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Transcript: WHat? WHEn a visual assessment Di'Ovion Smith client information Gave verbal consent on 2.17.20 and 4.15.20. Important Dates Date of Birth (of client): 09/18/1998 Date of Examination: 2/17/2020 1:15:35 secs Duration PRESENTING PROBLEM/REASON FOR REPORT Why? More Information Available Here. More information.. Ms. S. Volunteered to do the interview to help the examiner complete their assignment. However,the client did express concerns about having depression symptoms and feelings of being overwhelmed with classes and certain aspects of her life. Family BACKGROUND family Born in St. Paul, MN and raised in Chicago, IL. Adopted by Aunt after mother's death. Their Relationship was less than perfect. Met biological father at 15 y.o. along with that side of family. Credits paternal siblings for "giving purpose" to her life. Counseling background history Previous history of counseling. Cause of counseling for her was feelings of depression and anger problems brought on by upbringing. Sent to facility after family incident. Counseling had a very positive outcome, loves therapist. medical history Ms. S claims to not have any major medical problems. however, she has taken medication for depression and anger. substance use and/or abuse Claims to be "social drinker". Has experienced with marijuana in lifetime. Denies any legal consequences due to alcohol use. Educational background Began in Catholic school then switched to public school once she began middle school. After high school, Ms. S. began her college career at a private institution in Jackson, MS. Her intended degree is in Mass Communications. vocational history vocational history Works at Chicago Park District. Job title is Recreational Leader. Job duties are to watch the kids, assist them when they need help, and basically be a mentor to the children that she works with. She has held that position since she was 14. She began as a member before becoming a leader nd claims to love job. behavioral observations Ms. S. overall behavior did not raise any concerns during the assessment process. she was very open and honest with the examiner. However, Ms. S. did get emotional an begin to cry when discussing a certain aspect of her life. test results results results for the mmse mmse Ms . S scored within the _24-30_ range on global cognitive measures achieving a _29_/30 on the Mini-Mental Status Exam results emotional screening Ms. S was administered a screening test for depression. She scored in the _0-5_ range, endorsing _7_/15 items results personality screening Received the ISFJ personality type. "The Nurturer" ISFJ stands for Introverted, Sensing. Feeling, and Judging. results vocational screening Ms. S score on the RIASEC Test came out with the highest numbers being for the letter R.A.S. R are often good at mechanical jobs. S are people who like to work with other people rather than with things. A type people are those who like to work in unstructured situations where they can use creativity. . An example of a good major for people who score high with S is communications. Coincidentally, Ms. S is currently studying to get her degree in communications. diagnostic impression Minor Depressive Disorder, Mild, Recurrent additional info Summary Ms. S is a 21 years old college student who presented with depressive symptoms and minor signs of anxiety. The results of today’s evaluation reveal Ms. S has mild symptoms indicative of depression summary recommendations recommendations 1) continue to see current counselor and participating in sessions as seen necessary. 2) Consult with a counselor for further evaluation. 3) Re-evaluation is suggested within a year if symptoms worsen. the end

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Transcript: Boxes which need to be modified: -Professor/a: Depending on the gender modify it and just add your name. Watch out! There are two boxes!! -Nivell ( level) : Write down the level they are doing. -Participant: You have to write down name and surnames. -Terms: Fill in the correspondent term. It is really easy, you just have to follow certain steps. If you do not follow them, we will send back your student's reports for you to modify them. -There are two main parts: Term evaluation and comments. Every term you will have to fill in with their marks, leaving the previous ones. - Interacció ( interaction): if the participant interacts / participates . There are 4 possibilites: Ok, Good, Very Good or Excellent. -Writings: Pass or Not pass. -There is no average mark! Therefore, participants will see how they are doing in each skill. They are adults. In the comments section is where you have to write down your opinion. Report templates Acadèmia Formate -Reports have to be sent to the language school in advance. We have to check for spelling mistakes, appropiate comments and translation. - Send a whole group in a file. -Every year , we have to modify reports and Ferran and myself have to rush up because teachers do not pay attention. That is why, we will send back anything not been appropiately filled. - Translations have to be done for minors. So, their feedback must be in English and Catalan/ Spanish. -First / advanced students do not have reports! -Write down as well when we are coming back in the comment!!! At the bottom of the sheet, modify: Professor o professora (depending on the gender) and date. -Once we print the reports, you will have to sign them. -Exams have to be handed in in reception as well. Children's template: The format is different. -You grade your pupils according to their abilities and evolution throughout the term.

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Transcript: The school has recently introduced a period 5 for all year 11's on a Monday 3-4pm, to allow us extra revision for the lessons we are studying presently. Survey Monkey! We have brought a brand new magazine to deliver to the parents of year 11's with loads of information and pictures of our progress. Year 11 Magazine - Extra Curriculum.... Period 5 on a Monday... We have been using thinking maps and hats for our GCSE lessons to really help get every aspect of a topic into our work. Thinking maps include; circle maps, bubble maps, double bubble maps, tree map, brace map. These are really good as we can get everything we need for our work down. The new marking policy = yellow highlighter -WWW and green highlighter - EBI and the teachers tell you the positives and how to improve. You also get a bit of your work to edit/improve during the lesson. Each individual college has an intervention meeting with their college leaders. Taken part it a variety of activities This has been really useful and benefited us students in different ways. Option days! design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi 6th Form/College/University trips Over the past few weeks, the heads of college have taken students to college and sixth form evenings if they were unable to go themselves. Not only was it a kind gesture, but it was helpful for those who took an interest in a college or sixth form. Also trips to universities are being planned, there was already one to the University of Essex in Colchester for those interested on the inside of University life. Thinking maps, hats and marking policy! College Intervention - Tuesday Every half term we have a drop down day, where we have a full day of one of our options. Feedback wise, we have been told these days have helped students to catch up on work they are behind on or going over sections they have been unsure on. On the 5th November we went to London, to watch Shakespeare in Love at the Noel Theatre. This was part of our English work as we are studying Shakespeare's plays Othello and Macbeth, and it was great use for our essay we will be completing. This isn't the only trip being organized as many teachers have ideas and have taken us places, eg - Leisure and Tourism. Highlights

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