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Take the following Beck Anxiety Inventory and then review the scoring sheet. (*If you do not feel comfortable sharing your score or results, there is no need to disclose your score or personal information on the discussion board.) You can simply share your viewpoints after taking this anxiety assessment (15 points). • Download the CAM (SSF) suicidal assessment in the Course Content. Share your ratings from items 1 to 6 based on the case scenario of Anita and share your rationale for rating each of the six items (15 points). You are a counselor at the TAMUK clinic. A student, Anita, came to you and told you that she has been feeling anxious, stressed, and depressed after the winter storm hit Texas. Her house was flooded due to burst pipes in the ceiling. She experienced power and water outage for five days under the freezing point of a single degree. She did not have money to repair the house. She felt angry that her insurance did not cover flooding damages. She had no appetite and experienced insomnia after the winter storm. She did not know how to deal with her life challenges and school assignments. Her depression further affected her job performance. She lost her job last week. She thought about cutting herself, but she was afraid of seeing blood. She has suicidal thoughts, but she did not think she would take any action to kill herself.