Emotional state refers to the part of the mental status examination that assesses the client’s affect and mood . Affect is the client’s current, prevailing feeling state, as in happy, sad, joyful, angry, depressed, etc., and may also be reported as constricted or full, appropriate or inappropriate to content, labile, flat, blunted, exaggerated, and so forth. Mood represents the long-term, underlying emotional well-being of the client.
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