I’m looking for someone that familiar with the DSM5 and ready right now to view a couple of cases which are small paragraphs. Give a paragraph style answer after reading giving the comprehensive application, synthesis and evaluation in their understanding after reading the case study using comprehensive information from the DSM5 to do so. This must be well written with in-depth reasoning behind your response. I need this now!!! As it is due within hours so if you can’t deliver now please don’t even attempt to take this job. This is for an Advanced Psychology class. Please see the attachment provided below. Needed in 2hrs max I need this right back !! YOU have to use the DSM 5
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I’m looking for someone that familiar with the DSM5 and ready right now to view a couple of cases which are small paragraphs. Give a paragraph style answer after reading giving the comprehensive application, synthesis and evaluation in their understanding after reading the case study using comprehensive information from the DSM5 to do so. This must be well written with in-depth reasoning behind your response. I need this now!!! As it is due within hours so if you can’t deliver now please don’t even attempt to take this job. This is for an Advanced Psychology class. Please see the attachment provided below. Needed in 2hrs max I need this right back !! 5. Carl is a 7 year old male who came to the clinic at the request of the school psychologist. Carl was described by his parents and teacher as overactive, difficult to control, with poor attention and concentration, and often failed to listen to and follow instructions for most of his life. He was also described as extremely impulsive and distractible, moving about tirelessly from one activity to another. Since the start of school he has repeatedly soiled his pants. For the last eight months, he has also started fights with his peers and openly challenged adults. He deliberately annoys people and blames others for his misbehavior. At home he talks back to his mother and father and swears at them when angry. He frequently throws temper tantrums, especially when asked to do something or his requests are denied. His constant badgering and whining are irritating to his parents and things are worse now since his father began having chemotherapy for cancer. Because of his illness the father has not been able to help his wife discipline or attend to Carl’s needs. Carl has asthma and wears glasses. 6. Lucy is a 12 year old female who lives with her mother. She was tested in the first grade and her IQ was measured to be around 50. She was also tested to determine her level of adaptive functioning which was consistent with her IQ. She attends special education classes with youth with similar cognitive delays she wears glasses and has been treated for asthma. Sara wets the bed almost every night and she has been doing this all her life. Sara gets along well with her mother. 7. Fred is a 13 year old referred by his mother. She was concerned that he has strange facial movements many times a day, accompanied by strange sounds or random words. He has been having these problems daily forover a year. After a physician indicated that this was not the result of substances or a medical condition, apsychiatric evaluation was recommended. Fred has been increasingly teased at school for his unusual behaviors. As a result, he often says that he is sick and does not want to attend school, although he was an excellent student until recently. The school has recommended that Fred be evaluated for special education services, but his mother hates to see him labeled and placed in a class with problem students 8. Jane – After 2 or 3 months of apparently normal development, Jane’s parents noticed that she didn’t seem to react to their smiles and vocalizations. She did not hold their gaze, and, unlike her siblings, failed to develop facial expressiveness or expected responses to her environment. As the months passed, she seemed to withdraw into her own world. Jane had learned few words by age 3, although she later would often repeat nonsense syllables in constant patterns. At age 8, she now engages in almost no social interaction, focusing instead on certain toys and other objects in an obsessive, sometimes ritualistic way. Weight gain, growth and physical measurements, including head size, have always been normal for her chronological age. Because of her marked social detachment, intelligence is difficult to test. Other functioning is generally consistent with tests that estimate her IQ at about 45, although she sometimes appears brighter. She has a history of bedwetting during the night. She has seizures which are controlled with medication. She has difficulty relating to her peers and siblings 9. Paul is a 16 year old male who has had difficulty in school since first grade. He is impulsive and has never seemed to complete his work. He had no significant developmental delays. His parents recall that before the first grade he had trouble focusing his attention on tasks or activities, including pleasurable ones. In school, he was repeatedly cited for not sitting still, leaving his seat and walking around the classroom without permission, forgetting simple assignments, and the like. His mother remembers telling his teachers that he was like a “whirlwind” from the time he learned to walk. He would talk incessantly, routinely intrude on others’ conversations, and monopolize discussions or activities to the extent that others avoided him at school and in other settings. His early schoolwork suffered considerably and he has few friends due to his impulsivity and annoying behaviors. He is constantly in trouble at home and at school, but genuinely seems to want to please adults. His parents frequently argue about how to handle his behavior and his siblings hate being around Paul. He has no known medical problems 10. Sarah is an attractive 34 year old female who is employed as a counselor at a local high school. While on date at a restaurant with an attractive male friend she unexpectedly became nauseous, began perspiring, trembled, experienced shortness of breath, and light headedness. She left the restaurant quickly not because of anything her friend had said. Sarah later found it difficult to leave her house because of an overwhelming fear that she would experience another episode like in the restaurant. She has never had other psychiatric symptoms, enjoys being with friends in her home, and is in good health. She takes no medications and denies drug or alcohol abuse. She has not been able to return to work and is on Family Medical Leave. She is experiencing financial distress.