- The directions for your project and the two case examples you received on Friday (note: different students received different subjects).
- Access to the DSM-IV-TR diagnostic codes. There are several places you can find these. You can navigate through this online version, use the full or abbreviated versions available in the classroom, or access the library's copy of the DSM-IV-TR during study hall. I also have guides for differential diagnosis in my room.
- Access to information about treatment. Here, your textbook will be a good resource, as will the notes you take in class this week.
I am including an example case and an accompanying case report based on that example for your convenience. This should give you an idea of how to format and organize your final product, though keep in mind you will complete TWO of these.