YOUR WAY, NEVER SETTLE FOR LESS THAN YOU DESERVE, AND CHERISH ANY
ONE THAT COMES INTO YOUR LIFE BECAUSE THEY ARE THERE FOR A REASON.

- SHE HAD HER UPS AND DOWNS BUT STILL STAYED MOTIVATED TO LIVE HER LIFE TO ACCOMPLISH HER DREAMS AND LIVING A GOOD
LIFE. SHE LANDED ON THE POSITIVE SIDE OF THE SPECTRUM, ALTHOUGH SHE LOST HER MOTHER AT A YOUNG AGE . USING THE
STRENGTHS PROSPECTIVE TO DRAW OUT AND HIGHLIGHT THE GOOD AND THE BAD, IS REALLY IMPORTANT BECAUSE CLIENTS COULD
BE IN DENIAL ABOUT THE IMPACT OF LOOSING A PARENT AT A YOUNG AGE BY OVER COMPENSATING ACHIEVEMENTS. HER
CONFIDENCE AND SELF FULFILMENT WOULD ALLOW SOCIAL WORKERS TO GET HER EXACTLY WHAT SHE NEEDS AND WANT. HER
STORY AND ADVICE MEANT A LOT BECAUSE THEY ARE THINGS THAT YOU CAN LIVE BY AND ENCOURAGE OTHER CLIENTS TO LIVE BY.

BECAUSE BAD THINGS HAPPEN IN LIFE, DOESNT MAKE LIFE BAD.


CONCLUSION

JANE DOE, LIVED HER LIFE AND LIVED IT WELL. SHE FOCUSED AND APPLIED HERSELF TO HER
PERSONAL GOALS AND ALLOWED LITTLE DISTRACTIONS. THE FAMILY SUPPORT SYSTEM THAT
WAS ESTABLISHED FOR HER AT BIRTH WAS A STRONG SOURCE OF WORTHINESS FOR HER.
ALTHOUGH SHE EXPERIENCED TROUBLED TIME, MOTHER PASSING, EFFECTS OF SEGREGATION
AND INTEGRATION, JANE DOE ALWAYS WAS ABLE TO TURN TO HER FAMILY. AS CHILD SHE
DEVELOPED MANY POSITIVE OUTCOMES AND SAME AS AN ADULT. JANE DOE EXPERIENCED
NEGATIVE OUTCOMES DURING HIGH SCHOOL AND AS SHE EXPERIENCED MANY CHANGES.
SHE IS A CLIENT THAT YOU HAVE TO PAY ATTENTION TO HER NONVERBAL AND EMOTIONAL
RESPONSE TO THINGS BECAUSE SHE MASTERED HIDING THEM.
JANE DOE DEVELOPMENT CHART

Trust Mistrust Intimacy Isolation Generativity Stagnation

Shame and Role


Autonomy Identity
Doubt Confusion
Ego Despair

Initiative Guilt Industry Inferiority


SOURCES

ASHFORD, J.B., LECROY, C.W., AND LORTIE, K.L. (2006). HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN THE SOCIAL