Amanda knows she is not healthy. She is close to being emaciated. Her slender frame reveals that she is well below a normal, healthy weight.
Daniel talks to Dr. Lindsey about school, his excellent grades, his friend Justin, his interest in Legos and how he’s currently feeling: mad.
Mr. Loman displays symptoms consistent with an episode of mania.
Katie and her mother have come to visit the therapist today based on Katie’s reoccurring tantrums and difficult behaviors.
Mrs. Tilman recently gave birth to her first child and has come to see the doctor.
Lisa arrives at the emergency room because her addiction issues with cocaine (crack cocaine) have gotten out of control.
Kristina is hesitant to see the doctor, unsure if anything can help her current nightmare.
Jessica, a police officer, did not recognize the signs of suicide for a call she responded to.
This training title shows Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) with Traumatic Brain Injury.
During mental status examination, Virgil is anxious and fidgety, often with pauses in his speech.
In questioning, Josh admits to having had suicidal thoughts in the past.
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