E. G, Relevant Trauma/Abuse Case Study

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Additional assessment of psychosocial factors (e.g., relevant trauma/abuse)
JM described a positive family relationship with and a supportive childhood. He denied any trauma but stated that he misses his parents who both died of natural causes. JM denied any other history of known mental illness in his family. He described a strong social support network that involves plenty of friends and his loving siblings. JM added that he has informed his friends, siblings, and partner about his job lost and SI. They are concerned about his wellbeing and check on him regularly. JM and his partner are having conflicts due to financial concerns since the job loss but has been encouraging about his depressed mood. JM’s siblings had insisted that he seek help
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