Read the next part of the case study and then answer the question below.
Which of the following statements about Donna do you think are correct?
Select the best option from the answers below, then submit.
Not quite right.out of correct.
Not quite right.Correct answers: out of Incorrect.
Score: out of
A. Incorrect. It's hard to know at this stage how much is going on - Donna is clearly struggling.
B. Incorrect. Although there are a number of issues together, it is not an emergency.
C. Incorrect. Donna is clearly distressed and needs some support- try to be empathic rather than judgemental or critical.
D. Correct. Donna has made a start by coming to see you and you need to build up trust. It is clearly too much for the flatmates to deal with alone.
You manage to arrange a meeting with Donna. She's reluctant to meet with you and you fear that she may not turn up.
When she does, she is initially listless. You tell her that you're pleased that she came and eventually she opens up. She tells you about how she feels following the break up with her boyfriend and starts to cry. She tells you that she cries all the time and only drinking and going out makes her feel better. She tells you that she's finding it very hard to concentrate on her course assignments and has missed some of her recent lectures. She says that she often wakes up in the night having dreamt that she's forgotten to revise for her end of year exams.