Building on the attached case study of Lisa, clearly describe and discuss your social work practice approach using aboriginal and innovative practice modalities within a cultural context. This assignment is about refining your approach to practice by integrating all of the theories and practices learned through the required readings. You will demonstrate your understanding of the core concepts of social work practice within an aboriginal and/or cultural framework. In the paper apply the following questions: The case study takes place in Kelowna, BC and Lisa is from Igloolik, Nunavut originally, where she moved from 20 years ago. The assessment, interpretive summary and plan must be written from the perspective of a 40 something year old white male social worker, working with an Inuit Woman. Discuss concurrent disorders (her mental health issues of PTSD, Depression and anxiety, alongside her substance abuse issues) and the theory of wraparound, or holistic collaborative work between various professionals in a dynamic team. As an addendum to the attached case study, Lisa is estranged from her mother who is an alcoholic and still lives in Igloolik. Lisa\’s mom drank throughout her pregnancy and so there is a question of whether or not Lisa may have FASD as well. • What would be an ideal aboriginal and/or innovative approaches to helping the individual within the case study? • Describe the approaches you would use from the assessment, intervention and termination of the case, you may include diagrams. • Include 5 peer reviewed external articles as well as the attached readings below, that guide your assessment and intervention in a culturally responsive way with the case situation. Briere, J. (2002). Treating adult survivors of severe childhood abuse and neglect: Further development of an integrative model. Burns, D. (1999). The feeling good handbook. Penguin Group. Duran, E. (2006). Healing the Soul Wound: Counseling with American Indians and Other Native Peoples. Teachers College, Columbia University: New York. Haskell, C. & Randall, M. (2009). Disrupted Attachments: a social context complex trauma framework and the lives of Aboriginal peoples in Canada. Hays, Pamela A. (2008). Addressing cultural complexities in practice: assessment, diagnosis, and therapy. (2nd ed.).Washington, DC. American Psychological Association. • Explain how you see your approach as being decolonizing and meaningful to the individual. • What family, friends or community organizations/members might you include as supports within your intervention? Explain why and how. • What cultural approaches and methods might you use within this situation? Who might you involve to assist you to do this? • What language considerations or factors might be an issue for you in this situation? • Describe which two personal biases (White male) and or values you are aware of that may influence how you intervene and work with this specific client. • Discuss how you are dealing with these two biases within your practice with this individual • Discuss 1 or 2 cultural or community and/or community protocols that you must consider in doing the intervention. Provide at least 2 examples. • What are the four most important values that you believe are guiding you in your practice approach? Explain why and how you are applying them specifically to this case scenario. • What has been your greatest/challenging learning about yourself and your future practice by applying your intervention to this case study?