Developmental History: identify social, environmental, cultural, developmental, and biological factors that have contributed to the etiology of the disorder. In other words answer the following: What Family stressors (if any) led to the development of their mental illness? What Environmental stressors (if any) led to the development of their mental illness? What Biological (genetic) factors contributed to the development of their mental illness? Were there any Social issues during development that led to the onset of their mental disorder? Were there any cultural factors that may have contributed to their mental illness? Use scholarly material to prove how these developmental factors lead to the onset of that particular mental disorder. Symptomology: What are the person’s symptoms, illustrate both overt & covert behaviors that are consistent with the DSM-V’s (Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) criteria for mental disorders, duration and onset of symptoms, and impact of symptoms on daily functioning. Symptoms: are behaviors that are negative, deviant unacceptable violations of social/cultural norms that cause distress, and dysfunction in the individual or others. List 3 (minimal) or more symptoms that are associated with the mental disorder that you are diagnosing the individual with. Use scholarly material to prove how these symptoms indicate the onset of that particular mental disorder. Diagnosis: formulate a diagnosis using DSM-V criteria and explain how you arrived at this diagnosis. Differential diagnosis – what other mental disorder was considered and how did you rule it out? Use scholarly material and the DSM-V to prove your diagnosis of the individual. Treatment: what forms of treatment (Psychological or Biological) will be effective in treating this disorder; write out a treatment plan of what specific interventions YOU would use to treat this disorder. Example: what issues will be addressed, number of sessions, medications, Methods (CBT, DBT, TFT, etc.), Surgical procedures, Inpatient or Outpatient treatment, etc. Use scholarly material to prove how these treatment methods lead to the resolution or management of that particular mental disorder.