Discussion 1: Mood Disorders and the ClientAlthough you may have experienced intense sadness or overt happiness within a given situation chances are these emotions were not long-lasting. Research has shown diagnoses of mood disorders highlight two specific factors: severity and consistency. Clients suffering from mood disorders may also present a variety of chronic maladaptive thoughts such as suicidal ideation and behaviors such as suicide attempts. Although suicidal ideation and suicide attempts may be associated with particular disorders they are not specific to one disorder or another.For this Discussion you apply your knowledge of the DSM to the client case study located in the Learning Resources. Think about your rationale for this diagnosis. Also consider client risk factors for suicide.With these thoughts in mind:Post by Day 3a diagnosis of the client in the case study. Then explain your rationale for assigning on the basis of the DSM. Finally explain whether this person isat riskfor suicide and how you might specifically assess them for suicide. Justify your response with client data and the current literature.Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the Learning Resources and current literature. American Psychiatric Association. (2013).Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders(5th ed.). Arlington VA: American Psychiatric Publishing.o Depressive Disorderso Bipolar and Related Disorderso Considerations of Medical ConditionsParis J. (2015). The intelligent clinicians guide to the DSM-5(2nd ed.).New York NY: Oxford University Press. Chapter 9 Bipolar and Related Disorders Chapter 10 Depressive DisordersBondi M. W. (1992). Distinguishing psychological disorders from neurological disorders: Taking Axis III seriously.Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 23(4) 306309. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Neblett E. W. Jr. Hammond W. P. Seaton E. K. & Townsend T. G. (2010). Underlying mechanisms in the relationship between Africentric worldview and depressive symptoms.Journal of Counseling Psychology 57(1) 105113. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Wang J. Keown L. Patten S. Williams J. Currie S. Beck C. & … El-Guebaly N. (2009). A population-based study on ways of dealing with daily stress: Comparisons among individuals with mental disorders with long-term general medical conditions and healthy people.Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology 44(8) 666674. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Baskin T. W. Wampold B. E. Quintana S. M. & Enright R. D. (2010). Belongingness as a protective factor against loneliness and potential depression in a multicultural middle school.The Counseling Psychologist 38(5) 626651. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Good G. E. Schopp L. H. Thomson D. Hathaway S. Sanford-Martens T. Mazurek M. O. et al. (2006). Masculine roles and rehabilitation outcomes among men recovering from serious injuries.Psychology of Men & Masculinity 7(3) 165176. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Heckman C. & Westefeld J. (2006). The relationship between traumatization and pain: What is the role of emotion?Journal of Family Violence 21(1) 6373. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Meiser B. Mitchell P. McGirr H. Van Herten M. & Schofield P. (2005). Implications of genetic risk information in families with a high density of bipolar disorder: An exploratory study.Social Science & Medicine 60(1) 109118. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Rabinowitz F. E. & Cochran S. V. (2007). Men and depression: Implications for counselors.Counseling & Human Development 40(1) 111. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Snowdon J. (2013). Should psychomotor disturbance be an essential criterion for a DSM-5 diagnosis of melancholia?.BMC Psychiatry 160(13).Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.