Beck Depression Inventory Analysis
Item analysis of James’s responses on this test indicates that he feels discouraged about his future more than it used to be. He looks back at sees a lot of failure in his life. He is not enjoying …show more content…
James completed The Beck Anxiety Inventory. He had a total raw score of 10 on this test, which places him in the mild clinical symptom range, related to anxiety. Scores from 0 to 7 are considered in the non-clinical symptom range, for The Beck Anxiety Inventory. Scores from 8 to 15 are considered in the mild clinical symptom range, for The Beck Anxiety Inventory.
Item analysis of James's responses on this test indicates that he has severe symptoms of inability to relax. He is reporting moderate symptoms of fear of the worst happening, his heart pounding and raising, and feeling nervous. James is reporting mild symptoms of fear of losing control.
THE MILLON CLINICAL MULTIAXIAL INVENTORY – 3RD EDITION was given to obtain insight into personality patterns and clinical symptoms. Test-taking behavior is also measured by this test. The MCMI – 3rd Edition reports are normed on patients who were in the early phases of assessment of psychotherapy for emotional discomfort or social difficulty. Respondents who do not fit this normative population or who have inappropriately taken the MCMI – 3rd Edition for non-clinical purposes may have inaccurate reports. The MCMI – 3rd Edition report is not considered …show more content…
James had a significant score for Clinical Syndromes. James's score for Anxiety Disorder (BR 80) was in the Significant Range.
This client is reporting many symptoms associated with anxiety. High scores on this scale are often seen in patients who are restless, anxious, and apprehensive. These patients tend to have a variety of somatic complaints associated with physiological over arousal. These complaints may include insomnia, headaches, and nausea. They may also report clammy hands and heart palpitations. The symptoms appear to be experienced by this patient are described as moderate in terms of degree of intensity.
CONNERS ADULT ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER RATING SCALE SHORT VERSION (CAARS) is a self-report that identifies significant symptoms of ADHD in the adult population. It was given to obtain insight into symptoms consistent with adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The CAARS is designed to assess ADHD symptoms, based upon five sub-scores. The sub-scores include Inattention/Memory Problems, Hyperactivity/Restlessness, Impulsivity/Emotional Lability, Problems with Self-Concept, and ADHD