Right Path Behavioral Health Services
Assesments & Psychiatric
The purpose of a psychiatric evaluation is to establish a therapeutic doctor–patient relationship, gather accurate data in order to formulate a diagnosis, and initiate an effective treatment plan.
- Presenting problems
- History of the presenting illness or problem
- Psychiatric history
- Physical history
- Trauma history
- Medication history
- Alcohol and other drug use history
- Relevant personal and family medical history
- Personal strengths
- Mental health status examination
- Summary of findings
- Diagnostic formulation
- Treatment recommendations or plan
Assessment and Evaluation Process
Right Path Behavioral Health Services will provide assessments and bio-psychosocial evaluations for clients applying for behavioral health services. Each behavioral health therapy client will receive a complete and thorough assessment. The assessment of each client shall include clinical consideration of the client’s general physical, medical, developmental, family, social, psychiatric, and psychological history and current condition. The diagnostic statement shall include the diagnosis based on the codes in Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders –IV or 5 and refer to the pertinent assessment data. The diagnosis shall be by or under the supervision of and signed by a Physician, Psychiatrist, LPHA, Master’s level CAP, Master’s level practitioner, CAP, or Bachelor’s level practitioner.
Providing services and support to youth &
adults suffering from Mental Health
and/or Behavioral Disorders.