St. Mary's Relapse Case Study

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During the evaluation period at St. Mary's, the triggers that caused her to relapse were not discovered. Upon arrival at home, TL became very focused on finding objects to self-harm. This behavior lasted approximately 30 minutes before she found a glass that was left in the kitchen sink and broke it. She was immediately removed from the location and restrained. While being restrained, a phone call was placed to Mind Springs and we were advised to call an ambulance or the Police Department for pick up and have her taken to their facility for assistance. The Police arrived at approximately 15:40, secured her and drove her to Mind Springs. I arrived at Mind Springs at 16:00 and advised that she was under observation and were exploring options

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