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Review Josh’s recorded video of his intake interview with therapist Dr. Amy Wenzel, and complete the attached biopsychosocial assessment.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

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This assignment is informed by the following CACREP Standards:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety and Depression (Session 1 of 6)

1: Opening the Session

Josh, I’m so glad you were able to come in for a visit today.

JOSH: Um hmm.

AMY WENZEL:

5 seconds AMY WENZEL

[00:05] AMY WENZELWhat was it you were hoping to accomplish today in our visit?

JOSH: Um, I just thought it was a good opportunity

10 seconds JOSH

[00:10] JOSHto take care of some of the anxiety issues, or at least talk about it.

AMY WENZEL: Sure.

JOSH: So any opportunity I have, especially because I’m not fully insured to talk about it with a professional. I usually take up, pretty frugal that way.

AMY WENZEL: Yeah. No, it sounds like you’re seizing an opportunity and we’re gonna

30 seconds AMY WENZEL

[00:30] AMY WENZELmake the best use of it.

JOSH: Yeah.

AMY WENZEL: That’s terrific. That’s terrific. So I definitely wanna hear more about the anxiety and then so one of the things that I was hoping to do here today is to hear a bit more specifically what you’re experiencing in terms of anxiety and I saw in here there’s a little bit of depression as well. So we’ll kind of talk about, not only those emotional experiences that you’re having, but also some of the things going on in your life, the stressers and things that might trigger some of the depression and anxiety. And as you’re talking I will link what you’re talking about to the questionnaire here, to some of the responses that you made on here. And then I’ll also link it to this model right here. This is the cognitive behavioral model that underlies the particular type of therapy that I do, cognitive behavioral therapy.

1 minute 15 seconds AMY WENZEL

[01:15] AMY WENZELAnd this is a way of just really making sense of your emotional experiences and other experiences in your life. So as you’re telling me about this, we’ll kind of make sense of it in terms of this model so you can start to understand how the pieces get put together.

JOSH: Sure.

AMY WENZEL: How does that sound?

JOSH: Uh, yeah,

1 minute 30 seconds JOSH

[01:30] JOSHthat sounds fine. It looks a good, looks like a pretty textbook model.

AMY WENZEL:

1 minute 35 seconds AMY WENZEL

[01:35] AMY WENZELTextbook model, you got it. You got it.

JOSH: Very professional.

AMY WENZEL: Good. Good. You know, the other thing I was hoping to do here today was just share a little bit more about what cognitive behavioral therapy’s all about and just hear from you if you think it’s a g

CNL-605: Biopsychosocial Assessment Template

Client’s Name: Enter client’s name here.

Date: Select or enter the date here.

DOB: Select or enter the client’s DOB here.

Age: Enter the client’s age here.

Start Time: Enter the start time here.

End Time: Enter the end time here.


Identifying Information:


[Enter client’s identifying information here.]


Presenting Problem/Chief Complaint:


[Enter client’s presenting problem/chief complaint here.]


Substance Use History:


[Enter client’s substance use history here.]





Addictions (i.e., gambling, pornography, video gaming):


[Enter client’s addictions here.]


Medical History/Mental Health History/Hospitalizations:


[Enter client’s medical history, mental health history, and/or hospitalizations here.]


Abuse/Trauma History:


[Enter client’s abuse/trauma history here.]


Social History and Resources:


[Enter client’s social history and resources here.]


Legal History:


[Enter client’s legal history here.]





Educational History:


[Enter client’s identifying information here.]


Family History:


[Enter client’s family history here.]


Cultural Factors:


[Enter client’s cultural factors here.]


Resources, Strengths, and Weaknesses:


[Enter client’s resources, strengths, and weaknesses here.]


Case Conceptualization (Conceptualize the case using your preferred theoretical orientation):


[Enter your case conceptualization here.]


Clinical Justification:

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Course Code Class Code Assignment Title Total Points
CNL-605 CNL-605-O500 CNL-605 Benchmark – Treating Schizophrenia (Obj. 5.1) 110.0
Criteria Percentage Unsatisfactory (0.00%) Less Than Satisfactory (74.00%) Satisfactory (79.00%) Good (87.00%) Excellent (100.00%) Comments Points Earned
Content 70.0%
Schizophrenia Symptoms 20.0% Explanation of the symptoms a client with schizophrenia would exhibit and what symptoms Ted displays in the case study is not present or discernable to the reader. Explanation of the symptoms a client with schizophrenia would exhibit and what symptoms Ted displays in the case study is incomplete or contains some flaws, though the content provided is generally accurate. Explanation of the symptoms a client with schizophrenia would exhibit and what symptoms Ted displays in the case study is complete and accurate. Explanation of the symptoms a client with schizophrenia would exhibit and what symptoms Ted displays in the case study is thorough and well-reasoned. Explanation of the symptoms a client with schizophrenia would exhibit and what symptoms Ted displays in the case study is complete, accurate, well-reasoned, and fully supported. Student illustrates advanced understanding of the symptoms.
Possible Secondary Diagnoses 20.0% Explanation of potential secondary diagnoses and evidence needed to support the diagnoses and why is not present or not discernible to the reader. Explanation of potential secondary diagnoses and evidence needed to support the diagnoses and why is incomplete or contains some flaws, though the content provided is generally accurate. Explanation of potential secondary diagnoses and evidence needed to support the diagnoses and why is complete and accurate. Explanation of potential secondary diagnoses and evidence needed to support the diagnoses and why is thorough and well-reasoned. Explanation of potential secondary diagnoses and evidence needed to support the diagnoses and why is complete, accurate, well-reasoned, and fully supported. Student illustrates advanced understanding of how a client may be misdiagnosed.
Theories for Treating Ted’s Schizophrenia 10.0% Explanation of theories that might be most effective and least effective for treating Ted’s schizophrenia is not present or not discernible to the reader. Explanation of theories that might be most effective and least effective for treating Ted’s schizophrenia is incomplete or contains some flaws, though the content provided is generally accurate. Explanation of theories

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