Week 4 Case Study: Jessica Jessica is a 21-year-old college student who comes to the campus counseling center for assistance. Her main concern is a lack of energy and loss of interest in her classes and social activities. She is a junior Psychology major and has a 3.1 grade point average (GPA). She states that, since the beginning of the semester, she has not been attending classes. She estimates she has missed half of her classes in the last 2 weeks. She reports she uses an alarm clock to wake up and generally sleeps 7- to 8-hours per night. However, this semester, she sets the alarm but does not get up when it goes off in the morning. Instead, she covers up her head and does not get up. She states that she does not go back to sleep but also does not get up and prepare for class. She denies any alcohol or drug use that might have changed her energy level. She visited the health clinic and no physical issues were identified. The health clinic referred her to you. When asked if she thinks she is depressed, she states, “no, just unmotivated.” She states that there have been no major changes in her life. She feels very guilty about the situation and is afraid, if this behavior continues, she may be risking her education.
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