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Shane Moffitt

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Post by Guest on Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:30 am

-Patient Admission Form-

Please use blue or black ink when filling out this admission form. Additional information from all but the patient must be initialed by the author. Please answer all questions to the best of your ability. For further information or guidance, please contact a member of St. Christina staff at the number provided in our guide brochure.
Shane Moffitt 2ec0p4p

I'm Tanya Johnson, Shane's case worker, and I'm going to add to his comments, as at times he can be vague about things he doesn't want to discuss.

Patient Full Name: Moffitt, Shane

Age: 15
DOB: 4/14/1996
Gender: Male
Address: 110 Fredonia Street
City: Grand Rapids
State: MI
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Height: 5’4”
Weight: 125 lbs
Eye Color: brown
Hair Color: brown
Distinguishing Marks:

Medical History:

Please list any and all allergies and age of onset below:

Are you aware of any ongoing medical issues?:

If yes, list age of diagnoses by medical professionals, or age of onset below:

If you are receiving treatment for an ongoing medical complaint, please list prescriptions, strength of dose, frequency of dose, and other treatment plans below:

Do you smoke tobacco, consume alcohol, or use street drugs? If yes, please list number of packs per day, number of drinks per day and/or names of consumed drugs below:
I’m homeless. That makes me very vulnerable as is. Why would I do something that would make myself even more vulnerable?! I haven’t survived this long by being stupid.
Urinalysis when he was returned to the group home showed Shane was clean.


Psychiatric History:

Have you been diagnosed with any psychiatric issues? If so, please list diagnoses and age of diagnoses below:
He was diagnosed with RAD the first time he was taken into foster care, at 9. He was diagnosed with PTSD five months ago.

If you answered yes to the above, please list any and all prescriptions, including dosage and frequency of dosage, and other treatment plans below:
Shane was returned to his mother’s custody before because she lived with her mother who was a stable caregiver, and on the condition that she and Shane see a court-ordered therapist. She took Shane, but refused to go herself. Despite her being non-compliant, Shane was left in her custody. I was not his case worker at the time. That case worker has since retired.

Shane has been seeing a therapist once a week since being back in foster care.

If you answered yes to the above, please describe your feelings, symptoms, triggers and any incidents associated with the diagnoses, such as outbursts, suicide attempts or any other signs of non-typical behaviors, and approximate ages of incidents below:
I think it’s just me. I really can’t deny that it sounds like me, but I’m not convinced that it’s not just who I am.

I used to worry that I was a sociopath or something, because I don’t really FEEL much of anything. I mean, I care about people, but it’s like they’re all just temporary. Even the ones I’ve known for a long time. I don’t really trust anybody. I can’t rely on anybody else. And if I can, it’s only for a little while, until they’re not around. I used to think I just had a crap memory, because I can’t remember stuff like I probably should, especially the order that things happened in. One of my friends used to make fun of my “spidy-senses” because I’m ALWAYS aware of what’s going on around me...
Shane’s neglected to mention a few things. He has nightmares and insomnia. This is one of the main reasons I’m looking to find somewhere else we can put him—he wakes people in the group home up and when having a nightmare, he comes up swinging at anyone who tries to wake or comfort him—this is only until he’s fully awake, please understand. But he has punched and kicked quite a few people in his group home. He’s given them permission to wake him up by jabbing him with a broom handle “until its safe”. He also hoards food, which the home he's at is not thrilled about, as they already have a mouse problem.

Have you ever been hospitalized for these diagnoses? If yes, please provide facility name(s) and age of admissions and discharges as well as what diagnoses you were you hospitalized for, or what incidents lead to hospitalization:
No. I’ve had to talk to 2 shrinks. Thompson now, and that lady years ago. I don’t remember her name.
Elias Thompkins and Sondra Endicott, according to his records.

Are you aware of a history of psychiatric complaints in your family? If yes, please list family member(s), diagnoses, and how this affected you personally:
Bwahahaha! My mother is a fucking loon! But of course there’s nothing wrong with her—it’s everybody else! Nobody ever believed me! Nobody will do anything about her! Instead they want to put ME in a crazyhouse!!! How fair is that?!
After a court-ordered psych exam, Shane’s mother was diagnosed with Narcissitic Personality Disorder and depression. However, Shane is my concern.


Environmental History:

Are you aware of any complications during your birth? If yes, please explain below:
Does being born to a psycho count?
According to records, Ellen Panler, Ellen Moffitt at the time, had gestational diabetes which they had not been able to get under control.

