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Interpersonal Process Analysis Student: Date: Clinical Instructor: Patient’s Initials: PT Unit: 3 Current Legal Status (Vol, 5150, 5250, 30 day, T-Con, LPS-Conservatorship): Voluntary Multiaxial Diagnostic System: Axis I (Clinical Disorder): Major Depressive Disorder Axis II (Personality Disorder / Mental Retardation): Borderline Personality Disorder Axis III (General Medical Conditions): None Axis IV (Psychosocial and Environmental Problems): Relational, Financial Axis V (Global Assessment of Functioning Scale): 45 1. Description of the client: Age? Sex? Ethnicity? Marital Status? What precipitated hospitalization? Number of days in the hospital? Mental Status, etc. Client is a 43-year-old Caucasian female. She is in a stable relationship of 10 years with a same-sex partner, and has co-parented her partner’s 2 sons, ages 20 and 23. Client was admitted to Kaiser Mental Health Center in Unit 3 on May 4, 2010, for major depressive disorder and suicidal ideation with a plan to overdose on her antidepressants. She demonstrates good insight into her condition and asked for help from her out-patient psychiatrist. Her support system is very limited, consisting only her partner and two step-sons. Her partner has medical limitations and prevents her from visiting her in the hospital. Client come from a family with a long history of verbal abuse and violence. She stated that she was molested by an uncle for several years. She stated that she has been suffering from depression “all my life,” This is her third hospitalization. She attempted suicide last year by overdose. Her upper arms, neck,
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