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Ptsd Info Going To Rater

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Written by Social Worker, Acknowledge by the Psychiatrist

My Question is this a standard input or are they saying it appears I have these symtoms and need to be treated

Problem 1: PTSD as manifest by....

1. recurrent and intrusive distressing recollections of the tramantic event

2. recurrent distressing dreams of tramatic event

3. intense psychological distress at exposure to cues

4. avoids thougts of feeling or conversation associated with the trauma

5. feeling detachment or estrangement from others

6. sense of foreshortened future

7. difficulty fall a sleep and staying a sleep

8. irritability or outburst of anger

9. dfiificulty concentrating

10. Hypervigilence

11exaggerated startle response

He has a short and long term goals established

GAF: 46

Is the above information a positive input for my rater to review my PTSD claim

My Last

IMP... PTSD prolonged and and servere

Mood DO NOS (consider bipolar)

MSE: Wearing T Shirt that rides up on his sotmach, Mood mixed some depression and mild hypomania. Affect anxious and appropriate, NO SI presently. NoHI prensently. No A/V halluc+ ongoing near paranoia at times re: his vulnerability ( feels a need to be constantly moving) Judgement appears good. Insight appears to be fear

What your feeling, advice on the above, becritical, because of Meds, I won't take personally, lol

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I would send a copy of this and any other evidence that supports your claim to the VA.

DH

Written by Social Worker, Acknowledge by the Psychiatrist

My Question is this a standard input or are they saying it appears I have these symtoms and need to be treated

Problem 1: PTSD as manifest by....

1. recurrent and intrusive distressing recollections of the tramantic event

2. recurrent distressing dreams of tramatic event

3. intense psychological distress at exposure to cues

4. avoids thougts of feeling or conversation associated with the trauma

5. feeling detachment or estrangement from others

6. sense of foreshortened future

7. difficulty fall a sleep and staying a sleep

8. irritability or outburst of anger

9. dfiificulty concentrating

10. Hypervigilence

11exaggerated startle response

He has a short and long term goals established

GAF: 46

Is the above information a positive input for my rater to review my PTSD claim

My Last

IMP... PTSD prolonged and and servere

Mood DO NOS (consider bipolar)

MSE: Wearing T Shirt that rides up on his sotmach, Mood mixed some depression and mild hypomania. Affect anxious and appropriate, NO SI presently. NoHI prensently. No A/V halluc+ ongoing near paranoia at times re: his vulnerability ( feels a need to be constantly moving) Judgement appears good. Insight appears to be fear

What your feeling, advice on the above, becritical, because of Meds, I won't take personally, lol

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the experts will be along, but i think they'll want to know if this social worker/psychiatrist duo are civilians (in which their evaluation is probably considered an IMO, independent medical opinion, i think is close to what it's called) which seems to be worded to carry strong weight when blended with VA psychs opinions (c&p)for a rating.

have you submitted a claim to va for a rating and va sent you to these psych docs?

was this part of a c&p, compensation and pension examination? in which it should be in the right channels to go to VARO, va regional office (?) for a rating

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oh, you found this in your medical records. was this after the recent psych visit you mentioned in another thread? was it with vamc, a va c&p exam, from imo (independent medical opinion?)psychs or is this something you got from old service medical records?

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It is from the social worker assigned to me at a VA Clinic in Crownpoint, part of my Mental Health Team,

I also have a Psychiatrist, the social workers signs his name LCSW, this part of my file at this Clinic

I hope this a strong write up for my rater to see before he rates

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I hope this adequate information to enhance my review by the rater

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