Are you aware of any difficulties in development during your infancy, such as learning disabilities, speech impediments, etc? If yes, please explain below:
No idea, she lies so much.

Are you aware of any long term separation from your mother during your infancy? If yes, please explain below:
She was always around, unfortunately. But I doubt she did much. She doesn’t give a damn unless there’s an audience. My grandparents always took care of me.
In fact, records show that Ellen Panler living at eight different addresses during Shane's first 3 years, and applying for various aid programs, which would have required him to be living with her. Shane's earliest memories are of kindergarten, but he seems to have been in his mother's care early on.

Please describe the location and environment in which you grew up. Please list town and state, and what it was like and how this affected you:
Grand Rapids, Michigan. It’s fucking sucks. It’s full of pious, narrow-minded, little conservative cunts. The only reason I haven’t left town is that at least it’s familiar and I know where to find stuff and do have friends.
This is an example of Shane being willfully obtuse. While his grandmother was well, the house was well-kept and had food in it. As her illness progressed, Shane had to take over the cooking, and cleaning, as well as caring for her. Though his mother was living in the house, she did no cooking or cleaning. Nor had she helped out with the cooking, cleaning, bills, or caring for Shane.

Please describe your educational history. How were you in school, both as a young child and in later grades? How were your grades? Did you enjoy school? What was school socialization like? What were your academic strengths and weaknesses? Please answer below:
Silent. I rarely talked to anybody. I was in gifted classes and I was weird. God help me, my mother was always volunteering to go with us on class trips and shit. She loved to torture me. I got beat up a lot until I started fighting back. I think that was second grade. I just went berserk on Steve Murtland and Grant Michaels one day. After that they left me alone, or at least kept a distance. I started skipping after my grandfather died. And I stopped going altogether when my grandmother got really sick. I think they claimed I was homeschooled.
Shane has neglected to mention that he’s been trying to teach himself since leaving school. He reads A LOT. I believe he uses books as an escape. We’ve tested him and the only things he’s behind in are math and science. He’s STILL ahead of his age group in reading and English, in fact, he’s widened the gap.

Do/did you have many friends growing up? Do/did you have a best friend? If yes, please explain below:
A few. I was mostly a loner, but other picked on boys used to hang out around me. I didn’t like it. They were basically using me for safety rather than getting in fights for themselves. A few of them were alright, but a few of them I could barely stand.
Shane’s failing to mention the other runaways he was living with when he was picked up. I suspect he feels he’s betraying them by even considering not returning to the street. He’s mentioned several of them by first name to me—Kyle, Mac, Trish, Matt, Fiona—and he was very close to them. He doesn’t like talking about them. Fiona was his girlfriend.

Do/did you pursue any extra curricular activities or talents? If yes, please explain below:
Extra curricular means like through school but after hours? No. I had to come home straight after, because my grandmother thought if I didn’t I’d get in fights. Which I probably would have.
He was in a writing group, who of course had no idea that he was a runaway.

If sexually active, please list age of onset and sexual preference below. If not sexually active, are you aware of a sexual preference?:
I realized I liked girls just before I stopped going to school, so... 11? Melinda Giles. She had great, long blond hair. I hated school, but I wanted to go to stare at her. Realized I liked guys too about a year later. Maybe two years later. That was a little weird. I didn’t like HIM but I decided I did like guys. Just not him. Yeah, not a virgin. The porn is still floating around. He released it on the internet, that was how they caught him. Anyway, that’s ancient history. I’ve had two girlfriends, Deloris and Fiona, and a one real boyfriend, Jack. Del turned out to be crazy and just scared to be alone. Jack dumped me. I think I was really in love with him. Fiona... I’m kind of chickenshitting out on, because I haven’t seen her since I was picked up to testify against HIM, so... She’s probably moved on by now.
By “HIM”, he likely means Edward Tennessen.

Please explain a little about your overall life below. What circumstances do you feel have brought you to where you are now? How do you feel about those? Do you have any thing else to note about your life that you feel has had some bearing on your current situation? Please explain below:
Mother’s a psycho. Father’s a mystery. Raised by my grandparents. They were good parents. Grandmother got sick. Grandfather had heart attack and died. I had a weird thing where I just woke up somewhere else. Grandmother got worse. I had to take care of her and do what she used to do around the house. No more school. Grandmother died. Then everything got worse. I thought I needed money, so I did some scary stupid things. Thought I killed perv. Moved out and became homeless. Found out I didn’t need money so much after all, but still did stupid things at times. Got picked up by cops. Got beat up by asshole stepfather. Put in stupid group home. Fuck that shit, I can take care of myself. Porn on internet. APB. Hadn’t killed pervert. Got to see the inside of a courtroom. Back in stupid group home. This has been my abridged autobiography. The end.
I’ll try to give a less terse timeline.

