So in general we could describe the process of making a case study in the following way. At first, it is an analysis of the event than took place in reality; in the process you should define ways of solution for this specific case; you should think about the pros and cons of the rehabilitation strategies; and at last advise the best way out or a solution.
There is a type or writing case studies, it's writing on psychological topics. These case studies involve a characteristic of a real person's problem. Fr the students' works also imagined people and the TV-show/book character are taken to examination. To begin the case study process we should mention at first place the client's background, namely age, gender, work, health status, family mental health history, family and social relationships, drug and alcohol history, life difficulties, goals, and coping skills and weaknesses. Then there should be described the very problem and the symptoms which suffers the subject in the case study. Here we should write every physical, mental and emotional feelings of a client. Then the psychotherapist should give the diagnosis and explain in what way he reached it and if it was difficult get to know what kind of disorder it is. Then the paper should include the intervention designed to help the person investigated. (1)
Also the psychiatric therapy of treating the client and the client's possible response should be described. The effective and non-effective sides are to be analyzed. An information about the type of treatment should be provided.
During the recent years, investigators have become gradually more interested in the psychological effect of injury and how sportsmen react to being injured. This resulted in an development of knowledge about the psychological rehabilitation made by sportsmen during the injury, and the successive effect of these on psychological state and strict adherence to rehabilitation course. Even though preferably the psychological support of injured sportsmen should be rendered by psychology professionals, in practice it is frequently implemented unceremoniously by physiotherapists. While physiotherapists normally approach to psychological components of injury as to very important issue, recent investigation shows that most of them do not consider themselves to be able to deal with these concepts and think that additional training is necessary (2). Moreover, a related analysis of patient's opinions showed that injured sportsmen think that doctors had not really considered the emotional effect of their traumas(3).
Let us examine one case of writing psychological case study. The subject is female, 20 years old soccer player. The problem lies in the following: she picked up injury in a game and dislocated the right shoulder; the injury is stopping her play. She is apprehensive of playing the game again. In general we can mention that any sport's activity includes a risk of getting injured. For example, in U.S. high schools the rate of traumatizing amongst teens from 15 to 20 is 12-30% per year. In Australia this rate is 20% per year, it is judging by the number of pupils attending the child emergency room. In the high sport the rate of injuries is even greater, amounting for 70-80% per year. And some studies have shown that the injury rate amongst elite sportsmen is 65% and 91% per year. From the point of view of the economy injuries of the sportsmen cost