Identify which diagnoses you ruled out (decided the diagnosis did not fit this patient) and which factors led you to rule out the diagnosis(es).

Read the assessment below. Diagnose this client using the qualifications from the current DSM-5. Give reasons for your diagnosis or diagnoses (there can be more than one). Be sure to defend the reason for your diagnosis thoroughly to receive full points. Identify which diagnoses you ruled out (decided the diagnosis did not fit this patient) and which factors led you to rule out the diagnosis(es). In summary, responses should be at least two pages and should include: 1. the diagnosis you decided on, 2. the reasons you decided on that diagnosis, 3. information about that diagnosis, 4. how to treat that diagnosis, 5. the diagnoses you ruled out, and 5. what factors made you rule them out. You should have at least one ruled out diagnosis.A young man was experiencing problems in his home life. He stated he was sad that he and his wife no longer engaged in sexual relations. He thought it was due to stresses they were both experiencing in the workplace and with their children at home. The young man said he was starting to avoid his wife to avoid having verbal fights with her. The stress and sadness was starting to effect his performance at work and was making him irritable “all the time”. When questioned further, the young man reported that their sex life had not been satisfactory for over a year. He reported he rarely had a full orgasm during sexual intercourse and now, “with all the stress”, was having difficulties getting erect. Overall, the young man reported his problems were affecting all aspects of his life.Diagnose the young man