Jamie is a 12-year-old student at your local school who has had behavior problems for 3 years. He has currently been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (Bipolar Disorder NOS)

CSL-618 Session 6 Case Study: Jamie is a 12-year-old student at your local school

Jamie is a 12-year-old student at your local school who has had behavior problems for 3 years. He has currently been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (Bipolar Disorder NOS). He was diagnosed after experiencing highly irritable mood for 8 days last month which was a marked change from his “normal” mood. He also had a depressive episode in 2010 which at the time was diagnosed as Major Depressive Disorder, Single Episode. Lately his mood was accompanied by increased physical restlessness and decreased need for sleep. The latest diagnosis was done by his physician who is an MD but not a psychiatrist. She used the ICD-10 criteria for making the diagnosis. You have a release to speak with her and she says she believes Jamie’s symptoms are “subthreshold” but illustrate Bipolar Spectrum Disorder. She has Jamie on a combination of Divalproex, Clonidine and Zoloft.

In one page respond to the three questions asked below. Draw from clinical experience and expertise, published research, and course texts, to answer these questions. Come to a consensus on how to best treat the client.

Paper must be in APA 7th edition It would be best to utilize headers as you address each question, being sure to apply APA 7th edition these headers. Intext citations and a reference page, also in APA formatting, are appropriate as well. Be sure to reference the case rubric below for further guidance.

1) Assuming you are responsible for coordinating care, where would you start with this client and his family? What are the top two things you feel should be done?

2) The parents asked you what the “black box” warning on Clonidine meant – how would you answer them?

3) Jamie’s parents want to know what they can do at home. Where would you start with them?

  
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