Coun 521 Psychological Report Essay

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Practice Psychological Report for
COUN 521
Catherine Kleinschmit
Liberty University

Psychological Report
Name: Kimberly Ann Brown
DOB: May 31, 1966 Age: 48
Gender: F
Address: 595 Seventh Ave, Atlanta, Ga. 30258
Phone number (s): Home- 404-678-1275, Work 404-478-7887
Emergency Contact: Shawn Brown, husband. 404-601-4582 (cell)
Therapist: Catherine Kleinschmit, LMFT
Date of Assessment: February 3, 2015
REASON FOR TESTING: Kimberly came to Touch of Healing Counseling Center as a referral from Oak Park Church. She is being considered for the position of senior pastor at Oak Park Church. The leadership team of the church requested she be evaluated for suitableness for the position of senior pastor.
ASSESSMENT METHODS:
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These five factors are extraversion, agreeableness, contentiousness, neuroticism and openness to experience. Answers to each item are graded along a five-point scale. Scores are provided in percentiles, with 30 or lower classified as “low”, scores of 30-70 are “average” and anything above 70 is considered “high.” Kimberly’s scores are shown here: Extraversion | 22 | Agreeableness | 49 | Conscientiousness | 35 | Neuroticism | 42 | Openness to Experience | 2 | Friendliness | 24 | Trust | 75 | Self-Efficacy | 56 | Anxiety | 25 | Imagination | 66 | Gregariousness | 8 | Morality | 28 | Orderliness | 12 | Anger | 74 | Artistic Interest | 1 | Assertiveness | 49 | Altruism | 53 | Dutifulness | 40 | Depression | 26 | Emotionality | 36 | Activity Level | 16 | Cooperation | 47 | Achievement-Striving | 36 | Self-Consciousness | 35 | Adventurousness | 9 | Excitement-Seeking | 8 | Modesty | 44 | Self-Discipline | 51 | Immoderation | 68 | Intellect | 7 | Cheerfulness | 87 | Sympathy | 53 | Cautiousness | 44 | Vulnerability | 43 | Liberalism | 1 |

Hardiness Scale (HS) The HS given to Kimberly is a 45-item assessment that measures resiliency to stress. Items are scored on a zero to five scale, with zero not being true at all and five being completely true. The HS lists three sub-scales of hardiness as commitment, control, and challenge. It is partially reversed scored. The subscales have internal validity scores of .62, .66, and .85

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