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    Client: male, Age: 25, Diagnosis: Anxiety. His anxiety has been increasing over the past few weeks. Social: lives with his parents, works as a software engineer. Medical: no significant medical history. Goals: to reduce anxiety and improve sleep.


    The client is a 25-year-old male software engineer who reports a gradual increase in anxiety levels over the past few weeks. The client mentions increased worry and nervousness that is significantly impacting his sleep quality. He has expressed the desire to reduce his anxiety levels and improve his sleep. Currently living with his parents and does not report any significant social stressors.

    Physically, the client appears restless and demonstrates signs of fatigue, likely due to disrupted sleep. No significant weight change is noticed. No other physical symptoms have been reported.

    The client's symptoms, including increased worry, nervousness, and disrupted sleep, are consistent with an anxiety disorder. The gradual increase in symptoms over the last few weeks signifies that the anxiety is becoming progressively severe. No other medical condition seems present that could explain the symptoms.

    Discuss potential therapy strategies for anxiety management such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness techniques. Depending upon the severity of the condition, consider the controlled use of anxiolytics. Sleep hygiene practices should also be emphasized to help improve sleep quality. Suggest regular exercise and a balanced diet to supplement therapy. Follow-up in two weeks to assess progress and adjust therapeutic strategies if necessary. Encourage the client to seek immediate help if symptoms worsen or if new symptoms emerge.


    CC: 32F, persistent sadness, ↓ motivation, sleep issues x 6 months. HPI: Mood ↓ post-relationship breakup. Frequent crying, hopelessness, ↓ interest in past activities. No SI, but passive thoughts of not waking. ↓ Concentration, social withdrawal.
    Past MH: GAD in college, no meds. Counseling x 6 months post-trauma (5 yrs ago). Meds: No psych meds. Multivitamins, OTC sleep aids occasionally. Social: Living alone post-breakup. Graphic designer. ↓ Social interactions, ↑ alcohol, no drugs. Family: Mother: MDD. Uncle: Bipolar. No suicide/psychosis history. Goals: Regain normalcy, ↑ sleep quality, coping strategies.


    SOAP Note:

    32-year-old female patient presents with persistent sadness, decreased motivation, and sleep disturbances for the past 6 months. The precipitating event appears to be the end of a significant relationship. The patient reports frequent episodes of crying, feelings of hopelessness, and decreased interest in activities she previously enjoyed. She denies any active suicidal ideation but admits to having passive thoughts about not waking up. She also reports decreased concentration and social withdrawal. The patient has a history of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) in college, for which she did not take any medications. She had counseling for 6 months following a traumatic event 5 years ago. Currently, the patient is not taking any psychiatric medications but takes multivitamins and over-the-counter sleep aids occasionally. The patient is a graphic designer and has been living alone since her breakup. She reports decreased social interactions and increased alcohol consumption. There is no history of drug abuse. Her mother has a history of major depressive disorder (MDD), and her uncle has bipolar disorder. There is no history of suicide or psychosis in the family. The patient's goals include regaining a sense of normalcy, improving sleep quality, and developing coping strategies.

    Upon examination, the patient appears sad and withdrawn. There are no obvious signs of self-harm or neglect. The patient's speech is coherent, and she is alert and oriented to place, person, and time. There is evidence of decreased psychomotor activity.

    Major depressive disorder, probable, based on the patient's symptoms of persistent sadness, decreased motivation, sleep disturbances, frequent crying, feelings of hopelessness, and decreased interest in previously enjoyed activities. The patient's symptoms have persisted for over 6 months post-relationship breakup and represent a significant change from her previous level of functioning.


    1. Start the patient on a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) to help manage her symptoms of major depression.

    2. Refer the patient to a psychotherapist for cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) to help her develop coping strategies.

    3. Schedule a follow-up appointment in 2 weeks to monitor the patient's response to the SSRI and to assess the need for any modifications to her treatment plan.

    4. Encourage the patient to limit her alcohol intake as it can worsen depression and interfere with the effectiveness of her treatment.

    5. Recommend the patient to join a support group to help improve her social interactions and provide a forum for discussing her feelings and experiences.

    6. Educate the patient about the importance of regular sleep and provide advice on sleep hygiene.

    7. Monitor the patient closely for any signs of suicidal ideation or self-harm.


    Male (34 year old) reports persistent feelings of sadness and hopelessness for the past 6 months. Patient describes mood as 'down' and 'heavy'.


    SOAP Note:

    S: Subjective -
    The patient is a 34-year-old male who reports persistent feelings of sadness and hopelessness for the past 6 months. He describes his mood as consistently 'down' and 'heavy'. He denies any recent traumatic life events or abuse of alcohol or drugs. He reports difficulties concentrating and sleeping, reduced energy, and decreased interest in activities he used to enjoy.

    O: Objective -
    Patient appears tired, disheveled, and displays poor eye contact. His speech is slow and soft. On the Beck Depression Inventory, patient scored 32 (moderate to severe depression).

    A: Assessment -
    Based on the presenting symptoms and patient's reported experiences over the past six months, this appears to be a case of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), current episode severe without psychotic features, as per DSM-5 criteria.

    P: Plan -

    1. Begin a regimen of an SSRI antidepressant, starting with a low dose and increasing as tolerated.

    2. Provide the patient with psychoeducational materials on depression, its symptoms, and management strategies.

    3. Refer the patient to a psychotherapist for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), which has been shown to be effective in managing MDD.

    4. Encourage the patient to practice self-care, such as regular exercise, a healthy diet, and adequate sleep.

    5. Schedule a follow-up appointment within two weeks to monitor medication effects and side effects.

    6. Advise the patient to reach out immediately if thoughts of self-harm or suicide arise, providing him with emergency contact numbers.

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