Case study of an Adolescent girl
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A 16 year old School-going child was referred for career counseling associated with deficits in intellectual function confirmed by clinical assessment and intelligence testing. She has difficulties in social emotional reciprocity and restricted repetitive patterns of behaviours and activities. She has expressed persistent anger and irritability between out bursts.