Review the brief case study below and provide a conceptualization of the case. Consider what symptoms are impacting his life, what disorder you believe to be present, any multicultural considerations, and what treatment you may consider as a part of his treatment plan. Provide a written 1-2 page conceptualization that includes the aforementioned considerations. A title page is not required for this case conceptualization. Andrew is a 39-year-old tradesman who reports feeling worked up, tense, and worried for most of his waking day. He has difficulty sleeping, particularly getting off to sleep. His chief complaint was that he was unable to stop worrying about ‘stupid little things’ that most people would take in their stride. He says that he often worries about everything and everyone. Examples of current worries were his ability to do his job properly, where he should go on vacation, his children′s lives, and whom he should invite to his 40th birthday party. He reported thinking things over and over in his head to try and plan and prepare but he always found that he couldn’t stop the process once started. He describes his thinking as jumping into rabbit hole after rabbit hole caught in his thinking about possible negative outcomes. In addition he reports feeling low and sad at the impact his inability to stop worrying had had on his and his family’s life. When he noticed these emotions he would try to think of ways of making things up to them by planning fun things to do as a family, but found that he was never able to settle on a suitable solution. Although he tells you that the emotion that he feels the most is anxiety, he does experience episodes of irritability and annoyance with himself and others. His characteristic thinking process is reported as lots of ″what ifs.″ For example, ‘What if I don’t get this job done on time?’ ‘What if they (my family) don’t like what I’ve done for them?’ He reports frequent headaches and bouts of nausea.