Beelam Grog/Psychological Record

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Starbase 118 Ops / USS Narendra
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Beelam Grog
Position Nurse
Rank Ensign
Species Trill
Gender Female
DOB 236805.28
Age 29
Birthplace Trill
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Beelam Grog

  • Serial Number: BG - 605 - 206
  • Current Assignment: Nurse
  • Current Posting: USS Astraeus
  • Current Rank: Ensign
  • Telepathic Status: T0/E0
NOTICE: This personnel record and any attached reports are confidential and intended solely for the use of authorized officers of sufficient clearance. Violations of confidentiality are subject to punishment under the Federation Uniform Code of Justice.
  • Condition: Meltdown
  • Counselor: XO Lael Rosek; (Witness)
  • Counselor Notes: Beelam Grog became upset while conducting a medical evaluation on Lieutenant JG Kawakame Shin. Grog did not tell witnesses why such upset, later referred to as a meltdown, occurred. The 'meltdown' resulted in one thrown and smashed medical tricorder and later one burnt hand as Grog had poured hot tea on it (her's) in order to avoid/end the conversation she was having with XO Lael Rosek in the CMO's office at the time. During this time a weighted blanket was replicated.
    • "Our newest ensign nurse had what she termed a “meltdown” in Sickbay while on duty. I included all relevant details in my report to her direct superior, Doctor Skyfire, who has agreed to set up a counseling session from Ensign Grog with the counselor. Lieutenant Cattan, Doctor Skyfire, myself, and Commander Mei’konda if he’s able to be present, will discuss the findings from the counseling session and any medical examinations to determine how we should proceed regarding discipline as well as measures to reduce the likelihood of such outbursts in the future." - First Officer's log Stardate 239601
    • Counseling appointment was not kept.
  • Medical Notes: None; treatment for burns
  • Condition: Meltdown
  • Counselor: Lieutenant Femi Cattan; (Witness)
  • Counselor Notes: Beelam Grog had another meltdown while on duty during a mission. The distress was caused by hearing the news to put Crew Member German Galven in a medically induced coma after passing out. This resulted in yelling at a superior officer, crying and vomiting. The disciplinary result was suspension from duty and time spent in crew quarters where she wrote a letter/personal log dictating her feelings about her second meltdown.
  • Medical Notes: None
COUNSELOR REPORT: SD 239603-239606
  • Condition: Autism/Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Counselor: Trill Medical Officer
  • Counselor Notes: Patient arrived on medical leave from the USS Montreal. Upon receiving patients medical record and giving sufficient time for memory recovery an assessment of autism diagnostic qualifications was given. Patient was diagnosed with a mild version of autism with a sub diagnosis of sensory processing disorder as most of the documented issues stemmed from that. It is to be noted that the patient has a hard time processing new information or understanding what to do when not given clear instructions. When such things occur a meltdown or sensory overload might happen. During this time it is best to talk calmly and allow patient to stim or self soothe; if a meltdown does occur. Do to the therapy that we worked on with the patient their most common reaction is brain fog, difficulty speaking clearly. In this case allow them time to speak. Do not jump ahead and finish their thoughts for them.
  • Medical Notes: No medication prescribed
COUNSELOR REPORT: SD 239603-239606
  • Condition: Anxiety
  • Counselor: Trill Medical Officer
  • Counselor Notes: Patient notes feeling anxious due to not wanting to lose control of the symbiont and/or memory again. When patient feels anxious they tend to looks around as if they don't know what to do. May start asking for their weighted blanket. It is best to intervene before anxiety becomes a meltdown or sensory overload.
  • Medical Notes: Short term medication given for when patient feels anxious. Slight shaking does occur.
COUNSELOR REPORT: SD 239603-239606
  • Condition: Status in Starfleet
  • Counselor: Trill Medical Officer
  • Counselor Notes: Patient can remain in Starfleet as long as they don't have a severe meltdown. Severe meaning injury to self or others, sickness, or severe mental shut down which would look like, for example, not being able to follow orders in a emergency situation. If this occurs the best course of action is to be let go from Starfleet and become a civilian. If such things occur make sure patient remains on board with familiy a.k.a Sheila Bailey and Chen. If on the off chance Bailey and Chen are not available the next trusted individual shall be given care taking responsibilities. Care taking duties are basic but it is advised to make sure the patient doesn't harm anyone further or they will have to return planet side.
  • Medical Notes: None