complet a Bio-Psycho-Social Report. For this assignment you will collect data concerning a client (family member or friend) and present these data in an organized manner along with your understanding and interpretation of what the data might mean. Use your learned interviewing skills to collect the data.Select a client (or a family/friend if you are not in a direct practice placement) to be the subject of the written assessment report. Organize and present the data you collect from and about the client by topic headings provided in the format handout. Integrate your impressions and assessment of data to any section. Discuss what you learned from this assignment and identify areas for ongoing learning and development.SAMPLE:IDENTIFYING INFORMATION: Jane M. is self-referred 28 year old, divorced Caucasian female with no children or history of pregnancy seeking treatment to deal with feelings of hopelessness and depression.PRESENT PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESS/SYMPTOMS: Client reports episodes of crying daily for the past month, difficulty focusing at work, inability to do chores at home (laundry, cleaning), isolating from friends and family, weight loss of 15 lbs in the past three weeks without dieting, insomnia (sleeping an average of 4-5 hours in 24), some thoughts of death, “it would be easier if I were dead”PAST HX OF TREATMENT: Client reports one prior episode of major depressive symptoms three years ago for which she sought psychiatric care from Dr. Smith and underwent pharmacotherapy for 6 months with success, denying side-effects with the use of Paxil. She also reports attending a self-help group at her church and finding the support helpful. During her sophomore year in high school, she saw a school counselor for a few times following the separation and divorce of her parents to help with coping skills and grief/loss issues.MENTAL HEALTH MEDICATIONS: No current use, previous course of Paxil with good efficacy, two trials of other medications during the same time that were unsuccessful. Client agrees to a release of information to seek additional information from Dr. Smith.MEDICAL CONCERNS: Client reports recent gastro-intestinal upset, frequent diarrhea, nausea and headaches for which she has not sought medical attention. She denies any significant medical history, surgeries, pregnancies or disabilities.CURRENT MEDICATIONS: Client reports taking over-the-counter anti-diarrheal medications and NSAID pain relievers.DEPENDENCY/ADDICTION HISTORY: Client reports first use of alcohol at age 17, drinking two beers at a party and becoming intoxicated. She denied enjoying the experience but reports continued experimentation with alcohol one or two times per month until college when she stopped drinking following a binge-drinking episode prior to leaving for college in which she reports drinking until she began vomiting. Following that incident, she reported finding alcohol offensive. She did not drink again for five years. She now reports drinking primarily at holiday occasions, one to two servings, with choice of alcohol as wine. Last use was two months ago, one glass of wine at a holiday party. No current abuse or dependency issues suspected.Client reports experimentation with cigarettes in high school when her parents divorced. She did not like the taste or smell and reports they made her lungs hurt, so she did not continue.Client reports regular use of caffeine, up to five beverages per day of coffee and sodas.FAMILY HISTORY OF PSYCHIATRIC/ADDICTION ILLNESS: Client reports her father suffers with clinical depression and her maternal grandmother and aunts drink alcohol to excess. She denies either of her parents ever drank in front of her, but she reports the belief her mother drinks and hides her alcohol, once finding a bottle of vodka in one of her mother’s shoe boxes.SPIRITUALITY: Client was raised in a non-religious home but attended church with a friend in high school. She found comfort in the protestant church and has continued attendance and involvement. She reports inability to be involved when her symptoms are active, including inability to attend services, read her Bible or pray. She does have a support system at church who she reports call on her.PERSONAL HISTORY: Client is the oldest of three children whose parents divorced when she was age 14. The parents remained in the same town and the children split roughly equal time between homes, experiencing considerable verbal conflict between mom and dad. She reports feeling responsible for their divorce, believing she did not help enough around the house, forcing her parents to be overworked and over-stressed because both worked outside the home. Mother was a bank-teller and dad was a plumber. Mother remarried within one year, having two more children. Client is now estranged from her mother and has limited contact with her father, despite living in the same town. She sees her younger siblings twice yearly, Christmas and 4th of July.EDUCATIO