A client is typically referred to an addiction professional with myriad problems because addictions either directly or indirectly cause the problems, or the addiction is a byproduct of the problem. If clinical assessments provide an overview of a client’s background and situation, is a specific addictions assessment necessary? If an addictions assessment shows a client with depression and anxiety, is a clinical assessment necessary?
For this Assignment, you consider differences between use of addictions assessment tools and clinical assessment tools and the rationale behind each approach.
In a 1 full page answer (APA) please answer the following questions below? Using the learning resources provided.
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How might the use of addictions assessment tools differ from the use of clinical assessment tools? Include in your response references to unique administration and client considerations. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in APA format on the following questions: Describe a situation in which you did not get enough sleep. How did it effect your mood, behavior, and cognitive and motor skills? Does your experience coincide with the effects of sleep deprivation described in the text? What are the effects of long-term sleep reduction? Briefly describe common sleeping disorders and possible drug remedies.