Synthesize the data and write a reflection statement in 2–3 pages. In a separate document, address the following:
Describe your professional role and relationship with the court and the third party requesting the assessment or evaluation.
Explain the hypothesis you have formulated.
Explain why you chose the tests for the assessment of the client.
Discuss potential ethical dilemmas that might arise in your assessment of the client.
Discuss the pertinent multicultural perspectives you considered.
Explain how you would prepare yourself to defend your evaluation in the court setting or to relevant third parties. Be sure to support your explanation with professional literature.
If you recommended treatment for your client, discuss the evidence-based approaches used with the disorder you diagnosed.
Discuss the influence of cultural factors on the assessment process.

Your final deliverables are:

A selected case vignette
A list of interview and referral questions
The assessment template
The final assessment report
A reflection statement

Your report and reflection statement combined should be approximately 12–15 pages. You are to utilize outside resources in your reflection statement only.
Assignments to work from
Mock Individual Assessment (Rough Draft)
Create a mock forensic assessment report based on a patient in a selected vignette. Provide your diagnostic impressions based on the DSM-5 criteria.
For this assignment you are to:

Improve your interview and referral questions for the case vignette you selected in M1 Assignment 3. Use the case vignette you selected in M1 Assignment 3 for this assignment.
Next, create and document a set of mock interview questions and potential referral questions to ask your client and yourself. You can determine the questions in relation to the case vignette that you choose.
You might also want to consider some of the example referral questions listed below.
Analyze all the information provided in the case vignette and begin to formulate a hypothesis as to why the individual needs referral.