Visibly anxious, high school teenager Anna starts off the interview divulging that she’s not happy and “Mondays are hard.” Anna currently has headaches and her
While Chase talks to the interviewer he occasionally bursts out laughing and
Claire describes her mood as decent though lately she feels more overwhelmed than passionate about her work. Claire used to love to read,
Dan, teen, currently exhibits signs of moderate cannabis intoxication. Dan tells the nurse that he sometimes drives under the influence of marijuana, and it’s apparent
The female patient, Jessica, is in a manic state with high physical energy and
Mr. Smith is an 80 year old male living with his son and daughter in-law after having a stroke (no residual). Mr. Smith’s recent memory is impaired
Natalie exhibits a flat, nearly blank expression, makes poor eye contact and often seems on the verge of tears. Natalie is here because she told her dad that
Paul, late teens, exudes all the confidence on the outside that he lacks on the inside. Deep pain lurks beneath every smile. Paul reveals that he watched
Ryan was brought to the hospital after having a panic attack in the parking lot of a movie theater, during which he felt he was going to die.
Scott, a male chef working for a family of 2 adults and 4 children was brought into the hospital by his boyfriend after exhibiting hypomania, intrusive behavior,
Susan is 75 years old, young looking Caucasian female, with advanced stage Alzheimer’s Dementia. She exhibits agitation, poor judgment,
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