Shane’s mother was unmarried when she had him, and, frankly, she taunts him with the knowledge of who his father was. She moved around frequently as she seems to have preferred moving to paying rent. She seems to have used Shane as leverage to be allowed to move back into her parent's home when he was 3-4 years old. It's hard to say, since Shane doesn't remember, his grandparents are deceased, and his mother, to put it tactfully, tells stories. From most of his childhood his primary caregivers were his grandparents. Though she did live there, his mother had a minimum interest or contact with him, according to his first case worker, and he was only left there because his grandmother was still there to take care of him. He had come to our attention when he was 9, the Monday following his grandfather’s death. He walked to school, and apparently kept right on walking one day. He was missing for 10 hours. When he was found, he was setting in someone’s backyard under a tree. He told the homeowner that he lived there and that his name was John. The police determined his identity easily enough, but he continued to claim his name was John for another 2 hours, until the end of the physical exam, when reunited with his grandmother when he broke down in tears. Either he was faking it, or he was in a dissociative fugue. He doesn’t remember. His mother’s mental state was attributed to stress and hysteria over his having gone missing, the house was clean enough, and foster care was only brought in because of the lack of physical cause for his mental state at the time of the disappearance. He and his grandfather had been very close, and the name of a grief councilor was provided but not ordered. We never checked up on it. He was never taken to a grief councilor.

Shortly after that incident, his mother married his stepfather. His stepfather was a divorced father of two sons, a maintenance man at the factory where his mother worked and had been discharged from the navy for his drinking problem. Records also show he owns 7 handguns. His ex-wife sited verbal abuse in her petition for divorce. She maintains that he would go into a rage and force her to take it. Shane says his stepfather either screams in his face “like a drill sergeant” or sits drinking, cleaning his guns, and glaring at him in the evenings. Shane has never met his stepbrother’s mother, but if Shane were lying, he could have learned about her accusations through them. Shane’s mother maintains that her husband isn’t abusive, and the stepbrothers vary between also denying it and refusing to talk about it. Neither stepbrother has mentioned telling Shane anything, though.

Shane’s grandmother had been diagnosed with cancer a year before her husband’s death. Over the following 2 years, his school attendance was hit-or-miss, with him rarely making a complete week. The school was aware of his grandmother’s illness, and was not as concerned as they might otherwise have been because he had been because he had been two years ahead of his age group in reading and history, and a year ahead in everything else except math, where he was at age level. He simply dropped back into his own age level. Looking at his school records shows that he was often doing almost none of his daily work, but simply doing well on tests. It was also during this time when his behavior changed from fighting to risk-taking and destructive acts. When they contacted her, his mother withdrew him from school and alleges to have homeschooled him. To be perfectly frank, the school seems to have been relieved he was gone. The inclusion of a student who was a periodic disciplinary problem in an accelerated class had been controversial with parents who saw it as a “reward”.

The second time foster care was contacted concerning Shane was by Hospice workers. They were concerned that he seemed to be his grandmother’s primary caregiver when they weren’t there. They were also greatly concerned about the condition of the house. It was not fit for habitation. His second case worker removed 10 year old Shane, his 1 year old half-sister, and his two step-brothers, ages 13 and 15 at the time. His grandmother was taken to Saint Mary’s Hospital, for 6 days, until the house was deemed acceptable. Shane has told me that he lied to that case worker and “told him what he wanted to hear” to go home; he was concerned that no one else would take care of his grandmother. Her “job” of cooking and cleaning had also fallen to Shane, which, he tells me, is why it’s “his fault” foster care stepped in.

