Patient Record: Llewellyn "Mon" Sandros

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Post  Sana on Wed Aug 15, 2012 6:59 pm

Name: Llewellyn 'Mon' Sandros.
Gender: Male.
Species: Human.
Age: 35; thirty-five.
DOB: 10/31/1977
Height: 6'10"
Weight: 200 lb

Sadistic Personality Disorder. Sadistic personality disorder is also a controversial addition to DSM-III-R. It is in the appendix of DSM-III-R. Persons with this personality disorder show a pervasive pattern of cruel, demeaning, and aggressive behavior, beginning in early adulthood, that is digressive behavior, beginning in early adulthood, that is directed toward others. Physical cruelty or violence is used to inflict pain on others and not to achieve some other goal, such as mugging someone in order to steal. Persons with the disorder like to humiliate or demean people in front of others and usually have treated or disciplined someone unusually harshly, especially children. In general, sadistic personality or supposed to derive sexual arousal from their behavior.

Cluster B Personality Disorder (Antisocial, borderline, histrionic, narcissistic. Also known as counter-social personality disorders.). Cluster B personality disorders are those that include symptoms of dramatic or erratic behaviors. While Mon does not display any symptoms of histrionic personality (The need for constant attention), he does display rather wide symptoms of the other three classified disorders. Cluster B personality disorder is specifically a pervasive pattern of disregarding and violating the rights of others. This includes: lack of conforming to laws, as evidenced by repeatedly committing crimes, repeated deceitfulness in relationships with others, such as lying, using false names, or conning others for profit or pleasure, failure to think or plan ahead (impulsivity), tendency to irritability, anger, and aggression, as shown by repeatedly assaulting others or getting into frequent physical fights, disregard for personal safety or the safety of others, persistent lack of taking responsibility, such as failing to establish a pattern of good work habits or keeping financial obligations and a lack of feeling guilty about wrong-doing.

Psychopathy. Disregards the life and rights of everyone and anything, and doesn't feel emotion to the same level as a normal person might, and often imitates these emotions and feelings to give the appearance of fitting into a normal social society. 'Psychopaths have a total lack of empathy and remorse, and have very shallow emotions. They are generally regarded as callous, selfish, dishonest, arrogant, aggressive, impulsive, irresponsible, and hedonistic.' (Taken from Wikipedia.)He suffers from both Factor One and Factor Two psychopathy; personality aspects of psychopathy (aggressive narcissism) and behavioral manifestations. This includes: Glibness/superficial charm, grandiose sense of self-worth, pathological lying, cunning/manipulative, lack of remorse or guilt, shallow affect (genuine emotion is short-lived and egocentric), callousness; lack of empathy, failure to accept responsibility for own actions, need for stimulation/proneness to boredom, parasitic lifestyle, poor behavioral control, lack of realistic long-term goals, impulsivity, irresponsibility, juvenile delinquency, early behavior problems, revocation of conditional release, promiscuous sexual behavior, many short-term marital relationships, criminal versatility and acquired behavioral sociopathy/sociological conditioning (relying on sociological strategies and tricks to deceive). Should he ever be tested for this particular personality disorder, he would rate as an 8-9/10 on a severity level. He is highly dangerous though does not usually exhibit signs of psychopathy, it is often easy to trust him and inevitably believe that he is a 'normal' person. He is a master of disguise and illusion, and knows how to convince people that there is nothing going on in that sick little head of his. He knows how to act emotion, however that necessarily doesn't mean he feels them; there are only a few baser emotions that can slip through that masterful facade. It is likely that most characters will never see the true side of him.

Wendigo Psychosis. The term “Wendigo psychosis” refers to a condition in which sufferers developed an insatiable desire to eat human flesh even when other food sources were readily available, often as a result of prior famine cannibalism; Wendigo psychosis is identified by Western psychologists as a culture-bound syndrome, though members of the aboriginal communities in which it existed believed cases literally involved individuals turning into Wendigos.

Clinical Lycanthropy. Defined as a rare psychiatric syndrome that involves a delusion that the affected person can transform into, has transformed into, or is a non-human animal.

Biography: Mon's past is relatively unknown, though it is assumed that he grew up in a household filled with constant physical, mental and sexual abuse from a young age. Believed to have killed and dissected animals such as squirrels and house hold pets out of morbid fascination. Got into minor trouble a lot with vandalism and stealing from shops, though nothing really came of it. Had gone to the young offender's institute for most of his childhood and teenage life, but it only seemed to make him worse. By the age of 19 he had committed his first murder, where he had been an arguement with another man and promptly stabbed him to death. Being inexperienced he was caught and sentenced to a ten year prison sentence, which he released from early due to good behavior and believed to have conformed to normal society. It would be a couple of years until he was caught next, but after careful examination it was determined that he had honed his killing abilities and managed to kill without getting caught. His victims would usually show dismembered limbs and head, organs displaced and sometimes eaten, along with other parts of the body. Often the sexual organs were mutilated, assumingly while the victim in question was still alive. When he was taken in for questioning, he attacked and bit out the throat of his questioner, who eventually died in hospital hours later. He was sentenced to another sentence, this time a life sentence. He would often cause trouble in the prisoner, getting into fights with other prisoners and was usually associated with the deaths of other inmates. After a short reign of terror he was re-assessed and deemed mentally unstable and unfit for society, where he was taken off to East Haven Mental Institute for his hopeful, but bleak, return to society.

Medical History: No known medical or dietary allergies. Doesn't have a history of drug or alcohol abuse; appears to be relatively clean in that respect. Had been prescribed medication for PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) in the past.

Has the patient been referred by a court ruling?: Yes.
If so, Why?: Court ruling has assessed him as innocent due to insanity, and has referred him onto a mental institute after he was give a full psychological assessment.

Has the patient been previously diagnosed with any mental or health illnesses?: Mentioned above.

Has the patient been known to harm them self or others (or both)?: Both. Shows sadomasochistic tendencies, as well as cannibalism there is a real risk of auto-cannibalism.

Privileged Patient? No

Current Medications?: None

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