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Bio-psychosocial assessment

1) Identifying info
-the client is a fourteen year Caucasian male. There is no concluding religion or ethnicity.

2.) The Chief Complaint
- The client is seeking counseling after experiences many loses of people close to him. His parents both died in a car accident. He also saw one of his close friends die, after being shot by the cops and another friend die after being severely burned in a fire.

3.) History of Present illness
4.) Past history of treatment
-The patient is not on any medications as of right now
-medical concerns- he was severely beaten in a local “rumble”. He has bruises and cuts all over his body.
-He smokes cigarettes.
-No psychiatric disorders at this time in the family. Both parents have passed away, and both of his brothers are working. His second oldest brother is a highschool drop out.
5.) The type of religion is unknown, but he does pray to a higher power.

6.)Personal History

7.) Education
-He is educated and gets good grades. Although his grades have dropped , a little recently due to the trauma is has been through the past 2-3 weeks. He enjoys reading.

8.) Job history
-He is only 14, therefore he does not have a job yet. His job is to stay in school and continue getting good grades.

9.) Marital/Relationships
-Patient is single, and due to age does not have a girlfriend yet. He is currently talking to a girl he met at a movie theater but she is from the “good” part of town. He treats women respectively and does not like when his older friends disrespect the girl he met at the movie.

-he has anger and he misses his parents, and the peacefulness of driving to the country

-they live in fear that something bad will happn to one of the brothers.
-the oldest brother is now his guardian and he disaplins him.
-he runs away from the brother after he comes home late and the brother throws a dish at him.

-he is not afraid to hold his own and...

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