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Running head: CLINICAL ASSESMENT 1 Clinical Assessment Raven J Walker Psy/270 01/07/2012 University of Phoenix
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CLINICAL ASSESMENT 2 Clinical Assessment After reading the case of Clara I would like to state that Clara was adopted so she does not have the same genetics as the Lawson’s. It can very well be that the condition Clara is developing is from some kind of genetic deposition. Finding out more about Clara’s real parents is crucial to finding out more about Clara. Also finding out about Clara’s home life with the Lawson’s would be very helpful because they maybe arguing or maybe someone else in the house is doing something that is causing her erratic behavior, behavior around Clara is going to impact her behavior. Questions to ask are was Clara adopted at birth? Since she was just recently adopted where did she live before? Has there been in traumas in Clara’s life that could be causing this behavior? Has the teacher at school or other kids done something to her? Clinical assessments are meant for people older than Clara; she is really limited to
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