Based on the material presented in the Case Study of Bill:
- Provide the DSM-5 differential diagnoses for Bill, including a listing of “Other Factors,” and support your decision process with a brief narrative.
- Refer to the two ICD-10-CMappendices in your DSM-5 text, pages 839Ã¢â‚¬â€œ862 and 877Ã¢â‚¬â€œ896 and detail any differences in the diagnosis that you might find if you were to use the ICD-10 to arrive at the diagnosis or diagnoses. (As this is your first look at the comparison between the ICD-10 and the DSM classification systems, you may want to take a little time to understand how these systems relate to each other.)
- Explain the etiological factors that you think are relevant in this case along with their reasons, keeping the diathesis-stress model in mind. You will need to do some research to clearly explain and support your reasons for suspecting these etiological factors.
- List the three primary issues that need to be addressed in a treatment plan for Bill.
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