BioPsychoSocial Summary

SUMMARY
[text name="cxName" default=""]
[var name="cxName"] is a [text name="cxAge" default="" size="5"] year old [select name="cxRel" value="single|married|divorced|separated"], [select name="cxRace" value="Alaskan Native|Asian|African-American|Caucasian|Hawaiian Native|Native American|Pacific Islander|Latinx|Hispanic|Non-specified Race"] [select name="cxSxlty" value="heterosexual|homosexual|bisexual|asexual|pansexual|queer|questioning|fluid"], [select name="cxGndr" value="cisgender|transgender-maleToFemale|transgender-femaleToMale|transgender-nonbinary-male|transgender-nonbinary-female"][select name="sex" value="female|intersex|male"] with a history of [checkbox name="cxHx" value="criminal justice involment|mental health disorder|substance use disorder"] who presents for initial evaluation per recommendation from [text name="refSrc" default=""]
[comment memo="Presenting problems: demographics, list of current problems, diagnoses, prominent symptoms, prominent aspects of mental state exam, known specific biopsychosocial risks including incidents of self harm, suicidal ideation, and suicide attempts"]
[textarea name="presProb" default=""]

[var name="cxName"]’s current reported diagnosis is [text name="currDx" default=""]
Client is currently experiencing [textarea name="currSymp" default=""] symptoms.
Client is currently prescribed [textarea name="currRx" default=""]

[checkbox name="currMHSA" value="Client denies any current mental health diagnosis|Client denies experiencing any symptoms at this time|Client denies prescription of any medications"]

Recent circumstances that have lead to client involvement are [comment memo="triggering or provoking events and circumstances how and why these factors have affected the presentation of the client"]
[checkbox name="trgEvents" value="mental illness|substance use|physical illness|medication adherence|housingproblems| employment problems|financial problems|problems with primary supports|problems with non-primary supports|non-access to healthcare|cultural concerns|unsecure basic needs|maladaptive coping mechanisms|losses"]
[comment memo="other triggering events, response to events – feeling defeated/humiliated/provoked etc"]
[textarea name="precipitating" default=""]

Contributing lifetime experiences have been  [comment ="describe how and why the client’s lifetime experiences have contributed to the development of the current problems including: developmental factors, family history and relationships, psyhological and functional issues, social problems,substance use,history of illness and repsone to treatment and interventions"]
[textarea name="predisposing" default=""]

Some of the factors that keep these issues going are [comment memo="potential contributors that maintain the problem or may worsen the problem if not addressed such as insight, personality style, vulnerabilities, co-occurring conditions, employment status, lack of social supports, peer group, family attitudes, beliefs about behaviors"]
[textarea name="perpetuating" default=""]

[var name="cxName"]’s strengths/protective factors are [textarea name="protective" default=""]

[var name="cxName"]’s goals are  [comment memo="how the client understands the current situation and presentation, what do they want now and what are their goals they want to work towards"]
[textarea name="cxGoals" default=""]

Given the above, the current treatment plan includes [comment memo="area of focus for care and planning and possible interventions"]
[textarea name="txPlan" default=""]

[comment memo="Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT)"]
[checkbox name="cxMAT" value="Medications for Addiction Treatment is recommended|Medications for Addiction Treatment is not recommended|Medications for Addiction Treatment is already occurring"] at this time.

The first individual counseling or gruop session is scheduled for [text name="indDate" default=""] at [text name="indTime" default=""] [checkbox name="indAmPm" value="AM|PM"]

A psychiatric evaluation is scheduled for [text name="psyDate" default=""] at [text name="psyTime" default=""] [checkbox name="psyAmPm" value="AM|PM"]
SUMMARY

cxName is a year old , , with a history of who presents for initial evaluation per recommendation from
Presenting problems: demographics, list of current problems, diagnoses, prominent symptoms, prominent aspects of mental state exam, known specific biopsychosocial risks including incidents of self harm, suicidal ideation, and suicide attempts


cxName’s current reported diagnosis is
Client is currently experiencing symptoms.
Client is currently prescribed



Recent circumstances that have lead to client involvement are triggering or provoking events and circumstances how and why these factors have affected the presentation of the client

other triggering events, response to events – feeling defeated/humiliated/provoked etc


Contributing lifetime experiences have been


Some of the factors that keep these issues going are potential contributors that maintain the problem or may worsen the problem if not addressed such as insight, personality style, vulnerabilities, co-occurring conditions, employment status, lack of social supports, peer group, family attitudes, beliefs about behaviors


cxName’s strengths/protective factors are

cxName’s goals are how the client understands the current situation and presentation, what do they want now and what are their goals they want to work towards


Given the above, the current treatment plan includes area of focus for care and planning and possible interventions


Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT)
at this time.

The first individual counseling or gruop session is scheduled for at

A psychiatric evaluation is scheduled for at

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