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woodenturkey

C&p For Mood Disorder/ocd

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Has anyone been through a psych C&P?

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I am not sure what your question would be but here is the exam questionnaire. I think they are all the same except the exams for PTSD and a Eating Disorder.

You can always try to ask your question (s) and someone will try to answer it/them.

http://www.vba.va.go...ms/disexm37.htm

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Has anyone been through a psych C&P?

I just got done with one. Do you have a question about one? If so please ask it and I will try and see if I can help you with it.

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Woodenturkey

Has anyone been through a psych C&P?

Do you see a shrink at the VA?

Do you know your GAF Score?

Do you have a mental health diagnosis?

This will help the examiner make his diagnosis and opinion if asked to give one

Hope This Helps

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Your answer is that you had a perfect childhood and you were fine until military service. You don't drink or take illegal drugs. You did well in school and got along with everyone. Your problems with bi-polar began in service and continue to this day. What kind of meds do you take now? Bring them with you to the exam. I am not being flip. Concentrate on what happened in military and how disabled you are now. Don't go back in time before the military. Don't discuss your family, work or school before military. Don't talk about legal troubles before military if you had any.

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