Option A: People with antisocial personality disorder typically have no regard for right and wrong. They may often violate the law and the rights of others. They will lie, behave violently, and have abused drugs and alcohol. In your own words, describe the basic features of antisocial personality disorder. Explain why psychotherapy with this population is so likely to fail. Develop a short case (not covered in the course reading) of an individual with antisocial personality disorder to illustrate your point.
Option B: The prevalence of sleep and eating disorders has increased in recent years. Select one sleep or eating disorder to target for this discussion. In your own words, describe the precipitating factors, defining features, and treatment options. Develop a short case (not covered in the course reading) of an individual with your selected sleep or eating disorder to illustrate your point.