Chythar Skyfire/Psychological Profile
|Crew of the USS Montreal|
|Lieutenant Commander Chythar Skyfire|
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|COUNSELOR REPORT: SD 239311.09
Pt. seems to be adjusting well to the new medication (Sertraline, now 150mg). Pt. is not experiencing any side effects and appears to be adjusting fairly well to the prescribed dosage. Recommended pt. continue his attempts to "self-evaluate" how he is feeling at specific points (mindfulness). Recommended pt. continue medication (Sertraline, now 150mg) with regular visits to Dr. Gates (psychiatrist). Pt. to continue counseling.
|COUNSELOR REPORT: SD 239310.11
Chythar is optimistic and brings his therapy dog, Devlin, to assist with the session. Setting for the session is the holodeck, a beach program he appears to have designed himself. Pt. expresses minor issues with the new medication (Sertraline, 50mg), stating that he has difficulty remembering to take them. Pt. is experiencing minor anxiety, a normal side effect for this particular medication. Pt. is not experiencing any other side effects and appears to be adjusting fairly well to the prescribed dosage. Recommended pt. seek feedback from his colleagues regarding changes in mood and that he attempt to "self-evaluate" how he is feeling at specific points (mindfulness). Attempted an Emotion Exchange Meditation. Pt. was receptive, if somewhat anxious. He demonstrates excellent control over his thoughts and emotions. The Giving and Receiving goes well, though pt. notes some disorientation and feelings of being overwhelmed at the close of the Exchange. Pt. seems receptive to further Exchanges. Recommended pt. continue medication (Sertraline, 50mg) with regular visits to Dr. Gates. Pt. to continue counseling.
|COUNSELOR REPORT: SD 239310.04
Chythar Skyfire gives an initial impression of a model Starfleet officer. His appearance is clean and his posture is confident. He responds appropriately to social gestures and cues, despite a previous diagnosis of mild autism. His mood is optimistic, though it is clear he harbors traumas in his past. He shows signs of depression and anxiety, understandable given what he has been through over the last few months (year). He demonstrates a strong command of his emotions and is able to acknowledge those feelings without allowing them to control him. Memory and cognition are good overall with minor long-term memory difficulties, perhaps due to low-grade concussions from the multiple explosions he has been caught in. During the consult, he mentioned a developing romantic relationship that seems to have had a positive effect on his disposition and mood. Pt. notes that he is not taking any medications regularly at this time. Pt. reports previous difficulties with hallucinations and hearing voices as well as previous abuse of neural suppressants and painkillers, though he states that these past issues do not impact his ability to perform his duties. Pt. expresses no suicidal thoughts or desires and has no thoughts of harming himself or others. Pt. states that his sleep and eating patterns have improved since visiting family. He has a strong support system in both his personal and professional lives. An alternate location for sessions would be beneficial in that it would allow the pt. to feel more in control of his surroundings. Recommend continued counseling as well as pt. begin Sertraline (Zoloft) 50mg for depression, anxiety and autism issues. Referred to Dr. Isaac Gates, Psychiatrist, for medication management.
|COUNSELOR REPORT: SD Multiple|
|COUNSELOR REPORT: SD 239012.15
|COUNSELOR REPORT: SD 239008.18
NOTE: Feels he has gotten on Dr. MacLaren's bad side. Will keep an eye on the situation for any developments.
|REV SD 239511.01|