NCMHCE Dangerousness and Abuse

NCMHCE Dangerousness and Abuse
NCMHCE Exam Review

 
 
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Summary
– It is imperative for clinicians to be prepared for dealing with clients who may be violent or in abusive situations
– Know your ethical imperatives regarding mandatory reporting.
– Get additional training on safety practices for working with victims of abuse
– If confronted with a call from someone who is in crisis but not your client, it is your responsibility to provide initial triage and assist the individual in getting to safety.
Test Taking Tips
– Sally is a 25 year old graduate student who was recently raped. She was referred to you by victim services. Her father, a doctor, whom she is estranged from calls your office wondering how Sally is doing
– What information do you need to make a diagnosis
Test Taking Tips
– What are possible diagnoses
– GAD, ASD, PTSD, MDD, Adjustment Disorder
– What information do you need to make a diagnosis
Test Taking Tips
– You determine that Sally has Acute Stress Disorder.
– Which of the following would be appropriate referrals
Test Taking Tips
– You determine that Sally has Acute Stress Disorder.
– Which of the following would be appropriate to monitor progress-

Assessment Part 2

Assessment Part 2
NCMHCE Exam Review

 
 
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A comprehensive assessment should provide the factual evidence supporting your diagnosis. The symptoms identified in the assessment will form the basis for the treatment plan. Learn some handy mnemonics to help you remember what to look for in the scenarios. CEUs are available for this course at allceus.com.

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