To summarize the assessment set, we are clearly focused on the individual’s crisis. We have it clearly defined. We have assessed the individual and his total situation sufficiently to develop a “picture” of what is happening. We have developed a causal explanation of the crisis that includes the precipitating event, and we have explored the cumulative and the unseen effects. Basically, we are focused on the crisis and have a good idea about what is going on, what happened, and what might happen. In addition, we have been sufficiently involved with the individual to enable him to develop a similar understanding of what is happening, what happened, and what is likely to happen. Now we are ready to develop our intervention hypothesis—our possible solution.