Health Intervention Case Study. Writting Guidelines in the Paper Requirements BelowOrder DescriptionThis coursework is a problem-based learning exercise, which requires you to write a case studyreport containing an evaluation of the problem (i.e. the case study) and your proposals for whataction you think should be taken to address the problem (i.e. a treatment intervention ormanagement plan for that case). Choose ONE case study and think about how it relates to thematerial taught in this module.CASE STUDIESHEALTH INTERVENTION CASE STUDIES – CHOOSE ONE CASE ONLYCASE AFrancis Grant is 39 years old and has recently returned to full-time work as the manager of abusy sales team following the birth of her first child. She enjoyed her maternity leave and wasunsure about going back to work full-time. However, Francis has always been very ambitious,having worked her way up the ranks in this company since she left school, and felt that having ababy should not interfere with her plans. She is finding the workload hard to manage, hasdifficulty concentrating at times and in prioritising tasks. Since returning to work she hasexperienced several acute episodes of palpitations and sweating. She recently brought thewrong USB stick with her to an important presentation and was unable to give the sales pitch ontime, the presentation had to be couriered over which caused delays and meant that thecustomer did not offer her company the contract. Francis’s husband, Charles (44), has alwaysbeen supportive but has recently lost his job in the City and though he was initially pleasedabout the baby now seems distracted and withdrawn and appears to have lost interest in bothof them. Charles hasn’t looked into finding a new job, gets up late, and does nothing to helpwith the baby. Francis has to take the baby to the nursery on the way to work and pick her upagain. Francis has tried to encourage Charles to go to the GP but he refuses to go saying thatthere’s nothing wrong with him. Francis feels quite socially isolated, struggling with her role as anew mum and the pressures of her job, and is worried that Charles appears to be depressed.Her parents and brother live in Australia and she hasn’t got friends nearby as they moved toLondon for Charles’s job. She visits her GP who diagnoses anxiety caused by stress and discussestreatment options with her, suggesting trying either CBT or counselling.CASE BRuben is a 30 year old homosexual man living in Brixton with his mother. He smokes 20cigarettes a day, does not exercise and is currently unemployed. Ruben was aware of hissexuality when he was in his teens; and was bullied at school as a consequence of his emergingsexuality. Whilst his mother had been supportive of Ruben’s sexuality, his father had refused totalk to him, where arguments between his parents had erupted. Ruben’s mother had been givenan ultimatum by her husband stating its ‘either me or him’. She decided to protect and supporther son, which resulted in divorce. Ruben has feelings of guilt and depression and blameshimself for his parent’s divorce. Also, he has had recent concerns that since he is the only child,he would not provide his parents with any grandchildren. Ruben began binge eating largeamounts of food within two hour periods. Most of his food binges are sweet foods where hisdietary intake has gradually deteriorated. Ruben reports a total loss of control during suchepisodes. This is followed by inappropriate and recurrent compensatory behaviours in order toavoid gaining weight. Ruben goes through a combination of fasting (including diet drinks and thesubstitution of food for vitamins and herbal medications including diuretics) and laxativesincluding very high doses of vitamin C. This pattern of binging and compensatory behaviourshas lasted for several years. Whilst he tried to keep his eating behaviour from his mother, shehas become aware of the situation and wishes to organise treatment for him. Ruben is close tohis mother, but at times he feels that she can be overpowering and overbearing at times. TheG.P has referred Ruben to you for treatment.The report should contain the following sections:? Background to the problem. The following points may be discussed:1. Knowledge of the case problem described2. Historical and conceptual background of the problem and any psychological,environmental and social issues associated with it3. The nature of the problem being addressed in the intervention4. The role of culture, gender, ethnicity and age? Design of intervention. The following points may be discussed:1. Background to the type of intervention being used2. Reference to where the intervention is going to be delivered144. A clear justification for the type of intervention5. The theoretical basis of the intervention6. The pros and cons of the theory used and justification for the theoreticalbackground used.7. Psychological and social factors relevant to the intervention8. A clear description of the intervention to enable replication9. Effectiveness of the intervention10. Summary of the expected outcome of the intervention with clear justification? Problems to be envisaged in the application: This may contain a discussion of thefollowing:1. Any relevant issues in carrying out the intervention2. An appreciation of what could be done next3. Critical appreciation of the benefits of the intervention.USE HEADLINES PLEASE.