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began, Nathan described some events when he was at school where he felt bullied by other students, and misunderstood and punished by his teachers. Before he finished school, and at his parents’ insistence, he also attended an internship at a job training and technical institute. During this time he felt ‘constantly bullied’ and ridiculed by his supervisors, managers, and peers. He felt that this treatment interfered with his ability to work, and that it had created a vicious cycle for him. Nathan had previously tried to ‘change things’ and open up new opportunities by
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CASE ANALYSIS 5 pursuing a university qualification; but he expressed disappointment that it had ‘not helped’. Nathan described similar unfair treatment in jobs gained after the qualification, and the pattern of short-term and unsatisfactory employment continued for him. He also described lacking a sense of achievement with his life, including his work, and a feeling of hopelessness in the solution regarding his employment given the previous failed attempt to address it. Nathan reported difficulties falling sleep at night and having poor quality sleep.
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CASE ANALYSIS 6 References American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (DSM-5®) . American Psychiatric Pub. American Psychiatric Association, & American Psychiatric Association. DSM-5 Task Force. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders: DSM-5™. Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing . First, M. B., Reed, G. M., Hyman, S. E., & Saxena, S. (2015). The development of the ICD 11 clinical descriptions and diagnostic guidelines for mental and behavioural disorders. World Psychiatry , 14 (1), 82-90. Nolen-Hoeksema, S. (2015). Abnormal psychology . Boston: McGraw-Hill. Parnas, J. (2015). Differential diagnosis and current polythetic classification. World Psychiatry , 14 (3), 284-287.
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