Shane’s grandmother died a few days after his 12th birthday. Shane moved out of the house, into the attic of the family’s detached garage. He was expected to do the cooking and cleaning, but it was Ellen (by her own admission) who did the shopping. Without her mother to “make her” (as Shane puts it), she simply didn’t, or would spend the money on other things. Shane says it was then his fault when meals weren’t on the table. His second case worker noted bruises on Shane, but his mother maintains that Shane was going out and getting in fights. Actually, Shane admits to having gotten into a good number of fights after his grandmother’s death, just that some of the bruises were from his stepfather. He also admits to having stole things from the house and sold them, both for money to buy food and for money to use to run away. He says he also began panhandling and dumpster diving during this time. He says that the first time he resorted to prostitution was when propositioned while panhandling. He says he did it only rarely, and I believe him because he’s very frank about it. When Shane says he did “scary stupid things” he’s likely referring to an incident with a pedophile and child pornographer named Edward Tennessen who he met during one of those incidents. Tennessen paid Shane $200 “to make a movie”, after which, Shane says he had to hit Tennessen repeatedly with a lamp to get away from him. He wasn’t sure if he’d killed Tennessen or not.

After that incident, Shane moved out entirely. He lived in a series of abandoned factories and houses, often with several other runaways. His second case worker noted he was now missing. When Shane was 13, he was arrested for prostitution. He was dressed as a girl. He maintains that he was dressed that way because he was able to make himself look older with make-up and that “closet cases are safer than pedophiles”. He called his mother and stepfather, who bailed out him out. Shane says he called them because he had to, he didn’t want a pimp to bail him out, he was a part-timer and wanted to stay that way. Shane maintains that he was beaten up by his stepfather as soon as he got home but does not remember anything between the first punch and waking up in the hospital. He staggered into a corner shop and collapsed. He had a concussion, several teeth knocked out, 4 broken ribs, and numerous bruises. The police investigated his stepfather, but Shane’s mother insists that Shane left as soon as they got home. A time clock where he works shows he was punched in and a co-worker also alibied him. A neighbor heard the stepfather yelling, but didn’t see him, and the house is home (at least legally) to three teenage boys, two the stepfather’s sons from his previous marriage who do look and sound like him. The neighbor was unable to tell the stepbrothers and stepfather apart from a recording of them yelling. It was felt it was not a strong enough case to pursue. Shane, however, was placed in a group home. He ran away from there a few months later.

He would likely still be on the street if Edward Tennessen had not been arrested. Shane was identified easily enough: both were local and Shane had had a mug shot taken not long before Tennessen’s arrest. Tennessen’s lawyers insisted that it was not the same person as in the mug shot, so an APB was issued for Shane, to locate him to testify. He has. Tennessen was found guilty and the trial will be wrapping up in a few days. Shane is currently back in the group home (the same one actually). I hope to find a place that can help him before he bolts again.


Legal History:

Do/did you ever abuse controlled substances, including but not limited to prescription medications, street drugs or alcohol? If yes, please explain below:
Didn’t you already ask this up above? No I don’t use. Drugs are expensive, and I don’t have the spare cash. The smell of booze gives me twitch. It’s all just temporary anyway, so it’s a waste of money; when you come down, you’re still in the same shithole, just with less money.
Shane’s stepfather is an alcoholic. When Shane says “twitch” he means it triggers his PTSD, making him tense, anxious and jumpy. I’ve seen him have this reaction upon seeing his stepfather during the trial. He was forcing his breath to remain steady.

Have you ever been convicted of a crime? If yes, please list conviction, age of conviction and circumstances below:
I’ve been arrested but not booked.

If you answered yes to the above, please list sentences connected to these convictions below:
I was turned over to my mother. Charges were dropped because of my age I guess.

Have you ever knowingly committed a crime for which you were not convicted or sentenced? If yes, please explain below:
Oh, hell, yeah. When you’re obviously, visibly underage, there’s not many ways to earn money, even if you have a fake ID. My choice was really whore myself out, or sell drugs. For the most part, I dumpster dived and squatted. But every now and then, I needed money—people just don’t throw out things like bottles of Tylenol for when you’re sick, or boots that would fit me. And I couldn’t go charity places, or they’d report me. I don’t like panhandling. It’s time consuming and like waving a sign around that says ‘homeless and vulnerable, right here!’ I’d rather put on a dress and some make-up, and go do what I have to and be done with it. Less time spent doing something that draws attention to yourself, less risk.

And technically, I suppose squatting is trespassing. But I have to be somewhere, and if I literally slept on the streets, I’d be dead. Hell, just running away is illegal...


Personal Interview:

Describe yourself to the best of your ability in only five words:
Unlucky. Hated. Smart. Resourceful. Suspicious.

You come across a glass of water. The total volume of water in the glass constitutes half of its total capacity. Is the glass half empty, or half full? Explain your answer below:
Wouldn’t that depend on how full the glass had ever been? I mean, maybe that’s all the water there was.

