Assessing Anxiety in a Nonbinary Adult

by | Feb 26, 2024

Patient Name

Jax King

Reason for Visit

Jax (they/them/theirs) is a 19 year old, presenting to the outpatient clinic with concerns regarding significant anxiety and panic-related symptoms. These symptoms have been bothersome and Jax is interested in learning more about treatment options.


This is an outpatient telehealth visit, and this patient’s first time seeing this provider.


Participants have 30 minutes to conduct this visit.


  1. Screen for and identify anxiety-related disorders in nonbinary young adults
  2. Develop differential diagnoses for nonbinary young adults experiencing anxiety-related disorders
  3. Discuss treatment options for nonbinary young adults with anxiety-related disorders.


There will be verbal feedback with the SP following the visit.

Who Should Participate?

Created for nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians, but beneficial for all providers


Brayden Nicole Kameg, DNP, PMHNP-BC, CARN, CNE

Dr. Brayden Kameg currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Nursing in the Department of Health and Community Systems, where she coordinates the psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP) program.

Clinically, Dr. Kameg is co-founder and co-owner of a private practice, Peace of Mind Psychiatry, where she treats patients across the lifespan. Her expertise lies in the treatment of substance use disorders, and in working with special populations including gender-diverse individuals, people of childbearing age, and children and adolescents.

She is the founding program director of a PMHNP residency program at the Veterans Administration Pittsburgh Healthcare System, where she sees patients on an inpatient basis and in the addiction psychiatry program.

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