Treatment guidelines from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration indicate that treatment should include age-appropriate group therapy, and teach skills to rebuild social support networks (Trevisan, 2008). Staff need to be experienced in working with the elderly and use a slower pace and age-appropriate content. Respect with an
Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of DSM-IV TR, as well as new changes for DSM-V.
SAMPLE CLINICAL ASSESSMENT REPORT identification data Name : Johan Dollah Age : 35 Date of birth : 16 February 1976. Sex : Male Race : Malay Education : Degree in Computer Science, Australia Occupation : Computer programmer at NEXIS Communications Marital Status : Married with three children pROBLEM Chief Complaint Mr Johan experiences symptoms of panic attack when he feels self-conscious in front of other people when performing certain tasks. He reported feeling faint and had black out of thoughts during those episodes, whereby he was not able to think of anything. Both his hands would tremble and become numb. He would also be sweating but experienced no symptoms of pounding heart or choking
Running head: A COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH ASSESSMENT OF M. H. 1 A Comprehensive Health Assessment of M. H. Nicole M. Henneberg Empire State College A COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH ASSESSMENT OF M. H. 2 The purpose of this paper is to discuss the results of a comprehensive health assessment on a patient of my choosing. This comprehensive assessment included the patient 's complete health history and a head-to-toe physical examination. The complete health history information was obtained by interviewing the patient, who was considered to be a reliable source. Other sources of data, such as medical records, were not available at the time of the interview. Physical examination data was obtained
Abstract Throughout this complete health assessment, I will approach my patient, a 49 years old, female, married patient, and perform a head to toe examination. Starting with the gathering of information, I will start with biographic data, reason for seeking care, present illness, past health history, family history, functional assessment, perception of health, head to toe examination, and baseline measurements. The subjective data will be collected first, where the patient will provide necessary information about every organ system for further examination while the objective data will be amassed in every system based on my findings. This assignment serves as an opportunity to establish a nurse-client interpersonal relationship that
PO had no service plan open in this dimension due to participating only one week in treatment. PO reported that he is living with his fiancé and her children at this time. PO reported he is not working due to working increased a level of stress and anxiety into his daily life. PO reported attending AA meeting and communicating with his sponsor regularly. PO will benefit from building and utilizing positive
Mental health: Client reported that he is currently waiting for an appointment for MH services from his OTP. The client reported his intention to continue attending a PTSD support group while in the program. Client denied having any S/I and H/I at this time.
DAS is recommended for this group as it is reliable and gives correct prediction and outcomes regarding depression. This assessment tool is easy to use; it is a self-report scale consisting of 40 items with each item having a statement and 7-point Likert scale. The questions used in this assessment are direct and easy making it efficient for most individuals' use (de Graaf, Roelofs, & Huibers, 2009). Besides,
Babor, T. F, Higgins-Biddle, J.C, Saunders, J.B, Monteiro M. G. (2001). The alcohol use disorders: Identification test guidelines for use in primary care (2nd ed). World Health Organization
Wellness Coach Teresa Cain met with Walter Hallet to discuss his apartment inspection, medical health, and mental health. Walter Hallet scheduled apartment inspection was on 12/6/2016. Wellness Coach went to Mr. Hallet’s residence to conduct an apartment inspection but he denied me access. Wellness Coach responded okay and then informed
A. Infant death - congenital anomalies, SIDS,and short gestation Young children- injuries, cancer and congenial anomalies Teen and adults up to 35 - violent death from unintentional injury, homicide and suicide
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program Autumn Spyksma and Emily Sze Description: Alcohol and Drug Treatment program is designed to help people who are abusing the use of alcohol and drugs before serious health issues or addictions. The patient will be taken into a secluded area, where they will receive a personal room room and schedule set up with appointments, therapy sessions, and medical treatment to help cope with their specific addictions. Patients are allowed to stay as long as necessary, or until the professionals feels as if they patients has had sufficient treatment, and will be able to live adequately by themselves outside of the facility. If the person were to relapse, the program will welcome the patient to come back to receive further
Within the past month the veteran displayed poor distress tolerance, calling a prosecutor an “asshole” after being told that his past record would be taken into consideration. The veteran also has maladaptive schemas and unhealthy core beliefs (he can’t have get married, he will become abusive). “Preliminary maladaptive schemas in most cases are the foundations of behavioral disorders such as anxiety, depression, substance use disorder, physical/mental health disorders (Mehdi R., 2015, p.
II. Cultural The patient was born in Lagos, Nigeria. He migrated into the United States six years ago, October, 2009 through family ties. His highest education is high
What do the effects of sleep deprivation have on people? When a person does not get enough sleep, he or she is depriving his or her body of something that it needs. A delightful sleep is one of the most satisfying human experiences with a role to play in supporting a good mood and cognitive acuity as well as in promoting physiologic balance and resilience (Chittora, Jain and Suhalka). People think because they get an insufficient number of hours of sleep, they will not have an emotional impact by it. Sleep is a required need for peoples’ day to day life to be able to perform and stay healthy emotionally and physically. The effects of sleep deprivation are an issue because it affects mood, performance, and health.