1. Presenting problem(s) 2. Biopsychosocial history 3. Mental status report 4. Discussion of symptoms present 5. DSM-5 diagnosis/diagnoses 6. DSM-5 diagnoses you ruled out and why 7. Identify at least 3 treatment goals (looking for effort and rationale) 8. List two questions from the Cultural Formulation Interview that would allow you to understand cultural aspects relevant to assessment/diagnosis and treatment planning 9. Discussion of at least two questions that would allow you to better understand clients symptoms 10. Differential diagnosis This section is an opportunity for you to offer challenges to the diagnosis you proposed in 4 above. I am interested in any alternative explanations of the clients symptoms, especially those that do not fit in the medical model/DSM philosophy. The following are questions may get you started and guide you in this 1. What is your clients assessment of the presenting concerns? Does he/she believe he/she has a mental disorder? 2. In what ways does your client differ from the DSM criteria? For example, what are some behaviors that contradict the diagnosis youselected? 3. How might the clients gender/cultural background/sexual orientation affect his or her diagnosis and treatment plan? 4. What historical-social-political-cultural-familial-religious issues do you need to consider before applying this diagnosis and developing the treatment plan? Are there any alternative explanations for the clients behavior, taking into account these contextual factors?