Analysis on Holden Caulfield.
Main idea/question- Is Holden Caulfield depressed, what has occurred, and what is the proper treatment for him.
Patients data-Age 17; Born 1923, Height 6’2, Resident of New York, Education level Junior, Current school expelled from Pencey, and hair color half gray
Signs of Depression- Frequent crying, emotional unstable, hopelessness, resentful, difficult to concentrate, struggling with academics, loss of appetite, trouble with daily life, and overconsumption of alcohol and drugs.
Diagnostic- The patient seems to show the symptoms of depression and anxiety problems. He arrives to me after his previous clinic in February 28 1950. He is a teenage boy, and around Christmas time 1948 Saturday, Sunday, and Monday subject voyages upon a journey with each day experiencing more and more angst.
Treatment- orthodox eating habits, physical activity, proper sleep hours, arrange meetings with Jane Gallagher, and sessions of discussion.
Releasement- Holden shall be released when he acknowledges his priorities, and comes to his sense of what life really is about, a world full of obstacles that not only him, but other have to face; in a correct manner.
Good afternoon my fellow community of intellectual . I, Mr.Cthulhu, from Shady Grove Hospital in California have been given the task of assessing and treating Holden Caulfield. The patient Holden Caulfield has been bestowed upon me after his failed treatment at his familys hospital. During his arrival, Holden was exhausted and run down. The vibe which was given off was not pleasant, he walked slow and his gait guarded, as if he expected an attack at any moment. In his entry interview, the patient stated that he is voluntarily here because he can no longer stand the phonies of the world. He defined a "phony" as an insincere and artificial person. Holden says he longs for a place where it is "sunny as hell all the time" (page 199) and where he may be free from the constant intervention...