1. Do not mix the two scenarios.
2. When you respond to one, label it as either Part 2 or Part 3. Then, respond to the other and properly label it.
3. In each scenario, do not assume the other scenario is true.
Read both of these scenarios and submit your responses as part of your assignment:
· Describe how the new information alters the picture presented in the original case study. Be sure to address how the diathesis-stress model may apply.
· Describe your new diagnostic hypotheses, and justify your conclusions.
· Report on any further diagnostic evaluation you believe is warranted.
Use the Case Study Response Guide to format your response for each scenario in this assignment.