Psychology Misdiagnosis of Psychological Disorders Discussions

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For this Discussion, you apply your knowledge of the DSM to the client case study uploaded below. Think about your rationale for this diagnosis. Also, consider  client risk factors for suicide.

Post a diagnosis of the client in the case study. Then explain your  rationale for assigning on the basis of the DSM. Finally,  explain whether this person is at risk for suicide and how you might specifically assess them for suicide. Justify your response  with client data and the current literature.

For this Discussion, consider the differences between medical conditions and psychological disorders. Also, within your personal scope of competency, think about ways to minimize misdiagnosis of clients. Consider best practices for diagnosis and treatment within your scope of competency.

Post an  example of how medical conditions might mimic psychological disorders. Then  explain two ways you might minimize instances of misdiagnosing a medical  condition as a psychological disorder. Finally, explain actions you might take  within your scope of personal competency if you suspect a medical condition and  why.

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