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The psychologist administers a battery of tests geared to the age of the child. The standard battery consists of the 1. Bender-Gestalt test 2. Human figure drawings (two genders, and sometimes a drawing of "the worst concept") 3. Intelligence test (a) WISC or WISC-R (b) WPPSI and/or Merril-Palmer (for younger children) 4. Rorschach 5. TAT, or Michigan Picture test, or CAT (depending on the age level) The goal of the psychological evaluation is to achieve an understanding and diagnostic assessment of a child's intellectual and emotional functioning.
Occupational therapy treatment focuses on the remediation of these perceptual problems through sensory stimulation and activities which facilitate an adaptive motor response (Ayres, 1973) to the environment in order to help the child compensate for his or her deficit. The occupational therapist also administers formal developmental evaluations. The delays and deviances in the growth of the children on the unit make it essential to evaluate their functioning in life-tasks and skill areas. The play history obtained by interviewing the child's parents or caretakers is an historical account of a child's play experiences from early years to the present.
N. (1977). An organizational distress syndrome: Diagnosis and treatment. Hasp. Commun. Psychiatry 28:517-521. Chapter 5 PEDIATRIC LIAISON Robert M. Berk "What is specific to psychiatry as a medical discipline is its responsibility for the biologic as well as the psychologic aspects of behavior; what is specific to child psychiatry is its concern for an organism whose body, brain and mind interact profoundly with the process of development. " This statement by Leon Eisenberg (1965) indicates clearly the importance of the medical foundations upon which the child psychiatrist must construct the evaluation of his or her patient.
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