CLICC – “Top-Most Concern” Clinicians are then asked to choose one primary concern (i.e., the top concern) per client. This graph illustrates the frequency of each concern as the primary concern for clients during the 2016-2017 academic year (N= 59,208).
Physical abuse/assault (victim) Psychotic thoughts or behaviors Addiction (not drugs or alcohol Racial, ethnic, or cultural concerns Gender identity Sexual orientation Self-injurious thoughts or behaviors Sexual concern Sleep Harassment/emotional abuse (victim) Legal/judicial/conduct Health/Medical Social isolation Perfectionism Drugs Obsessions or compulsions Career Anger management Attention difficulties Alcohol Identity development Suicidality Sexual abuse/assault (victim) Eating/body image Other Self-esteem/confidence Trauma Mood instability Adjustment to new environment Academic performance Grief/loss Interpersonal functioning Family Stress Relationship problem (specific) Depression Anxiety Concern
Religion/spirituality Pregnancy related
Stalking (victim) Discrimination None Financial Violent thoughts or behaviors towards others
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