Dylan Walz has been bought to the mental health unit for assessment. He is accompanied by a work colleague. Dylan presents as a tall, slim man, who looks his stated age. His hair is short and it is evident that he has not shaved for several days. His work clothes are slightly soiled and he is wearing black boots. He mostly gazes downward towards his feet, making eye contact sporadically with staff. Documents: 1. The following information is from the letter that was sent to the Mental Health Unit by the GP. Dear Doctor, Thank you for seeing 26 year old Dylan Walz. Dylan has been to see me on several occasions this past two months requesting a sick certificate for time off work because he has not been able to sleep. He says that he is not able to sleep because of noises in the ceiling. He says sometimes the noises are like scratching and other times he hears muffled voices. He has not wanted to use medication to assist with sleep. I have noted a slight weight loss but can find no organic cause. He reports that he is concerned by poisons that might be in the food and prefers to eat canned food. At his last visit I noted his mood was euthymic and affect blunted. He denies illegal drug use and reports he doesn’t drink alcohol. He says he likes his job at Coles and feels they are the only people he can trust. Regards, Dr Jean General Practitioner.