I will pay for the following article The case of Susan. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. On an overall basis, I would rate the linguistic problem as being the greatest difficulty in treating this patient. If I had been conversant with her language and cultural norms, I feel it would have been far easier for her to build trust enough to communicate her problems freely. Moreover, it appears that in Susan’s case, there is also a great load of trauma that she is carrying in her mind, through a series of tragic events, including the suicide of her husband and what she may perceive as the betrayal of her friend through her failure to support her. Moreover, using interpreters on an ad hoc basis and having to communicate through them is the most difficult aspect of all because it does not provide for that one on one contact which can be so informative for a health care provider. This is not a problem I would face with a family that knows English, since it would be easier to slowly build the levels of trust necessary for the patient to discuss her problems for effective treatment dispersal.