:::::: Mental Status ::::::::: Mental Status Exam (MSE) --
1) Appearance: 2) Consciousness, Level of Alertness: 3) Speech: 4) Behavior: 5) Orientation, Level of Awareness: 6) Mood (inquired): 7) Affect (observed): 8) Thought Process: 9) Thought Content: 10) Perception (hallucinations): 11) Memory: 12) Insight: 13) Judgment: 14) Risk Assessment: A full mental status exam was conducted by this clinician. Mental status criteria are as follows: Mood: Affect: Behavior: Cooperativeness: Grooming: Motor Activity: Rate of Speech Volume: Intelligibility: Perceptions: Thought Content: Thought Process: Orientation: Memory: Intelligence: Judgment: Insight: A full lethality and violence assessment was conducted by this clinician. There are no concerns present for homicidality, for self-injurious behavior, or for violence towards others. Concerns present for suicidality include The patient continues to be able to plan for safety.