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A 28-year-old male asked:

do the results of the mcmi and mmpi tests get mailed to the social security disability benefits office? i accidentally put down not paranoid bc coping

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Dr. David Hoffman
Clinical Psychology 21 years experience
Psych Test Results: The results of any such devices should be interpreted by a psychologist and reviewed with you before being provided to any outside party. Results should always take into account the whole picture of your situation and one answer here or there should not make a difference in the overall results, but recommend you approach the test giver and make sure to get feedback on your results. Good luck!

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A 41-year-old member asked:

How long do disability payments last for someone who is a paranoid schizophrenic?

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Dr. John Benson
Psychiatry 41 years experience
How long: disability: How long to receive disability on the basis of a mental disorder varies from state to state. In my california, the social sec. Or "ssi" office is seriously backed up, and my patients wait anywhere from 2 months [on the "fast" side!] to 2-5 years, once you go thru appeal process. The more evidence, old records, reports u can give ssi, the better. Schizophrenia, serious illness lesser time maybe.

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Last updated Sep 28, 2017

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