Client Description, Presenting Concern and Relevant History. Client Description. Chloe (pseudonym) was self-referred to a student counseling center. She is a. Psychol Serv. Nov;14(4) doi: /ser Presenting concerns in counseling centers: The view from clinicians on the ground. Presenting Concern. Sarah is a White, female, heterosexual 1st-year college student who is majoring in psychology with a GPA. Sarah is the youngest of.
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Concerns causing the patients to seek surgery and management of the secondary procedures were described. The mean patient age at time of surgery was The mean number of previous procedures was 1. Chief presenting concerns were asymmetry A Social Media Analysis. References Publications referenced by this paper. Showing of 15 references. Closed Approach in Secondary Rhinoplasty.
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Presenting concerns in counseling centers: The view from clinicians on the ground.
The issue that prompts a person to seek therapy is known as the presenting problem. The purpose of this descriptive and exploratory study was to explore how counseling center clinicians categorize client presenting concerns. The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City school board recognizes the right of students, parents, and other individuals and groups to present complaints concerning school.