Psychological Report Of Lady Macbeth

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Macbeth- Creative Response Grace 11D Psychological Evaluation Lady Macbeth Dates of Evaluation: 4/2/1601,5/2/1601,6/2/1601 Case No: 299 Building no: 11 Admission date: 3/2/1601 Date of Report: 7/2/1601 Purpose for Evaluation This is the first admission for this 37 year old, married, white female who has displayed bizarre actions and speech in her sleep. She was admitted due to symptoms of psychotic features and extreme mental illness. The purpose for the current evaluation was to observe unusual behavior that occurs in her sleep and to clarify the nature of the underlying causes that has caused the unusual behavior that the patient has been displaying in her unconscious state. Assessment Procedures Mental Status Examination Review of Prior Psychological Assessment Review of Prior Medical Records Clinical Interview This patient has been observed in her sleep over a number of days. Background Information The patient is currently the Queen and is married to Macbeth who is the Thane of Cawdor, Thane of Glamis and the King of Scotland. She has suffered from a child loss in the past and this may have contributed to her current state. Mental Status Examination Results of mental status examination reveal an individual that has repeated the same obscure speech and actions in her sleep for the nights she has been observed. Actions include walking over to the sink, and rubbing her hands while saying “Out damned spot! Out, I say!” She seems to be referring to blood and exclaims that “all the perfumes of Arabia would not sweeten” the smell of blood on her hands which she cannot seem to wash off. When she stutters “Yet who would have thought the old man to have so much blood in him?” she seems to be referring to a murder in which she has played a part in. For no

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