Morgan Geyser, 12, and Anissa Weier, 13 two Wisconsin girls are accused for intentionally trying to kill classmate Payton Leutner so a fictional online character called Slender Man would not harm them, or their families.
On 12/27/16 I was faxed 26 pages of the initial evaluations and treatment plans, from the Lighthouse, speech, physically therapy and counseling all provided reports.
"Two 12-year-old girls are facing attempted murder charges for allegedly stabbing another girl 19 times in the woods in Waukesha, Wisconsin; police say they were trying to please an online demonic creature called "Slender Man." (http://www.nbcnews.com).
The ARC recognized your strong leadership and MHA of NorCal for its “Mental Health Matters” monthly television show that educates the community about mental health services and supports in Sacramento. MHA of NorCal was also acknowledged for its statewide coordinated efforts for peer support training and technical assistance and the ability to manage 50 peer support groups. The ARC did note that MHA of NorCal could benefit from board development
On Thursday July 14, 2016 at approximately 2115 hours. Security Officer Ariel Weiland (419) responded to a (53D) Disorderly Patient in Medical Unit at room 2128. Upon arrival SO Weiland spoke with Charge Nurse Marigene Pasadas who stated the patient, William Adams (DOB/FIN: 12/31/1938-85892780) was trying to get out of bed and was not allowed to do so, due to medical issues. Mr. Adams was agitated and being verbally abusive to medical staff. Officer Weiland informed him that in order to get help him he had to work with medical staff and Security. Mr. Adams was also advised to refrain from using profanity and yelling or calling medical staff names. Mr. Adams agreed to cooperate and began explaining to the Officer that he wanted to sit up in
Ryan Buschell was careening towards disaster. Becca Abeles was about to give his university proof that he cheated on a paper and used drugs. At best, he would fail a course. At worst, he’d be expelled. Either way, he would lose his 20 million dollar trust fund. The defendant was at his wits’ end; he tried convince Becca to keep quiet, but she refused. In his eyes, Becca stabbed him in the back. So what did he do? He stabbed her in the chest.
The patient is a middle-aged white male. He appears to be well kempt, dressed neatly but casually and somewhat dully in jeans and a button-down shirt. He is slightly overweight. He responds to the interviewer in a friendly and cooperative manner, and they seem to have adequate rapport. He mostly maintains good eye contact, although not staring, and he tends to look briefly away when relating incidents that could make him emotional. He tends to respond positively when answering followup questions, for example agreeing that even when not having an anxiety attack, he does worry about when the next might strike, and curtails his activities as a result. His facial expression
Criteria A: The individual experiences obsessions, compulsions, or both. Obsessions are recurring thoughts, urges, or images that are invasive and undesirable. They can be identified with anxiety or distress. Individuals also try and ignore the thoughts, urges, or images or counteract them with other actions. Compulsions are recurrent behaviors or metal actions in which the individual feels obligated to make in reply to an obsession. The recurrent behaviors or mental actions attempt to end or reduce the anxiety or distress, however, the behaviors or mental actions are not linked in an accurate way in what they are supposed to counteract or avoid.
LS is a 44 year-old female of African and Hispanic decent. She was born in California but moved to Las Vegas as a teenager. She stated that she attended Clark High School and went to a “stewardess college” in California. She worked as a stewardess for 4 years and quit in 1986. Her father was African-American and her mother is Hispanic. She has 4 brothers and 2 sisters. She is married and lives with her husband and his son in their private home. She
The agency is dominated by the adolescent aged (10-22yrs) who may remain in the program until 22nd birthday. However, people not allowed joining after 18 yrs old. An IQ score between 50- 70 is required, these clients are considered unique. IQ scores above a 70 are at times admitted. Admission assessments are at times difficult; clients sometimes develop masked IQs due to trauma, mistrust, etc which is becomes evident as the client becomes stable. Although the organization offers essential services and care to more than 55,000 of New York's most disabled individuals from low-income families and families with disabled adults (Cladwell et.al. 2014); Mr. Brenner considers OPWDD to be the golden ticket. Unlike SCO Family of Services, the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities provides long-term care. Obtaining admissions into OPWDD is extremely difficult, clients must posses an IQ below 70 and will not be accepted if mental issues are greater than learning disabilities.
As I arrived to the Mental Health Resource Center the team leader had been waiting upon my arrival. The team leader placed a three-pronged binder filled with papers in my field of view along with a pen to sign my name. The paper being signed is a confidentiality form, stating all names and events concerning any patient must not be repeated. After the paperwork and some rules were placed, I officially entered the facility. The team leader toured the office showing where the main meetings occur, the nurse’s quarters, kitchen and the doctor’s office.
After the implementation of the (Brad H) stipulation, mandates regarding how treatment was administered evolved to effectively provide mental health treatment to the criminal justice population. Class members’ charts must outline appropriate treatment recommendations, level of functioning, mental health status, and diagnosis. The stipulation also meticulously outlines how aftercare services are monitored and measured. Consistent oversight by two court appointed monitors was implemented so that compliance to mandates are routinely tracked and observed. Class members diagnosed with a severe mental health disorder (SMI) receives a distinguished level of treatment reflective of their treatment needs. Class members who are not diagnosed with a SMI status receives a lower level of aftercare services and/or treatment needs.
Counselor received the mental health report back from Dr. Villanueva regarding Nick. The paperwork states that he is diagnosed with Autism and ADHD. He is currently taking Ritalin. It states that continued use of medication is recommended. It states that his condition will interfere with employment because he has difficulty staying on task, is easily distracted, and is unmotivated. The doctor did release him to work part-time but not full.
Evidence of effectiveness- A study conducted in Brisbane State high school as cohort based randomized control trial with 134 participants in grade 9-year students, the previous year 9 (n=126) acted as control group with 10 months follow up. Results reveals that students with intervention conditions of hopelessness reported significantly lower level of depressive symptoms and improved mental health and well-being. 
In the month of May,2015 two twelve-year-old girls stabbed their friend,Payton Leutner, nineteen times repeatedly.Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser said that they attempted to kill their friend to be accepted into the mansion of a fictional character that goes by the name of “Slenderman”.The two girls lured their dear friend into the woods where they stabbed her and then left her to die. Luckley, Payten