The sign of an effective clinician is the ability to identify the criteria that distinguish the diagnosis from any other possibility (otherwise known as a differential diagnosis). An ambiguous clinical diagnosis can lead to a faulty course of treatment and hurt the client more than it helps. In this Assignment, using the DSM-5 and all of the skills you have acquired to date, you assess an actual case client named L who is presenting certain psychosocial problems (which would be diagnosed using Z codes).
This is a culmination of learning from all the weeks covered so far.
Submit the following 2-part Assignment:
Part A: A PowerPoint (PPT) presentation in which you (11-15 slides):
Part B (paper):
Provide a written diagnostic summary which: