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The basic background information for the fictional client, John Jones. You are encouraged to edit and add to this information to help align the characteristics of the client as a person who is a member of a population with whom you hope to work, although gender and age should not be changed.
Information on the client's cognitive abilities .
Additional information from raw scores, converted scores, and canned computer reports.

You will integrate all sources of information into a psychological report in an ethical and professional manner. You should include a summary section at the end of the report, and when possible, you should include possible diagnoses. You must then offer a treatment plan or recommendations. This may include the recommendation for specific additional psychological testing, psychotherapy or other treatment, and referrals to other disciplines.

The Psychological Assessment Final Project should include:

Name and identifying information.
Reason for the referral.
Methodology (how information was obtained, clinical interview, test scores, outside sources).
Clinical history based on clinical interview.
Individual test description with results and interpretation.
Summary.
Diagnosis.
Treatment plan and/or recommendations.
Appendices with reference list and test scores.
Add and complete a section titled "Diagnostic Possibilities."

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--The basic background information for the fictional client, John Jones. You are encouraged to edit and add to this information to help align the characteristics of the client as a person who is a member of a population with whom you hope to work, although gender and age should not be changed. Information on the client's cognitive abilities. You will integrate all sources of information into a psychological report in an ethical and professional manner. You should include a summary section at the end of the report, and when possible, you should include possible diagnoses. You must then offer a treatment plan or recommendations. This may include the recommendation for specific additional psychological testing, psychotherapy or other treatment, and referrals to other disciplines. The Psychological Assessment Final Project should include:

Try and think of the psychological assessment as the means for analysis of the client to determining the current characteristics dictating from certain behaviors. The initial testing phase and investigation into the client can provide helpful diagnosis to the proper treatment plan and further, if any, resolution of approach. In analysis, the following should reflect into your final write up assignment in proper assessment of the psychological levels relevant to the actual client's condition:

--Name and identifying information - Reason for the referral.

Consider the client, John Jones, as the patient in reference to being diagnosis of cognitive abilities due to the types of tests and subtests conducted. Therefore, the assumption in review of the report indicated several cognitive testing phases to assure the final analysis is warranted of any future application of treatment or recommendation. The key objective is in the types of tests and the corresponding sections of text, as in the IQ/index, in the pursuit to measuring several factors, such as;

--Verbal Comprehension (the ability to testing the client; John Jones flow of awareness with ...

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This solution of 1,220 words reviews a Psychological Assessment for proper analysis into a report on client's diagnosis. References used are included.

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