list any other diagnosis you considered and why you ruled them out.

Read the vignettes below and provide the following:
1. Identify any ”red flags” or safety issues.
2. List the symptoms that you are concerned about.
3. Provide a diagnosis using DSM 5 criteria
4. Lastly, list any other diagnosis you considered and why you ruled them out.
Additionally, for each vignette choose a behavior that you may want to change, add or delete and set up a reinforcement system for it.
Eddie, age 9, was referred at the request of his school because of the difficulties that he creates in class. He has been suspended for a day twice this school year. His teacher complains that he is so restless that the rest of the class is unable to concentrate. He is hardly ever in his seat, but roams around the class, talking to other children while they are working. He never seems to know what he is going to do next.
His mother says that Eddie’s behavior has been difficult since he was a toddler. He always required little sleep and was awake before anyone else. When he was small, he got into everything, particularly early in the morning before the others go up. When he was 4, he managed to unlock the door and wander off into a busy main street. He was rejected from a preschool program because of his difficulty behavior and he also had a difficult year in kindergarten.
2nd Vignette
Read the vignettes below and provide the following:
1. Identify any ”red flags” or safety issues.
2. List the symptoms that you are concerned about.
3. Provide a diagnosis using DSM 5 criteria
4. Lastly, list any other diagnosis you considered and why you ruled them out.
Additionally, for each vignette choose a behavior that you may want to change, add or delete and set up a reinforcement system for it.
At their wit’s end, the parents of Jordan, a six year old boy, brought him in for an evaluation. Their already shaky marriage is being severely tested by conflict over their son’s behavior at home and at school. The mother complained bitterly that the father frequently away from home on business, ”overindulged” their son. The son would argue and throw temper tantrums and insist on continuing games, books, etc. whenever his father put him to bed, so that a 7:30 PM bedtime was delayed until 10:30, 11:00 or even 11:30 at night. Similarly, the father had been known to cook 4 or 5 different meals for his son’s dinner if Jordan stubbornly insisted that he would not eat what had been prepared. At school, several teachers had complained that the child was stubborn and spiteful, often spoke out of turn and refused to comply with classroom rules
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