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3.What is a normal day of meals for you? What is a normal day of activity for you?4.What do you do with your friends for fun? 5.Any thoughts of suicide? Do you feel depressed?Based on the results of the questions asked, further information could be gathered for each question. Care must be taken to not appear to be probing or trying to act in a parenting manner. Maintaining professionalism is important to gain the trust of this patient. A calm approach that is non judgemental may appear less threatening. Her lack of eye contact may cause the practitioner to feel as though she is in not engaging in the assessment but allowing her the time to gain a comfortable level of trust can prove to be beneficial.ChallengesAdolescents and young adults (AYA) are a developmentally distinct group, vulnerable to
psychosocial late effects and with a range of unmet psychosocial needs. (Barakat et al., 2019) Having the ability to engage with this age of patient is a skill. They need to trust and feel that what they are saying has value. That being said, there also has to be a level of authority that is maintained by the practitioner. There may be a challenge in obtaining the drug testing that the