DSHS Form DSHS 13-865 Psychological / Psychiatric Evaluation - Washington

Form DSHS13-865 is a Washington State Department of Social and Health Services form also known as the "Psychological / Psychiatric Evaluation". The latest edition of the form was released in August 1, 2018 and is available for digital filing.

Download a PDF version of the Form DSHS13-865 down below or find it on Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Forms website.

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CLIENT’S NAME
DATE OF BIRTH
CLIENT ID
Psychological / Psychiatric Evaluation
This form must be typed or completed using word processing software in order to be eligible for reimbursement.
Attach all testing documentation, including sub scores.
A Mental Status Examination, following 13-865 Guidelines, must be attached.
Please ensure you are using the current version of the form, located here.
A. Client Information
Impairment / symptoms claimed by client:
Records reviewed:
B. Authorization to Release Information
I authorize
to release the following information regarding my condition to the Department of
EXAMINING PROFESSIONAL’S NAME
Social and Health Services (DSHS). This release includes the contents of this evaluation as well as diagnostic testing or treatment
information concerning mental health, alcohol or drug use, sickle cell disease, and sexually transmitted disease, including HIV/AIDS
(Chapter 70.02 Revised Code of Washington (RCW)) (42 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part 2).
An authorization was obtained by a separate release of information consent form, DSHS 14-012.
CLIENT’S SIGNATURE
DATE
C. Clinical Interview
1. Psychosocial History:
2. Medical / Mental Health Treatment History:
3. Educational / Work History:
4. Substance Use History (include any current substance use disorder diagnosis and related symptoms in Sections D and E):
5. Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (include a description of the client’s activities and routines on a typical day):
6. Other:
D. Clinical Findings
1.
List all mental health symptoms that affect the individual’s ability to work:
SYMPTOM
DESCRIPTION (INCLUDE SEVERITY AND FREQUENCY)
E. Assessment / Diagnosis
1.
List each applicable diagnosis from the current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and describe how it is
supported by available objective evidence:
DIAGNOSIS
ONSET DATE
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CLIENT’S NAME
DATE OF BIRTH
CLIENT ID
Psychological / Psychiatric Evaluation
This form must be typed or completed using word processing software in order to be eligible for reimbursement.
Attach all testing documentation, including sub scores.
A Mental Status Examination, following 13-865 Guidelines, must be attached.
Please ensure you are using the current version of the form, located here.
A. Client Information
Impairment / symptoms claimed by client:
Records reviewed:
B. Authorization to Release Information
I authorize
to release the following information regarding my condition to the Department of
EXAMINING PROFESSIONAL’S NAME
Social and Health Services (DSHS). This release includes the contents of this evaluation as well as diagnostic testing or treatment
information concerning mental health, alcohol or drug use, sickle cell disease, and sexually transmitted disease, including HIV/AIDS
(Chapter 70.02 Revised Code of Washington (RCW)) (42 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part 2).
An authorization was obtained by a separate release of information consent form, DSHS 14-012.
CLIENT’S SIGNATURE
DATE
C. Clinical Interview
1. Psychosocial History:
2. Medical / Mental Health Treatment History:
3. Educational / Work History:
4. Substance Use History (include any current substance use disorder diagnosis and related symptoms in Sections D and E):
5. Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (include a description of the client’s activities and routines on a typical day):
6. Other:
D. Clinical Findings
1.
List all mental health symptoms that affect the individual’s ability to work:
SYMPTOM
DESCRIPTION (INCLUDE SEVERITY AND FREQUENCY)
E. Assessment / Diagnosis
1.
List each applicable diagnosis from the current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and describe how it is
supported by available objective evidence:
DIAGNOSIS
ONSET DATE
PSYCHOLOGICAL / PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION
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F. Medical Source Statement
Severity Ratings:
“None or Mild” means no significant limitation on the ability to perform the activity.
“Moderate” means a significant limitation on the ability to perform the activity.
“Marked” means a very significant limitation on the ability to perform the activity.
“Severe” means the inability to perform the activity in regular competitive employment or outside of a sheltered workshop.
Rate the following basic work activities based on the individual’s ability to sustain the activity over a normal workday and
workweek on an ongoing, appropriate, and independent basis.
1. Basic Work Activity:
Severity:
None
Severity
or Mild
Moderate
Marked
Severe
Indeterminate
a.
Understand, remember, and persist in tasks by following
very short and simple instructions ..............................................................
b.
Understand, remember, and persist in tasks by following detailed
instructions .................................................................................................
c.
Perform activities within a schedule, maintain regular attendance, and
be punctual within customary tolerances without special supervision .......
d.
Learn new tasks .........................................................................................
e.
Perform routine tasks without special supervision .....................................
f.
Adapt to changes in a routine work setting ................................................
g.
Make simple work-related decisions ..........................................................
h.
Be aware of normal hazards and take appropriate precautions .................
i.
Ask simple questions or request assistance ..............................................
j.
Communicate and perform effectively in a work setting .............................
k.
Maintain appropriate behavior in a work setting .........................................
l.
Complete a normal work day and work week without interruptions
from psychologically based symptoms.......................................................
m. Set realistic goals and plan independently .................................................
2.
Rate the overall severity based on the combined impact of all diagnosed mental impairments.
Overall Severity Rating ..............................................................................
G. Substance Use
1.
Are the effects on basic work activities primarily the result of a substance use disorder?
Yes
No Please explain.
2.
Would the effects on basic work activities persist following 60 days of sobriety?
Yes
No If no, how would they change?
3.
Is a chemical dependency assessment or substance use treatment recommended?
Yes
No
H. Prognosis / Plan
1.
Duration (length of time the individual will be impaired with available treatment):
months.
2.
Is a protective payee recommended due to mismanagement of funds?
Yes
No
3.
Would vocational training or services minimize or eliminate barriers to employment?
Yes
No
Partially
Please explain.
4.
Additional treatment recommendations:
PSYCHOLOGICAL / PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION
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The information you provide may be released to the individual you evaluate and is subject to Washington State Public
Disclosure laws.
NAME AND SPECIALTY OF EXAMINING PROFESSIONAL
Return this report to:
TELEPHONE NUMBER (INCLUDE AREA CODE)
STREET ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP CODE
EXAMINATION DATE
TESTING DATE (IF DIFFERENT FROM EXAMINATION DATE)
EXAMINING PROFESSIONAL’S SIGNATURE* / TITLE
DATE
Mental Status Exam
Part 1. Observation Detail: Complete each category below for all clients.
A. Appearance:
B. Speech:
C. Attitude and Behavior:
D. Mood:
E. Affect:
Part 2. Additional Detail: If not within normal limits in each category below, provide observation detail.
A. Thought Process and Content; within normal limits?
Yes
No; if no, provide detail below:
B. Orientation; within normal limits?
Yes
No; if no, provide detail below:
C. Perception; within normal limits?
Yes
No; if no, provide detail below:
D. Memory; within normal limits?
Yes
No; if no, provide detail below:
E. Fund of Knowledge; within normal limits?
Yes
No; if no, provide detail below:
F. Concentration; within normal limits?
Yes
No; if no, provide detail below:
G. Abstract Thought; within normal limits?
Yes
No; if no, provide detail below:
H. Insight and Judgment; within normal limits?
Yes
No; if no, provide detail below:
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