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Assignment Clinical Assessment

Course Number: PSY/270 PSY/270, Fall 2010

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Assignment: Clinical Assessment 1. I would ask the family if they had any information on Claras birth family, what were the circumstances surrounding her adoption? Did Claras birth family voluntarily give her up for adoption or was Clara forcibly taken from them, if so, why? Was Clara in a foster home? Are there any siblings in the family, if so, are they older or younger, same sex or opposite sex? Is there a...

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Clinical Assignment: Assessment 1. I would ask the family if they had any information on Claras birth family, what were the circumstances surrounding her adoption? Did Claras birth family voluntarily give her up for adoption or was Clara forcibly taken from them, if so, why? Was Clara in a foster home? Are there any siblings in the family, if so, are they older or younger, same sex or opposite sex? Is there a daily routine in place for Clara? How has Clara been in your custody? Is there anything in particular that seems to trigger Claras tantrums? Have you found any methods that make these tantrums better or worse? Has anything happened at school recently? situation. Letting the Dr evaluate Clara in her everyday environment might give them an idea of what triggers tantrums and an insight as to suggestions for how to plan a daily routine for Clara. 2. In my opinion it would be beneficial to use a naturalist observation in this 3. In my opinion you would have to have your clinical assessment completed so that you could know all of the history of the family and the circumstances surrounding adoption. the Is this something that is closely related to the adoption or the birth family or is there something that has happened recently to trigger Claras symptoms? Has something happened at Claras school to trigger these reactions? 4. Axis I- Is the person displaying a disorder found and the list of clinical syndromes that cause severe impairment. Axis II- Is the person suffering from a disorder listed that is frequently overlooked on Axis I. Axis III-Asks for information concerning relevant medical conditions from which the person is currently suffering. Axis IV- Asks about special environmental or psychosocial problems the person is facing, such as housing or schools problems. Axis V- Requires the diagnostician to make a global assessment of functioning, that is to rate the persons psychological, social, and occupational functionings, overall. 5. I dont think that diagnosing Clara would be harmful if all of the information is gathered and a formal diagnosis can be reached. Generally therapy is effective when the patient and the family can work together for the greater good.

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