If you could change only one thing in your life, what would it be, and why?:
I would bring my grandmother back to lif I’d make my mother I’d be an emancipated minor and be rid of all this shit.

How do you feel about your life and the things you have done in it, looking back? If you have committed crimes, how do you feel about those now?:
It was a stupid risk, I should have stuck to asking for spare change. I mean, I’m still young enough that I can do that and clean up, so why didn’t I?! And I really didn’t need the money at all, really—I know how to find food and shelter, I just wanted some spare cash in case of emergencies... It was high-risk and it paid off a few times, but then I crapped out.

What are your goals in life, and how do you feel those would be best accomplished?:
I try to keep my goals small and realistic. I hope to survive. I’ve learned how to survive on very little. I think ‘what I want to be when I grow up’ is something like a writer, because that’s something I could be successful at without formal education which I’m not likely to get...

Lastly, why have you chosen admission at St. Christina Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center, and how do you think this will help you toward your life goals?:
I didn’t choose you. You sent something to my social worker. And I don’t think I need help. I think my mother does, but she won’t even admit there’s anything wrong with her. I don’t want to be like her. I’m sure there are all kinds of things wrong with me. But I don’t think I really am that bad. But maybe if you have real classes and I’m sure I’m missing stuff. I try to educate myself—I read a lot!... And I know I overcompensate like a motherfuck. But when you’re starting as low as I am overcompensation is about your only hope for breaking even. I don’t know. This is probably a bad move that’ll get me labeled nuts for the rest of my life.


Patient/Guardian Signature:

    By agreeing to admission to our facilities, you hereby agree to abide by all rules and terms of service outlined in patient or resident handbooks, rules and codes of conduct. You hereby agree to waive your right to voluntary dismissal from our facilities until such a time as facility administrators sign paperwork for your release. You hereby agree to comply with facility staff recommendations, demands, or outlines for treatment. You hereby waive your right to informed medical consent before medication changes or medical procedures. You hereby agree to waive your right to hold GR Biotech and its Subsidiaries responsible for any personal harm or distress incurred during treatment. GR Biotech and its Subsidiaries reserve the right to add or amend these terms of service at any time.

Please sign and date below:

[list] Shane Moffitt 7/21/2011
    Tanya Johnson, case worker 7/21/2011

St. Christina Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center & St. Christina Medical Center are Subsidiaries of GR Biotech. All rights reserved ® 2011

Player Nickname: Shane Moffitt
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This application is currently pending. Below, you'll find the reasons for this pending notice. If you wish to continue the application process, please follow the points laid out below by a member of STC's staff.

  • Hello and welcome to STC! I'd just like to apologise for taking so long to get to this app, and to say that I think you have a great character here. That said, there's just one problem we have with it.
  • The diagnostic criteria for RAD requires sustained abuse or neglect at a young age. He had neither, since his grandparents cared for him. The neglect is what causes the RAD, and is absolutely required for diagnosis. I'd suggest some mention that the grandparents moved in with them (or vice versa) when he was somewhere around five, so the condition has the time to present before they get there, without requiring too much of a rewrite (I hope!).
  • One other minor thing, can you maybe take out the 'case worker’s note:' parts and let the blue stand on it's own to show who's written what? A note at the top of the app would be fine, you don't need to label every one.
  • Once again, sorry for taking so long.


Please reply to this thread once you have edited your application, to let us know, and a member of STC's staff will review your application again at our next possible convenience..

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-Patient Admission Approved-

Welcome to St. Christina's Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center. Your ward and room assignments can be found below, along with the name of your primary therapist. Please familiarise yourself with all patient handbooks and codes of conduct.

Building: Robertson
Wing: N/A
Ward: B
Room: 2
Bed: 4
Primary Therapist: Dr. Leslie Nakhimov

OOC Information: All information below this line is not known by the patient, but is available on the patient's file, viewable only by staff.

Study Group(s):

      Primary:Antisocial behaviours
      Psychiatric Issues


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[b]Patient Name:[/b] Moffitt, Shane
[b]Primary Study Group:[/b] Antisocial behaviours
[b]Primary Therapist:[/b]Dr. Leslie Nakhimov
[b]Building:[/b] Robertson
[b]Wing:[/b] N/A
[b]Ward:[/b] B


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[b]Note Contents:[/b] (Explain behaviour observations, patient actions, procedures, medication changes, disciplinary actions, medical reports, etc. here)

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[b]Other:[/b] (Optional extra notes here.)

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