forms are yours to keep.
The information you record on your forms is for your use only and should be shared with caution with anyone other than family
members, clinicians, or agencies involved with your evaluation and treatment.
If you become highly emotional when
confronted with information that you perceive as "bad news," you may not want to complete the screening or may want
to wait until someone who is an emotional support is available to help.
however, that "bad news" may be the "best news" you've ever experienced if it allows you to get help
for a problem. You can't fix it, if you don't know what it is! Identifying the problem is the first step to finding a solution.
Note: No one under the age of 18 should fill out the forms without a parent or guardian present. Parents and guardians may ask the adolescent or child to fill out
the appropriate information on the Child or Adolescent Questionnaire.
If you are under the age of 18, and are experiencing mental health
symptoms, you should talk to your parents or guardian. Decisions concerning the appropriate course of action is a family matter.
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